I added them for you. Take a look at the ones that I used. It's at least a good starting point for useful tags. WordPress and "Web Design" are the two most critical tags for a topic of this nature. I was pretty torn using the "theme" tag, but I think it will prove to be useful.
Sliders are the spawn of evil. Why do you need sliders? They increase load time, and really glitchy.
Managing the one the devs put on our website is nothing but a pain. Looks nice tho, and keeping all the graphics slider images super super tiny doesn't hit load times to badly. At least it hasn't yet knock on wood
Hmm so finally got infront of a computer, started from the bottom and worked my way up through the solutions and the most annoying thing is the problem more so appears to be my "content content content..." eh? Copied 5 paragraphs for Lerem Ipsum; turned height to auto and bam everything was perfect.
It didnt even attempt to format to the right when I copied the paragraphs in....
So thats really strange and annoying cause I was already adjusting height: auto; before making the post =/
Thanks for all your help guys! And hey, if you've got any suggestions for the website I'd love to hear them.
P.S. what are these developer tools you all speak of? The only website tool I've used is Firebug so I'd love to know of something else.
EDIT: Literally didnt even need to height: auto; just added the paragraphs and bam, worked how I wanted it. I literally didnt even have a problem! Just the content I added somehow screwed it all up???
Developer tools is like firebug but its on chrome, but its built in. Just hit F12. Firefox has tools built in also.
Don't fault them, Just felt that WP was more of a bloggers CMS.
Still is, I think. The focus is really around blogging and other things are extensions or add ons. It's generally a good platform, but it is heavily designed around the blog format. I mean for the first many years the idea of using it for anything except a blog was unheard of.
No browser supports HTML5 completely correctly. Granted there are ones that do it better than others.
Partially because the final spec is just one day old. But in general, all HTML support is always just "really close." The closer the better, and that is what they generally compete over.
Agreed - and as we all know, until recently MS/IE just used to do their own thing, but now they seem to be at least trying to play better.
As far back as IE7 there has always been extra code snippets that will have to be added to deal with browser inconsistencies with HTML, XHTML and CSS. Most often MS was last to the party and only if you add proprietary coding.
What notification are you expecting? It doesn't send emails. I use the "Unread" option to see when new stuff has posted. The "bell" icon is supposed to show notifications but I'm not sure how well that it works.
user x replied in your thread.
user x quoted you in thread.
That is all I need, standard stuff in other forums.
Notifications should be standard, but it informs me of any thread/any post made, which defeats the object.