Just from a quick skimming through:
- Your CSS definitions aren’t properly indented, making them difficult to read.
- Logo (http://nyk-london.com/images/logo.jpg) should be a background image instead of an image.
- The same, the RSS icon before the ‘Subscribe’ link, should have been a background image.
- ‘Portfolio, go straight to the action’ needs to be a background image.
- Are you also going to make 366 images for the dates? Make them background images with text overlay!
- Spacing, alignment as well as font size are all wrong. You do have a preview image, so I don’t know why you didn’t just comply to it.
- The footer is broken in all the browsers I’ve tested on (the MT ad is out of the footer boundary, and no padding/margin between the content and the footer area as shown in the preview image). Is this still a WIP ?
- We can ignore IE6 , but your sidebar is also broken on IE7 .
- In FF 3 .6, the bottom half of the content area’s background has a black background. (see: http://i50.tinypic.com/50pppw.png)
Im wondering if there are performance-related choices for switching from WP to Tumbr. It’s not secret that WordPress is a memory/DB hog if you let it. I’m aware of the cache plugins etc. I’m just saying, it tends to be heavy on the resources. Could be a reason they switched?
No, performance is not an issue at all.
Basically, since EE is not open source, it should be more secure.
This is not true at all. (Hint: Windows vs Linux)
And it is recommended to not include the closing tag in PHP files:
I was a casual reader of Psdtuts+ and Freelanceswitch.
Ironically I had not paid much attention to the company behind these sites though.
Until I started working here…
I see that ‘www.tutsplus.com’ isn’t redirecting properly, this will be fixed very soon.
Too… much… gradient…