@Spider: Agree, but I think you missed my point. I only wanted to say that cross-browsers isn’t enough, and use tables to layout pages is a prime example (it’s generally bad).
Because your markup is validated and renders perfectly across 99.9% of browsers doesn’t mean it’s definitely good markup.
e.g. table-based layouts can be validated and look good too.
... Just my $0.02
Not XAMPP but a similar one.
one member would have to be the paypal person, and would be in charge of then sending the other half to the second party…which brings trust issues…
Exactly what I wanted to say. Once you’re in a colab you should trust your partner, because if you don’t, then there’s no point to even join a colab in the first place. And other than this there really isn’t a problem.
I’m in one with a designer myself, we never had to talk about revenue twice. He takes care of all payments, put the products up… I just work behind the scene, do the coding.
Anyway, I’ve also been coding premium themes for wp for a while now, so anyone wants to go the premium theme way, hit me up if you want to talk ( this isn’t limited to ThemeForest )
Judging from your works I bet you’re pretty much one yourself kailoon
dxc381, looks like it has something to do with margin collapsing, you could try removing the margin-bottom of the content div.
Vertical padding doesn’t work on inline elements like “a”. You will need to apply a display:block; or in this case a float:left; to the anchors. There will probably be a few other things need to be changed, but this should get you on the right track.
I’m curious to know how this is going to work too. Generally wp themes with admin options will have different get_option(’’); , and if those are for categories/pages it’ll be quite difficult to show them with one generic demo wp installation.
Hmm… I think it’s because of the height: 80px; in the selectors .results_row, .results_row_alt
Should use height: 1%; instead (also to fix a IE6 bug).