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Ashraf Slamang


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Brand new Copperseed Creative website

I have finally completed my website update. Fully responsive too. Give it a run-through and let me know what you think. Thanks!

Copperseed Creative update - blog multi page

Another update to my redesign series. This one is the blog multi page. It's designed as a Tumblog of sorts and will have all the post formats listed. Here is the snap to the home page. Feedback anyone?

Copperseed Creative redesign update

Just sharing the progress on my website redesign. This is the single work page. Comments/ideas are most welcome!

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Pixel Perfect replacement

If you are familiar with the Pixel Perfect add-on for Firefox and have found a replacement, please let me know! Alternatively, if you've found a way to get it working in the newer versions of FF, that would help too. Thanks!

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Portfolio question

Should a portfolio piece have a description or rationale? I have seen many examples - some have them and some don't. What do you guys think?

Copperseed Creative redesign - work page

Another update from my redesign process - I've finally completed the home page and have moved onto the work page. Please let me know your thoughts or ideas on making it better! :) The home page is here.

Copperseed Creative redesign update

Here is an update of my progress on my website redesign. Please comment and share ideas that I could use to make it better! :)

<script type="text/javascript">
var templateDir = "<?php bloginfo('template_directory') ?>";
</script>

WordPress - How to reference the theme directory in JS

Just thought I'd share this. Sometimes you want to use a jQuery plugin in WordPress but the images are referenced in the Javascript itself. As you know, WordPress requires you to use <?php bloginfo('template_directory'); ?> so the images won't be referenced. This is a workaround. Pop the code into your head section and it should be ready to use. Simply use the variable "templateDir" in the JS to get the correct URL to your theme.