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#1   Juto

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Posted 07 April 2012 - 21:47

Hi, I have a RC2a site upgrade almost complete to v2.3.1 Also I have done some experimenting, using for example excel and paint to create gradient ribbons in the header. Further more I have removed tables in the footer and nearly all in the header. As for the navigation bars, these are using css, div's and spans -not unordered lists. Thereby minimazing code... lesser problems and easier to change.

Anyhow, please let me know what I should do next in my experiment or change in the existing.

www.u2commerce.com

Sara

Edited by Jan Zonjee, 08 April 2012 - 06:50.


#2 ONLINE   bruyndoncx

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 10:10

I get a seventies/eighties feeling looking at your site. Not sure if that is intentional or not.


you really need a thumbnail contribution for nicer thumbs.
Don't just sit there - contribute to the responsive bootstrap community effort !
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Hava a nice day !
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Seen anything good relevant on the net about responsive design for ecommerce ?
You might as well post it in my responsive liive shop review thread .

#3 ONLINE   bruyndoncx

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 10:34

I just had a quick look at your source code and notice that you have a lot of class declarations for header Left / Right stuff that you added.

I think you could just do this with css child selectors, there is a selector so that you can target the last one for custom styling
http://www.quirksmod...firstchild.html

so you just need the class declaration on the containing element, not on the individual links, the rest you can do in your stylesheet.css
Don't just sit there - contribute to the responsive bootstrap community effort !
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Hava a nice day !
Carine Bruyndoncx


Seen anything good relevant on the net about responsive design for ecommerce ?
You might as well post it in my responsive liive shop review thread .

#4   Juto

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 12:35

Hi Carine and thanks for your advice. Which thumbs contribution do you recommend? I have hesitated since I've read about the problems with some of them. Yes, child selectors is good, I'll certainly will implement it. And, yes it's a 70-80's look, up to now I have been busy fixing all bugs and moving to document type strict. Later on I have to decide wether to go for xhtml or html5. It should be easy to move xhtml, but then again html5 do have some nice features... although not supported by IE, sorry to say.

Thanks for your helpful hints /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
Sara