I think since the new look COW Shed, I’ve not been able to remove the “X” and, I’m assuming, as a result post any Graphics in Support of Vegas Users needing assistance. However I can Reply to Vegas Users, but I just discovered I can’t add those all important Support Graphics. When I do attempt to add Graphics I get this: https://i2.creativecow.net/u-upload.php
Graham “Grazie” Berrnard
Video Content Creator and Potter
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I don’t know, sorry
I just logged into Creative Cow for very first time in many years.
What I _do know, is that in these times, opening DevTools can be really useful. It’s not just for web developers and debugging, but for anyone us all – getting visually harrassed by any endless popups, toxic vendor exceses, chatbot coercions, paywall steamrollers, and fixing lousy design decisions on the fly etc.
I wish i was fluent in Google DevTools. It’s brilliant what you can do with it.
2nd monitor open for html-scope
Play with easy left hand ALT-TAB walking bass line pattern
de rigeur 😉
[Jason Cunliffe]“same bug here
Until it’s fixed try this sequence
In your browser do this:
F12 = “open DevTools”
Ctrl+Shift+C = “Select an element on the page to inspect it”
now hover you mouse over the offending full black box div bug on the Cow page
and click once so it is selected in DevTools
type “h” = > to HIDE the offending div
NOTE: I am using Google Chrome browser on Win10 but similar applies for Firefox et alia]”
Great tip! Here’s a mousier approach, too:
— Right click on the banner, click Inspect.
— This opens the code in a fly-out window to the right, with the element highlighted. Next to the highlighted “div style”, you’ll see three dots. Click those.
— A drop-down menu appears: click “Hide Element”. Done!
Except it has to be done for each page. Yikes!
This is a roundabout way of acknowledging that yes, this is broken. As you may have noticed from the many new pages around the COW (starting with our home page, creativecow.net), we’re doing a lot of work to make updates, with a few breakages along the way.