1. Post #1841
    Emz
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    October 2008
    2,318 Posts
    put this together really fast and shittily over the past few hrs. It's for an airsoft event.
    http://vizze.net/op/index.html

    Latest Chrome - Just to show the alignment is also messed up for me too. My res on my laptop is fairly small 1366 x 768.

    A useful tool for checking lots of different browsers is http://browsershots.org/. Not sure if you've heard of it but I tend to find it quite fun to see how well my work does.
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  2. Post #1842
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    Latest Chrome - Just to show the alignment is also messed up for me too. My res on my laptop is fairly small 1366 x 768.

    A useful tool for checking lots of different browsers is http://browsershots.org/. Not sure if you've heard of it but I tend to find it quite fun to see how well my work does.
    Thanks, never heard of that till today.

    As for the other guy. I am using absolute, not relative.

    Edited:

    I don't understand though. Its not relative, it's got a 1% margin but that seems to only work on my resolution.
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  3. Post #1843
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    Thanks, never heard of that till today.

    As for the other guy. I am using absolute, not relative.

    Edited:

    I don't understand though. Its not relative, it's got a 1% margin but that seems to only work on my resolution.


    looks pretty relative to me
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  4. Post #1844
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    I've been playing around with functional programming (http://www.defmacro.org/ramblings/fp.html)

    I've gotten some Haskell and Erlang up and running but I'm not really sure what to do past that. Any ideas for projects involving functional programming?
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  5. Post #1845
    I've been playing around with functional programming (http://www.defmacro.org/ramblings/fp.html)

    I've gotten some Haskell and Erlang up and running but I'm not really sure what to do past that. Any ideas for projects involving functional programming?
    This just seems like an appropriate direction to head: http://snapframework.com/
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  6. Post #1846
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  7. Post #1847
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    well that's pretty stupid, why does it work?
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  8. Post #1848
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    well that's pretty stupid, why does it work?
    CGI passes the query string in the command line.

    PHP in all their infinite wisdom thought it'd be a good idea to parse the command line for options even when running as a CGI binary
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  9. Post #1849
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    CGI passes the query string in the command line.

    PHP in all their infinite wisdom thought it'd be a good idea to parse the command line for options even when running as a CGI binary
    Weird. None of my web servers have this problem. Must be morons runnin the military, what a surprise.
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  10. Post #1850
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    Weird. None of my web servers have this problem. Must be morons runnin the military, what a surprise.
    i'm guessing you probably don't run php as cgi
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  11. Post #1851
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    February 2005
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    i'm guessing you probably don't run php as cgi
    ye I got FAST cgi son

    that shit fast
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  12. Post #1852
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    The PHP dev team never cease to amaze :P

    Lucky it's only cgi; but an awful bug to ignore none the less.
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  13. Post #1853
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    The PHP dev team never cease to amaze :P

    Lucky it's only cgi; but an awful bug to ignore none the less.
    they knew about it for four months before the bug was publicly leaked.

    when it was leaked, they scrambled to release a patch.

    the patch didn't actually fix the problem.
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  14. Post #1854
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  15. Post #1855
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    they knew about it for four months before the bug was publicly leaked.

    when it was leaked, they scrambled to release a patch.

    the patch didn't actually fix the problem.
    And that's what bureaucracy does to you, kids!
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  16. Post #1856
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    May 2008
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    And that's what bureaucracy does to you, kids!
    I don't think this has anything to do with bureaucracy, just plain laziness / ignorance. PHP is anything *but* over-organised.
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  17. Post #1857
    I paid $2 for this
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    October 2010
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    Finished website for first "real" client.
    There is just one thing bugging me. The tekst is very aliased in chrome. Is there a fix for this?

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  18. Post #1858
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    January 2010
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    You can try playing with text-shadow, as Google seems to be too lazy to implement anti-aliasing..
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  19. Post #1859
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    Making a website for a dev team.
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  20. Post #1860
    italian
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    Finished website for first "real" client.
    There is just one thing bugging me. The tekst is very aliased in chrome. Is there a fix for this?

    There's no need to use a picture for the container background, you can just do it with a div and box-shadow. The loading times should be much faster.
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  21. Post #1861
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    October 2010
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    There's no need to use a picture for the container background, you can just do it with a div and box-shadow. The loading times should be much faster.
    no css3 in older versions of IE and they wanted a shadow.
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  22. Post #1862
    Emz
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    Finished website for first "real" client.
    There is just one thing bugging me. The tekst is very aliased in chrome. Is there a fix for this?

    I dislike the main container's colour to me it needs to be slightly lighter. I am on my laptop though and it does display greys slightly weird so it could just be me. Also, when it came to positioning the logo, instead of setting a left margin for each of your 3 spans I'd have just made the 'titel' div container smaller as it results in the same effect but done in a cleaner way (well I think it's cleaner anyway.)

    Congrats on your first client also :)
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  23. Post #1863
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    I've been periodically updating a stylesheet for personal use which overrides various parts of facepunch, mostly just to fix parts of facepunch that garry is too busy (or doesn't care) to do himself. I finally decided to release it, and was wondering if any of you would help look it over. I'm mostly looking for sections I could improve upon, or additional sections I could add. There are still a few areas i'm looking at modifying, but it's mostly just padding/margin issues here and there.

    The stylesheet: http://userstyles.org/styles/65192/facepunch-fixer

    Note that I had to use "!important" for a ton of attributes, as garry (or compwhizzi) decided to update styles by just making an additional duplicate style and then using "important" on the attribute to override every instance of it. It hurts to look at it.

