• Joe BlauJoe Blau, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    If you're making a static site, you can host your site on GitHub using the static pages.

    Here is my site: http://joeblau.github.io/ (Broken on Chrome 33 for some reason that I don't have time to figure out)

    Here is my code: https://github.com/joeblau/joeblau.github.com

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    • Tiago DuarteTiago Duarte, 5 years ago

      I've just submitted a quick pull request that should fix the issue you're having :)

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      • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 5 years ago

        I merged your PR and it's still not working.

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        • Tiago DuarteTiago Duarte, 5 years ago

          Hmm the layout's occupying the full screen now here, is there any other issue?

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          • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 5 years ago

            The content isn't being rendered on Chrome 33. If you visit the site in Safari, Firefox or Opera, you actually see the projects - In Chrome 33, you do not.

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            • Tiago DuarteTiago Duarte, 5 years ago

              Hmmm this must be some issue with your AngularJS code, it's not grabbing the projects and it's throwing these errors on the console:

              http://cl.ly/UJxJ

              Sadly I'm not skilled in AngularJS so I can't help you with that!

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              • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 5 years ago

                It's all good. This isn't the first time a Google Web Browser update has broken code that works in all other browsers. I'm working on some other projects so I'm just gonna let it ride out.

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