I’m really shame since I’ve just found a simple CSS “ninja” move that I was missing after several years coding end developing xhtml/css/js…
Today I had to finish a few CSS fixes for an existing web page and one of them was to hide the last breadcrumb item. Since I know the :last-child won’t work in IE and since I’m using input[type=...] selector a lot, I decided to try a[title=”.....”] and it worked!
It’s really a very basic CSS move, but I decided to share it with u as someone esle might not know it yet.
You guyz just don’t get this straight. It’s the very new and modern “DIV-addict” coding, specially optimized for the brand-new-magic-IE9.
Only Chuck Norris (probably this programmer as well) can understand and code it.
Shame on you!
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Please, provide some contact details (e-mail?). Do you need only theme installation and setup? Most of the WP themes here are very well documented and u can do it yourself, unless u are just looking to hire someone to do it instead of you.
I must generally agree with rg, but for me it depends of kind of the project.
For CSS /xHTML 50-50 is just fine.
For WordPress Theme 60-40 will be the better deal as functional part is probably more important (excluding the cases when u have really unique catching design).
If interested – u can contact me via my profile page.
Sorry, just saw the title of the topic
Well, I don’t think there’s a way to do it only with CSS .
You can adjust it by JS. For example, with jQuery it will be something like this:
dd_height = $(“CSS selector for the dropdown box”).height();
$(“CSS selector for the button”).css(“top”, -height);
The e-mail was just sent.
Thanks everybody for replies, I’m still looking forward for good designers
I’m looking for a TF designer to collaborate with for Site & WP Templates! I also can help with the graphic part, but I think I’m not that good as a designer and my skills are more valuable at the coding process.
I’m linking some of my latest xHTML/CSS projects (in order to see example of my codding skills):
First and second one are TF PSD templates, coded by me 2 years ago.