Vager's forum posts

#1 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -

@alexisg: Ya, It's no longer an issue. Seems to have been fixed.

#2 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -

The URLs lose their first forward slash.

For example, "giantbomb.com/forums/bug-reporting-33/" becomes "http://www.giantbomb.comforums/bug-reporting-33/".

Thanks to @hamst3r for noticing this problem.

#3 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -
#4 Edited by Vager (1653 posts) -

@frobie: I'm occasionally noticing a chat showing up on chats resource that's inaccessible by users. I assume it's you guys working on the chat privately. Any way we can get field to show this? Or just have this this type of chat hidden on the API. The last one of these happened late Friday night.

#5 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -

Twitter syncing will be fixed in the upcoming site redesign next month.

#6 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -

After a number of hours trying, I finally beat him. Awesome game all around!

#7 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -

Awesome job! Only got him down to a quarter health once after 30 minutes of trying. Arggh, I'm going to make it my life's mission to beat Modok Davis.

#8 Posted by Vager (1653 posts) -

An hour or two to go. Can't wait!

#9 Edited by Vager (1653 posts) -

@MrMooEar: Played it, and it's awesome! I've always liked the concept of Monster Hunter but can never get into the way the game controls. Put in $15 for Fortnight, can't wait to watch the whole game jam process!

Also here's the video for anyone who hasn't seen it:

#10 Edited by Vager (1653 posts) -

I'll reiterate the greatness of Sublime Text 2. There's a bunch of videos explaining the features of the editor here.

I would avoid duplicate ids on elements in the same page. Usually, they are for marking unique sections of the site. Such as your news feed or "Hottest Stuff" list on the sidebar. For example you could have Hottest Stuff and Latest Release share a class called "box", which would have all the styles that are shared between them. And then use the ID to add styles that are unique that box alone.

.box { padding: 10px; border: 1px solid black; // more shared styles }

.box a { font-weight: bold; // more shared styles }

#hot.box { color: red; // more unique styles }

#releases.box { color: green; // more unique styles }

So if you ever wanted to add another box in the sidebar you could just give it the box class and it will look like the others except the unique styles that were given via the ids.

Also the border-radius styles you have on #main. You could shorten that to just "border-radius: 5px;". Don't think you need the experimentals ( -webkit, -moz, etc ) either. I believe all updated modern browsers fully support it now.

Keep it up.