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    Need some advice on how to create a site like the following:

    http://carrotcreative.com/#!/clients

    THANKS!!!!!!1

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    Look at their client logos. The answer is that they've got a whole bunch of big clients paying them a whole bunch of big money to hire a whole bunch of big-money people to draw and place things like that.

    In other words, this isn't the kind of thing one person likely did on his/her own, and if it is, that one person probably spent way too much time on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oliverjohnson, post: 224297
    Need some advice on how to create a site like the following:

    http://carrotcreative.com/#!/clients

    THANKS!!!!!!1
    If you're talking about the smooth scroll, it's quite easy, I've done it many times. You make a really wide page, put in regular anchor tags, then apply this awesomeness.

    If you're talking about the design, see Game's post above.
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    Thanks, i realise it is hard, but i'm not quite sure what you mean by placing? is that hard to place divs around like that? assuming they are contained in some sort of div tag....

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    thanks, i was initially, but i think i realise that its not as easy and simple as it looks. As creating something simple is often the hardest.... Thanks though. Just like wikipedia but to the side, and smooth!

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    You make a wrapper div, make it 400% width, and make divs inside that 25% width. Each of those 25% will be a page. Then you put in the smooth scroll, just follow the instructions, it's in jQuery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 224303
    Look at their client logos. The answer is that they've got a whole bunch of big clients paying them a whole bunch of big money to hire a whole bunch of big-money people to draw and place things like that.

    In other words, this isn't the kind of thing one person likely did on his/her own, and if it is, that one person probably spent way too much time on it.
    What? It's not really that elaborate.

    If you're talking about the smooth scroll, it's quite easy, I've done it many times. You make a really wide page, put in regular anchor tags, then apply this awesomeness.
    So cool im going to mess around with this right now thanks for the post.

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    Graphically it is. They've got a lot of different shapes and subtleties that a coder wouldn't know how to draw in all likelihood.

    The slider, not so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 224627
    Graphically it is. They've got a lot of different shapes and subtleties that a coder wouldn't know how to draw in all likelihood.

    The slider, not so much.
    The slider's pretty cool for small scale brochure sites, it adds a little flow, draws people in more. It's completely impractical for bigger sites.
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