Posted 18.04.2013 @ 8.28PM
I have used a little method which goes something like this.
<grid-item /><grid-item /><grid-item />
The grid element is set to a width and has overflow set to hidden.
The grid-inner element is set to 105% and has overflow set to hidden.
The grid-item elements have a margin to space them out and typical the additional width of the grid-inner which is hidden will allow the last grid-item in the row to stay in line.
If this doesn't work for your code I would suggest you take a look display: inline-block; for your grid-item blocks and text-align: center for your grid
Posted 17.04.2013 @ 8.44AM
Guys, there was actually a fair bit going on outside of the forum with Razer also. I won't go into detail as he actually does need some serious help.
He was doing this intentionally and we have banned him as a result. Sorry if you felt it took us too long to react but we had to tread lightly.
Thanks for your patience.
Posted 30.03.2013 @ 1.20PM
No, not every time you add a domain. That would just be painful.
Your host should setup name servers so you can add domains to your vps and then setup the nameservers on the domains to point to your service.
Your host should setup something like
Then when you delegate a domain to your vps you just have to change the name servers over to your nameservers.
Domains should be setup on your vps through your control panel. Something like Plesk or cPanel Web Host Manager (WHM).
I have never used Kloxo but from my quick read it should support setting up domains.
Posted 29.05.2012 @ 4.50PM
We've been talking about doing something of the sorts. Just might need to give @zannstpierre a kick up the pants to get it happening. We were thinking of doing weekends away with a chef, accommodation and a head tutor for the weekend. If there is enough interest in that kind of thing we can certainly make it happen.
Posted 12.02.2012 @ 11.43AM
@zannstpierre Create a separate category in the jobs list if you must advertise these types of positions. Maybe even provide information on the pros and cons of this type of work. Testimonials, etc.
Personally I don't agree with the practice because it's too easy an avenue for exploitation. If you work you should be remunerated accordingly.