1. Post #2881
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    Torekk's Avatar
    November 2006
    2,798 Posts
    I wonder why setting the default language to german still shows the alpha version in english... But then you can't really expect it to work in multilanguage when it's still at alpha stage, would be neat though.
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  2. Post #2882
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    April 2005
    4,898 Posts
    http://apache.org/server-status

    I'm pretty sure I read in the Apache manual that this isn't every advisable
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  3. Post #2883
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    June 2011
    2,645 Posts


    Call to action is full of lies. Am I doin' it rite?
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  4. Post #2884
    iamacyborg's Avatar
    January 2011
    285 Posts
    There's something about the vertical alignment that's really annoying me. Any chance you can make the main content area vertically line up properly?



    In other news, an interesting read on why a dev releases his stuff under the GPL:
    http://zedshaw.com/essays/why_i_gpl.html
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  5. Post #2885
    italian
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    June 2011
    2,645 Posts
    There's something about the vertical alignment that's really annoying me. Any chance you can make the main content area vertically line up properly?
    Better?

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  6. Post #2886
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    January 2009
    2,530 Posts
    http://apache.org/server-status

    I'm pretty sure I read in the Apache manual that this isn't every advisable
    They might have done it to demonstrate the feature of Apache.
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  7. Post #2887
    iamacyborg's Avatar
    January 2011
    285 Posts
    Still looks wrong to me.

    I'd add another column of album covers and make sure the text lines up with the top and bottom of the images block. I'd also change the colour of the "start using Disko" button to orange to make it stand out from the green elements.
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  8. Post #2888
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    July 2005
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    Still looks wrong to me.

    I'd add another column of album covers and make sure the text lines up with the top and bottom of the images block. I'd also change the colour of the "start using Disko" button to orange to make it stand out from the green elements.
    I wouldn't
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  9. Post #2889
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    June 2011
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    I'd also change the colour of the "start using Disko" button to orange to make it stand out from the green elements.
    The colorscheme is green, white and grey. Adding orange in such a random way would make it look like shit.
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  10. Post #2890
    I personally wouldn't use orange, but a second color to use as a stronger accent color wouldn't hurt.
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  11. Post #2891
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    I personally wouldn't use orange, but a second color to use as a stronger accent color wouldn't hurt.
    a darker green?
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  12. Post #2892
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    January 2011
    285 Posts
    The colorscheme is green, white and grey. Adding orange in such a random way would make it look like shit.
    Use any colour, just make it a different one to that used in other parts of the site.
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  13. Post #2893
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    September 2009
    2,033 Posts
    I've never been so proud of making any website yet...
    http://69.175.121.66/~badman/wp/

    My first wordpress theme.
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  14. Post #2894
    italian
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    June 2011
    2,645 Posts


    How's this?

    Liquid layouts, I'm doing it right:



    Edited:

    Those album covers are an excerpt of my musical tastes. Feel free to yell at me.
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  15. Post #2895
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    May 2009
    1,737 Posts
    Needs more Justice
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  16. Post #2896
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,645 Posts
    Needs more Justice
    There



    Edited:

    Oh goody, album covers can be pulled from amazon very easily. Is that advisable to do?
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  17. Post #2897
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    January 2011
    2,551 Posts
    I've never been so proud of making any website yet...
    http://69.175.121.66/~badman/wp/

    My first wordpress theme.
    It's pretty much just a blank webpage with the Minecraft-esque image on it and something about wordpress, and a link that doesn't lead you anywhere.
    Did I miss something?
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  18. Post #2898
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    September 2009
    2,033 Posts
    It's pretty much just a blank webpage with the Minecraft-esque image on it and something about wordpress, and a link that doesn't lead you anywhere.
    Did I miss something?
    Urgh just double checked and I fucked something up when making it, i think i setup the directories wrong, i'm pretty confused in the differences between putting say

    ../images
    /images
    And
    images

    I know the first goes to the root then looks for "images" but what about the other two?
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  19. Post #2899
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    January 2009
    2,530 Posts
    Urgh just double checked and I fucked something up when making it, i think i setup the directories wrong, i'm pretty confused in the differences between putting say

