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Nick wrote:
http://hntllc.coffeecup.com/

Still trying to get the hang of it. First attempt using RSD...


Very nice start Nick. Looking good.
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Well, mine are a bit rudimentary because I just did them (only one page for starters) and they look almost the same because I used the same template for both, but we own our own businesses and I REALLY wanted to learn how to do this.... So,

http://www.pennjerseyfoodmart.com

http://www.rt33truckstop.com

Don't laugh! :-)
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Rhonda,

Very nice for starters. They both look great.
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Hi all

wavetrainSUP - http://www.wavetrainsup.com is an all CoffeeCup site.

I started with the Animal Shelter theme and evolved it. I guess I'm either more old-fashioned than I thought or dumber than I think I am, BUT I still prefer looking at code. So I went back and forth between RSD and the old school CoffeeCup that I know and LOVE. They're like peanut butter and chocolate. RSD and the themes are an invaluable starting point. The CSS that RSD auto-creates is wondrous, more so, after reading through it.

I need to tweak the breakpoints and ESPECIALLY get images that are optimized for those smaller screens. As with so many other sites, I find that lack of sufficient content is a real showstopper. I am no longer surprised at the number of clients who have no ( or very little) imagery to work with -- of their own products.

Anyway, wavetrainSUP is my toe dip into the water of RSD.
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JeffBach wrote:
Hi all

wavetrainSUP - http://www.wavetrainsup.com is an all CoffeeCup site.


Hi Jeff - suggestion on the FAQ page, set the <main class="row info-section"> width to 1200 px? On a large 1080p monitor, reading lines of text 'full screen width' can give a person sore neck. I also tend to add a bit of left right margin on full screen width text bodies so that, at smaller screen widths, the text isn't getting overrun by scroll bars etc. on certain smart phones. I would typically do this by adding it to a class applied to the paragraph element used in the main body.

Just one man's opinion - site looks good overall!

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Gordon
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Hi All

Also a first time user of RSD.

http://www.fgmautomation.co.za/index.html

Please be gentle :)
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Scott Williams wrote:
Steve wrote:
Here are a couple more websites I just finished made with RSD. I love this software!

http://jicregina.com/
http://expertsealregina.ca/


Yes, very nice as per usual. Keep it up!


Looked at the firts one. I like that one. How did you make the gallery and the menus?
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Max wrote:
Scott Williams wrote:
Steve wrote:
Here are a couple more websites I just finished made with RSD. I love this software!

http://jicregina.com/
http://expertsealregina.ca/


Yes, very nice as per usual. Keep it up!


Looked at the firts one. I like that one. How did you make the gallery and the menus?


I used http://www.coffeecup.com/menu-builder/ for the menu and a third party app for the slider. Coffeecup now offers their own slider you can find here http://www.coffeecup.com/responsive-content-slider/
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Hi Steve. Thanks! I have the CC slider -) Will check the menu software. Oooops hahaha found out that I have that one as well (never downloaded it). Thanks!
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