Youtube does it, why can’t you build it just like them? Not sure if it’s possible, but a rotating “flash” photo would be pretty awesome in the top nav area. Why doesn’t this work in IE6?
Instead of the boring image of a “hand” when a client clicks on something, please make it a small (but friendly) garden insect – e.g. a butterfly, grasshopper, or hummingbird. Please avoid insects with negative connotations, e.g. a slug, caterpillar, or hawk. Can we add transitions like in PowerPoint? Can you please rename this file as [filename]? Thanks! Then send it back to me so I can send it off. Not sure if it’s possible, but a rotating “flash” photo would be pretty awesome in the top nav area. I’m not sure about the colour that you’ve used for the background, I guess it looks OK on screen but when I print it on our office printer it kinda reminds me of a pair of corduroys I had as a child. Looks good, but… Okay, yeah I think the word program I used to design that doesn’t have the strongest pixels.
I don’t like it. I can’t say why, exactly, but the illustration of the dinosaur doesn’t seem realistic enough. Can we use a photo instead? Make it look like Apple. Okay, yeah I think the word program I used to design that doesn’t have the strongest pixels. Can you please rename this file as [filename]? Thanks! Then send it back to me so I can send it off. Looks good, but… It’s too blocky. If you could work in some subtle opacity and/or glass Apple-style buttons in the design it would be great. For some reason I just have a warm fuzzy feeling about both those things. Hey, I know it’s been a while, but do you happen to know our office WiFi password?
Suhail al-Mazrouei, Khalid Al-Falih
UAE Energy Minister Suhail al-Mazrouei, left, listens to Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi Energy and Oil Minister, in the opening ceremony of the Abu Dhabi International Exhibition & Conference, ADIPEC, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Monday, Nov.12, 2018. OPEC and allied oil-producing countries likely need to cut crude supplies to rebalance the market after proposed U.S. sanctions on Iran failed to cut Tehran's ouput, top Saudi and Emirati energy officials said Monday. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)