Christopher Ceraso
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Greetings! I am Christopher. I've helped launch Hot4hire.com, "The Ultimate Social Network Community & Employment Solutions" to give you the most convenient and useful employment resources.

 

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I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and a minor in Business Management, Mathematics, and Computer Science from Geneva College. I am three credits away from my 2nd degree, "International Business Management".

 

I have extensive experience in planning, directing, and managing the following industries: Food & Beverage, Help Desk, Human Resources & Staffing, and Automotive.

Since late 2006, I have been re-focused, learning and improving my informational technology skills including: JAVA, Visual Basic, C++, CSS, PHP, ASP, JavaScript, ActionScript, HTML, XML, SQL, mySQL, Unix & Window Servers.

 

I am currently a Project Manager "part-time" for webgenex3000.com. I am excited and look forward to bringing a unique and critical perspective to help launch the following clients: http://www.hot4hire.com, http://www.mmaclubhouse.com, http://www.talentedmi.com, http://www.blueskyfrontier.com, http://www.asianislandcompany.com and many more.  I am also a Recruitment Resource Director for Bluesky Frontier Solutions. Advance recruitment solutions for staffing company.

If you like our web designing works and know anyone who needs web designing solutions, please feel free to give out my contact information.

I am also an expert "Recruiting Resources Specialist". I personally provide recruiting & staffing products and services, including capturing and processing unstructured documents (resumes & client leads), extracting all relevant information and entering it into a private database, post openings on Hot4hire, Monster, Hot Jobs, and Career Builder, etc., reformat resumes and background checks. I provide low prices with high quality products and services.


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Christopher Ceraso replied to Gerry Regan's discussion 'Looking for a designer to replicate the service offered in Ning Basic Design' in the group Hire a Creator
"Please take a look at www.hot4hire.com"
Feb 7, 2013
Scott Bishop replied to Christopher Ceraso's discussion 'HELP! :) Does anyone know how to center the "Top Main Search" or "Sign Up/Sign In Module"?'
"No, I sure don't. I'm very basic with CSS. Anybody else wanna give it a shot?"
Jun 18, 2012
Scott Bishop replied to Christopher Ceraso's discussion 'HELP! :) Does anyone know how to center the "Top Main Search" or "Sign Up/Sign In Module"?'
"Thx! Focusing on the CSS code centering your Main Search box, I noticed on your site http://social.hot4hire.com that there is a space above your entire site. I'm wondering if this code is doing that. "
Jun 18, 2012
Scott Bishop replied to Christopher Ceraso's discussion 'HELP! :) Does anyone know how to center the "Top Main Search" or "Sign Up/Sign In Module"?'
"Is this for the Custom box or Appearance section?"
Jun 18, 2012

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Bernard Lama replied to Christopher Ceraso's discussion 'HELP! :) Does anyone know how to center the "Top Main Search" or "Sign Up/Sign In Module"?'
"Give this a try #xn_bar #xn_bar_menu {margin-right: 600px;}"
Jun 16, 2012
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HELP! :) Does anyone know how to center the "Top Main Search" or "Sign Up/Sign In Module"?

Hi Guys!Does anyone know how to center the "Top Main Search" or "Sign Up/Sign In Module"?I don't see this type of module in the CSS box.I would…See More
Jun 16, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"OK, i've added you on Skype. I'll try and call today"
Jun 13, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"Have you managed to get it looking right using the non iFrame option? I.e it looks good but the drop downs are still hidden? Or have you not even got that far? It's quite difficult to sort this via comment wall to be honest. I tried the nav…"
Jun 11, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"don't worry, found it, and i see you've not got it on the live site. If you've got it working but need the drop down to display over the body of the site try adding this to your advanced css: .xg_theme…"
Jun 11, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"don't worry, found it, and i see you've got it on the live site. If you've got it working but need the drop down to display over the body of the site try adding this to your advanced css: .xg_theme…"
Jun 11, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"what's your url? "
Jun 11, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"the iframe option is a no go. the best option would be to insert the html into an ad box below the header (see features layout) and then put the css in your advanced css section (or link to an external stylesheet if no room). The problem is that…"
Jun 11, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"i think in truth it's probably a paid custom job, especially as I can't even see what you're trying to do. Cheers, SP"
Jun 11, 2012

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SweetPotato left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"seems like you've reverted back to the standard ning nav bar. SP"
Jun 11, 2012
Emmanuel Ace left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"I saw your comment and i think i can help but right now i can't access any computer.. There is lot of designers on Creators.. open a forum and they will help you"
Jun 9, 2012

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Bernard Lama left a comment for Christopher Ceraso
"Hi Chris, I seems like this issue is from your html menu itself. Even your drop down menu is not visible in text. "
Jun 9, 2012

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At 5:02am on June 13, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…

OK, i've added you on Skype. I'll try and call today

At 2:51pm on June 11, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…
Have you managed to get it looking right using the non iFrame option? I.e it looks good but the drop downs are still hidden? Or have you not even got that far? It's quite difficult to sort this via comment wall to be honest.

I tried the nav bar that you allude to in the forums but found it buggy, as some of the people who responded have too.

Thanks for the invite to chat, will call soon. Do you have a Skype account?
At 1:24pm on June 11, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…

don't worry, found it, and i see you've not got it on the live site.

If you've got it working but need the drop down to display over the body of the site try adding this to your advanced css:

.xg_theme .xj_ad_below_header{
position:relative;
z-index: 1000;
}

At 11:34am on June 11, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…

the iframe option is a no go.

the best option would be to insert the html into an ad box below the header (see features layout) and then put the css in your advanced css section (or link to an external stylesheet if no room). The problem is that some of the css conflicts with the standard ning css styles so i think that some renaming of some of the classes is in order, hence; custom job.

Some other NCs might have a better alternative but I'd have to spend some time on it.

SP

At 8:56am on June 11, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…

i think in truth it's probably a paid custom job, especially as I can't even see what you're trying to do. Cheers, SP

At 8:05am on June 11, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…

seems like you've reverted back to the standard ning nav bar. SP

At 7:19pm on June 9, 2012, Emmanuel Ace said…

I saw your comment and i think i can help

but right now i can't access any computer..

There is lot of designers on Creators.. open a forum and they will help you

At 2:05am on June 9, 2012,
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Bernard Lama
said…

Hi Chris,

I seems like this issue is from your html menu itself. Even your drop down menu is not visible in text. 

At 3:32pm on June 8, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…
But then I see that your custom nav bar is in an iframe. Why? Does it not work in a custom text box or even the ad box below the header?
At 3:29pm on June 8, 2012,
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SweetPotato
said…
Off the top of my head you might need to add a high z-index value to the newly created div ID "custom_ads".

Try this in your advanced CSS

#custom_ads{
position:relative;
Z-index:1000;
}

SP
 
 
 

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