Hi, I am concerned with the padding/margins on the Beta site. I have tried to add custom CSS to the whole site; but no results are being displayed. Now that my BETA site is done, can we set up a time for you to show me how to make minor tweaks to the CSS on the site?
I was told that we would get training on how to tweak the CSS on the BETA site before it goes live. We need to set this up. The words are all cramped against the sides of the divs and up aginsta the photos. I would just like to get a walk-through please. Thank you for your quick response.
Hi Melody- David Dreezer already had a call with your team ealier this month and in that call we were asked to go ahead and do all of the work on your beta site (which we did at no cost). We'd be happy to set up training, but there is a cost associated with that. If you would like a quote, let me know. I really think it will be much cheaper (and faster, since I'm not sure when we will be able to schedule training right now) if you just tell us the specific issues you are having (or the...
Great news Ted, I look forward to seeing how you handle things so I can gather more ideas to use in my own updates Question, in the last few days I updated to windows 10. Have you encountered any issues going with existing RD coding? Or is Windows 10 behaving.. lol
Hi JC- No, we have not seen any issue with Windows 10 so far, though of course there is still much more testing to do. I don't really expect many issues though. The new Edge browser is still the biggest unknown but assuming it is standards-compliant (which I expect it to be), hopefully the issues there are minimal as well (and would likely just be due to bugs in that very-new browser). I'm very excited that Microsoft is finally offering an evergreen browser though... that will be great for...
I've used the latest version of Microsoft Edge on various Hoop.la sites (and Hoo.do) and there are literally no errors in markup or visual differences with Chrome (the browser I use for default). Only thing that you may notice is Microsoft's 'ClearType' technology that's on by default. It tries to smooth out the edges of fonts to offer more readable text, but I don't like it myself. Otherwise I agree with Ted that it's a huge step forward from any version of Internet Explorer.
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