    ../images
    /images
    And
    images

    I know the first goes to the root then looks for "images" but what about the other two?
    .. is the parent directory of the current working directory. Say you were in /usr/bin, ../ would be /usr.
    it's /images that goes to the root
    images without anything preceding it is the current directory
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  20. Post #2900
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    September 2009
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    .. is the parent directory of the current working directory. Say you were in /usr/bin, ../ would be /usr.
    it's /images that goes to the root
    images without anything preceding it is the current directory
    Ah thank you, now to fix 90% of my links :/
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  21. Post #2901
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    July 2007
    1,282 Posts
    To me it looks like the php.net alpha site is designed by developers, not saying its a bad thing though its clean and simple and seems to suit the purpose very nicely.
    It's true, I'm not really a HUGE fan but it's a great improvement. It's been in alpha for a long ass time though. I remember seeing this design on the PHP blog about a year ago.
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  22. Post #2902
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    July 2005
    6,087 Posts
    .. is the parent directory of the current working directory. Say you were in /usr/bin, ../ would be /usr.
    it's /images that goes to the root
    images without anything preceding it is the current directory
    don't forget ./ is the current directory!

    /usr/bin/././././ is still /usr/bin/ !
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  23. Post #2903
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    June 2006
    2,196 Posts
    It's true, I'm not really a HUGE fan but it's a great improvement. It's been in alpha for a long ass time though. I remember seeing this design on the PHP blog about a year ago.
    Heck, I remember when it was green, and when it was not called an alpha, but a beta!
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  24. Post #2904
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    October 2011
    64 Posts
    There



    Edited:

    Oh goody, album covers can be pulled from amazon very easily. Is that advisable to do?
    bland, boring, common. lack of color besides for a not-so-appealing shade of green. header lacks attraction. login button text is too big for the box it's contained in. the inset is odd.
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  25. Post #2905
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    July 2005
    6,087 Posts
    SVG image > CSS3 gradient?
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  26. Post #2906
    hzy
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    January 2009
    1,945 Posts
    There



    Edited:

    Oh goody, album covers can be pulled from amazon very easily. Is that advisable to do?
    how is your service different from last.fm or the like? sounds to me like it isn't...
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  27. Post #2907
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    September 2011
    166 Posts
    Adding the back-end to my project for fun and practice



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  28. Post #2908
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    February 2011
    608 Posts
    SVG image > CSS3 gradient?
    It really depends if you want to support older browsers, use SVG for older ones. SVG is good as a fallback, but would work as a main because SVG behaves the same cross-browser. If you want to be picky with browser support, just use CSS3 gradients.
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  29. Post #2909
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    May 2009
    1,737 Posts
    This is pretty cool, anyone doing it?

    http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Specia...ding_Challenge
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  30. Post #2910
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    February 2011
    608 Posts
    Adding the back-end to my project for fun and practice



    Is that CodeIgniter?
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  31. Post #2911
    Known Havok's Avatar
    September 2011
    166 Posts
    Is that CodeIgniter?
    Yeah
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  32. Post #2912
    a2h
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    September 2008
    2,460 Posts
    Obviously not my work, but out of curiosity - thoughts on php.net's alpha redesign?


    The logo text on its own doesn't feel very much like the "PHP" brand. The purple makes it, well, PHP, but the text doesn't seem to have much of an identity on its own.
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  33. Post #2913
    hzy
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    January 2009
    1,945 Posts
    working on Weld for the first time in about a month, it's relaxing working on my own project for the first time in a while.
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  34. Post #2914
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    June 2011
    2,645 Posts
    bland, boring, common. lack of color besides for a not-so-appealing shade of green. header lacks attraction. login button text is too big for the box it's contained in. the inset is odd.
    Did you register just to tell me that?

    Edited:

    how is your service different from last.fm or the like? sounds to me like it isn't...
    Is there any reason why it has to be original for me to do it. Can't it just be an exercise?
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  35. Post #2915
    hzy
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    January 2009
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    Is there any reason why it has to be original for me to do it. Can't it just be an exercise?
    No, it's just that if you want users you need to innovate. If you don't expect users though, no need to worry about it then.
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  36. Post #2916
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    May 2010
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    I saw that yesterday and thought I might do it, but October is almost over :(
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  37. Post #2917
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    September 2009
    2,033 Posts
    Ah, I've figured out why it wasn't working, it wasn't the directories. It's the fact that it linked to the old domain which wordpress was installed on...



    EDIT: HUZZAH!

    http://adamwilsontest.x10.mx/wp/

    My first wordpress theme!
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  38. Post #2918
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    June 2011
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    New idea: an open-source porn website where actors offer their bodies under the MIT license.

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  39. Post #2919
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    August 2011
    1,067 Posts
    New idea: an open-source porn website where actors offer their bodies under the MIT license.

    I love you.
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  40. Post #2920
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    February 2011
    608 Posts
    It'd be better under WTFPL.
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