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Come buy my snaps!

So, another little update to my website http://adrians.info , you can now buy my photography in small to big sized prints, cards and download them full res for a price…just head to the photography section.

all thanks to http://fotomoto.com , which to my surprise was even completely  free!

Great snappy API, as simple as it gets to use. if there would be one thing to rant about it would be the lack of control on how it gets displayed on your website, you can edit the css from their page (or hard code inside your page own css) but simple things like choosing not to have a divider between each button lacks, overall im impressed, almost even went thru the trouble of ordering a card with one of my own pieces (but decided to do it later since i still gotta link the hi-res versions) the price aint too bad (but EUR 2.50 shipping for a post card summing up to a EUR 5.00 total gets a bit salty…)

tomorrow ill fiddle more with it see what else i can do, overall i feel i just found a good system to use and offer to fellow professionals.

Little Website Update - Tooltips

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so, decided to take a break from my vacations and do a well necessary addition to my website, may the Tooltip guide you the way i say…

since i didnt want any more jquery, and since my website already doesnt like old school IE, went for HTML5 data attributes (actually, first time playing with that). Im pleased with the result, even tho it does require some unnecessary markup for the sake of positioning…

It does help you navigate thru the website, no more random blink clicking buttons!

If you are interested in how i put it together, check this link, i used the second example.

http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/htmlcss-tutorials/quick-tip-tooltips-courtesy-of-html5-data-attributes/

check out the result:

http://adrians.info  

Big pack of brand new business cards arrived this morning, thanks @overheardatmoo , great quality as always and surprisingly quick delivery!