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I am currently working on a browser-based 2d arcade-style shooter, and looking for people to test it.
It's proper retro-style audio-visually, difficulty is not exactly easy...
Get yourself started by checking out what Google guys themselves say:
Google Webmasters YT
If you need a site 'just because', don't know how to do it and don't wanna hire a professional you could:
Google around for some cheap hosting, with a friendly CP allowing for some '1-click CMS...
Have you tried using Firebug or similar tool to see what's wrong?
Use CSS -> height:auto;
Also if you wanna go deep into actual 'variable sized' elements, run away from pixel sizes, google around for "responsive design"
sticking with particular res / 1024 is as charming as vintage nowadays.
If you wanna be really awesome, look into responsive design + mobile first approach. The idea is: focus on content, it's...
Hmm.. probably wouldn't make sense to require JVM for something trivial (unless there is already some funky JAVA all over whatever you're creating)
If you just need to get something from a...
Have a look there:
Also, have you tried putting all your jquery stuff first on the page, then anything else (mootools, etc.)?
What you are looking for is an ecomm package rather then a typical CMS.
The features you have listed are pretty much basic stuff which most of the popular ones would have by default. You didn't...
What you are looking for is Ajax
Not 100% sure what you want (simply display an offer for 2 days, etc.?).
Most of the ready-to-go ecomm packages would have some sort of sales / promotions facility.
In terms of markup - ideally, Html5. Supporting older browsers is normally not that much of an issue as some may think and it offers some really neat features. Also, look into rich, crawler-edible...
Not sure what you want to be checked, but first impression (checked in Chrome only):
2) Markup validates! (XHtml but still)
3) Visually pleasant
4) You've got some animation, and...
I provided OP with valid, comprehensive information. You jumped in to the thread, not adding much really, just a bit of confusion (spam much?). The site link OP gave is not a Flash site anyway, it's...
I always stick to the point. Unlike you, I provided OP with some valid information. If someone asks about doing something certain way, and you know it's possible but wrong - you must be rather mean...
Are you deliberately trying to teach Villain some bad practice? What if it's not a 'one-off' and he's serious about webdev, potentially looking to land some job someday in the future?...
You should always be using html markup and CSS. If you need to, progressively enhance your site with js.
It's Nov 2011, therefore html5 (+microdata) + CSS3 would be your choice. That's all you...
You're not making any sense. You clearly need to own / have rights on whatever.co.uk to create moose.whatever.co.uk
Then the domain is indexed. Get analytics and webmaster tools and keep working...
There is no need to think about, just check your analytics to see how much traffic you are getting from anything else then Google in terms of search engines (a hint - quite extremely close to...
The link doesn't work.
And.. why subdomain (moose.)? Work on your whatever.co.uk
When did you live your site? It normally takes 4-6 weeks for Google to index your site. Does your site appear...
Don't spam pedro93, op did not ask about ecomm package or what CMS do we prefer.
Magento is miles away from being brilliant in any way, and it's even further from a shadow of being best e-comm...
Plus caching, combine all external js / css into 1 file, minify, etc.
Actually, test your site with Google Page Speed and the results will give you some clues.
Also, check out (and build your...
Those 2 links you have posted contain some stuff which is extremely easy to do.
This IS impossible (or wrong words). If you educate yourself a little bit more, you'll understand that.
You're welcome, other clues?
Initial placement of an element over some content sounds like an entirely markup + CSS job.
Also, jQuery fadeOut