You “next objective” should be to improve your css as much as you can then start js, then using jQuery with it … After that move on to php and Wordpress. The world if your oyster.
Oh and no problem, happy to help.
You’ve come the to right place. The envato tutorial network is a great place to get started with sites like webdesign.tutsplus.com. Once you’ve picked up the basics you should head over to Lynda.com (sorry if I’m not allowed to mention them mods) and progress from there. You should also check out some of the files the tutorials marketplace has to offer.
Now you have your dream, follow it.
Before I switched back to chrome a couple of weeks ago I was having that problem as well. I would have thought apple would have fixed it by now.
Just found this. Looks great. Thanks!
Cool. I hope you enjoy it
Yeah I really like it. It’s got a good UI and is the quickest I have used (I have tested a few). You can also set it up as you like. Options for 2 finder windows on one … I haven’t really found any cons with it.
Here is how I set it up:
Then I drag and drop in from the finder.
I use Transmit.
You can install 3rd party apps. You just have to disable apple blocking them in the system preferences (I am running ML 10 .8)
System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Allow applications downloaded from Mac App Store and Identified Developers.
Hope this helped