1. Post #2921
    FrankPetrov's Avatar
    May 2010
    1,086 Posts
    quite slowly working on a web game run by javascript.
    I have quite a ways to go for the homepage.
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  2. Post #2922
    rookwood101's Avatar
    September 2011
    251 Posts
    My site has been up for a couple of weeks now but I haven't posted it here, so here goes:

    http://kircode.com/


    cool.
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  3. Post #2923
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,644 Posts
    -picsnip-

    Feedback?
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  4. Post #2924
    RUBY OVERLORD
    swift and shift's Avatar
    November 2011
    2,115 Posts
    And integration tests with Cucumber
    When I write tests
    Given that I am a programmer
    And everyone reading these tests is a programmer
    And even if a 'business person' wants to make changes they'll still manage to fuck up this faux-english bullshit syntax
    Why should I have to write shit like this
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  5. Post #2925
    Pass along
    commander204's Avatar
    May 2008
    4,065 Posts


    Feedback?
    ( Looks like one of those lolblogs. But classy. )

    Only thing I find out of place is "The Feed" which kind of sounds like a b - movie. Why not just call it "Feed"?
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  6. Post #2926
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,644 Posts
    Looks like one of those lolblogs. But classy.
    Thanks, it pretty much is one.
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  7. Post #2927
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    Siemz's Avatar
    August 2010
    1,749 Posts


    Learned HTML + CSS Yesterday, hope it's clean enough, making a very basic layout.
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  8. Post #2928
    Pass along
    commander204's Avatar
    May 2008
    4,065 Posts
    Are those rounded corners images?

    border-radius should work fine in a simple case like yours.
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  9. Post #2929
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    Siemz's Avatar
    August 2010
    1,749 Posts
    Are those rounded corners images?

    border-radius should work fine in a simple case like yours.
    Rounded, yes.

    And okay :), ill try to use that instead.
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  10. Post #2930

    November 2011
    45 Posts


    How's that compare to my previous one? I decided not to mess around with the colors just yet. I just removed the border around the "Welcome" bar and space everything out a bit more. I still think it can be improved a lot -- something(s) about it just doesn't feel right. Maybe it's too bare? I haven't done web/graphics design in so long...
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  11. Post #2931
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,644 Posts


    How's that compare to my previous one? I decided not to mess around with the colors just yet. I just removed the border around the "Welcome" bar and space everything out a bit more. I still think it can be improved a lot -- something(s) about it just doesn't feel right. Maybe it's too bare? I haven't done web/graphics design in so long...
    Try to avoid using heavy borders and contrast between backgrounds or even containers altogether if you're striving for minimalism.
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  12. Post #2932
    Upload Images
    kragmars102's Avatar
    April 2011
    727 Posts
    wrong thread. /snip.
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  13. Post #2933

    November 2011
    45 Posts
    Try to avoid using heavy borders and contrast between backgrounds or even containers altogether if you're striving for minimalism.
    I don't really understand what you mean -- your wording is slightly ambiguous. Could you please elaborate or give an example?
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  14. Post #2934
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    Crhem van der B's Avatar
    January 2010
    1,690 Posts
    So yeah, I'm going to work for one of the most successful web-dev companies in Lithuania from the 7th of August :D Can't wait to start working there, I really liked the atmosphere and the people there seem very nice.

    Also, another company called me today (I've sent them my CV), but obviously I already got a better offer.
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  15. Post #2935
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    Siemz's Avatar
    August 2010
    1,749 Posts
    So yeah, I'm going to work for one of the most successful web-dev companies in Lithuania from the 7th of August :D Can't wait to start working there, I really liked the atmosphere and the people there seem very nice.

    Also, another company called me today (I've sent them my CV), but obviously I already got a better offer.
    Congratulations

    Anyways, what is the smartest way to get the box under neath the other, on the right side.. ?
    Code:
    #box_top {
     width: 263px;
     height: 55px;
     border: 1px solid #00;
     padding-left: 55px;
     padding-top: 13px;
     color: white;
     background:url(img/box2.png);
     margin-left: 350px;
     }
     
    #box_mid {
      width: 293px;
      border: 1px solid #00;
      padding-left: 25px;
      background:url(img/box1.png);
      color: white;
      margin-left: 350px;
      } 
     
     #box_down {
     width: 318px;
     height: 13px;
     border: 1px solid #00;
     background:url(img/box3.png);
     margin-left: 350px;
     }
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  16. Post #2936
    When I write tests
    Given that I am a programmer
    And everyone reading these tests is a programmer
    And even if a 'business person' wants to make changes they'll still manage to fuck up this faux-english bullshit syntax
    Why should I have to write shit like this
    I thought it was weird when I first used it but I played around with it a little more and ended up liking it. I've always figured that it's to make the tests easier to read by 'business people', not to write. If you're running CI and business people are able to check build status they'll be able to tell what is going on a lot more easily this way.

