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  1. Precise Estimating Ltd

    UI design feedback

    Very impressive, nice work!
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    Domain Squatting

    With the release of new Top Level Domains (TLDs) is cyber-squatting still an issue or has that ship sailed as there are now simply so many variations of domain names it's now too expensive to cover all your firms?
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    Private info exposed on Whois, what to do?

    Am I the only one who wants my information on WHOIS? My reason being if you have an attractive domain offers will come to you directly; rather than a domain registrar reducing your profit margin.
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    Placing Html @ Bottom Loading In Different Order

    Hi Fisicx, thank you for post, yes there are many things to fix however at this moment as the website is having changes left, right and center and I'm making it up as go - at this moment in time I'm concerned with what I posted about as this is fresh in my memory and it's natural to work in a sequence as I'm going to run into plenty more problems as I go. 'And don't worry about Google indexing things in a particular way. It doesn't work like that. Google will compare the content with the page title, H1, inbound link anchor text, trust marks and citations and from there determine for which keywords the page should rank for.' - I've read many articles that contradict this, so things must've changed recently. Yes I've read many articles on strucutring headings, links with keywords so thanks for that. You were right, I had a stray closing div where I was experimenting with microdata earlier but microdata makes it more difficult when identifying divs with the web developer tools as I'm sure you know. I've removed that div and at least the completely seperate classes are working but the :nth childs are still not working properly. I really thought that would've fixed it as it's working fine in the first example so I would not think the problem would lie in it's css as that's exactly the same in both examples. Thanks again.
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    Placing Html @ Bottom Loading In Different Order

    Hi Guys, I'm experiencing differences to how the page is loading when this content is placed at the bottom of the page. http://rcestimating.co.uk/index.php I have this content placed at the top. <h5 class="zoomout">Fast</h5> <h5 class="zoomout">Accurate</h5> <h5 class="zoomout">Reliable</h5> <h5 class="nofade">RC ESTIMATING LTD</h5> http://rcestimating.co.uk/index2.php here I have this content placed at the bottom; which is ideally what I want as this text is quite irrelevant and I don't want it ranking high in seo. The problem is that when this content is placed at the bottom it does not load in the correct order and my css formatting as below does not work. This seems quite strange! h5.zoomout { width: 100%; font-size: 4em; text-align: center; top: 45%; padding: 0; margin: 0; position: absolute; display: inline-block; opacity: 0; animation: zoomout 0.60s; -webkit-animation: zoomout 0.60s; -moz-animation: zoomout 0.60s; -ms-animation: zoomout 0.60s; -o-animation: zoomout 0.60s; } h5.zoomout:nth-child(2) { animation-delay: 0.60s; -webkit-animation-delay: 0.60s; -moz-animation-delay: 0.60s; -ms-animation-delay: 0.60s; -o-animation-delay: 0.60s; } h5.zoomout:nth-child(3) { animation-delay: 1.20s; -webkit-animation-delay: 1.20s; -moz-animation-delay: 1.20s; -ms-animation-delay: 1.20s; -o-animation-delay: 1.20s; } h5.nofade { width: 100%; font-size: 1.75em; text-align: center; top: 45%; position: absolute; opacity: 0; border-bottom: 5px solid Lime; animation: fade-addbottomborder 2.40s linear 1.80s forwards; -webkit-animation: fade-addbottomborder 2.40s linear 1.80s forwards; -moz-animation: fade-addbottomborder 2.40s linear 1.80s forwards; -ms-animation: fade-addbottomborder 2.40s linear 1.80s forwards; -o-animation: fade-addbottomborder 2.40s linear 1.80s forwards; }
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    No-Pro but trying

    Hi Pete, Nice work, take my comments with a pinch of salt as I'm a novice - I think it would look great if you had the flame/ background as a movie. It would look so cool with him spinning the glasswork with the flame. Just a 5 second clip looping would look awesome in my humble opinion. Though it's just occurred to me that may not be possible on wordpress.
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    Excluding Animation Elements Loading Via JS?

    Thanks so much Nillervision, I wish I could repay your kindness.
  8. Is it possible to generate/ output html css3 animations via js? I'm not having any luck so far; the purpose is to exclude this animated text from the text on the page I do want indexed. <p id="OutputtedJS"></p> <script> document.getElementById(OutputtedJS).InnerHTML = "<h5 class=\"zoomout\">Fast</h5> \ <h5 class=\"zoomout\">Reliable</h5> \ <h5 class=\"zoomout\">Reliable</h5> \ <h5 class=\"zoomout\">RC ESTIMATING LTD</h5>"; </script>
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    css not being applied on elements

