• Web Development - WAYWO - #8
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Its a tad plain at the moment, the title looks a little odd in black. Try a thinner font for the title with a slightly larger size, and perhaps make it white instead.
[QUOTE=Amiga OS;40024210]Its a tad plain at the moment, the title looks a little odd in black. Try a thinner font for the title with a slightly larger size, and perhaps make it white instead.[/QUOTE] Changed and I do think it looks better, will make a small logo at some point, also added some more text on the homepage and a submission form, hopefully to get some content on there
[t]http://i.imgur.com/kSYdtv0.png[/t] Just a few more tweaks.
[QUOTE=nehkz;40000953]Does anyone know a lightweight blogging software? Since I don't know any back-end languages I can't write my own.[/QUOTE] If you don't care about comments/etc and just want posts/pages/etc I built a quick static-blog generator in Lua: [url]http://pointlessramblings.com/pages/Luapress.html[/url] There's also Octopress, Jekyll which both do similar things. [editline]24th March 2013[/editline] [QUOTE=Amiga OS;40024956][t]http://i.imgur.com/kSYdtv0.png[/t] Just a few more tweaks.[/QUOTE] Looks nice, maybe make the borders between regrets 1/2px? And the 'meta' text under each entry could be a little bigger. Also the G in the title appears to be slightly more left than the main content.
Thanks for the feedback, I'll do that when I next go into the code, this really was just a 2 hour mess about, I'm hoping it'll get enough interest to justify spending more time designing it properly and adding things such as categories and ratings, perhaps have it user moderated too
[QUOTE=Amiga OS;40024956][t]http://i.imgur.com/kSYdtv0.png[/t] Just a few more tweaks.[/QUOTE] MLIA
Getting back in the web development groove with a little file host type web app. [IMG]http://puu.sh/2nog4[/IMG]
Clueless moron trying to make his wordpress page look ok. [url=http://bananacraft.me/]Here.[/url]
Always enjoying reading this thread, I wanted to have a go at node.js, and I have to say, I REALLY LIKE IT! This was my "website" (if you can call it one), just a static html page, with some dynamic images: [img]http://i.imgur.com/rQWEOXQ.png[/img] Using some node.js, I made this, which replaced it: [img]http://i.imgur.com/3Pxpdjf.png[/img] Nothing too fancy, but it does exactly what I wanted :P
[QUOTE=marvincmarvin;40027763]Getting back in the web development groove with a little file host type web app. [IMG]http://puu.sh/2nog4[/IMG][/QUOTE] The gradient makes the edge look a bit odd IMO. The font is also a bit too thin and copyright, e-mail hidden thingy, and the length verification have a colour that makes it hard to read.
Ruby apparently supports [code] if something then # do something end [/code] syntax huh
[QUOTE=Ac!dL3ak;40037452]Ruby apparently supports [code] if something then # do something end [/code] syntax huh[/QUOTE] You don't need the "then". Were you using curly braces or something?
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;40037544]You don't need the "then". Were you using curly braces or something?[/QUOTE] No, I know I don't need the then. I just found it quite interesting; I've used ruby for quite a while, and I know the syntax, I was just surprised I could use it there. It kinda reminds me of Lua.
I really dig this whole thing: [code] do_something unless shouldnt_do_something? do_something if should_do_something? [/code]
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;40038603]I really dig this whole thing: [code] do_something unless shouldnt_do_something? do_something if should_do_something? [/code][/QUOTE] Surely this would make it hard to read and understand when coming back to old code, since you might not notice the following if when scanning the code?
[code]if true then A else B end [/code] and all of its transliterated forms, brackets or not, is so much easier to follow
[QUOTE=cyber_cam34;40040061]Surely this would make it hard to read and understand when coming back to old code, since you might not notice the following if when scanning the code?[/QUOTE] I haven't had an issue with it yet. I don't write stupidly long lines of code so it's not something that ever hangs way off to the side out of sight.
Also, syntax highlighting.
Seeing that we all [i]love[/i] PHP: [url]http://www.addedbytes.com/blog/if-php-were-british/[/url]
[QUOTE=Fizzadar;40044429]Seeing that we all [i]love[/i] PHP: [url]http://www.addedbytes.com/blog/if-php-were-british/[/url][/QUOTE] I actually want that.
[QUOTE=Jelly;40042243]Also, syntax highlighting.[/QUOTE] Yeah that too haha. I'm of the opinion that the closer my code is to natural english the better. Code is written to be read by people, not machines.
[QUOTE=benjojo;40045648]I actually want that.[/QUOTE] It would make things a bit more consistent :v:
str_to_widget strtothing str2caps str_2_craziness
I wonder if anyone has written a library that normalizes PHP's crazy function names.
[QUOTE=Fizzadar;40044429]Seeing that we all [i]love[/i] PHP: [url]http://www.addedbytes.com/blog/if-php-were-british/[/url][/QUOTE] reminds me of [url]http://spiffingcss.com/[/url]
[QUOTE=cyber_cam34;40040061]Surely this would make it hard to read and understand when coming back to old code, since you might not notice the following if when scanning the code?[/QUOTE] It's not really hard to read at all after you acknowledge the existence of such type of statements. The only problem I have myself is reading the conditions specified for until and unless statements because in Italian until is usually followed by a negation (e.g.: the sentence "wait until the cake is ready" in Italian, if translated literally to english would be "wait until the cake isn't ready") so it confuses the fuck out of me when trying to read the conditions because my brain "auto-negates" them.
[QUOTE=Amiga OS;40046078]I wonder if anyone has written a library that normalizes PHP's crazy function names.[/QUOTE] They call that fork Python I think.
[QUOTE=John the Gr8;40046534]reminds me of [url]http://spiffingcss.com/[/url][/QUOTE] Awsome, combine for epic win.
Been having fun with javascript made a little sandbox [url]http://keyo.co/rocket/[/url] [img]http://tbx.me/4ObjR.png[/img] Seems to run best on chrome/chromium.
I learned a little bit about how hard my server can take requests today when I had to handle 80k+ hits in just a couple hours, that was fun!
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