Opinion on site
# December 13, 2012 at 12:29 pm
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@paulie_d I think it does fit, it’s just shot in portrait.
Here is a screenshot of what I’m seeing during loading on Firefox as well.
As soon as the video finishes loading, it fits properly in the container.# December 14, 2012 at 7:27 am
Wow… Not entirely sure what you did want to accomplish by posting this page here.
I think it work’s just the way ist supposed to work, but as we are on css-tricks right here. It kinda hurts my eyes and feelings.
– The HTML is as far away from a semantic-mockup as it gets.
– You use Gradient pngs even thought you already require a css3 compatible browser?
Also… As simple the layout may be, it kinda looks like its done in 1996 or something. Try focus on simpler layouts, avoid gradients, also avoid a big border-radius as it kinda looks gross.
Also I would go for ajax in terms of navigating throught the page.# December 14, 2012 at 8:59 am
> You use Gradient pngs even thought you already require a css3 compatible browser?
I’m sure the little kid knows this, he’s obviously making it cross browser compatible.
@SSchnitzler – you say there is no seperate web for newbies. How do we improve if we don’t come to places like this and learn from what everyone else is saying. I thought I knew a lot but then I learned a hell of a lot more from watching Chris’ screen casts and visiting this forum regularly.
I bet you never got to where you are (assuming you’re good at what you do? You may not be…) without taking to websites like CSS-Tricks for feedback…# December 14, 2012 at 10:31 am
@watson90 – Sure I’ve asked for feedback and help.
Don’t treat me like the bad guy, its not like I said he sucks at what he does or something… I was just typing what I thought in terms of how to improve his project.
I just left out saying “hey its really good for your age” (which he is, no doubt about that). Because I think he knows that.
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