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EZorb wrote:
Inger wrote:
Larry, I thought it would look better if the bottle were cut out from the white background. See attachment.

Oh, and I think you need to make the file size of the image smaller.

Otherwise I think your colour scheme looks much better now :)


Wayan was correct the bottle was just put there for an example. In fact I am still messing around with that page. Just change around for rough idea. Thanks a bunch for cleaning up the bottle. You must have PhotoShop. Can you do that in PhotoFiltre 7? Some more I have forgot how to do.
I have two more product bottles that need transparancy work, any volunteers?


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I don't know PhotoFiltre7, so I can't tell you. But yes, I have PS.
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The site I have been working on for the last month is finally up and running:
http://www.horgenhonning.net
It's one of my own sites, one that after 7 years was sorely in need of being responsified. I worked with RFF for the first time on a site from start to end, and I kept a blog where I wrote down my thoughts along the way. I summed it up on the last blog page, maybe someone is interested in reading it.
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Inger wrote:
The site I have been working on for the last month is finally up and running:
http://www.horgenhonning.net
It's one of my own sites, one that after 7 years was sorely in need of being responsified. I worked with RFF for the first time on a site from start to end, and I kept a blog where I wrote down my thoughts along the way. I summed it up on the last blog page, maybe someone is interested in reading it.

on your blog you wrote
There is a modal among the components. Could it be made optional how to trigger it? Now it is done with a text link, it would be nice if we also could use an image link.
Inger you can set anything that has an attribute thingy available,, simply set the attribute to "Data Open,,, and the value to whatever the modal container ID is,, then just delete the text link that comes as default with the modal window

Nice looking site Inger

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Thanks, Wayan. :) The thing with the modal is one of those 'coding thoughts' I have in the back of my head. I would have fixed it if I had been coding myself. It takes time for an old brain to 'translate' coding into visual stuff. ;)
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Inger wrote:
Thanks, Wayan. :) The thing with the modal is one of those 'coding thoughts' I have in the back of my head. I would have fixed it if I had been coding myself. It takes time for an old brain to 'translate' coding into visual stuff. ;)


Haaahaaaa that's why it is easy for me then,, because I am still 18 years old in my head :cool:
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While I'm waiting for the copy for a bunch of new articles I recreated all current articles for a client of mine. All articles now are done in Responsive Foundation Framer. Probably I could do a more proper job at naming the (custom) styles, but nevertheless I'm pretty happy with the result so far. The navigation is inserted via an </>HTML object after creating it in Codepen.io.

Made good use of the symbols feature, which is an amazing help.

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That looks great, Richard. Love how clean and readable it looks at all the sizes.
http://www.pixelandpoly.com/ (built with Bootstrap Builder)
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Thanks a lot, Jeff :)
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Hello all well this is the FF site I have been working on and asking and receiving all the help for. It still has a lot of work to be done and tweaking also. So far we are pleased with it BUT we know we have much more to do and will be adding much more to the site. I also know the menu can be better but in time and as I learn more it will be (hopefully) :)
www.kstravelnj.com
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