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Finally got around to updating my RSD coffergrinder website (RSD v1.5) to the new foundation (RDS v2.5), and now all the goodies in the component library are available to me :D

Thanks go to Suzanne N for her help in updating from old to new version, and also to Wayne J for his help and advice in menu structures :)

https://www.onsafelines.com


On Safe Lines QHSE Software Ltd - www.onsafelines.com


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Rooky wrote:
Finally got around to updating my RSD coffergrinder website (RSD v1.5) to the new foundation (RDS v2.5), and now all the goodies in the component library are available to me :D

Thanks go to Suzanne N for her help in updating from old to new version, and also to Wayne J for his help and advice in menu structures :)

https://www.onsafelines.com



looking good Rooky
I bet your weather station is working ovewtime at the moment:D
The Sky Is A big Empty Space : But There Is No Room For Error
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Sales & Office Manager
80 posts

Rooky wrote:
Finally got around to updating my RSD coffergrinder website (RSD v1.5) to the new foundation (RDS v2.5), and now all the goodies in the component library are available to me :D
Thanks go to Suzanne N for her help in updating from old to new version, and also to Wayne J for his help and advice in menu structures :)
https://www.onsafelines.com


High-five! Glad I could help!
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Sales & Office Manager
80 posts

Suzanne Clarke wrote:
I am a techno dinosaur and while I loved VSD and managed to make a good enough website it wasnt responsive and I was rubbish at updating it as hated the whole FTP aspect of things. Finally made the move to RSD and S-Drive and now everyone thinks I am a genius :cool:

The team at CoffeeCup (especially my namesake Suzanne Norvell) were brilliant at support. Appreciate thoughts on ways I can improve it. Especially as my Gallery seems to be playing up a little bit :-)

http://www.grenadaseafaris.com


Hey chickadee! So glad I was able to help!
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.....Sorry for the delay - I was popping out a new baby girl! But I'm back now to help with any questions.
Learn the essentials with these tips on Responsive Site Designer along with my personal favorite, Responsive Email Designer. You'll be making awesome, code-free responsive sites and newsletters like a boss.


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42 posts

Suzanne Clarke wrote:
Appreciate thoughts on ways I can improve it. Especially as my Gallery seems to be playing up a little bit :-)

http://www.grenadaseafaris.com

Just updated my site to the new RSD 2.5 foundation, so I now have access to the gallary components. However, I had already created a simple gallery in CoffeeCups Responsive Content Slider https://www.coffeecup.com/responsive-content-slider/. So rather than risk issues where I had none, I stayed with the RCS gallery and added it as a html element. ;)

Seems to be responsive for all device sizes (bottom of this page) :)

https://www.onsafelines.com/occupational-risk-assessment-sofware.html
On Safe Lines QHSE Software Ltd - www.onsafelines.com


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Suzanne Clarke wrote:
I am a techno dinosaur and while I loved VSD and managed to make a good enough website it wasnt responsive and I was rubbish at updating it as hated the whole FTP aspect of things. Finally made the move to RSD and S-Drive and now everyone thinks I am a genius :cool:

The team at CoffeeCup (especially my namesake Suzanne Norvell) were brilliant at support. Appreciate thoughts on ways I can improve it. Especially as my Gallery seems to be playing up a little bit :-)

http://www.grenadaseafaris.com

Hi Suzanne
Your gallery images at the lower end of devices from No 7 upwards are not showing
you need to go to just left of the lowest breakpoint & replace the image placeholders with the relevant images'
also I would be inclined to reduce the size of those lower end images , as it takes a long time to load them all, especially for mobile devices this is essential.
Wayan in Sunny Bali
The Sky Is A big Empty Space : But There Is No Room For Error
https://foundation-framer-tutorials.com


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1,399 posts

Wayan Jaya wrote:
Suzanne Clarke wrote:
I am a techno dinosaur and while I loved VSD and managed to make a good enough website it wasnt responsive and I was rubbish at updating it as hated the whole FTP aspect of things. Finally made the move to RSD and S-Drive and now everyone thinks I am a genius :cool:

The team at CoffeeCup (especially my namesake Suzanne Norvell) were brilliant at support. Appreciate thoughts on ways I can improve it. Especially as my Gallery seems to be playing up a little bit :-)

http://www.grenadaseafaris.com

Hi Suzanne

OOOPPPS I SHOULD HAVE SAID YOUR
Your slider images at the lower end of devices from No 7 upwards are not showing
you need to go to just left of the lowest breakpoint & replace the image placeholders with the relevant images'
also I would be inclined to reduce the size of those lower end images , as it takes a long time to load them all, especially for mobile devices this is essential.
Wayan in Sunny Bali
The Sky Is A big Empty Space : But There Is No Room For Error
https://foundation-framer-tutorials.com


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Hi Scott
Do you have any icon with "designed with coffeecup RSD" to put on the website page?


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10,831 posts

I don't think there is such an icon, but if you create a nice looking one, the company might like it and perhaps use it with giving you the credits for it. :)
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.horgenhonning.net/
Component sharing for RSD, RFF and RBB: http://www.horgenhonning.net/sharing/



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