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Offline Data Topic starter
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HTML5 Site Changes


Recently the site has been up-dated, some of the up-dates are HTML5, to view the site correctly you will need a browser that supports HTML5, IE9 or Google Chrome would do.  

Here is a screenshot of the sites new appearance:

                  http://www.datahopa.co.uk/Datahopa_WebSite.jpg
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Click it to enlarge.


If you don’t see the site with rounded corners and dropdown shadows, as it is in the screenshot, and you have an HTML5 browser, press Ctrl and F5 on your keyboard and hold them down for a couple of seconds, to force a re-load.

You might want to do that on any page that doesn’t look right, including www.datahopa.co.uk, which has had a redesign too.

Posted May 25, 2011, 22:17:30 PM
Last Edit: May 25, 2011, 23:17:25 PM by Snowcrash
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Offline Freddy
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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


Looks cool  Cool  It makes me think of hifi separates for some reason, kinda modular or something.  Good work Smiley

Posted May 26, 2011, 10:56:24 AM Logged

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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


I thought the search modules looked like a stacked HiFi too, Im liking the new look site  Kiss  took me a while to get it how I wanted it but well worth the work.

Thanks for the positive feedback Freddy Cheesy

Posted May 26, 2011, 12:11:48 PM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


Looked a little odd with the square corners and no drop shadow on them.

Looking much better with all curved corners and all drop shadow.

Just to be me  Shocked Tongue  Whilst writing this I notice 'post reply' section has not been Datacurveyshadowified.

Posted May 26, 2011, 18:04:49 PM
Last Edit: May 26, 2011, 19:15:13 PM by Snowcrash
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Offline Snowcrash
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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


And you've changed the background colour to 1 colour in the main gallery sections. Looks better in IE9 now.
Bloody MS  Roll Eyes

Posted May 26, 2011, 18:10:48 PM Logged
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Offline Data Topic starter
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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


There’s a new word for google  Datacurveyshadowified  Cheesy

Yeah I had the idea to make all the public parts of the site with that technique and leave most of the private stuff alone, I’ve noticed that I’ve missed a few of the public blocks, will get round to doing them at some point. 

And yes I have had to tweak parts of the gallery to get it to display right in all browsers, some lovely “bad HTML” did the job nicely innocent

So much more important to have the site display right rather than making the site conform to standards. IMHO.

Posted May 26, 2011, 18:24:49 PM Logged

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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


I’ve had a couple of e-mails, people saying that they don’t see the rounded corners or shadows on the site.

This site is now HTML5 you have to use a modern browser to view all the latest Internet techniques.

Personally I cant understand why anyone would use an old browser, we are constantly warned of viruses and nasty things on the web, common sense says to up-date to the latest version but still people are using IE6, 7 and 8.

People with XP should use Google Chrome or Firefox because Microsoft refuse to make IE9 for XP.

Posted May 30, 2011, 11:08:05 AM Logged

Offline Freddy
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Re: HTML5 Site Changes


It's also unfair to expect site designers to design things especially for their out of date software.

Posted May 30, 2011, 11:30:27 AM Logged
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