Posts by RobbyDesigns

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RobbyDesigns says

First of all, you will be working via myself and may not communicate directly with my clients.
I am looking for a good WordPress designer/developer who has free time and can communicate via email and Skype when mutually available. This is for an upcoming paid job and more work will be available in the future – yeah I know you’ve heard that before, ‘5thSenseLabs’ will vouch that I am in a position to send work.

There may also be work developing website templates I design which we can sell in the main template stores including ThemeForest if you are interested.

Please reply here or via my profile comment form with a link to your ThemeForest portfolio, your age and your country, thanks.

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RobbyDesigns says

Just a quick reply for now as I have to go to the Hospital, my brother was rushed in, he’s not doing so good.

Thanks for all your replies, interested to see that JustHost offer this service as I am already with them and love their service (besides their pop-up’s when I log in to my control panel). I’ll have a better look at your replies tomorrow, sorry guys, thank you all .

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RobbyDesigns says

I was with Bluehost who let you buy one hosting account and add ‘add on domains’ and thus host many websites without redirection or masking etc, it’s as if you have a seperate hosting account for each website. The trouble is they are idiots and so I need another host that offers the same service, any recommendations?

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RobbyDesigns says

Virtually the same question as I asked earlier but with different people answering. Go figure ..

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RobbyDesigns says

Thanks everyone, it seems the only way to get a border inside an image on rollover is to try something like @Raspo’s link; trouble is I was looking to have inner borders on each of my portfolio images and with that amount of code for each image just to get an inside border I don’t think it’s worth the time/extra weight in my page(s). Also, there’s a quirk in my design anyway, even with a normal border the images fall out of their list placements (next to each other)..all in all I can’t be bothered. Another seemingly simple thing that is just too techy and boring :(

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RobbyDesigns says

Raspo – I tried that thanks but it doesn’t work.

Qwibbledesigns – thanks but that’s for normal borders (outside) which I am okay with.

Surprised only 2 authors on TF know how to do this. ?

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RobbyDesigns says

I have Googled for over an hour but still can’t find a plain English way to add an inner border to an image in CSS .   I want to use this to add an inside border on hover.

Here’s what I tried (it doesn’t work):

.list-1 li img:hover { border: 3px double #000; margin: -3px;}

Any ideas please?

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RobbyDesigns says

I submitted PSD business cards to GraphicRiver so I guess it’s similar, in the ‘Help’ file I’d deffo mention what fonts you used even if they are free or default so that the buyer knows if he/she needs to go hunting or not. Also, mention the url’s of any assets and whether the PSD is sliced or not; it’s a hot debate here but personally I never buy an unsliced PSD as working with slices is what I ammused to and don’t have time right now to learn a different method.

Also, I’d think about letting people know what you had in mind when you designed the PSD , for example, I designed a PSD (not for ThemeForest but it’s the same idea) and added a couple paragraphs about what I was thinking, for example ‘The top image would be a slider, the ‘Latest tweets’ would have a jQuery drawers effect, open the drawer and you’d see my latest Blog additions’...you get the idea.

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RobbyDesigns says

Surprised to see how few people use Chrome/speed dial extension, I love it. I guess you all stick with Firefox for the extensions ? (Chrome has similar extensions).

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RobbyDesigns says

You’ll need some knowledge of HTML and CSS to edit a template but I prefer CSE HTML Validator which lets you code, preview and check for W3C validation, it also checks spelllings….uh oh, I sound like a salesman.

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