This is why I stopped posting in ActiveDen, not because I don’t like Flash, but because I don’t like the community.
We’re all thankful you stopped visiting our forum. For everyone’s sake, please don’t break your policy again.Thread needs to be locked or deleted due to the bundle promotion.
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This is why I stopped posting in ActiveDen, not because I don’t like Flash, but because I don’t like the community. The opinions and advice here are so often clouded with useless, misinformed cruft.
When put between a rock and a hard place, it’s really sad to see the Flash community wriggling around like petulant children, rather than focusing on the positive and amazing things that can be done.
I don’t understand why this particular niche in the design and tech industry has still not matured.
Sweeping statements aside, there are of course many exceptions, so nothing personal.
It’s a long and varied path I’m afraid. I’d suggest starting by learning HTML + CSS at:
This is where most web designers learn and revisit for reference.
The IDE / text editor you use is fairly irrelevant. Dreamweaver is honestly no better or worse than a plain text editor for writing HTML + CSS .
For some full site build tutorials, and for more technical and server side stuff:
Unfortunately I don’t really think there is such a thing as an ‘all in one’ tutorial / place to learn the trade. Web design is a vast field, for example I have over 10 years experience in the realm and I’m constantly learning new things and re-inventing myself, so the resources to learn are scattered widely.
Is where you’ll want to head when you grasp the basics and start to begin seeing the need to fully develop your professional approach.
Hope that helps.
... I tried to include an example of my take, but the code exploded inside the pre tag into a complete mess.
You are of course completely correct, it is supposed to work with JS turned off. This will be a simple review oversight. You should take it up with support rather than posting to the forums though.
The slider has a related problem with FOUC (Flash Of Unstyled Content) anyway, which should really be fixed to begin with. Oddly I also noticed the reset.css is below most of the page specific CSS . Problems like these are really best forwarded to support for additional review.
Yep not a CMS yet… still clunky. Waiting for some improvements.
Can I ask what the problem with the 20th is?
If it happens once a month, it’s just as regular any way you look at it. Maybe there is some logical reason it should be earlier? Otherwise I don’t see it.
Browsers are generally backward compatible, even though an element might be deprecated it is still likely to render just fine. So you don’t really need to worry about IE9 support, because it shouldn’t be worse than IE8 and lower. At least, it’d be an incredible feat of stupidity if it was. Basically your sites should work fine in any future release of a browser.
I’ll always be using the best there is. If something better comes along, I’ll switch.
Right now it’s obvious which one is better, so why do we need these ongoing debates?