Okay guys, I need a little help. I’m trying to add a Facebook Like button to a client’s website using an iFrame. On my development server everything looks fine, but when I upload the page to the live server the Like button drops down to the next line.
On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 6:00 PM, RavenManiac email@hidden wrote:
Okay guys, I need a little help. I’m trying to add a Facebook Like button
to a client’s website using an iFrame. On my development server everything
looks fine, but when I upload the page to the live server the Like button
drops down to the next line.
I just don’t see the problem, Kelly – they both look fine, both act fine…
On the topic of floats, floated items behave like they do in response to
their surrounding environment. When you take a block-level item and float
it, it stops behaving like a block-level item wrt to it’s environment.
That’s why I prefer using the “display” attribute before I resort to
floating an item – you should check out the many different (and sometimes
exotic) options - http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_class_display.asp
On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 10:12 PM, RavenManiac email@hiddenwrote:
I just wish I could figure out how to add a Facebook icon behind the like
button and counter without it dropping down to another line.
Every time I try to do that using an HTML float left box it drops down.
Ernie, with as much code as you know, why aren’t you hand coding your
pages like Walter and Todd instead of using FWP?
Lol, I might argue that when I’m using Freeway Pro, I AM hand coding.
Seriously, when you know what code FWP will produce when you do this or
that with it, it can become reliably predictable and be a safe platform to
work from. That’s why I use it, but don’t make the mistake of thinking I
work exclusively in FWP.
That said, I think how you code depends less on your ability and more on
what you need to do. Both Todd and Walter are brighter than I am and do a
lot of custom stuff that FWP would just get in the way of. When it gets in
my way, I go around it too.
Ernie, I’ve seen some of your FW files and I would agree with your statement.
What’s interesting to me is Ernie’s ability to thread a needle with what is sometimes a blunt instrument and all with minimal use of Actions. He definitely uses FW in a very different manner than most users. I think he enjoys solving the puzzle of how to make FW do his bidding without taking the easy route and slapping an Action to everything.
Hey guys, while I have you both here I could use your help. It seems like this site is loading really slow to me. I’m not sure if it’s my connection (West coast connections have been pretty slow lately) or that my site is too graphic heavy. Can you check it out and let me know your thoughts? Be sure to clear your browser caches first.