like in the video tuturial "using the css transition panel" i want to downsize my div's (heigth) and make them bigger if the transition is applied. But when i try to do it my background color is smaller and the transition works but the content is till show, even on top of the div's underneath them.
Please help. I tried everything i geussed would do it.
That page is enormous!! I use a 1280 display and even zoomed out all the way (Ctrl+----), I still can't see everything on your page because it won't fit in my display.
As an example, your logo image http://deleteproductions.nl/logos/logo_notel.png
is 1,969px wide. And your menu... Oh my gosh!
Average desktop/laptop users need pages that fit inside a 1000px wide viewport. Your first priority should be to rescale everything and re-design your layout. Worry about CSS Transitions later.
The page is based on an fluid grid layout. So it should be fine when the browser is set to 100%. In my case it works fine on safari and ios (ipad and iphone). I had problems with that before but that has been solved.
On my laptop, (10", windows 7 starter, ie) the site works fine, not very fast but fine. The fluid grid is able to do what i want it to do.
So i dont know on what os and browser you think it is an trainwreck but in ky cases it works perfect.
Btw i do not need an translation, i can do it better myself.
Two words: Bad practice. Having BIG images, guzzling your users bandwidth and letting Fluid Grid do the resizing even for your images. Secondly, not wanting to understanding/ adapt to best practices used to make Fluid Grid Layouts.
Honestly, take it any which way you want - but if I'm an user to your website, I'd do one thing as soon as I visit your page. Hit the 'close' button.
First of all:
What is wrong with big pictures. They are smaller the they were before because ios didn't recognise them (i aslo used this forum and it helped me much).
why not simply telling me what to do? you are now just annoying me because i do this for the first time in my life and it looks great on every pc i tested it on yet.
Do you know the answer or not? If you do please tell me, i would appreciate it very much.
We all started in the same place. You must crawl before you walk.
Start over. Learn from your mistakes. Rescale images and layout to fit on an average desktop/laptop without horizontal scrollbars. Width: 1000px.
Forget about Fluid Grids & CSS Transitions until you have a much better understanding of basic CSS Layouts.
Creating your first web site-
DW Starter Pages --
After you have built 3 or 4 websites, then you will be ready to try advanced CSS methods with media queries and transitions.
I wouldn't trust these Adobe post count stats. They're inaccurate for those who came from the Macromedia forums. They only work if you started new on these Jive forums.
Much was lost when Adobe imported the data from the Macromedia forums into these Jive forums.
Mine was reset to zero after 10 years of posting. Others were imported intact. Even the date I joined as displayed here under my avatar is wrong.
Nancy has probably posted 113,000 times.
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