Calling all web designers.
What are you working on?
What framework or none at all?
Pro or hobbyist?
Web design general!
Amateur web designer here. This is my latest project using PHP and MySQL. Building it has helped me get into a bit of PHP and MySQL is a piss take. Been having trouble figuring out a solution to allow multiple file uploads to be written to a MySQL table in PHP.
Hm...that seems like an interesting project.
Maybe I might try something like that. I want to sharpen my PHP skills and I've already got a PHP and MySQL database running on my home server for the sake of my webmail interface.
Used to make static pages / add little PHP because my clients don't need a lot of interactive shit just pictures and a phone number. Also they love the fact that they can write their own pages in markdown, it makes them feel competent.
Now learning Flask + sqlite for a slightly bigger project
nobody says you need to use their JS.. the way I use it is, just import the stuff I really use and write my own JS for menus, dropdowns and so forth..
ps, you can't have a responsive mobile navigation without JS.
Sorry, not everyone wants to throw away a perfectly functional smartphone just because something newer and shinier comes out.
I'm confused, what does that have to do with responsiveness?
the menu needs to be hidden, since it confuses people with to many options at first visit. how am I supposed to hide it without JS and it has to be mobile compatible???
you can't use :hover since i don't think that would work well on mobiles.
also, you are confusing responsive and adaptive. Adaptive
sites are those with width:100%; everywehre.
You can definitely do a hamburger menu in pure CSS. And definitely do not need endless js for decent, navigatable mobile design.
Pro, expression engine/code igniter back end, currently using kube for front end responsive design. Looking to leave php behind in the next few years.
>What are you working on?
Still trying to write my own blogging tool
>inb4 use X
I'm doing it for the heck of it.
>What framework or none at all?
>Pro or hobbyist?
Professional non-web dev. So this is just for the kicks.
I would recommend you to take you own advice.
<!-- yes, I know...wanna fight about it? -->
ga('create', 'UA-45956659-1', 'motherfuckingwebsite.com');
lol, you are actually right.. I'm emulating mobile app behavior.
Also, I didn't write euphoric... I don't judge fedora people ;)
its just a design choice, the site would feel empty without those icons. Right now I don't even know what to put in this settings menu..
also, people expect those sites to look like that (Pic related)
Amateur level web designer.
I sell websites for $2k through my current job. Boss finds clients who need websites, I design it in Adobe Muse and sell it to the clients for $2k. Boss takes 30% commission.
Coding is for autists.
where do you find retards willing to pay 2k for pure static sites made in muse..
Also, I think you are a fuckin adobe shill. Nobody uses muse (maybe some retards still use dreamweaver).
Everyone who owns a business and its not failing. I'm from Australia, so people are used to ridiculous prices.
I'm not an Adobe shill, I just grew up using their software (photoshop, illustrator, indesign) and when I saw they made a click and drag web builder (fuck dreamweaver) I jumped on it.
Nobody gives a shit about how a website is made, and the people who Right click > View source aren't my target market.
If the website looks good to them on their laptop and phone, they're sold. I sometimes throw in an E commerce package from shopify for an extra $2k if they're a business.
I'm a problem solved. I know what good websites look like, but couldn't code. So I found Adobe Muse, started making sites and ta-da! Making bank without having to learn shit.
Costs me $15 a month though. Fucking Adobe Creative Cloud shit.
but seriously dude, why don't you sell them wordpress sites? You don't even have to code, just buy some template site subscriptions.
You would make those sites faster and they would be more usable for your customers.
Word press sites aren't as customisable as an Adobe site. I've made 3 templates in Muse already, I just change them up for different clients and I'm done.
But perhaps you're right, and I'm wrong. But I've learned how to use Muse and it's working well for me.
i'm currently thinking of a way on how to integrate the vaporwave style or borderline surfcore style into a modern website.
>Word press sites aren't as customisable as an Adobe site
are you serious?? Wordpress is mainly concerned with backend. You can customise your HTML output however you want (if you know some php)..
But even if you don't know php, you can edit the css files to change it. And you could hardcode HTML in template files...
This is great. Though you shouldn't be able to click on the Upload button without selecting a file to be uploaded. Also, it should play the video that you've just uploaded.