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Tyler_K says

I personally wouldn’t worry about it. No matter what you do, if someone is intent on stealing your code… they’ll get it.

One option – although I’m not sure how this would fly with the powers that be – is instead of a live preview of the site, perhaps creating a walk-through video of how a user would navigate through the site. Highlighting the navigation, rollovers, text, images, etc…

But the amount of work involved in something like that probably would not be worth the effort just to keep a few bad apples from ganking your code.

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Tyler_K says

I’ve made 8 sales totaling $96 (woo! 1\5th of the way to exclusive :) ) my cut being 25% of that, not bad for a few hours of work on a Sunday.

I have three more templates that I look forward to putting up next month. I am also looking forward to seeing all the new themes from you guys!

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Only two problems I’ve noticed are onn the homepage I think when you click on a link to a form thread (in the list on the right) it should take you to the first post of that particular thread instead of the last post.

And when viewing someones portfolio the text tends to break through the bottom border if there is too much.

I’ve only tested these in FF3 \ PC

:)
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Tyler_K says

Welcome! :)

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Tyler_K says

I feel your pain! I personally tend to simplify it down to “a { outline: 0; }” in my CSS files :)

It definitely should be in everyone’s CSS file(s), especially if you’re doing something like a coda slider or using some other button that doesn’t cause a page refresh.

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Tyler_K says

Oh wow, another amazing article from Smashing! I don’t know what I’d do without Smashing, Sitepoint and Nettuts. :)

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Tyler_K says

I’ve been working with CMS Made Simple (cmsmadesimple.org) for awhile and I personally enjoy it. I just wish there was better documentation. But it’s very design independent which I like.

Has anyone used CMSMS and EE? How do the two compare to each other?

I’m interested in using EE for my next client project but I can’t bring myself to pay for it when there’s so many good free open source solutions out there :)

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Tyler_K says

Frog looks very simple to theme and develop for, my only qualm with it is that it doesn’t appear very client-friendly on the back end.

I would love to find a self-hosted solution that’s as customer friendly and easy to design for as speaklight.com or cushycms.com.

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Tyler_K says

haha yeah IE6 does blow, but inline-block definitely works in the regard that it allows you to add vertical padding to inline elements.

Although it does require some finessing. :)

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Tyler_K says

I know I’m incredibly late to the party here but I thought I would post my .02 anyhow.

If you ever need to add vertical padding to an inline element you can cheat it by using “display: inline-block;”, this way you won’t need to worry about dealing with floating the element.

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