Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by moberemk

  1. It's very Web2.0-ish, that's for sure. You'll want to validate your CSS-you have a few errors there, though you manage to comply with XHTML1.1 effectively, which is very good. I'm not too sure about the background colors of the tabs at the top though-the contrast between the bottom of the tab and the box beneath is really grating. And finally, on the side, you have a big, ugly, grey border on the items, particularly the header of your bookmark box. Also, bring down the brightness on your header links, and maybe rework the logo a bit. Outside of that, this is pretty good!
  2. That won't work. Just put an empty <div> tag with clear: both; at the bottom and the dates won't stick out. Your method requires a static design, which, this being a dynamic page, this obviously isn't. You can't just go off and say to use those positioning properties because, as you may notice, those require knowing exactly where it wants to be, which you simply can't for all those different ones.
  3. What didn't? I mean, if you used that alternate method in IE, I suppose that that may be why, because IE doesn't support the content property as of yet. If you're saying that the non-breaking space only clear: both; div at the bottom didn't work, then I don't really see why it wouldn't. I works fine when I look at it.
  4. What do you mean? Outside of the calendar, there are no tables. He is using CSS design for it. And it's not like IE doesn't support CSS widths and heights. Also, you don't validate at w3 schools, you validate at the w3c validator. Speaking of which, [a href=\"http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fhitech.lead2gold.org%2F\" target=\"_blank\"]here[/a]'s the link to your validation errors. You might want to clean those up, like he said.
  5. I would worry more about the errors that you are getting. You seem to be using properties that don't exist, like the scrollbar properties. Worry about those first.
  6. Interesting response, considering the fact that your navigation system there is hideously hard to use. Every time that I try to click a bubble, the bubble just jumps away. The idea behind the site might work, I suppose, but that doesn't fix the fact that your way of accessing it just doesn't.
  7. The testing server is there to (a) tell the computer where, if anywhere, you want to upload your files for testing (IE if you have an FTP server you want to put your files on to test your PHP scripts). It's also there for (b) telling the computer what your server model is.
  8. IE doesn't support auto as a margin property, unfortunately. While this may be fixed in IE7, don't count on everyone upgrading to see that. You'll just have to deal with the fact that in IE your site will be to the left.
    Also, as for coding in shorthand, I suppose everyone has their own tastes.
  9. It's bright red, orange, and black. The text tends to be hard to read. The site feels like it's screaming at me "I'm awesome! You should all come to visit me every day!" which it actually does (the google comment). Not to make you feel bad, but this is the first time that I've ever seen a website have an ego.
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.