maybe a better solution than what @Pixelous said would be to add another container inside your container and put the padding on that one. don’t mess with skeleton.css as this controls the layout (base.css is where you add your own stuff).
@simaudio beat me to it – I was just about to post about the rain. I can barely see the building opposite out of my window because the rain is so heavy. And this is supposed to be the height of summer…
The worst thing is that it’s still very humid and pollen count is high, so everybody is sweating and sneezing, but it’s pouring with rain!
Flight to Spain, anyone?
Responsive is about 18 months old now, but a lot of people still have yet to get on board. It’s a great idea which I have used only a couple of times, because it can be tricky (complex designs are TOUGH ).
I use www.getskeleton.com to build sites on, though there are plenty of responsive grid systems out there.
as usual, you are best off contacting the author of the theme. alternatively post the site here, there might be something in the markup that identifies the issue (though it’s a long shot).
that’s really great, thanks for creating and sharing this!
Thanks very much for your feedback, some really good points there. I was unsure about the highlighting in the intro text myself – is it a link or not? I wanted to add emphasis but without looking like a link.
Good, fair comments all round. Thanks!
I’ve finally gotten around to putting together a nice “meet and greet” site to introduce people to myself and my work. I plan to use this space to offer support for themes (when I develop more) and to show my current interests. Also in the process of adding a blog where I want to post freebies (bits of design material, perhaps some CSS etc).
I would be very grateful if you could give me some feedback and most importantly, let me know if you see any bugs (this is my second responsive layout so if you’re browsing on a non-desktop device I’d like to hear what you think).
My site can be found here: http://www.webbymatt.co.uk
Thanks for your time
matt5409 saidReally? I was thinking in getting a BA related exclusively to web design.
htmgarcia saidI can assure you it sounds better than it was! lol
matt5409 saidWeb design? woow that is pretty good!
I have a BA in web design (2:1) but compared to the industry experience I received afterwards, it made University look like nothing!
you’re better off teaching yourself or getting a job (or both). in my experience, education in this subject seems to have been left in the dust.