Coming Soon Dark Force


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Subject: Coming Soon Dark Force
Coming Soon Dark Force Style.

2011_04_22_001514

I have to finish some icons again, and then publish it, in the meantime can you tell me if you think something should be changed (I accept any kind of advice)

You can see it live Here

I look forward to your opinion. :P

Best Regards.

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
One can't see the icons or what they are supposed to represent. :(

Maybe too black?

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Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
Looks nice 'n dark TopoMotoV3X :wink:

Just two things I noticed on a quick look:

- The background used may be not so screen friendly (on scroll at least one of my screens starts flickering colours)
- the bottom new topic button looks like a tab of the icon description box (I would give it some space below :wink: )

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
these flickering colours use to come up, if you use moz ( rgba ) transparencies

happend to me aswell, when developing an theme

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
Joshua203 wrote: [View Post]

- The background used may be not so screen friendly (on scroll at least one of my screens starts flickering colours)


I don't understand what you mean by starts flickering colors.

Joshua203 wrote: [View Post]

- the bottom new topic button looks like a tab of the icon description box (I would give it some space below :wink: )

I optimized the space of the icon, I can not do much more, but now is equal to the styles of icy.
icon

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
TopoMotoV3X wrote: [View Post]

I don't understand what you mean by starts flickering colors.

I mean that when I scroll.. the black background does not stay black (could be because of what Spydie says, but could also be my monitor quality I don't know).

TopoMotoV3X wrote: [View Post]

I optimized the space of the icon, I can not do much more, but now is equal to the styles of icy.

Yes I now see it's default space ..my bad I guess :oops:

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
Thanks Joshua, I tested this style with IE7, IE8, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, and also with the iphone... I have not encountered any problems, but should seek the advice of someone else, maybe spydie could give an opinion if he can.

Thanks Guys.

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
got a little flickering aswell, I supose its from the background repeating when you scroll

BTW seeing the lang links in the top of the forum.

Just had an idea.

what about doing lang switch automaticly getting the data from the user navigator and system by js check

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
may be an optical affection, made ​​from decorations the background... :oops:

Speak the same JavaScript that I used in Icy Phoenix Local Server Setup, Some time ago I used this js for recognizing the language of the user on the forum, but I have not had good results.....

practically, it continues to load pages indefinitely, then I gave up this, but reviewing all with a bit of calm is not a bad idea.

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
There are a lot or warnings with your theme - 428 to be precise. :(

Most of it is coming from the badly scripted "BoardNews" - And some you have created yourself.

The script below needs "tables" as you can't have <tr><td> inside <div's>

div's need to be either outside of a table, or inside the <td>

Anyway - here's one that you should fix up? ;)

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<div id="bg">

<--- Start table here --->

<tr>
<td width="100%" colspan="3" valign="top">

<div id="top_logo">
<table class="" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td align="left" height="100%" valign="middle">
<div id="logo-img"><a href="http://www.hellomotorazrforum.com/index.php" title="Home"><img src="http://www.hellomotorazrforum.com/templates/hmr/images/dark_force/sitelogo_small.png" alt="Home" title="Home" /></a></div>
</td>
<td align="center" valign="middle">&nbsp;</td>

<td align="right" valign="middle">
<!-- <div class="sitedes"><h1>Mobile Modding Community</h1></div> -->

&nbsp; </td>
</tr>
</table>
</div>
</td>
</tr>

<--- Finish table here --->

</div>



And another one. :mryellow:

<th width="180"><ul class="lastpost">&nbsp;Last Post&nbsp;</ul></th>

If you are going to use <ul> like you have here: (Though I have no idea why you can't pass that to the <th class=" etc, or at most use a <span class="etc)

With <ul's> you need to make it like this: <ul class="lastpost"><li>&nbsp;Last Post&nbsp;</li></ul>

You may even have to give the line a class, depending on what you are trying to do?

That should fix some of the problems - Only 424 to go! :mryellow:

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Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
Thank you for your valuable advice, I was wondering where you can read errors on a page?
Last night I did some tests, to give a fixed width to the panel's response, but I'm not sure this will be integrated into dark force style.
before entering the ul tag, I tried using span, and giving <th class, but it did not work, so I gave a drastic solution. :P

PS: The news board is not integrated into the style, is part of hellomotorazr Site.

Regards.

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
TopoMotoV3X wrote: [View Post]
Thank you for your valuable advice, I was wondering where you can read errors on a page?


I use FF and the HTML Validator extension and have it active in the icon tray. (You have to use the validator settings to do that) - Then one can see if or not one is fixing something - Or making it worse! :mryellow:
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Last night I did some tests, to give a fixed width to the panel's response, but I'm not sure this will be integrated into dark force style.


If the theme is designed to be fluid - (to suit all screen-widths) then using fixed width's is not a good idea.

Quote:

before entering the ul tag, I tried using span, and giving <th class, but it did not work, so I gave a drastic solution. :P


Drastic solutions are not really the way to go. Try changing the <th to <td and give a class of its own - using the same css markup that the <th uses?

Quote:

PS: The news board is not integrated into the style, is part of hellomotorazr Site.

Regards.


I know! But it sure is a mess as far as its markup goes. :P

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Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
Great! I did not know this application in Firefox, I fixed all the warnings about the style, fixed size of the box "Last Post" I have decided to set to 185px, I find that is much more ordered. :wink:

Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
There's still a few problems? :shock:

I don't know what this is supposed to do as it's ignored by the browsers - It's the wrong use for it, and it doesn't mean anything?

white-space: 300px;

http://www.w3schools.com/CSS/pr_text_white-space.asp

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This one is an Icy Phoenix problem! :mryellow:

FF no longer uses it - It now uses "opacity" by itself, and has done for some time. ;)

-moz-opacity:

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trasparent?

<div class="cse-branding-right" style="background-color:trasparent;color:#000000">

Anyway - You're on the right track, as FF HTML Validator will show you all these errors when you spend some time investigating "Why you have red indicators at the top r/h side of FF" and checking the Error Console as well etc.

They also indicate javascript errors - -

:LOL:

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Subject: Re: Coming Soon Dark Force
mort wrote: [View Post]

trasparent?

<div class="cse-branding-right" style="background-color:trasparent;color:#000000">

Anyway - You're on the right track, as FF HTML Validator will show you all these errors when you spend some time investigating "Why you have red indicators at the top r/h side of FF" and checking the Error Console as well etc.


I do not have this item in tpl Dark Force, I checked all the css of this style, and I have no red.
You can check how many alerts you see now? because to me now says zero errors and zero warnings.

Many thanks bro. :wink:

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