Posts by RobbyDesigns

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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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RobbyDesigns says

Hi Carlos, I have many years experience in editing website templates and can help you right away with affordable prices and professional work. Please contact me via my portfolio with a link to this post for further details.

Regards, Robby.

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RobbyDesigns says

Nice post; I get most of my work from people I knew as an Interior Designer, trouble is most of that work is NDA (secret squirrel) so I can’t put it in my portfolio.

+1 on Mark Dijkstra.

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RobbyDesigns says

I like that minimal speed dial, I will get round to making mine pretty one day…

I can understand a lot of people use Firefox for Dev work but for browsing I deffo recommend Chrome, it’s just my opinion but I love it. Loads of time-saving extensions, fast and it looks nice. I am a Designer more than a Developer so looking nice is most important to me – shallow huh.

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RobbyDesigns says
@RobbyDesigns I’m curious why you have a link to google on your speed dial?
- Do you not like typing into the Omnibox?
- Do you, like me, have problems when other people use your machine and keep entering google.com Just curious, Joel

Hi Joel, once I’ve launched Google Chrome I have no other way to get back to Google other than to hit the little ‘Home’ icon; for ease of use – and because I often open most of my speed dial links at the same time – I use a link to Google instead. I don’t share this computer.

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RobbyDesigns says

If you use Google Chrome you probably use ‘SpeedDial’ which shows your chosen links when you open a new tab, you can customise the images used by linking to images. Here’s my efforts, I’ll fix it up when I have more time….anybody else done this or am I alone like a Billy no mates?

hold on...

The DeviantArt logo is a custom job starting from a PSD freely available on DeviantArt (search for DeviantArt fella PSD ).

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