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FRESHFACE says

... there are lots of Git tutorials online to help you decide

This is a very good article: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/

We do something like that but we don’t use the develop branch since we don’t really need it, main developer branch is simply the default master for us. The latest stable version on our demo server is automatically checked out from the latest tag which are always stable.

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FRESHFACE says

The solution would be very simple, I don’t know why it doesn’t already work like this:

1) Customer orders a job from an author and pays $xxx to ES, ES starts to verify the payment
2) Author completes the job but doesn’t deliver the completed project to the client until ES verifies the payment
3/a) Once payment is OK, author sends the project to the customer
3/b) If payment is not OK, author keeps the project, lost some time but at least fraud client never receives the project
4/a) If customer is satisfied with the project, ES sends the money to author
4/b) if customer is not satisfied, ES checks the project objectively and if project is not OK, customer receives the money back or run another circle with author
4/c) if customer is not satisfied, ES checks the project objectively and if project is OK, author receives money

Ad #2, personally I would not even start the job until the payment is 100% verified.

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To my opinion the bootstrap grid system is just horrible. The whole mobile first approach is just terribly bad. For example when you have a 3 column grid and you watch it in portraid mode on an iPad, it already stops floating all columns and you see everything underneath each other.

That’s my biggest ( and only ) problem with bootstrap. i do like the basic table styling etc though.

I use a custom starter sheet with my own grid and basic styling for text and form elements.

In Bootstrap 3 you can use this class:

.col-sm-

^ stacks horizontally on iPad in all modes (land/port) and vertically on iPhone in all modes (land/port)

See all options here: http://getbootstrap.com/css/#grid-options

To answer the OP, we used to write our own grids etc., but I am now looking into the possibility of using Bootstrap in our plugin/theme development, will see how that goes :)
Hey didn’t know that. But still – i like a combination of a fluid+repsonsive layout more.

I am not sure I understand what you meant by that, maybe this?: http://www.bootply.com/132799 (fixed vs fluid width container; fixed is jumpy when you resize the window)

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FRESHFACE says

To my opinion the bootstrap grid system is just horrible. The whole mobile first approach is just terribly bad. For example when you have a 3 column grid and you watch it in portraid mode on an iPad, it already stops floating all columns and you see everything underneath each other.

That’s my biggest ( and only ) problem with bootstrap. i do like the basic table styling etc though.

I use a custom starter sheet with my own grid and basic styling for text and form elements.

In Bootstrap 3 you can use this class:

.col-sm-

^ stacks horizontally on iPad in all modes (land/port) and vertically on iPhone in all modes (land/port)

See all options here: http://getbootstrap.com/css/#grid-options

To answer the OP, we used to write our own grids etc., but I am now looking into the possibility of using Bootstrap in our plugin/theme development, will see how that goes :)

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FRESHFACE says

A preview for those who don’t want to install stuff on their computers in order to see it:

(from reddit)

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FRESHFACE says

I would suggest:

1.) High intensity cardio on bike ( preferably in gym ), or sprints. That means induce maximum effort for 10 – 15 seconds, then rest for 2 minutes. Repeat 4 – 5 times and you’ll be totally exhausted. Give you same results as 40 minutes of cardio, but it takes only 10 minutes and it’s more fun.

2.) Start lifting weights in super-series. That mean immediately after finishing your (for example) pull-ups, start with benchpress and cycle them. This is great cardio and also you’ll gain muscles :)

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FRESHFACE says

Monster Rehab :D

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FRESHFACE says

Thank you for the answers.

I already tried the nbsp thing but I’m not getting any results.

Maybe I’m doing it wrong?

Try adding more or less nbsp until it fits better. Try adding them above or below the image or both. Try with a classic space character between each nbsp or without it. I don’t really know how to make it perfect some combination of the above could help you make it better.

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FRESHFACE says
http://boulderinformationservices.wordpress.com/2013/01/18/chrome-shrinks-images-in-table-cells/


Can you even add inline styles to the item description? I haven’t tried that yet

You can’t unfortunately :(

You could spam the contents of the TD tag with nbsp as a last resort but it’s tedious.

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FRESHFACE says

Just about any pasta :)

Cooking is a lot about experience/technique, equipment and fresh/quality ingredients, you don’t need a complex recipe to prepare a tasty food.

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