Posts by neutrico

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neutrico says

There are problems with positioning on FFox 35 and Chrome. Section with “web design”, “branding” on screen size > 768px.

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neutrico says





[...] but you sure do have to support IE9 on the marketplaces.
This will change sooner or later. So why not sooner? :evil:
What’s hard to support IE9? It works perfectly fine, you do not have to do absolutely any adjusting to the theme, or if you do, it shouldn’t take more than an hour to make a theme IE9 compatible.

You can make theme IE9 compatible however it’s not so easy to make theme Material Design compatible on IE9.

As I mentioned before: no css transitions, no css animations.


I am all for forward thinking, but you shouldn’t drop compatibility for a browser just because it’s fun to do so, especially if you don’t have to do anything to make your site compatible with the browser :)
Visit prize sponsor Matt Aussaguel website and see how it’s not IE9 compatible too.
What are you talking about?! That website is compatible even with IE8. You know what compatibility means, don’t know?

I’m talking about this:

http://www.browserstack.com/screenshots/a1fcda702ecef1d7df4b4875e226eb3e5633df1f

See screenshot on IE9 Win7 it’s also buggy on Safari 8 Yosemite and Chrome 36 Mavericks.

You get virtual machine from modern.ie and verify that this website is buggy on IE9/Win7.

On IE8 by default it’s broken too in compatibility mode (default). With IE8 mode it’s pretty ok. However see square action button? No transparency on navbar?

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neutrico says



[...] but you sure do have to support IE9 on the marketplaces.
This will change sooner or later. So why not sooner? :evil:
What’s hard to support IE9? It works perfectly fine, you do not have to do absolutely any adjusting to the theme, or if you do, it shouldn’t take more than an hour to make a theme IE9 compatible.

You can make theme IE9 compatible however it’s not so easy to make theme Material Design compatible on IE9.

As I mentioned before: no css transitions, no css animations.


I am all for forward thinking, but you shouldn’t drop compatibility for a browser just because it’s fun to do so, especially if you don’t have to do anything to make your site compatible with the browser :)

Visit prize sponsor Matt Aussaguel website and see how it’s not IE9 compatible too.

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neutrico says

Great contest. Single question though:

As WP Themes count to this contest is it possible to drop some older browser support?

Especially IE 9 as this browser doesn’t support css3 animations, css3 transitions and flex layout model.

It’s pretty hard to provide Material Design for IE < 10.

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neutrico says

This is boring, however: bump.

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neutrico says

This is boring, however: bump.

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neutrico says


How about documentation? Is there any template or guideline what to include to user documentation?
JoshuaSprague said You should include anything about the template you think they might need help with. Good, thorough documentation always works in the authors favor so I wouldn’t skimp.

You are right but it’s not so obvious. For native speakers documentation is an easy part of task. However for non-english speakers design and coding can be quite easy while documenting can be hardest and time consuming part.

So, it would be great to avoid writing documentation from scratch.

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neutrico says

How about documentation? Is there any template or guideline what to include to user documentation?

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neutrico says




Hi,

I think I signed up on the wrong URL, and now after I finished the landing page, I can’t find a downloadable link for it.

Any one from pagewiz support team can help me??

Regards
From your dashboard click on “Settings” under your page name, then in “Status & statistic” tab there is an “Export” button at the top right, see: http://nimb.ws/M4TtIC

There is no such button on newly created account!

Is it required to have Envato approval to have this option?
I don’t have this option as neutrico said. I didn’t get the envato account approval yet, but don’t know if I get the approval will I have the option to download the page, or I will have new dashboard and will create the page from the start??

Ok. I got welcome mail to Most Wanted and Export button is on, as my existing test template as well. So, don’t worry @pixilito :)

I gave up with Instapage contest. Instapage builder was so confusing… Pageviz interface is MUCH better.

Short two questions though.

1. Are we allowed to include custom scripting and styling with design? I fully understand that we should avoid custom html, though custom css animations, transitions or jQuery magic could be unobtrusive and useful.

2. Do we need to replace all images and icons with placeholders in templates uploaded to Envato, or is it allowed to upload templates with images that we are allowed to reuse and redistribute?

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neutrico says


Hi,

I think I signed up on the wrong URL, and now after I finished the landing page, I can’t find a downloadable link for it.

Any one from pagewiz support team can help me??

Regards
From your dashboard click on “Settings” under your page name, then in “Status & statistic” tab there is an “Export” button at the top right, see: http://nimb.ws/M4TtIC

There is no such button on newly created account!

Is it required to have Envato approval to have this option?

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