My website is http://hgrsolutions.com.
The second section down you will see some green circles. I am using a parallax effect to move the circles. My website has a 98% width, so the windows re size when you re size your browser window. The issue I have run into is that the green circles (parallax) are still holding their x position when you re size the browser window. In other words, it doesn’t stay centered with the window. It seems like the only way around this is to set a fixed width for the site :/ Which I don’t really want to because it is meant to be a wide site.
If your confused, here’s m skype user: ace2296 feel free to chat with me there
You should be able to view my css and java with firebug.
pebas saidI actually like the drops, it was implemented in order to create the bubble effect in water I guess. In comparison with the website shown by you, yours loads slower which will damage your client’s experience.
^ Around two sec again. That is quite acceptable. By the way those drops flying around are quite annoying form me. What they represent?
Thanks for the feedback. We’re working to speed things up.
Around 2 sec is needed for me to load (not so bad). What happen if you remove that background JS eg. ‘fly2by.png’, that loop trough images and positions seems like slowing down page a lot. Why you don’t simply create one pattern without that animations?
oops I didn’t have the backgrounds up when you looked at it. Can you recheck it for me?
Actually it is not that huge.
There are only three images, all together around 1mb and that is quite easy to load.
Look at that like this:
1. Header Image
3. Footer Image
4. Background ColorAlso I think you should shorten that link when posting here.
K, don’t get me wrong I love what they did to their site, I’m not bashing it. Link There’s my site and it takes forever to load in and I’m only loading about 500k worth of background images in the 3 sections.
I am goin to be building a store that has 10,000+ products. I love wordpress’s customizable capabilities but i think I need a bigger beast to handle that amount of products. Any suggestions? Should I stick with Wordpress since we’re only paying through PayPal?