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ninjabyte website lauched

Started by DarkestEx, October 14, 2015, 11:32:34 PM

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DarkestEx

Hey guys!

WE FINALLY LAUNCHED OUR NEW WEBSITE  ;D
http://www.ninjabyte.eu/

I designed and programmed it and then made a design for the razor CMS out of it.
The CMS used has been heavily customized by me and does now perfectly fit our needs.
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Max Leiter

Looks great! Much better than the original concept you put on IRC a few days ago :P

Araidia

Love it! I also enjoyed seeing the changes made by other suggestions!
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DJ Omnimaga

I saw some early concepts but had no time to reply. I like this new version much better, though. My only suggestion would be to make the green a bit darker, but not too much. The white text on green is a little hard to read.
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Yuki

That's a pretty nice site you have here, I guess the tips I gave you proved useful.
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Unicorn

Indeed, that looks quite amazing!
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Streetwalrus

Looking good. A couple suggestions :
- this green is contrasty enough behind white, which makes the smaller text on the right less readable
- CSS doesn't have as much of a 1337 factor than a programming language, you should change that pic :P
- the breadboard picture isn't cropped properly, I only see the wires and the multimeter in the background

DarkestEx


Thanks :)

Quote from: Streetwalrus on October 15, 2015, 06:45:19 AM
Looking good. A couple suggestions :
- this green is contrasty enough behind white, which makes the smaller text on the right less readable
- CSS doesn't have as much of a 1337 factor than a programming language, you should change that pic [emoji14]
- the breadboard picture isn't cropped properly, I only see the wires and the multimeter in the background
Well about the green I might look into it, though the main site contents are readable. I might add some contrast here.

Well I will add additional images but as I like the CSS one I will keep it.

The images are cropped for you, right, because this is done right in the browser to fill as much as possible. The image doesn't stretch on different resolutions. I can't change anything here.
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utz

Love how this looks great even without any pesky javascript.
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DarkestEx

Quote from: utz on October 15, 2015, 09:52:40 AM
Love how this looks great even without any pesky javascript.
Yea I haven't used any JavaScript for the site at all, only CSS3. The only JavaScript on the site is for the blog cms.
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Streetwalrus

Quote from: DarkestEx on October 15, 2015, 09:41:08 AM
The images are cropped for you, right, because this is done right in the browser to fill as much as possible. The image doesn't stretch on different resolutions. I can't change anything here.
I suppose with a CSS transform you can move the image up.

DarkestEx

Quote from: Streetwalrus on October 15, 2015, 10:23:47 AM
Quote from: DarkestEx on October 15, 2015, 09:41:08 AM
The images are cropped for you, right, because this is done right in the browser to fill as much as possible. The image doesn't stretch on different resolutions. I can't change anything here.
I suppose with a CSS transform you can move the image up.
Well the images are for some reason also changing in height (I don't remember why I did that), so I ended up centering it.
I think I can just leave the sides long
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Streetwalrus

Another option would be to make another photo with a closer view of the breadboard, this way it will be centered and look good.

DJ Omnimaga

Now to find a way to make CW theme look decent under the Ninjabytes colors in the Microcat subforum... I think that it will just be some small changes involving mostly the green background and bars, though. It also depends if Street prefers that that sub-forum simply uses extra CSS that overrides the default, but I would prefer that he doesn't use any javascript for such thing.
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DarkestEx

CSS itself allows easy overriding without any JavaScript. I can come up with an overriding stylesheet quite easily.
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