    I like it, but I do write integration tests with RSpec sometimes too.
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  17. Post #2937
    Congratulations

    Anyways, what is the smartest way to get the box under neath the other, on the right side.. ?
    Put both boxes in their own <div>s and set display: inline-block on the divs. Also, use classes for rules that (can) apply to more elements, IDs for single elements.
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  18. Post #2938
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    Siemz's Avatar
    August 2010
    1,749 Posts
    Put both boxes in their own <div>s and set display: inline-block on the divs. Also, use classes for rules that (can) apply to more elements, IDs for single elements.
    Okay, thanks!
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  19. Post #2939
    I'm working on hating Magento more. Working on a product display page. If I upload an image for the product in the admin panel it shows up fine in the admin panel. If I try to call it on the front-end it doesn't. BUT WAIT! If I request the small image or thumbnail on the front-end and then resize it to the size I want it works.. What the fuck?
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  20. Post #2940
    MyBigBoner.com
    fritzel's Avatar
    March 2009
    4,412 Posts
    validation, client and server side

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  21. Post #2941
    I paid $2 for this
    Miljaker's Avatar
    October 2010
    780 Posts
    validation, client and server side

    I suggest keeping the text inside the fields black.
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  22. Post #2942
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,644 Posts
    validation, client and server side

    dat corners

    Edited:

    I don't really understand what you mean -- your wording is slightly ambiguous. Could you please elaborate or give an example?
    I meant that I think you should reduce the border shadow, reduce the difference between the page's background and the container's and possibly even let go of the container all together (setting it to have no background)
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  23. Post #2943
    I'm working on hating Magento more. Working on a product display page. If I upload an image for the product in the admin panel it shows up fine in the admin panel. If I try to call it on the front-end it doesn't. BUT WAIT! If I request the small image or thumbnail on the front-end and then resize it to the size I want it works.. What the fuck?
    Jesus christ, now it's also deciding to randomly leave a couple template files out of the page when I run a few data reading methods in another unrelated template. Methods that should not be changing the state of the application at all...
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  24. Post #2944
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,644 Posts
    Jesus christ, now it's also deciding to randomly leave a couple template files out of the page when I run a few data reading methods in another unrelated template. Methods that should not be changing the state of the application at all...
    Sounds like you're having a very fun time!
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  25. Post #2945
    Tons of fun haha. I just fixed it the hacky way because all the error logs are empty and I don't have time to try to dig way in and figure out what's going on.

    Of course, as soon as I moved the piece of code that was reading that data to a different file, the other files magically started working. The best part of that whole thing was that the data was actually being read and printed correctly... (and the printing wasn't the issue because if I commented out everything but the line that was reading data it still broke the other template files)
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  26. Post #2946
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,644 Posts
    My site has been up for a couple of weeks now but I haven't posted it here, so here goes:

    http://kircode.com/
    For some reason I find the way you display your work a bit annoying. No offence intended.

    Edited:

    Probably because you refer to yourself in third person and mention your name a lot.
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  27. Post #2947
    XiZhao's Avatar
    July 2012
    28 Posts
    Writing a very scalable nodejs web framework with coffeescript, stylus and eco. View templates are cached and all js and css is compressed.
    Aren't the words nodejs and scalable antonyms? lol
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  28. Post #2948
    secretly a furry
    Jelly's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,022 Posts
    Aren't the words nodejs and scalable antonyms? lol
    no
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  29. Post #2949
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    Siemz's Avatar
    August 2010
    1,749 Posts
    validation, client and server side

    Looks like the Text is just a little to close to the left-side of the boxes, look at the "3" for example, or the "J".
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  30. Post #2950

    November 2011
    45 Posts


    Decided to play around with the colors and the blur a bit. Aye?
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  31. Post #2951
    The shadow on the links looks too fuzzy. The "Welcome" piece needs more vertical padding.
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  32. Post #2952
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    Siemz's Avatar
    August 2010
    1,749 Posts


    Decided to play around with the colors and the blur a bit. Aye?
    Too "neon"-ish combined with the soft color of the "Welcome" background.
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  33. Post #2953
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    Hentie's Avatar
    May 2010
    2,128 Posts
    validation, client and server side
    those corners are really giving me an eyesore :(
    why are you using them everywhere? it doesn't really seem to fit the theme, it's more like something for some space or futuristic cyberpunk website.
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  34. Post #2954
    MyBigBoner.com
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    March 2009
    4,412 Posts
    ^^ok, done a bit of changes. It's not cyberpunk now


    Thanks everyone for the inputs.
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  35. Post #2955
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    wizard`'s Avatar
    August 2009
    932 Posts
    ^^ok, done a bit of changes. It's not cyberpunk now


    Thanks everyone for the inputs.
    The font on the submit and reset buttons can go to hell


    more letterspacing
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  36. Post #2956
    MyBigBoner.com
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    March 2009
    4,412 Posts
    ^^I like that font. Here is how it looks with spacing, not good.
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  37. Post #2957
    Ohfoohy's Avatar
    November 2008
    1,193 Posts
    Do not like the font.
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  38. Post #2958
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    November 2007
    9,788 Posts
    That font is only meant to be used in large headings, not 12pt.
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  39. Post #2959
    MyBigBoner.com
    fritzel's Avatar
    March 2009
    4,412 Posts
    So, why not suggest a good font for that ?

    Verdana is fine ?
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  40. Post #2960

    November 2011
    45 Posts


    Iteration 4! Suggestions, please...
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