Doesn’t work so good for me either, but I just used webkit inspector to dig it up manually. I think your jQuery is broken.
“TypeError: Result of expression ‘b(”.”+G).live’ [undefined] is not a function. – jquery.colorbox-min.js”
Looks good, have you thought about aligning the type with the type in the mark, letting the box extend outwards? Somehow I think that would sit better. Can I ask what the ‘Fi’ is representing?
Just to be a nitpick:
It’s HTTP (Web) vs FTP
Hehe, nice… man u guys are busy people.
Some people make bad choices. I’m not one of them.
Joost saidthat’s wrong.
The important thing with these kind of ‘hacks’ is always: how did the intruder obtain your password? I’m sorry to say that the problem nearly always exists between keyboard and chair – it’s highly unlikely that the system was somehow exploited.
username and password are sent clear text, a sniffer placed on any machine between author and envato server can record those data.
and you can do nothing about it.
I wonder why we can’t just solve this problem with HTTPS then. At least on the login page and author dashboard.
Your type horizontal centering is way off. Vertical centering is also not perfect either.
I don’t understand your first question.
The standard CMYK profile setup in all Adobe products is typically good for printers worldwide.
Imposition is almost always the printers business. I don’t think the files here need to be configured to account for varying setups, because this simply isn’t practical.
Give your paragraphs more breathing room, hierarchy and readability by increasing both the margin between paragraphs and the margin to the edge of surrounding edges/containers.
This will probably also require decreasing the image / pattern area rather than decreasing the type size.