I’ve been looking all over the web for an image rollover effect that can display a h1, p, and a tags. I’ve tried CSS but every browser outputs something different. Will pay for this script.
I would like to display my blog post in similar way Pinterest displays image posts. Can anybody help me create something that will stack posts on top of each other. Can this be achieved using CSS ?
I don’t trust most of my local shops because their website is so terrible that I can’t even get a quote without having to search the page hours.
Do you guys have any experience with a company that does a great job at printing most business card templates sold here?
I’m posting here in Graphic River because this community can certainly deliver when it comes to art. I am simply looking for a graphic designer to design a footer similar to Vimeo’s for my website. My budget is from $1-$100. Please send me a message and I will send you the link to my website so you can see for yourself what the kind of setting is needed.
I’m trying to get a quote for a project I want to bring to life.
-Basically it allows people to sign in -User will enter links and be able to put them in categories.
For example, I can create a “template” category and save all the links to themeforest templates I like. Later, I can sign in find those links.
The websites links will have a preview image and be square shaped. Almost like thumbnails.
If you can contact me with any other questions please do.
I’m wanting to start my own little web show and need an intro similar to that of the show Bones or Criminal Minds. Any suggestions?
Thank you so much, your advice worked!
By hacking I mean get access to the admin panel and upload their own malicious files.
Thus meaning you have PHP and a MYSQL database. Well, it can, but it depends on 2 big things.
1. How the file was coded. If the code is bullet proof ( nothing is 100% but, I am referring to being correctly built ) there are slim chances for that happening.
2. How secure is the admin password. If the password to the admin panel is secure, complicated, and your system blocks your account or notifies you if someone enters the wrong password for n+1 times.If the above things are taken care of, then chances of being hacked are really small! Nevertheless a backup is more than welcome in these scenarios!
No, It’s just html and css. But when you type in xxxxxxxxx.com/cpanel it opens up a back end control panel for the server created by the hosting company. Thats my only weakness right now. Thanks for all the info too.