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    Yeah haha - I sort of noticed that myself and was starting to think about a Wordpress sort of site. But I think for now just having that as is (as one .png file) on the bio section would be fine and then if I ever have to update it or change its styling to match the site a bit more I can always just update the photoshop file and then just update the png file in the code.

    If it's easier for you, i've also separated everything on that one image into separate files (not sure what would be best/what you prefer), but here's the link to all of the individual files (have it in a zip folder): http://ge.tt/78ko6ST/v/0?c

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    Hey,

    Just wondering if you needed anything else from me (file wise)? The bio page looks great in terms of the layout - I guess just the photos and the background need to be added, and then the glitch thing (if that's possible to fix). I know before the header was glitching but now the header is perfectly fine and it's just the content and the footer. No rush, but just wanted to make sure you didn't need anything else from me at this point, and if you do I can send over whatever files or anything you need!

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake_A_T View Post
    Hey,

    Just wondering if you needed anything else from me (file wise)? The bio page looks great in terms of the layout - I guess just the photos and the background need to be added, and then the glitch thing (if that's possible to fix). I know before the header was glitching but now the header is perfectly fine and it's just the content and the footer. No rush, but just wanted to make sure you didn't need anything else from me at this point, and if you do I can send over whatever files or anything you need!

    Thanks again!
    I'm currently working on a paid website for a company. - I was thinking of rebuilding your website using Zend framework.

    I'm not sure yet, while see but I am still working on your website yes there is still glitches that need to be fixed.

    The jQuery should be set to {display:none} just haven't done it yet.
    ... then continue with fadeIn script.


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    Ah alright, no problem at all! They definitely have a great person working on their site as well!

    Yeah, whatever you think would work best/be the best route for the site works for me - I've seen that you know what you're doing/what's best so I trust you 100%

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    Ok. I have done somethings to your website.

    http://5.175.183.24/ Here is the result

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    Hey,

    That looks pretty awesome - I like how it's all functioning and everything!

    I just have a couple questions since i'm not used to Wordpress:

    1. If I want to edit any content/styles, etc myself, how would that be possible (I know with HTML/CSS you just change the code and that updates it, so just wondering how I would obtain whatever it is that would allow me to alter the site as needed), or what that requires?

    2. Just wondering if with a wordpress site you're able to assign your own domain name to it without the "wordpress" in the address like you are able to with an html/css site?

    3. With wordpress is there a way you can add background music when you go to the page, or a music player option to the page?

    It definitely does look great though, but was just wondering about those 3 things since i've never used wordpress before haha.

    Thanks!!

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    1. If I want to edit any content/styles, etc myself, how would that be possible (I know with HTML/CSS you just change the code and that updates it, so just wondering how I would obtain whatever it is that would allow me to alter the site as needed), or what that requires?

    WordPress works around themes, if you want to the change look of the whole website you simply change the theme from downloading one from Google or major theme providers "WooThemes, etc". No major scripting is needed unless you want to edit a feature of a theme/plugin.
    2. Just wondering if with a wordpress site you're able to assign your own domain name to it without the "wordpress" in the address like you are able to with an html/css site?

    The Wordpress url is only infront of this site because I have it on a server I used a wget command and tar -xvf the file and it will auto create a a folder called "wordpress".

    3. With wordpress is there a way you can add background music when you go to the page, or a music player option to the page?

    Yes, there is many plugins for that http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ - I will show you how to use wordpress if you're stuck.

    Note: Once you get your .com website up and running I will need to set up your wordpress because I have the export wordpress information i.e the theme settings, pages, colours, etc.

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    Thanks for the responses to the questions I had!

    I guess my main concern is i'd rather have a file with the settings/colors/etc myself just because if I ever want to make a slight change whenever or something, it'd probably be really helpful to have a file like that, just like with an HTML/CSS site). I'd just rather have a file like that myself so I can set it all up (that's why I was going to go with the HTML/CSS site and just get help for the one page), so I could set up the other pages myself and then get it up and running without going through another person who has the file, etc. Other than that I do like how it looks quite a bit (just lose some of the "custom feel" that you get with an HTML/CSS site and it becomes more "blog" like, but also with less bugs).


 
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