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peex says
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peex says

Finally you changed that horrible avatar. Thanks for doing that seriously :)

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peex says

Add some more space between portfolio items. It looks really messy this way :)

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peex says
Mostly from my own smaller projects but basically (I find) that the best way to learn is by getting some code that interests you (for instance, does something you want to know how to do) and disassembling it piece by piece, figuring out which part does what. It probably takes more time, but I find it helps me remember and learn better. :)

+9000

I learned PHP the exactly same way iLochie do. Start a project on your own maybe a simple blog application. When you get stuck use Google, ask here. This obviously takes more time but at the end you probably learn something real. Just don’t buy another book if it isn’t working for you.

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peex says

I think it is really good. :)

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peex says

Check the licence for plugins. If it is allowed to use in web templates then you are good to go :)

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peex says
Hi,

a buyer is complaining about Cufon replacement being slow in IE8 …

I’m not sure how to deal with this – do you have any idea how to prevent font replacement from flashing? Is this some variation of ‘Flash of unstyled content’?

Thanks, FT

Well maybe your buyer’s internet connection is slow. Try CSS3 font replacement. But in fact you don’t have to do anything. This is buyer’s problem. If his/her internet connection is slow or hosting is bad you can’t do any thing about it.

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peex says

I think it is time to remove that extra 2$ for not prepaid customers because of this raise. It will boost our sales a little bit.

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peex says
@arriba: Yes, actually the problem is because the background doesn’t repeat, if you have something with repeat-x, it’s ok.

Well yes, I also thought the background div isn’t that bad at all. Only IE7 won’t have :hover or :focus changes.

Yes…stupid IE…

Actually IE7 has :hover and your solution is a good one.

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peex says

It is working well :) Try this:

        <script type="text/javascript">

            Cufon.replace('h1, h2, h3, .nav', {hover: true});

            $(document).ready(function(){

                $('ul.icons li a').easyTooltip();

                $('.nav li a').click(function(){
                $('.nav li a').removeClass("active");

                    $(this).addClass("active");
                     Cufon.refresh();
                    return false;

                });                

            });

        </script>

And yes it is working :)

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