CSS customizations to help this extension fit more seamlessly into my template. Details to follow.
Please take a look at the new version at raydiantday.com; hover and click through to see unique landing pages and issues with size, buttons being scrunched / squeezed, fonts being too GIANT in various places, etc.
I hope this note finds you well. We are nearing completion on our build-out of the new Center for Raydiant Day. Whew. Everything always takes longer than you think it will, but I am now starting to dig my teeth back into the marketing for the site.
You did some great work for us to create the "Raypop" module for sliding on and off the p...
For a variety of site development functionality items and support as we discussed last week, possibly including but not limited to:
text wrapper for column width in articles
embedded videos in certain articles
component implementation support / customization
script + instruction on adding padding to center footer menus where desired
“We are impressed by both G Three Ventures' professionalism and creativity to help us come up with the best solutions possible for the demands of our site. G Three Ventures is patient and clear with us and readily teaches us tips so we can do things on our own. We enjoy working with G Three Ventures and highly recommend working with them.”
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“While amicable enough, the developer at InnovisionLab lacked the skills to meet many of the basic needs of our project. It became clear that the combination of communication difficulties and apparent lack of competency made continuing impossible. As the project had gone 4 weeks past the scheduled completion date, we discontinued trying. To his credit, the developer did offer us a partial refund.”
“Dear Aliess Kim, We feel the feedback does not justify the efforts we have put in the project. Since start, we have regularly updated the buyer over the progress we made regularly. Added to the fact the worth of this project was more then 1190$ (Ref: elance.com/j/template-construction/30530922/) and we completed it in 480$ but because of very less knowledge and too old to learn new technologies they were unable to understand. I constantly asked them to schedule meeting so we can discuss the problems they are having but due to their personal reasons they were unable to schedule any meeting. We therefore are not sure of why the client would mention that we took more than required time. That being said, we take this in our stride and wish the client the best in all his future endeavors.”
“We faced Severe problems getting satisfaction of this client and at the end even after cancelling the escrow payments for the work done and offer refund we were unable to satisfy Aliess Kim (missionbrightlife.com).
We feel the feedback does not justify the efforts we have put in the project despite non payments and HUGE outstanding .
It was our mistake to work with Aliess Kim even after reading what other users have post about her (specially kreativemart).
Aliess Kim and his partner both have no knowledge of the work and that was the reason even after trying more than a week and even after refunding the escrow payment we were unable to get the satisfaction.
The InnovisionLab Team will NEVER work with this customer again.”
“This client has no knowledge about the work that they are doing. I worked for them on couple of occasions and found them having almost very basic level knowlege about HTML because they are too old to learn new technologies. They did not understand my instructions and hence decided themselves that I am unprofessional. Before coming to them have went to another developer (cheaper) and were complaining about him when starting this job with me. I am also disappointed with them and find them unprofessional when it comes to accept the reality. ”
For my JS pages with approximately 40 images programmed with rollover behaviors that change the entire visual matrix as you move from one image to the next (images fit together like a puzzle) I'd like to soften the transition of the loading of the images as the end-user moves from one to the next and I believe this is done through "easing."