My new website - will it work on Mac?

posted on 15th of february, 2010

Hello everyone,

I have set up my new website, at www.catalinpetolea.com

I am not sure if it works on Mac, and I can't test it. Can you boys and girls give me some feedback? Much appreciated.


Comments (6)

Posted by Xalanx on February 16, 2010
Thanks, all
I'll think about a bigger watermark :)
Posted by Creativei on February 16, 2010
yeah it works both on Safari and firefox on Mac. congrats, nice site, I agree with the below comments.
Posted by Adeliepenguin on February 15, 2010
It works on my Mac...very nice! I would recommend putting your watermark visibly in the middle of the image. People are known to cut and paste right from the screen. (I know this through the experiences I have had with my website:) )
Posted by Xalanx on February 15, 2010
Thanks Mani and Keki!
I am using dfGallery and that by default is raising that "bar" on bottom. You can click on "photos" button to hide it, it's not possible to have it hidden at start.
About watermark - yes I have on all my photos. But I put it where it doesn't affect the image itself. This means that if it's somewhere in the lower part it gets hidden by that bar in the flash.
Posted by Keki on February 15, 2010
hi I'm using an imac with firefox :)
I agree on the watermark as you'll find people out there taking screen shots or downloading directly :)
i does work on my computer, a bit slow to load between each photo though. (If you don't mind me saying) but - wow! your photography is amazing!!! Love it!!
Posted by Mani33 on February 15, 2010
Hello Catalin! Nice site, but I advise you to use a watermark on the photos to avoid any illegal use!
The image browsing bar is cut for smaller screen resolution!
Mine is 1152x864 and even so it's cut! You can avoid that by unlimiting the page height for 100%
Good luck!

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