in both IE7 and FF3 .5, the main content is shifted to the right on my screen (1024×768) and causes the horizontalscroll bar to appear
in IE7 , the tweeter id content is pushed down my screen well past the last footer section and does not appear in the footer section as expected.
is anyone else finding this and have a solution?
navigation drops down in IE7 when you go to different pages
I have not been able to get onto the site for the last 2 hours
don’t be so harsh.
Your theme uses the same basic layout as his does, and as do a lot of other themes on TF. So what, this does not seem to be a limiting factor though to most authors, as these are the types of templates being created and selected for sale on this marketplace, and people seem to be buying them. Perhaps we will see some very unique designs in the outside the box competition coming up soon, but, for now, the authors and reviewers seem to be sticking to the standard web page designs.
If he cleans it up and submits for approval, then good luck to him and perhaps it will get approved.
what is going on when you see something like this coded?
why are the numbers added to the end of the item? and what effect do they have?
re: text from Twicet
the least you could do when you copy stuff from another site is to correct the spelling mistakes!
come on guy, make up some new content text
blabus, I think you are right on and thanks for the answer.
thanks for the answers and comments from everyone
you mean there is more than one?
wow, I guess it is buyer beware and know what you are buying or really whose work you are buying, kick the tires so to speak, and no I won’t mention anything about the actual template.
I don’t have Photoshop so maybe this is a stupid question.
When you create something like a logo, button or background slice, why wouldn’t you just create the image to be used on the web page at the same time instead of creating the logo, button, etc, in the PSD , then later slicing it up into images for the web and then using it?
I have never understood why this is not usually done.