Anyway, if anyone would like to take a look, go to http://www.labusdesign.com/photography/index.html , and then click on any of the galleries. Then, click on a different thumbnail (other than the one already selected) and the error should be thrown.
P.S. the alert box is supposed to appear, I was using it for debugging something else and just haven’t removed it yet.
As we’ve said many times, yes – compensate for all browsers. For IE6 , we’ll let a few smaller inconsistencies slide through though.
Got it. And sorry, I’ve not really read these forums until now.
Unfortunately though, the problem isn’t access to the different IE browser versions, but my limited knowledge. I’ve already installed IE7 and spent hours trying to fix the issues, but I can’t seem to resolve them. Even things like me using an alert to look at the exact HTML code for a div (which is perfect), and then it still isn’t rendered correctly. I’m unfortunately not a seasoned veteran, but a self-taught (or rather, -teaching ) student.
However, what are the best forums you would recommend for html/css questions?
Looking through the themes, it seems like every single one is compatible with all of the browser versions listed in the sidebar on the right.
Would ThemeForest accept a theme that say, is compatible with everything except IE6 ? or some other browser? Because if it needs to be compatible with every browser to be accepted, it seems kind of silly that they list each of them individually on the details page.
It does seem that you’re more likely to have it accepted if it’s fully coded. Perhaps the reviewers look past some of the design flaws if the theme is well-coded, has nice features, etc. where as with a PSD template all of the criteria is solely for judging the design.
I have an HTML photography portfolio template that I’ve been working on, and it’s just about complete now. Unfortunately though, me being the idiot I am- I forgot that I had installed IE8 , and so the entire time I was developing it, I was testing on FireFox 3 and IE8 . So, it works perfectly in Safari 3, Firefox 3, and Internet Explorer 8.
So anyway, if someone would like to take a look at theses issues and help me fix them, I can pay you a percentage of every sale of the theme. I unfortunately don’t have any money I can pay up front right now, as I’m but a poor high school student.
Here’s the link (right now there are just a few sample images, so EXIF data shouldn’t come up for most of them), if you’d like to see (also, the code is all valid XHTML and CSS ):
Jack Johnson, of course (what, you mean people listen to other music when designing?)