This is a sample, but the colour is the same right throughout the forums and site in general.
I really have to strain and get close up to see it. If the text were the same colour as in here (this reply) then it would be great.
How bizaar this is in Firefox:
This is in Chrome:
Note how the sub text in Firefox is more legible and in normal text. In Chrome the sub text is faint and italic
Interesting... not how it should look not how it does on my Chrome or my other devices. I’ll dig around!
If it's any help this is the Chrome version:
Looks good to me. It's why I think using templates from a reliable designer are so important. It amazes me that Russ' designs don't vary much between browsers... I pray for the day we see true cross-browser compatibility.
you can switch user agents on mac....
Switching user agents only tells a server what version of a page to serve - spoofing. It doesn't mean that what you're having rendered in your browser is what you'd actually see using the browser that is the subject of the spoof.
I did make a change in the fonts which I hope helped a bit!
IE still gets me, but... that's IE what can I say.
I like the new style for pixelexit and the new Nova style. It seems just as good as FlatAwesome. I like the direction PE is going.
Sooo, what do you have cooking now?
The site looks very neat and i like the style. Keep making the site more interesting
We have another style close to going live with a product preview. It's a dark style that is looking really cool . After that... I do have other styles in the works but they're in the early stages.
I'm also working on getting a nice little custom plugin created for our site which will help with custom work. Essentially it will turn threads into "projects" that lets us and the client create tasks. I'm really excited for this addition, I love task lists . I have the front-end concept all coded and the back-end coding is about to start. This is a little preview of the concept I have in mind, it's early and will have other items too it but ideally, this part is meant to stay simple. You know from experience Alfa previously we just used posts and inline-lists, hopefully, this will organize it a bit better.
That's pretty neat!
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