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What The Chair? May 6, 13, 4:43 a.m.
I sat in one of these chairs and found it quite comfortable -
Any idea what chair it is?
jquery thumbnail carousel Apr 29, 13, 1:04 a.m.
Im after a jQuery thumbnail carousel, where it has a bunch of thumbnail images scrolling across, then when you mouse over it stops.
Anyone know of a good script for this type of thing?
Barcelona Apr 18, 13, 3:20 a.m.
I'm heading to Barcelona tomorrow for a few days.
Is there anything you'd recommend I check out? anything thats a must see?
Both evening and day stuff.
State of the web - HTML5 Apr 16, 13, 1:02 p.m.
I've been trying to understand the current state of the web at the moment, but kinda struggling and was really hoping to get some insight from the pros.
Mostly in regards to Flash alternatives, like HTML5 and jQuery etc and how you go about cross platform solutions.
Often It seems like all this tech is trying to fill the boots of Flash.
But there seems to be a massive gap where Flash once was. Usually a technology gets superseded by a better one. But in this case Flash has just been wiped off the table, with no replacement.
People look to HTML 5 but, from what i can tell HTML 5 is still so new and infantile with very little community support or information.
So there is like a big gap for rich interactive experiences, which Flash once filled. And also Flash is still more supported on desktop browsers than HTML5.
Most (pretty much all) of the rich interactive / animation stuff in HTML 5 either runs like complete crap on mobile devices or doesn't run at all.
So what the hell are people on about when they think HTML 5 is the savior of mobile browsing? Am i missing something? Obviously Flash doesn't work on apple mobile devices, and is no longer supported by adobe, so its a no go.
I even made this thread - http://www.qbn.com/topics/680597…
Which had a disappointing response, in line with my experience of mobile HTML5. I'm trying to understand the whole 'HTML5 is the future' stuff, but find it quite underwhelming.
Say for example you want to create an interactive web banner. with some very basic interaction.
- you could make it in HTML 5 and it wont IE 7 (and might not work on IE 8 iirc), and it might not work on mobile due to bad performance.
- you could make it Flash and lose mobile viewers.
I know you can make several options and put fall backs in place, but smaller clients wont want to pay for you to make the same thing x amount of times to suit different mediums. And of course the target audience (buzzword word bingo 10 points!) is hugely important in your choice.
I'm interested in what you lot think about it. What choices you make in regards to the technologies and what best practices you do in your agency to meet the limitations of different mediums.
HTML5 mobile examples Apr 14, 13, 6:30 a.m.
Anyone got any good examples of HTML5 that work well on mobiles.
I'm talking like animations or interactive sites, not just the odd bit of HTML5, like a slideshow.
With all this 'HTML5 is the future business' I've yet to see anything decent that actually works on mobile devices.
Trainer/sneaker advice... Apr 13, 13, 2:55 p.m.
Bit of an odd question, i used to have a pair of these -
(etnies lo cut 2.5)
And loved them, but you can't seem to get them anymore.
Anyone know of any similar trainers?
Only ones I can find are new balance ones that I don't really like...
Hope you can help!
Dreamweaver dark theme - Mac Mar 13, 13, 6:28 a.m.
Has anyone successfully changed the color scheme on dreamweaver by changing the colors.xml file?
Im trying to change to a dark theme like this -
but whenever I change the file, it changes the colors but doesnt look like it should at all.
The colors are way off. Ive tried several.
I sometimes use sublime text, which is great and i love the monokai color scheme -
but i just like the ftp feature of dreamweaver among other stuff.
Coding problem - console error Jul 3, 12, 1:44 p.m.
Im working on site that I'm very unfamiliar with, its for a client and they just asked me to take a look, its not a site I built or anything so its a bit of stab in the dark. Its built in Silverstripe CMS.
They have a search box on one page (where it works fine, no errors) and they want it on another, I found the chunk of code which is simple enough -
I thought perhaps a simple copy paste would work, pasting it onto the other page they want it on, but no luck.
I'm getting the following console errors -
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'SelectorsAPI' of undefined
Enumerable.each - prototype.js:345
breakoutCarousel - main.js:19
(anonymous function) - main.js:231
responder - prototype.js:4459
fire - prototype.js:4620
_methodized - prototype.js:339
fireContentLoadedEvent - prototype.js:4668
Does anyone have any idea what that means?
I dont know why this would work on one page and not another.
I do mostly front end dev, with the odd bit of back end stuff, so i haven't gotten this error before :(
Hope you can help! :D