    I typically use chrome, but i've tested it out in firefox, and besides one small error with the tabs in the profile it should look exactly the same.
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  24. Post #1864
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    Making a website for a dev team.
    Amazing how you stole a design and managed to make it hideous.

    http://studiopirat.com/

    Edited:

    Fuck you even just reversed the colours and took out the logo of the original site.

    Even the footer? Come on TJ, get your shit together.

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  25. Post #1865
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    Just public'd my new site www.visualroot.com

    Check it out, post if you have some time, lemme know if you have questions/feedback.

    Here's the thread if ya got gold:
    http://facepunch.com/threads/1181931?p=35840200
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  26. Post #1866
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    April 2010
    35 Posts
    Making a website for a fictional to do-style app as a school project. This is the front page. Is there anything I should change?

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  27. Post #1867
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    Making a website for a fictional to do-style app as a school project. This is the front page. Is there anything I should change?

    That looks great, however I think you could increase the line height on the three text boxes just a tiny bit, it looks a bit squashed. Also the navigation (the home and about links) look a bit odd but I'm not sure why.
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  28. Post #1868
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    April 2010
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    That looks great, however I think you could increase the line height on the three text boxes just a tiny bit, it looks a bit squashed. Also the navigation (the home and about links) look a bit odd but I'm not sure why.
    Thanks.

    I'll try changing the line-height on the paragraphs. Also, I think the reason that the menu links look weird is because they aren't centered in their boxes. It will fix itself when i get to coding the page.
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  29. Post #1869
    Emz
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    I agree that the navigation needs work. Possibly try getting rid of the white vertical bars and see how that looks?
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  30. Post #1870
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    April 2010
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    I agree that the navigation needs work. Possibly try getting rid of the white vertical bars and see how that looks?
    Yeah, that was much better. Thanks for the input :)
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  31. Post #1871
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    Making a website for a fictional to do-style app as a school project. This is the front page. Is there anything I should change?

    I guess it's just a placeholder, but u gonna have custom video controller? That had been awesome :D
    Which leads me to this question: Can you change the default html5 video controller?
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  32. Post #1872
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    I guess it's just a placeholder, but u gonna have custom video controller? That had been awesome :D
    Which leads me to this question: Can you change the default html5 video controller?
    I haven't decided on that yet. Looks like you can: http://www.kratedesign.com/blog/2010...om-controller/
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  33. Post #1873
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    I haven't decided on that yet. Looks like you can: http://www.kratedesign.com/blog/2010...om-controller/
    Do it, Do it, Do it! :D
    ..and follow android design guidelines. The better the site get the more the consumers trust you and share the app(in your case). :)

    btw, thanks for the link!
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  34. Post #1874
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    July 2009
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    A GSP server control panel that

    1. Won't look disgusting *cough*TCadmin 2*cough*
    2. Will work on both windows and linux without having to run mono on the linux servers to operate *cough*tcadmin 2*cough*
    3. Won't be dropped with no billing panel modules *cough*swiftpanel*cough*
    4. Hopefully include billing built in if wanted.
    5. Affordable (Not $200.. :V)


    Yes I bought a theme. I don't theme.

    I'll keep you updated.
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  35. Post #1875
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    what's it written in
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  36. Post #1876
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    January 2012
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    coldfusion obviously
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  37. Post #1877
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    Thanks, never heard of that till today.

    As for the other guy. I am using absolute, not relative.

    Edited:

    I don't understand though. Its not relative, it's got a 1% margin but that seems to only work on my resolution.
    Why don't you make each line a list item and add the triangles infront of each line and use css to hide the dots?
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  38. Post #1878
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    @tdoyle:

    Your website looks weird @ 1080p. The header is centered but the footer is left aligned.
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  39. Post #1879
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    Dennab
    January 2012
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    @tdoyle:

    Your website looks weird @ 1080p. The header is centered but the footer is left aligned.
    A lot of the site is inconsistent, I'll probably be going through and revising a bunch of it once I'm not so overloaded with client work. Thanks for reminding me!
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  40. Post #1880
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    June 2011
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    Today I'm shutting down qfi.im



    qfi.im post-mortem

    Monthly stats


    Lesson learned
    Being the good guy is not a good business model. People will not give you money unless you force them to, if you ask them to donate they'll repeatedly click the ads instead and get you banned from AdSense (that really happened), and they'll complain about the service not working for lack of funds and refuse to donate even if asked nicely.

    I've also learned that people can't read because I've repeatedly stated that qfi.im works with only with a few certain services, in which mediafire not included (it also has no wait times either so there'd be no point in including it), yet people will skip that entirely and complain.

    Brief history of qfi.im
    qfi.im wasn't originally my idea. A Facepunch user going by the name of Mutank (or something similar) made a small site called SparkGen and I offered myself to make a better-looking interface for it. I started work on what was then called SparkGen, designed and made it functional all on my own, and then, after not hearing from the other guy for a week I decided to take it on on my own, and changed its name to QuickFire (you can probably see where it's going now). That was sometime during April 2011. I added ads to the site and launched it as a 100% free, donation (and ads) funded site. After a while I got banned out of AdSense because of people repeatedly clicking my ads instead of donating.
    For a little longer than a year, qfi.im continued to live off of sparse donations and low cost hosting. Today marks the day when that model has finally collapsed. qfi.im was my personal experiment to see how long such a thing would last and to see if I would be able to build a service able to aliment itself for a long period of time. I think I can say it was a little success.
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