Posts by DesignitTonight

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DesignitTonight says

I’m looking for some good Windows programs for writing. What’s best?

P.S: I really like the new site changes – good job Envato!

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DesignitTonight says
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DesignitTonight says

Not only what duotive said, but I used it for a client and it’s HORRIBLE trying to integrate it into a theme, plus it lacks a ton of features, the support is horrible, and overall it’s just bad.

I’d consider shooting my foot before coding for cart66.

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DesignitTonight says

Replied :)

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DesignitTonight says

Contact me via my profile page and I’ll send you an example of my work ;)

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DesignitTonight says

I mean RoR.

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DesignitTonight says

I know all 3 of these languages very well, and I’m making a Content Management System. I know, “not another!” but I’ve studied enough and I know I can offer what others don’t – don’t judge.

Anyways, so it comes down to wanting a simple to use for people who don’t know it very well. PHP is kind of out of the question because it’s really complicated, so really, Ruby or Python? Which is easier to understand for you? I know it also depends on how the underlying code is.

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DesignitTonight says

100% Chrome, until it’s time to test sites under development, then FireFox, Safari, IE, etc.

this ^

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DesignitTonight says

I wouldn’t do any of this while writing code simply because it makes it harder to maintain the code afterwards. I do think it is quite cool that browsers are becoming smarter at fixing “errors” like this.

They’re not errors – they validate perfectly fine, in HTML5 anyways. And even IE6 does this just fine, as he says in the talk. But really, do it however you like as long as it’s easy for you to maintain.

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DesignitTonight says

Where’s your portfolio? Even a developer should show his experience.

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