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My portofolio Design technique
Hello Design Contest Members
Today I would like to share some techniques I did for my website tho- it will be usefull..
view my Website here
Tools I used:
- Photoshop CS4
- Dreamweaver CS3
Layout Concept: DIV
Photos Popup effect: Jquery Fancybox-1.0.0 ( these for the Ajax popup images)
* For the Photo Layout Scroller I used a Div and specify a height, with a CSS Overflow: auto, thats gives the function of the iframe which is a normal css
The Overflow Scroller Box Style
I'm not sure is it a good idea to share my Design Technique, But anyway we didn't born good designers, Otherwise we get to learn till we cover everything
I hope my design techniques gives newbie designers new ideas on how to improve their designs with the latest web technique in the world wide web,
nothing to thanks for xD you welcome.
Thanks for sharing that, although I generally try to avoid absolute positioning.
Nice work none the less !
Why trying to avoid Absolute position? Its Peace of cake, I admit its hard at the first time, but seeing some tutorials make it easy to learn!, Now all my work are all Divs with relatives and absolute positions. I Can Say it makes my life easier lol
One of the sites i made with Absolute Positions
Its really Compatible with Firefox and IE all versions. There isnt any difference if u view it on Internet explorer or Firefox or opera .. But using tables you will have a bit px between Firefox and IE
At the end every designer works as the way he feel comfortable to. Thanks for the comment
Pretty cool.. is that the mac osx wallpaper as the background image?
You can Say so ^^
Originally Posted by colekins
And you see no problem with that? ^^
your are working with Photoshop CS4 and Dreamweaver CS3? It´s compatible?
Im Sorry, I meant Vise versa I'm working with Photoshop CS3 and Dreamweaver CS4 and Yes they are compatible with each others as Dreamweaver has a standalone installer as the Photoshop.
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