Posts by tips4design

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tips4design
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Better than elite :D

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Yay! Finally Level 5 Badge :D

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Still, worst month ever :D

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tips4design
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21 me :D

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Are you connecting to the correct database? :D

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Ok, literally no sell in more than 7 days, wtf?

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Wouldn’t it be easier for you devs to just provide us with a set of predefined css classes that we can use within the item description? Take as an example the layout of the features list into the description of my most recent WP theme. That’s done with html table. Can’t you just provide the same layout but with predefined css classes for divs?
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Yeah, all we need is a way to split description area in multiple rows and columns.

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There are a lot of scripts that also have separate add-ons, it’s even a sub-category for that: http://codecanyon.net/category/wordpress/add-ons (also on PHP category).

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How do you use that table with a PC setup with multiple monitors that has tons of cables, from which some aren’t even that long? :D

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Yes, of course you can write more performant scripts in vanilla JS. The question you should ask yourself is: is performance really a problem? Do you see sites “lagging” because they are using a framework or library? In my opinion, when developing a basic project targeted at new browsers, performance of an event listener, bind, or animation (which anyway you can use hundred of thousand per second) does not matter.

I can show you a website that uses jQuery and plain JavaScript, they both display the same UI and animations and you will see that they are both running perfectly smooth.

Using jQuery is simply a case of preference, experience (more experience = less jQuery for things that jQuery is really obsolete) and time you have to develop a project.

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