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I’ll sort it out :) @AvaEni
I have not used the plugin – but being it that it is a plugin is the author still active? Are there any details on the plugin page? It might be that someone could have given a fix for this already :D
what you want to do is make sure you have a position:relative; on a wrapper element, then position: absolute; the div you want off the page. Then when you use animate to pull it back into the place you want.
If you create the element as the last item in the wrapper div you will find that it will automatically be positioned above all the other items in the wrap without using z-index.
hehe looks great :)
The thing is – the people holding your dream job would probably have come the same route you have anyway. I think there is a rather large understanding that stuff hung on the wall and printed on paper means piratically nothing in this industry, and they people holding the jobs (that would actually be good coz they know what they are on about) know that. If you make an awesome CV/Portfolio proving your work – plus with your work experience, I doubt you would have a problem at all.
The only people who look for paper qualifications over experience in this industry are the ones who don’t know what HTML is and think that the IE icon is the interwebs window – and I can guarantee these people do not hold your dream job lol.
EDIT: I don’t think it’s a bad thing to do though at all :D It does show you are interested in what you are doing :)
haha @jamy_za yea. @import person I am sorry hehe
There is a performance hit with @import, but it is marginal – is better, but it is a personal choice thing and as long as you don’t have 50 style sheets importing you really wont notice. I normally have 3 at the most, a reset, fonts and layout.August 3, 2011 at 1:28 pm in reply to: I need to override an a:link color conflict with eBay’s style sheet. #84387
what I would try doing is us ID and Class selectors before your a:link
So like “li.class2 a:link”
ID’s are better as they hold more “selection weight” as to say.
I would guess Doc holds a few more details in the style.css – for example in WordPress you have a style.css that holds theme information – can also use @import to pull in other style sheets (I would do that too)
Yea – You can use CSS Transform for cool effects like that – best thing about the CSS transform is that in versions of IE and other non-compatible browsers it just dosen’t transform so it’s just not slanted :)
Firstly what are you trying to do – what do you want it to do. Don’t expect people to answer if you don’t give full and proper information.
Please expand on what you want help with.