It aint fnished. Sneek Peek? hence the words lol...Basically it'll rip your feeds rss from your site, like a Blog RSS Feed Directory site basically..If thats what you want to call it. Started yesterday. Pretty nice Jquery features I added, fixing up some align issues.
while the effects are neat... I find them problematic.
They cause a non required delay due to the transition. I'd prefer, and often use, just a simple div that appears centered. You can do this with the jQuery library... you just need to get the client widith and height, figure the size of your div, and use simple math to subtract and get the differences. Don't forget to take into account page / browser padding ;)
But the site looks very web2.0, looks like it could be promising.
Just a couple things i noticed, i know it's "sneak peak", but...
The login box didnt go away after i logged in, and the alert boxes are a little... odd. Not use to seeing those nowadays, i think a little unobtrusive notice update on the page would do just fine.
Make it noticeable, but dont lock up the UI.
That's another thing to take into account when designing an User Interface, every time you lock up the UI, you're running a risk. So you need to give them a reliable way to close or cancel any UI lock ups.
But like i said, looks neat. I'll check it out again in a few days.
Yeah alert boxes are anoyying giong to add effects. What browser your in that it didn't go away?
Thanks for your reply.
I was using FF on mac os x. I'll test it on my home computer again, just to see if it's isolated to macs. That happens with sometimes with jQuery, even some of their examples/demos dont work on my macbook pro w/ FF.
Just to reiterate, it was the login box that didn't close, not the alert boxes.
Last edited by dschreck : 11-14-2007 at 07:05 PM.
Reason: added side note.