Share your site made with HTML...

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Ohh........... :)

My site seems to load fine and its all there where it should be :cool:

So that's a step in right direction, it just seems miles off the bottom and sides, but scrolls fine!.

I must say, I couldn't be doing it on a mobile, and would probably develop a squint after a while!

Peter

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Sites can be designed purely for the mobile next to existing site but that is a lot of work and most people will scroll. It is probably not that important that it fits fine for the iphone as it is a small screen. It is important for the ipad as that is a larger screen and more people are using the ipad these days.

The strange thing is that the website seems to look if the ipad is viewed vertically but if viewed on the ipad horizontally you get a jump at the footer sections. I have seem a few other posts on the web with this problem but not the solution yet.. still searching :/

Will let you know when I find the solution for anyone who also encounters this problem too.

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http://helpsite.sirage.com

Ok... Here is my new help site that uses HTML5 and CSS3.

For IE Users I have accommodated IE version 9 only and slightly supported IE 8 & 7. If you have not updated yet, please do so for the sake of all Web Developers! lol

My favorite place on this new site is http://helpsite.sirage.com/css3examples.html simply because it shows examples of how powerful CSS3 is!

Note: This site is an ongoing process. HTML5 and CSS3 will not be completed until 2014 (Or so they say.)

Hope you enjoy it.


"An Apple doth not fall far from its tree, yet an orange does."

https://lbwebsitedesign.com - Responsive Web Design & Web Hosting Services.
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Dude! Very well done.:) You should think about getting paid to do this.;)
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

Here's my S-Drive site with
examples of what can be accomplished in VSD.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/
Here's my CoffeeCup SCCP Shop with examples of what can be done.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/shop/
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
http://esmansgreenhouse.com
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
https://pestlogbook.com
This is my personnel site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
http://ericrohloff.com
http://ericrohloff.com/property/
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SirAGE nice website and very informative. I enjoyed navigating through it and will be going back to it again over time. :)

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I do get paid to do this... Not this site, but others. :P

Well, this site was started on March 4th and only really took about 2 days to design... The hard part was the content. I built the site before I had the content, so 10 days total, 2 days to design and 8 to put the content together. lol

Now, it is time to take a break. :P

"An Apple doth not fall far from its tree, yet an orange does."

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http://helpsite.sirage.com - HTML5, CSS3 and CC Help Video Blog.
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This is the travel site I built with HTML Editor. I have been using HTML Editor for 10 years. I still feel like a novice, as I only keep up 2 sites.

http://www.bellalovetravels.com
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Paul,

Site looks good! I only have one suggestion... Update your Contact form with the New HTML Version of Web Form Builder!

You can find it here... http://www.coffeecup.com/web-form-builder/
"An Apple doth not fall far from its tree, yet an orange does."

https://lbwebsitedesign.com - Responsive Web Design & Web Hosting Services.
http://helpsite.sirage.com - HTML5, CSS3 and CC Help Video Blog.
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This is the site I am currently working on for a Cat Rescue non profit that has been quite a fun one to work on so far. It's not finished yet but it's shaping up nicely. HTML Editor has been a very nice program to work with for this site now that most of the little bugs are gone lol. Lots to do on this site yet, but it's getting there :)

http://cattownrescue.org
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Jo Ann
Love your cat website :)
nice work


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