After mucking around facebook for a while i finally decided to take the plunge and create a facebook page. The menus there look a bit complicated and less user friendly that i imagined however after messing around for a bit i think i got the gist of it.
The facebook page can be found @ here really basic but hopefully it will show up in the results there.
In other news I may begin to write on here small and simple CSS tutorials and about the importance of good and easily managed CSS and XHTML code when building a website that is more then a broshure but an entire application.
Best Regards, AlexD
Today I just finished working on my personal portfolio website found at http://alexdweb.com which replaced the old one there who was over 1 and half years old. Lots of things changed in that time, lots of new things learned, lots of new and better ways to write code so it was due for a change.
All in all, as i said i am highly excited about the look @ feel of the new website and compared to the old one, I have to say it’s ten times better, but you should decided for yourself. Drop a visit @ http://alexdweb.com and let me know what you think by dropping a comment here.
I did test the website extensively however if you break anything let me know by an email or comment. Also as are most of my sites these days, I have phased out support for IE6 because the browser is older than my sister so I cant spend 20hours debugging for IE6 , so please use a modern browser such as Firefox 3.6 / Internet Explorer 7+ (recommended is 8), Google Chrome 5 and the like.
Back to more tutorials this coming week.
This is another short and sweet posts, basically it involves using the
Math. function to do some nifty tricks
Lets say that you want to get a random number between 1 and 10 and you dont know how. Well the answer is quite easy and it involves combining 2
This function takes a random number between 0 and 1
This function rounds a number down to it’s smaller number, for example. 4.4 would become 4, 4.6 would become 4 as well, -4.1 would become -5 as well as -4.6 would become -5 as well.
This issue only happens with menuMatic and with vertical set menus. Basically in all IE browsers the sub-nav-menu didnt show up correctly.
And another thing, when you have link tags inside li tags, you need to float the li tags in IE else you get a hidden spacer there (vertical lists only). and the menu looks very odd. This is old IE6 issue, seems like both IE7 and only IE8 fixed it. Fuck that shit.