glutenfree4u saidHave no time for checking your code now, but I’ve never faced such problem, since you are only a beginner, most probably you are doing something wrong. I also learned by trial & error so nothing to get frustrated about.
glutenfree4u saidThen it means your entire code is really bad
OriginalEXE, I tried the css reset code but it just made all the divs out of place instead of just a few.
It shows up great in Chrome / Safari though, I did some googling and many people say FireFox displays the pixels differently than most browsers.
Should I attach a 2nd CSS file that just applies to FF? how would I do that?Thanks
volumens saidIf you have trouble using a framework – don’t use it. They are designed to help developers, and not to make their lives harder
I use Bootstrap.
Would it be a bad idea to do the media queries on my own? I just can’t find a framework that has all the features that I need.Also, I think using a framework loads a lot of CSS that we don’t actually need, I’m I right?
I myself use Twitter Bootstrap.
The design is kinda boring, I almost dozed off while browsing
Also, when I scale the browser to the mobile size, listings images get stretched and it looks very ugly (100px natural spread on 400px width).
Hint: Microsoft Office logo on latest TF items
I imagine it could have the possibility to open up a huge can of security worms. Probably best to leave all your PayPal account info separate from your Marketplace account info. Never bad having an extra level of security over convenience, specially when it comes to your hard earned money
I still don’t get why PayPal has to be involved at all?
Do not, I repeat, DO NOT use absolute positioning for your main layout. It’s really bad practice.
Just from a customer standpoint, do you really think someone wants to bother with your id’s for every block and absolute position each and every block they need?