Use an @media query for mobile browser size and apply overflow:hidden.
I you bought my CSS3 buttons, all you would have to do is upload the images and stylesheet and add classes to the links that are already there; “tall round button”.
“When are you going to hire some more reviewers?”
Note to self; speaking ones mind in order to get some resolution to a problem in public forums is “being aggressive” and the rest of the sheep agree. Dually noted.
Sorry, but I’m with lucky on this one. Enjoy your community.
Off-topic or not, I am pretty sure nobody would like to see personal vendetta threads here.
Dude seriously?? are you working on your Forum Superstar badge here?
This wasn’t a vendetta thread. I’m not out to get anyone… I promise… just trying to have conversations with other people without getting my conversations changed or cutoff… I’d thought other members would care… apparently not enough do… so I’ll go crawl in hole, never to be heard from again…bye…
I agree with you 100% dude, this crap needs to stop especially when there’s a relevant conversation going on, like this one. Doing their job or not, there needs to be more “moderation” and less locking. Regardless, as they so frequently show, unless you have a plutonium paw and they can market the crap out of your portfolio, you just get ignored.
As for reputation points or whatever, it would unfortunately work just like the file rating system, users bent on revenge rating someone down for no reason, bam, bad rating.
turkhitbox, since you deem this thread useless I guess it’s okay for me to deem your one-line opposition comments that have no substance as trolling?
A lot of the CSS3 transforms and other stuff work in Firefox 3 also.
I’m not new to css, I am very comfortable with it. I just am pretty bad at fixing bugs in internet explorer mainly.
It’s not just IE, every browser renders something differently. The biggest thing is learn positioning and floats and know them like the back of your hand.
Your site doesn’t have to be a mirror image in all browsers, just try to get it a little close and you’ll save yourself some headache.
I’ll give someone $200 if they can make an entire WordPress site in one work day, that’s 8 hours. And then luckykind can smack them over the head with his club for fun.
I don’t agree with point 3, but I agree they are more useful once you actually understand why and exactly how they work.
Hence “Don’t use them if you want to learn anything”.