[QUOTE=BluePhaze] I am really trying hard to see the benefit of using it for the whole page. All examples I have seen of it so far look like early flash/frontpage sites where everything is just big boxes... You also lose all indexing, etc... of content... I just don't see any reason to use this as the main content of the site as opposed to using it for specific dynamic content in canvases on the page. That sport shirt site really drives home the point of looking like a flash site from 10+ years ago. Not sure where the excitement is on that one. I am going to use it to create a nice under construction scene on my site but other than that, I really don't think there is any advantage to using it for the main content, and there are many disadvantages using it that way. At the end of the day, you are putting more effort into it than the return will likely get you...[/QUOTE]A interactive 'under construction' game for your website is a great idea. I also intend to use C2 for games that are integrated into my website. I'm leaning towards using multiple C2 Canvases for interactive gadgets (ie: image slider show, image grids) on a page, verses a single C2 Canvas for the entire page. I visualize a web interface similar to a in-game menu. At this stage, I'm not sure if is or isn't possible as I'm still learning the ins and outs of C2 and HTML5. However, I believe its worth investigating.
I believe the sport shirt site does a decent job as a C2 Website proof of concept. Yeah, the graphics could use work, but, as far as graphics aesthetics go, I'm soliciting a pro.techlord2013-03-26 01:53:16