check the checkbox and inspect the element, you’ll see that the attribute “checked” isn’t there but the checkbox is checked.
The DOM needs to be changed when you check the checkbox. I’m trying it to do it with JS, but it doesn’t change a bit in the DOM .
Here’s a simple question. I have a checkbox, so as we all know, when you click on it, it is checked.
Here’s the thing, when you check it, it doesn’t update the DOM , you can see that it’s checked, but not in the DOM . So I tried to add the attribute “checked = checked” to the element via JS, but it doesn’t change a bit.
Anyone else has saw this “issue”? I need the checked attribute for further processing since I’m taking the innerHTML of the parent to put it into another “div” after a click event.
I’m working for a client who’s sites generates millions of visitors per month. We/my client are even considering of dropping support of IE7 . Supporting IE6 is a big waste of time.
wooow nice, how did you managed this?
Would like to know that
Not sure what your asking there, but the approval flow can take up to 7 days, can be less or can be more. I have 1 theme for sale here and it took back then about 3 days for approval.
“bad typography” isn’t always the font that you choose, it’s more the spaces between the line, the proportions of your text blocks.
Let me give you a simple example to help you out:
The first blog post The kitchen sink>
- Header is not spaced well, to few white space between your header and content, to few white space between the top “box line” and your header.
Let your content breath, give if the space to come out and don’t cluster it to much otherwise visitors will only see your images, but not your text, so they won’t know what you’r doing.
Also, bad spacing looks a bit non-profesional.
But your getting in the right direction, spending much time on such small details will give you a more professional look. Check out the tutorials on Nettuts, they will surely help you out, it did for me .
Nice, but it has really bad typography.