It always happens, I’m using chrome.
You could perhaps just use one image, the screen shot and the iphone as one, that would fix it I guess.
The available on the app store text should be a bit lower down, I think it’s too close to the list.Also, instead of having that thick white line bar, perhaps you could put a 3 columns feature section their or something, with the white background?
Thanks steve think I’ve finally managed to sort the animation, there was a little bug in my queue. If you do happen to chance having a look at it again I’d be grateful to know if it now looks better.
You may be right about adding some extra detail, but I’m at a loss as to what at the moment. So I’m going to have a think about how improve parts of it over the next few days. Any particular part which you thought needed more attention, header, footer etc.
Thanks for your comment by the way.
The homepage slider is built with 2 modes, advanced is where the user can just pick any images they like and it’s just a slider, giving them more control. The simple version which is what it’s currently set to is the user sets up each item in the slider by giving an image URL , device type (iphone, ipad) and orientation (portrait, landscape). The script then takes care of animating between items, device types and orientations automatically allowing the user to just concentrate on their screenshots. The idea was that I didn’t want the user to have to source iphone/ipad interface elements each time they wanted to add/change slider items, trying to be helpful to people with little photoshop experience
The white bar was meant to be a small remnant of what a “collapsed” content area would be because you’re on the “special slider panel” homepage. If you look at another page you might get the gist of what I was going for, but if you don’t think it works I’ll look into something else.
I suggest some increasing the line height in your paragraphs, and is there any way to get that slider to show the screen shot and the iphone at the same time, rather than the screen shot first then a second later the iphone.
Sure I can try increasing the line height in the general content areas. Not sure what to say about the timing thing, might just be the iphone image is larger than the screenshot and one is loaded by the browser before the other. Does it always happen for you, or does it only happen when the page first loads?
Incidentally this theme has 7 colour variations, this is just the default in the preview.
Hi all, after putting a considerable amount of effort into my latest piece I’m a little disappointed in it getting rejected. Since we’re all in the same boat however I’ll put it out there to see if there’s any advice for getting it up to scratch to pass the reviewers notes of:
the design needs overall, general improvements
I ask because I’m not sure how much my own piece differs in quality from some that are already on sale here and I genuinely would like some constructive feedback to get past this, hopefully to resubmit.
It’s intended to showcase iOS/web applications but has enough (I believe) options, custom widgets and shortcodes to support a fair variety of sites.
I vote rock, paper scissors nice one joefrey.