It looks weird because the gradient just stops there and there is no border or something like that.
Try giving it a "fade out" gradient as well. So light > dark > light instead of light > dark.
And I personally would use "outline: none" at the loginform.
Looks awesome otherwise.
Basic box collision is working, and I've added a player with camera tracking (its a little roomba robot thingy) It also scales itself to fit any resolution.
I'm definitely switching it to canvas as the performance frankly sucks due to it moving 1000 divs around 30 times a second.
Not really WAYWO but have any of you heard of http://gwan.ch/ or used it before?
According to the guy who recommended it to me, Apache Bench test resulted in
looks a little bit too good to be true
Seems pretty cool, might give it a shot.
Ok, I must say, Ruby is much more interesting than Python or C# ASP.NET.
So far I like it (learning through the Rails for Zombies tutorial). Thanks for the recommendation peeps.
I have, it's fast, and I had good results using it to serve many large and static files. That said, don't bother; it's prone to die for all sorts of reasons (at least that was the case for two versions I tested), and the speed difference isn't worth all the extra trouble.
Might be better in recent versions, that was just my experience.
I'm going to try this out on my VPS
Working on what is essentially a bio list, basically something like the facebook timeline but that you can have on any site.
So you enter events and it displays them in order (the latest thing to have happened will display first) also displaying images if you have given images.
Got all the coding bit done, you can upload images, create events, view the bio... now just have to make it look nice, I have a basic Idea of what I want it to look like so will post that up once I have made it pretty.
delete post, posted in the wrong place, sorry.
Made it look nicer :D
(ur font size should be a bit bigger because of default sans-serif. if it's 12px make it 11px if it's 14px make it 13px)
yeah, the font needs to be bigger, the padding is weird, and so is the border-radius
try a small, border-radius of like..5 or 10
I removed the extra padding on the date, and now it all has same padding, this is with corners of 5px
3px of corner radius and more padding on all writting
I'd increase your padding a bit more. Try 6 more px?
Divide the padding-left/padding-right by two for padding-top/padding-bottom.
Stumbled across a pretty neat little web page that can help you test your responsive web sites and how they'll look across a large variety of devices. It's not groundbreaking, and of course style support will vary on the actual devices, but it's useful for checking how the general layouts will appear when designing.
Just took a bunch of nice photos of torn paper and tape to use for this design I'm working on.
My client wants me to create this: http://www.wix.com/berniukss/pavyzdys15# as a proper website.
Well, I thought the design is downright terrible and decided to try something totally different. So far I came up with this: http://nsiunta.lt .
What do you think? Looks better than the design the client sent me, if so, would be nice to hear some feedback what to improve/change.
I know the images suck ass, I need to make new ones or something, the client couldn't (wouldn't?) send me the ones that he used so I just did PrtScr.