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Slick Design (4 posts)

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  1. jesscMCMXC
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    I really like this design, it is definitely bold and nice. I like the layout and color scheme, and I like that it allows excerpts, has a good mobile theme.

    Can I have text as the header image instead of an image? I prefer that.

    Also, on the mobile theme, is it possible to make the DATE and COMMENT part on the leftside be horizontal so the text fills the whole screen rather than just a blank white spot on the left?

    Overall though, I'm satisfied.

    Thanks!

  2. jesscMCMXC
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    Another thing I'd like is the "Switch to Desktop Site" button at the bottom. Is there a plugin for that?

  3. Iceable Themes
    Member
    Theme Author

    Posted 10 months ago #

    Thanks for the kind word, greatly appreciated :)

    - Text based title (instead of uploaded logo) has been suggested and taken into consideration. This option will be available in the next revision (1.1.3) - coming very soon !

    - Adjusting the date and comment boxes on mobile can be done with a few CSS edits.
    If you know a bit of CSS, you can add your own styles in the media queries blocks from line 1597 in theme-style.css

    - A "switch to desktop" button would need to be able to override all css media queries; which unfortunately is currently not possible without quite a few changes to the code. Though I'll consider this request for a future update :)

  4. jesscMCMXC
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    Howdy!

    I used an FTP client and went to the themes css folder in wp-content/themes/(etc) to edit the theme-style.css file. Is there a quicker way? It didn't seem I could edit the css file directly inside WordPress.

    Here's a good website to check the iPhone view without reloading directly on an iPhone:
    http://testiphone.com/?scroll=off&url=http://noliesplease.com

    For future reference, it looks like the place the mobile version is looking at is line 1597, but the actual postmetadata to change this is on line 222. You have to copy the postmetadata changes and put them in the mobile section, so it only changes that.

    Ultimately I figured it was more trouble than it was worth, hah.

    Thanks for your quick response!

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