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Author Subject: working version of wc v3
whatisthematrix
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posted on 5.28.2003 at 22:03 Reply With Quote
working version of wc v3

http://matrix.dzygn.com/wc/index.html




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anders
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posted on 5.29.2003 at 02:10 Reply With Quote
henke,
nice job on the site!

maybe add some bgcolor with transparency on the menus that slide out..
they dont look good right now if u can see thru them...

now...time to add some content




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 02:18 Reply With Quote
i'm like in love with the menu.. every time i see it xP
nice job, but how about making the "webcentral v3" thing have some font color instead of transparent? it just becomes part of the bg and disappears... namean?

anyway, love it keep up the good work henke




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 03:44 Reply With Quote
Looks good. I like the overall feel.
but:
A) Menu items in Start and Links are a bit hard to read on account of the white in the BG.
B) The grey scroller seems a bit out of place in the sea of blue.
C) Your boxes (link bar and scroller) are a bit wide in Mozilla based browsers
D) You seriously need to kill the native scrollbar in Mozilla (esp on lower resolutions). On Mozilla at 800x600 (window.innerHeight == 400), mouseover on "Portfolio" with the content completely scrolled removes the scrollbar and the whole page jumps.

Nicely done.




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 08:30 Reply With Quote
Slick work man, really cool. Gotta agree with Sherman on the transparent backgroundcolor for the submenus.




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 09:01 Reply With Quote
lookin good.. i don't like the horizontal line just above the menu though, it interferes with the menu items imo
also, are you planning on using the HTML tag?





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posted on 5.29.2003 at 09:28 Reply With Quote
looks good beside of the scrollbar which looks really out of place...

agree with brian about the scrollbar in moz it's also there in opera, you have to set the position of the content-layer to relative, overflow-hidden only affects on relative positioned childs...




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 09:50 Reply With Quote
yes.. agree with wat others say abt the logo 'webcentral' which has to stand out!




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 10:29 Reply With Quote
Nice work, agree with others.
Specify a background color.




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 15:24 Reply With Quote
it would be nice to have the scroll wheel work on the content...

other than that, looks great, love the menu





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posted on 5.29.2003 at 22:55 Reply With Quote
thanks to everyone!
chris: what HTML tag?
will fix it in moz.
neo and anders: what are the code so I can change opacity in css?




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posted on 5.29.2003 at 23:06 Reply With Quote
I totally agree with everyone; maybe on the sliding menus (which look awesome), you could make the border either heavier, or a different col. Looks great!

bv +




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posted on 5.30.2003 at 08:16 Reply With Quote
quote:
chris: what HTML tag?

Come on.
quote:
neo and anders: what are the code so I can change opacity in css?

code:
filter: alpha(opacity=50);  
-moz-opacity: 0.5;

for 50 percent opacity in IE and Moz respectively.

[Edited on 30.5.2003 by HZR]




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rene
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posted on 5.30.2003 at 09:29 Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by whatisthematrix
chris: what HTML tag?


you're page begins with <script> and ends with </div>.
so add some basic HTML tags, html, body, title etc.




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posted on 5.30.2003 at 10:06 Reply With Quote
bingo





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posted on 5.30.2003 at 15:01 Reply With Quote
eep... hav u lost ur mind? not knowing ur filters??? tsk tsk lol




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posted on 5.30.2003 at 21:02 Reply With Quote
lol...jooli....
thanks dave....

Why do I have to have the html tages??....I'm so fucked up right now...




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posted on 5.31.2003 at 09:16 Reply With Quote
because every html-document needs a html-tag a head-tag and a body-tag, try your page in some browser other than IE, then you'll see the problem... IE corrects your faults a good browser shouldn't...




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posted on 5.31.2003 at 10:19 Reply With Quote
Include a title at least .




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posted on 5.31.2003 at 14:01 Reply With Quote
henke, what in the world made u think not to include the basic html tags? lol..
after all, you are making a html page, no?....hehehe




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posted on 6.1.2003 at 18:34 Reply With Quote
yeah...yeah...I will fix the html tags...

does it look better now in moz?




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posted on 6.1.2003 at 18:40 Reply With Quote
Still the same in Mozilla. Put a Doctype at the top of the document and it'll probably be solved. (Remember that it's IE that messes things up, so you have to change your CSS a little):
code:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">  

Also, you still haven't specified a background color.

[Edited on 1.6.2003 by HZR]

[Edited on 1.6.2003 by HZR]




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posted on 6.2.2003 at 15:01 Reply With Quote
I dont see any proper HTML coding yet. You sure you uploaded it?




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posted on 6.2.2003 at 15:24 Reply With Quote
its almost summer vacay... must be on all our minds... forget designing lol




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posted on 6.2.2003 at 19:05 Reply With Quote
thanks david again.....

but I can't get the filter right I have code it like this now, is it wrong?

.menu a {
color:#FFFFFF;
display:block;
padding:2px 0px 2px 5px;
text-decoration:none;
background-color:#transparent;
filter:alpha(opacity=50);
-moz-opacity:0.5;

}
.menu a:hover {
background-color:#E1E1E1;
color:#000000;
filter:alpha(opacity=50);
-moz-opacity:0.5;
}




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