Wait a few minutes, I will need to upload it to my server.
1. It’s IE 9 so I assume it uses the IE 9 engine.
2. I’ve just checked the browser modes and it was in the standard IE 9 mode. The IE 7 mode and compatibility mode all show the broken layout, however the IE 8 mode looks good.
3. I use Firebug for Firefox and it works great but I do dislike the developer tool for IE 9 .
4. Ctrl+0 does nothing for me unfortunately.
Any other tips?
Please forgive me if a similar thread has already been opened. The problem is that I’m currently building a website and it looks good in Firefox and Google Chrome but the layout is broken in the awful Internet Explorer 9. The sidebar is positioned inside the content section and the navigation is also broken. I have been Googling for hours on how to get this fixed as I must admit that I’m somewhat of beginner so perhaps it could be a simple solution that I don’t know of.
I am currently unable to upload the files so please have a look at the screenshot below.http://i.stack.imgur.com/k8xsw.jpg
Please let me know what you guys think. Thank you!
EDIT : I wanted to post the code but it looks unreadable when wrapped in a <.code.> tag.
||+520918|yszy said-|| In my opinion design work is like one tenth or so in complex theme creation ;> good luck anyway
Then you don’t know a thing about webdesign.
Message sent but no reply as of yet. I’ll wait .
Yes, I most certainly do.
My name is Paul Victor and I am a graphic designer from the Netherlands. I’m currently looking to build a team of talented programmers who know how to handle (and finish!) a project in timely fashion. While I know the basics of HTML and CSS , I need help when it comes to WordPress.
I think it’s important to note that as a team, we should compliment each others skills and help or give constructive feedback when needed. Basically, you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours but no further!
I also think it’s fair to have a 50/50 percentage per project whether it’s a Wordpress theme, HTML /CSS theme or a plugin. Overall, the idea is to focus on WordPress theme development but also design, create some fantastic WordPress plugins and move this community forward.
I don’t really care what country you are from as long as we can work together on specific hours. Good communication is extremely important as time is invaluable but unfortunately very easy to waste and I really don’t want my time being wasted nor waste yours.
- You work daily with HTML , CSS, JQuery and WordPress and have extensive experience working with these languages. If you know any other programming languages than that , it would give you an advantage!
- You must know and understand what pixel-perfect actually is, which means that you have a keen eye for details (gradients, textures, dropshadows etc.), margins, paddings and know when to spot them.
- You must be reliable (that means you don’t go around abusing passwords!), ethical (don’t steal!), punctual (finish the job when you said you would!). Just a few suggestions, haha!
- You can work on your own and don’t need constant directions on what to do next.
- English must be perfect or near-perfect (at least for the theme documentations)
- If you’re already an established Themeforest author, GREAT ! That way you probably know what to do and what not to do when creating a WordPress theme.
- You must have experience creating or editing a WordPress framework.
So how will we be handling a team account? It’s simple. We create multiple accounts, one for each duo. This is how the teams will be divided for security reasons:Main Team
- Project 1 / Team Account 1 / WP-Themes
- Designer (me)
- Programmer (you)
- Project 2 / Team Account2 / WP-Plugins
- Designer (me)
- Programmer (another programmer)
I’m not looking for someone who wants to make a quick buck, this is intended for a long-term team membership. I’m trying to build a team so if you think you have these skills and would like to join a team of creatives, please send me a message with a link to your portfolio through my profile on Themeforest. Let me know what your strong and weak points are.
Various other works can be seen at my main portfolio www.paulvictor.nl/portfolio.
With best regards,
I must admit that I’m a beginner when it comes to programming but so far Google and the WP codex have been a huge help but I have been struggling for hours with the following problem:
I have purchased a theme from TF that I customized myself and so far so good. But then I wanted the post description on the homepage to be ‘cut-off’ by a Read More tag because the post description cuts the text off by words, not by sentences.
When I add the <
-!more-> tag to a post, it sometimes works depending on the point of the placement. Other times it simply disappears.
Again, since I’m a beginner I might be looking too hard and perhaps I’m overlooking the problem or if it’s an issue with the author’s theme. Could anyone please help me with this highly annoying issue?
P.S. I hope I’ve explained everything properly, if not I apologize!
People still watch this? LOL !