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    As far as I know the admin templates are pure...

    As far as I know the admin templates are pure Html / CSS / Javascripts … and are based on a framework such as Twitter Bootstrap.

    There is no 1 Click ready-to-go implementation (like installing a...
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    Just add an id to the body on the page you don't...

    Just add an id to the body on the page you don't want the nav bar showing and then add some css to remove the nav bar.


    <body id="home">

    #home nav {display:none;}
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    I agree with samphywii, use html5. Here's...

    I agree with samphywii, use html5. Here's another resource for you to look at.
  4. if you don't have a website place your code on a...

    if you don't have a website place your code on a site like codepen.io so we can see what you're doing
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    something like this...

    something like this...


    <div class="grid_12"><h3>test</h3>
    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit. Iusto, quidem atque ratione amet quaerat tenetur...
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    Just add Unify...

    Just add Unify to your static website and make whatever text, images, etc. that you want your client access to editable.

    or you can build your site using a hosted CMS (very few changes to your...
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    nav: Represents navigation for a document. The...

    nav: Represents navigation for a document. The nav element is a section containing links to other documents or to parts within the current document.

    Not all groups of links on a page need to be...
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    WinHTrack (http://www.httrack.com/) should work...

    WinHTrack should work for you.
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    If you can take the very first line "Trijit.in...

    If you can take the very first line "Trijit.in Corporate Training Domain & Hosting Trijit Web Services Network Solutions IT Solutions" and center it so it will align with the rest of your website; I...
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    when I resized my browser I saw some minor...

    when I resized my browser I saw some minor jumping from big to small, but nothing more than that.
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    looks great now...good job! (i looked in FF and...

    looks great now...good job! (i looked in FF and IE on a desktop)
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    same thing, the javascript effect is working...

    same thing, the javascript effect is working correctly, however the images still jump from big to small.
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    I still see the images jump from big to small,...

    I still see the images jump from big to small, however I don't see a problem with the images overlapping each other when you click a section. The proper images are being displayed.
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    I don't believe this is a fancybox problem, it is...

    I don't believe this is a fancybox problem, it is more how your website is coded. You can try something like placing min-height:450px; on line 225 in your basic-style.css. That will stop the footer...
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    I see now the issue you're talking about. I'm...

    I see now the issue you're talking about. I'm using Firefox and the footer overlaps for about half a second then positions itself properly.
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    still works for me...no problems on my end

    still works for me...no problems on my end
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    the url mentioned above, the fancybox worked fine...

    the url mentioned above, the fancybox worked fine for me on the desktop and it also worked when scaled down to a smartphone. FYI the nav links at the top don't go anywhere (not sure if this is...
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    Since your website is for the hearing impaired...

    Since your website is for the hearing impaired you'll definitely want to use the web accessibility tool and the web accessibility checker. You'll find several errors that should be fixed.
  19. not sure if this what you're looking...

    not sure if this what you're looking
    http://responsive-nav.com/
  20. Just remember the website is for your sister (the...

    Just remember the website is for your sister (the client), so unless you can build a website from scratch with a more friendly user interface and in a shorter period of time than if you had used...
  21. the link is not working for me:(

    the link is not working for me:(
  22. if your site was just rebuilt ask the web...

    if your site was just rebuilt ask the web developer to make it cross browser compliant
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    Screenfly by Quirktools...

    Screenfly by Quirktools
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    In typography terms, an orphan is the first line...

    In typography terms, an orphan is the first line of a paragraph that is left behind on the old page while the paragraph continues on the next. The orphan property controls the minimum number of lines...
  25. worked fine for me in firefox

    worked fine for me in firefox
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