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  1. Hi I would like to know which e-commece platforms are ideal for designers? I have experience in CSS and HTML and would like to add some basic JQuery to the site. I would like to have as much control as possible over the design of the site. Ideally i would like to make a responsive site using Dreamweaver CS5 and just use the platform for the cart etc. Let me know if you need any further info. Your help is really appreciated.
  2. Hi all, got a potential project in the pipeline and could do with your advice. It is for a mentoring website aimed at people who want to learn permaculture reiki and other eco and new age things. I have no idea of what frameworks would work best; magneto, Wordpress or Drupel or another? Any advice welcome. Rough plan below: Mentoring Website for the New Age and Eco Communities Site Map · Home · About · How it Works · Sign Up (for both Mentors and Students) · Profiles of Mentors Teachers · Short Description, Long Description, Photos, Links, Booking Form with world clock, Costs per hour Courses, Testimonials, Documents, You Tube videos · Payment system (possibly one that allows a percentage to go to another account besides the main one) · Mailing List · Contact · Links Client Area - Content Management Systems Client area with calendar of bookings, costs, profile details Mentor Area with calendar of bookings, costs, profile details and editing abilities Web Designer Owner area with more power to adjust other areas of the site including removing profiles Mail System · Automated Mail Outs for periods of inactivity · Allows for promotions · Email lost passwords etc YouTube Interview Mentors for YouTube videos, links to and from the relevant pages on the website Testimonials from past students and clients Possibly a free introduction lesson or overview of their field of expertise
  3. OlssonFabian

    HTML/CSS behind elements

    Hello fellow webdesigners, I am currently working on a webpage hosted by a platform, This platform is very easy to use however it does'nt got very flashy details and so on. It's built in a way that allows me to insert html/pictures/links as objects on areas. and these elements are then lined in a row after eachother. And I want a flashy NAVbar that includes mouseover effects and marked effects acting behind these elements like a copy. the only way to achieve the navbar is by creating a new html object controlled by CSS, And I've created a very nice Navbar but its pushing the other elements away above itself and I want it to run behind the elements that's controlled by the platform. Please see attached file: ( Note I can NOT change/edit the html that controlls the webshop since it's provided by the platform ) So here's my code as it is currently. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css"> </head> <body> <div class="main-nav-top"> <a href="#">WEBSHOP</a> <span></span> <a href="#">VÅRA MC</a> <span></span> <a href="#">BUTIK</a> <span></span> <a href="#">OM OSS</a> <span></span> <a href="#" class="current">INFO</a> <span></span> <a href="#">VERKSTAD</a> <span></span> </div> </body> </html> Controlled by this CSS string: .main-nav-top { background: black url("main-nav-bg.jpg"); border-bottom: 1px solid #a4a4a4; border-top: 1px solid #a4a4a4; height: 47px; width: 1070px;}.main-nav-top a { color: white; display: block; float: left; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 0.95em; height: 32px; padding: 15px 20px 0; text-decoration: none; text-transform: uppercase;}.main-nav-top a.current { background: url("main-nav-bg-current.jpg");}.main-nav-top a:hover { background: url("main-nav-bg-hover.jpg");}.main-nav-top span { background: url("main-nav-bg-divider.jpg"); display: block; float: left; height: 100%; width: 1px;}PS I'm not to familiar with coding since I normally just create the graphics.I consider the one who solves this as a god, period.
  4. I wanna make cross platform mobile applications. I am planning to use phoneGap development for this purpose. Is it good or some other better choice available?