What do you guys think?

Discussion in 'Web Design & Coding' started by X-Istence, Jun 9, 2006.

  1. X-Istence

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  2. falconguard

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    Your guides and Tutorials is not associated with anything. I like it, I am a fan of clean interfaces.
     
  3. X-Istence

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    Yeah, I know, right now that is not done yet.
     
  4. ShepsCrook

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    Very simple and easy. Wish I knew coding for pages more...
     
  5. xsivforce

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    I am waiting with great anticipation for bsdpanel!

    Site is very clean. Nice work Bro.
     
  6. X-Istence

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    I have three companies that are waiting for it's completion. I have been feverishly working on it.
     
  7. ejn74

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    Looks nice and clean. Good Job!!
     
  8. Geffy

    Geffy Moderator Folding Team

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    Will pages not export to PDF?

    Admittedly the sidebar text of the resume is a little small and seems to get b0rked when printing to PDF.

    Nice design though
     
  9. LordOfLA

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    Will BSDPanel also accomodate the Redhat based oses? (EL/Centos, Fedora?)

    Edit: and whats the obsession with XML and XSLT???
     
  10. Perris Calderon

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    I love the clean page, I just don't care for that orange
     
  11. SPeedY_B

    SPeedY_B I may actually be insane.

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    Nice and clean. Orange FTW.

    My only gripes would be that I personally dislike serif fonts, however, that's really a personal preference :)

    Second, I'd not border the main text, rather move it up to the header, and left towards the menu (If that makes sense...). Though, again, just a personal way of doing things.

    Other than that though, a good site. bsdPanel is going to be big :)
     
  12. X-Istence

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    Yeah, and export to HTML is fecked up badly as well. So I am going to redo my resume in XHTML, and just stick that online.

    It never said just BSD on my website, where did that notion come from? I am developing it under FreeBSD, and that is my main priority, besides that, it will run on anything that it compiles on. As far as it being called bsdPanel, the name comes from the license it is under. The 2-clause BSD license.

    As for XML and XSLT? Makes my life easier. It takes about 30 lines of code to output all the nodes and everything, and process it. Speeds up development time not having to use some sort of wrapper to do replacement of text inside a skin. Not really an obsession. That page is written in XHTML with SSI.
     
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2006
  13. X-Istence

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    The font is whatever you have set standard in your browser.

    The second suggestion is a good on, but when I was working on it, it seemed a bit plain, and like it needed a border.

    bsdPanel is something I am working on currently. I am specifying the standard protocol, standard functions that each sub-system is required to set, and how to talk to each other. I will post here in just a few about the protocol, and I need some peer review to help me out.