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Posted 22 Feb 2013Thanks, I finished the entire program with no problems with complete compatibility to convert between the different units. (:
Posted 10 Jul 2012Over all not bad - but then again it's just a reskinned forum theme, right?
Well the theme itself I just changed about 3 lines of the css file, the overall design was made prior to installing the forum, I made the site as HTML + CSS then once I bought the domain I installed the forum software and embedded it into my design and touched up those few lines of code from the theme file so things could be easier to see (all the background text was black so I changed it to shades of white).
QuoteA few things - clean up your images.. the background is awfully busy and reminds me of some crap geocities sites from back in '97.
Which images? If your talking about the images from the forum, I'm planning on making my own to replace them, if your talking about my images which ones?
QuoteThe 'hot topic', 'new post', 'announcement', etc area needs a background because black text on that busy of a blue is hard to read.. and also the images are quite large..
Hmmm, I guess those were a different CSS class from the forum icons on the main page, I'm going to fix those up today.
QuoteYour main banner needs to be a link back to the start page.. nothing annoys me more when people don't use that convention.
I'll do that today.
QuoteI do not understand what the bottom area is all about - the one with the advertisement and the 'pillars of creation' nebula background. What is its function?
It's pretty much supposed to be a bottom navbar that will contain the Like, G+ and Follow on Twitter buttons for the site.
QuoteThe "Welcome Guest! To enable all features please Login or Register. " bar is too long - it doesn't line up with the forum header or the rest of the bars...
Didn't really notice that myself because I'm always logged in when I view the site lol. I'll see what I can do about that.
QuoteI can't read the "Current time: 8:31:32 PM(UTC)." bit.
Would a brighter white help?
QuoteOver all I am unclear why I would pick this forum over say astronomy forum.net.
Well my site is only 3 days old so I don't expect people to choose mine over any other ones as of now , and I wasn't even aware of that sites existence until now. I'll look into this and try to get some features that that site doesn't have and to me I think I have a better design scheme than they do , I am also planning on making multiple themes to compete with other sites. Thank you for your feedback because you've helped me notice issues I didn't see.
Posted 8 Jul 2012I made a few of the changes, working on more-- I am pretty slow when it comes to CSS3
I have made quite a few more fixes! IE should be alright now.
I still have to solve that crazy mouse issue and the logo though.
Looks pretty darn good for a beginner in web design . I'm actually going to bookmark this site of yours because I am interested in app and game development. I took a class last year called video game marketing and design and I made pong using game maker. I was going to take the advanced version of the class this year an d develop a game and possibly port it to an app using Flash but I have no room in my upcoming schedule so I could take a look at your site to do it on my free time
I see three errors in the last code you posted. Well, more like two errors and a couple of things that need improving.
First, your indentation is a little messed up. Each code block should be indented one tab (or, typically, four spaces) deeper than the block it belongs to. Of course there are different indent styles, but this is a popular one. - It makes the code easier to read and makes the kind of errors you are facing much easier to spot.
Which brings us to your first error: You are missing the end } for the Clock.display function. That should cause a syntax error that would be displayed in the aforementioned Error Console.
The second error is a variable name mismatch. On line #7 you define a this.clockMinute attribute, but inside your Clock.display function you always reference it as objectVar.clockMinutes. (Notice the added "s" to the end.) - This would not generate an error in the console, but would show "undefined" or "NaN" in the generated output, in place of the minutes.
One final note. Line #24 is a real monster. It would be better for readability to break it down into like three lines, one for hours, one for minutes and then one for the AM/PM and timezone info. - Better readability means easier debugging and maintenance in the future, which is of far greater value than reducing the line count by two is.
Thank you, it works now. I was completely unaware of the Error Consoles existence. And the code indentation is just what makes it easier for me to read I guess, the main thing was the this.display ending "}", but it works now so thanks for your help!
Posted 1 Jul 2012
QuoteThis is my code now and it still doesn't work
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