I haven't forgotten about it, either:
I just keep getting distracted by all these cats on reddit!
What's that color scheme and font?
Been crazy busy on a top secret project lately. Prepare for cool shit soon.
In other news: THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING CSS/HTML FRAMEWORK EVER
Seriously, check that shit out. It's by far the most complete framework for HTML layouts I've seen. Not to mention it's really easy to build wireframes as well: http://foundation.zurb.com/prototyping.php
Is there any way to move between tabs easily in Sublime? It's incredibly annoying to have to grab a mouse to switch to another file when many other text editors allow you to press CTRL + 1-9. I use TextMate on my desktop, but I need Sublime for my school laptop.
What are you talking about? Sublime Text lets you move between tabs using CTRL + 1-9. Are you using the beta?
I'm working on a website without actually one goal. Its just a fun project for me.
Therefore Im only supporting Webkit browsers for now.. Other browser support might come in the future.
Alternatively, a font size of 16px could do but that would give you consistency issues with the rest of the page's sizing unless you change that aswell
I'm moving in the wrong direction here, so I stopped, and couldn't figure out how to lay out the bottom of my site. I need to take a step back and figure out what all I want to present, and what has importance over what, but I wanted to show what I have so far. Kinda a sneak peak before Saturday's hangout.
What should I do about IE 6 and IE 7? Go out of my way to support them or not?
Also what if the site is functional but looks awful on those two browsers, is that acceptable? I ask because it's pretty hard to support old browsers when writing html5 markup and using css3
Really it depends on your content.
I was ready to fight to the death to defend my honor..
Will try that, thanks.
I never think much about line height, I should probably start now.
Just went through Hetzner's traffic: 392,835 GB of data transferred via Fanatical servers so far this year <- that's crazy!?!
On the IE stuff: don't let IE stop you using certain css rules/etc, just make sure users know if their browser is out-of-date.
What do you guys think?
How come sometimes designing something in the browser yields awesome results while if you try to design it outside you'll end up depressed and with a shitty design?
I'm working on a little project but I can never get the effects and colors right. I want to emboss/imprint the boxes where the pictures are, but I realize that will be hard with the white background?
Also one with the menu item hover effect
I never really got Adobe's Kuler to give me any good palettes either.
Hmmm, actually it wouldn't convert rgba because that's alpha as well I guess. Never mind then.