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  • I really like 2010 Weaver and have it almost to my liking. However, I can’t for the life of me figure out how to change the color of the HTML tag list text, beneath the comment box. #888888 cannot be seen against my orange background.

    Thanks in advance.

    It is called “Information Text” in the Main Options tab under Theme Text Colors category. It is grouped right after the Post Entry color settings, but probably should read “Post Information Text”. I’ll fix that for the next release. Sorry about the confusion.

    Ah ok, figured the title thing out. Now I’d like to get rid of the border around the primary widget area. Maybe replace it with a straight line. Is that possible? Also I have a problem with fidgetr and the grid view. As you can see there is no horizontal spacing.

    Borders around widget areas are a check mark in the Main Options panel of the theme admin panel. A straight line could be done, but would require a CSS snippet.

    I don’t know what fidgetr is, or the example you refer to.

    I’m wondering if something is broken somewhere with the latest release? At first I upgraded automatically through WP, and I couldn’t even log on to the admin after that. So I deleted the theme through my FTP client, then I was able to log on to the admin again where I went to reinstall the updated version. Broken again. Fortunately I had the previous version with my files and settings backed up locally and I was able to upload that and I’m up and running again. Does anyone else have this problem? Is there something I’m not doing that I should be doing? I have read the tips on the Weaver site and I’m not finding much more information.

    We’ve just discovered an issue with PHP versions on Weaver 1.2.1. Code runs on most system, hangs on just a few, and seems to be related to some specific version (not yet determined) of PHP. There will be a new version of Weaver (1.2.3) posted within a couple of days that addresses this issue – we’ve found an alternate way to write the PHP code that works on the two or three sites we know have experienced this issue.

    I loaded Weaver 1.2.1 and now my site is hanging. How do I edit the ‘code’ to unload this theme and log in?

    Moderator Michael

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    delete the weaver theme folder using ftp or cpanel; then your site should revert to the default theme, and you should be able to login again.

    first time on this and a nube. problem is with the Twenty Ten Weaver Sliding Header V 1.2.1 extension.
    the last 4 images dont apear. the missing images seem to be 2,4,and 6. i have my menu set, .htacces as php5, droped and reinstalled the entire thing, etc. problem is with both the stock images and images that i point to. let me know if there is a better place for this post.

    How can I remove the bullet points from the LinkCat. I can’t seem to find the option.

    @justinmanes – please visit the Weaver Forum.

    @babblebase:

    These are specified in the CSS used to display the LinkCat (I don’t know exactly where this is used.)

    But once you find out the class being used for the LinkCat list, you can add a CSS rule from the Advanced Options page. The rule will be something like:

    .LinkCat-class-name {list-style-type:none;}

    Hi,
    I’m liking 2010 Weaver for my site design so far, except that I cannot figure out how to do the following: I’d like to have about 4 posts appear on the front (home) page, but with the most recent post having a full-sized photo and more text, while all the later posts would have a smaller, medium-sized photo and just a small amount of text. Here is a good example of what I’m hoping to do: http://simplyrecipes.com/
    Ideally, I’d like the first post to use text from the actual post (using the “more” function), and the other posts to use text from the “excerpt” function. Is that possible?
    I’ve searched though all the applicable forums, including plugins, but haven’t found a way to do this.

    I updated the installation of 2010-Weaver, using the WordPress Dashboard, web interface. When it was finished, it told me the theme 2010-Weaver was broken due to a missing css file.

    I tried to re-install it through the WordPress Dashboard, web interface, and it told me the directory ../../2010-weaver/ already existed.

    I refreshed the page and it still said the 2010-Weaver was broken due to a missing css file.

    I logged into the server via FTP and deleted the 2010-Theme. I then attempted to re-install it through WordPress Dashboard, web interface. I included below, the lines which appeared as/after it installed:

    Downloading install package from http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/download/2010-weaver.1.3.1.zip…
    Unpacking the package…
    Installing the theme…
    Successfully installed the theme 2010 Weaver 1.3.1.
    Warning: fopen(/home/bamajr.com/public_html/wp-content/themes/2010-weaver/style.css) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/bamajr.com/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4165
    Warning: fread(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /home/bamajr.com/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4168
    Warning: fclose(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /home/bamajr.com/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4171

    When I go back to the themes, in the WordPress Dashboard, web interface, it tells me the 2010-Weaver theme is broken due to a missing css file.

    Your them will not even allow for a preview. An attempt to preview your theme opens the normal preview screen, but displays the following message:

    You have just upgraded from a Weaver version before 1.3. There are some important changes that might affect how your previous themes appear! Specifically, the default background color for different page areas have been changed from #FFFFFF to transparent. If your theme doesn’t look right, READ THE VERSION 1.3 RELEASE NOTES in the help file on the Help tab.

    te-jota

    @te-jota

    @bamajr
    I just had the same problem. When I went in through my FTP, I found that the files for the theme were missing in the download. I had to download the theme from wordpress.org and install it myself to the theme folder using my FTP. Not sure what the deal is with the WP dashboard installing it, but something is definitely funky.

    Hope that helps.

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