Very good idea! I assume he’s got a custom email address just for TF then?
You can use ”.length” or ”.size()” ... not ”.length()”
Clever, you’re using an image! Good idea!
Linky? Code? ... Can’t really help without a glimpse at the code
It will typically take less than 24 hours. Weekends are different; sometimes I review on Sunday, but don’t depend on this.
The update queue is checked every day – again, typically you won’t have to wait anymore than 24 hours.
Note that sometimes it may take up to 48 hours to review an item (as Jeffrey mentioned).
I don’t think this’ll benefit either party. -1
That’s pretty much it; it’s just a testing environment. I’ve seen people do pretty fancy things with it on their home network (intranets etc.) but it’s mostly just for testing.
There are levels of “breaking” that are acceptable – if the content is still visible and accessible then it will probably get approved.
Sorry for the VERY late reply.
First, let me say that I was very new to the reviewing process when confronted with blabus’ file and yes I did indeed see and review his file.
Here are some of my reasonings for not approving his file:
Also, It is available for free online:
The two components (mine and Blabus’) are only simiar in one way: the fact that they both are “scrollers” – other than that there is very little similarity between them; the techniques used are very different. And, I only started creation of my “handScroller” component YESTERDAY !
I’m not as shallow as some of your comments make me out to be.
People have an obsession with DIVs!
It’s not “Divs vs. tables”; it’s “semantic markup vs. tables”!