    Isn't it because you have padding of 0 on the parent element? If you want a padding of 0 45px; add it to the parent? .fusion-title.fusion-title-center.fusion-sep-none .title-heading-center, .fusion-title.fusion-title-center.sep-underline .title-heading-center { padding: 0; text-align: center; }
  10. Hi Guys, Sorry to be bothering the forum again. I've delayed in trying to fix myself but I'm not having much luck. I'm trying to add a second animation 'add a background-color & border-bottom' to an element via my nofade class which activates my addbottomborder keyframe. The really strange thing is dependant on what you put here it works or not. In my html I have: <h5 class="zoomout">Fast</h5> <h5 class="zoomout">Accurate</h5> <h5 class="zoomout">Reliable</h5> <h5 class="zoomout nofade">RC ESTIMATING LTD</h5> @keyframes zoomout{ 0% {transform: scale(1)} 100% {transform: scale(0.90); opacity: 100;} } h5.zoomout { width: 100%; text-align: center; top: 45%; padding: 0; margin: 0; position: absolute; display: inline-block; animation-name: zoomout; animation-duration: 3s; opacity: 0; font-size: 4em; } @keyframes addbottomborder { from {background-color: transparent; border-bottom: 0;} to {background-color: red; border-bottom: 5px solid grey !important;} } h5.nofade { animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-name: zoomout, addbottomborder; animation-delay: 12s, 15s; animation-duration: 3s, 1s; } The delay is not working on the second animation addbottomborder. Technically the background-color: red; should not come in until right at the end and no matter what I try I can't get the border-bottom to activate on the second animation nofade. Originally I thought that the second animation was not activating at all but the backgroud-color is brought in; however it's not at the correct time. It should be after the 1st animation has finished. Can anyone point out what's going on? I have the page live here.
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    Unwanted padding on Android with CSS3 Animations.

    Ok massive thanks for this Nillervision, I've been working on it constantly since your kind suggestion and it's taken me a while to grasp so hopefully this helps someone out one day. I haven't done any webdesign for some years and the integration of css3 seems quite a bit more complicated (and I never really understood CSS properly anyway so this is just for the early novices [my level]): Obviously Nillervision is far more qualified than myself and completely correct in using the Transform is better as using the Graphics Card instead of the CPU; a fact by the way which is not well known as I spent considerable time trying to find articles on it to learn further what commands do activate the graphics card - the best article I found here http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/increase-your-sites-performance-with-hardware-accelerated-css. Nillervision many thanks for your recommendation; the forum is most lucky to have you. Original CSS CPU: In the end to get my original probelm to fix I needed a more modern CSS reset. CSS3 is a lot more complicated and a simple reset of margin: 0 and padding:0 will not suffice. There's lots of different browser rendered elements (probably not the correct terminology - apologies). I incorporated the new reset https://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/ and this removed the problem of additional padding rendered to some element or another. Using Transform (Graphics Card - Hardware Accelerated) - Nillervisions Recommendation: I got really confused and spent a couple of days trying to figure this out. A much better transition with the animation, but I noticed the width was not correct; it was a little large. I had the width set to 100% on the div so I couldn't figure out what the problem was. The problem was my font was too large, strangely it wasn't bigger than the page so one would think it would not make the page wider; but for some reason it did; I'm sorry I can't explain why the page width was increased. Next I added a border to the element. However as I was previously using a decreased font-size it's containing element did not decrease in size; just it's font. However now I had a border the element was completely decreasing in size; so my border was slightly more narrow than the page. This was because the scale of the whole element is being decreased and not the font. Sorry this is quite basic, but it took my quite some time to grasp so I hope this may help someone one day. I've now run into another problem trying to add multiple animations but I'll be posting a seperate thread shortly as I've read many articles on implementing multiple animations but it doesn't seem to be working. Thanks again Nillervision.
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    Unwanted padding on Android with CSS3 Animations.

    Fantastic, many thanks Nillervision.
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    Unwanted padding on Android with CSS3 Animations.

    Hi Guys, been a long time since posting here so hope all of you are well. I started messing around with animations a couple of days ago and managed to get it working for a brief minute then lost it again. I have an animation http://concretepokerrepair.co.uk/index2.php which does not give me unwanted padding on a desktop, however on Android portrait it's fine, but turning it to landscape view I get massive unwanted padding on the top. It's like the device is taking the old portrait resolution and using that amount of pixels to offset the margin at the top. Is anyone able to shed some light on this? <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <body> <h5 class="welcome">Fast</h5> <h5 class="welcome">Accurate</h5> </body> @keyframes zoomin { 0% {font-size: 5em;} 90% {font-size: 3em; opacity: 100;} 100% {font-size: 3em; opacity: 0;} /*100% {opacity: 0;}*/ } h5.welcome { font-size: 3em; animation-duration: 4s; animation-name: zoomin; animation-timing-function: ease-in-out; text-align: center; margin: 45% 0; padding: 0; position: absolute; text-align: center; width: 100%; opacity: 0; } h5.welcome:nth-child(2){ animation-delay: 4s; }
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    Do people actually trust client testimonials?

    "Properly attributed" what exactly is meant by this? I think the only reveiws worth any salt are facebook reviews, even they are vulnerable to abuse as it takes mere minutes to create a profile. I've heard about competitors creating fake profiles to slander their competition and self-promotors artificially increasing their ranking so I don't pay too much attention to them, however I must say out of instinct I do not pay too much attention to firms with several negative ratings.
  15. Hi Ameen, sorry to hear your troubles. My advice would be to take the money and settle. The English legal system is a farce, an absolute farce. The only benefitors are the proprietors of it. We had a company commit fraud by altering invoices after we signed them for greater amounts and the court ruled without a formal hearing at 50 - 50. We had a Police reports etc .... I'll stop sorry mid-rant. Short version: settle, though our work is in a complete different area we receive schedule payments nowadays and until the law changes we will never go back to receiving payment post contract.