I’ve run into another issue with this theme. Whatever it is doing with the fonts, it is stepping on the version of TimyMCE in WordPress. It makes the font really really small, basically unreadable.
Not knowing anything about how to resolve such a conflict, I’ve had to disable the theme. Durn shame. Would like to keep using it.
Wish there was also support from the author.
I’ve managed to work around this issue somewhat using Ultimate TinyMCE plugin to adjust the font size. However, there are still things that the theme steps on that annoying…like the inter-paragraph spacing is gone.
Still hoping the author will respond this post, and the other issue I’ve reported.
So, I’m having more frustrations with this theme. Apparently it is stepping all over the back-end of WordPress.
My latest case is when I am posting a custom content type (in particular, an Episode being published under the PodLove plugin), the Feature Image selection box is missing. If I deactivate Codium, then it shows up.
Thanks for your feedback I will check this issue with the TimyMCE editor.
For your last point, do you have more detail so that I could analyse where the problem is? Thanks
SndChaser try to change custom-editor-style.css content with this and I think it will fixe major problems http://pastebin.com/UUAe3BaR
No, still seeing issue using the alternate CSS file, whether using Ultimate TinyMCE, or just the standard WordPress TinyMCE. Here’s some images:
I’ll get screenshots for the Featured Image box and post them in a moment.
Look what I’ve got and it look acceptable
Okay, so here what I have in the PodLove Episode editor with Codium disabled:
And here is what I have with it turned on:
Note there are two problems with the above image. First, the missing Featured Image dialog. Second, somehow a span was introduced which changed the font size. Until I started using Codium Grid, TinyMCE was not introducing spurious spans:
The image you posted would be acceptable if that is what I got, but it isn’t. I’m still seeing the tiny font as I posted above (unless I over ride the style sheet using Ultimate TinyMCE).
Is there something else I could be looking at? Where in your style sheet is the body font getting set?
Do you empty your cache in order to load the last css file sometimes it’s that?
For PodLove sorry I have not idea there is a conflict between the theme and this plugin only compatible to wordpress 3.5.2 maybe it’s for that. If you desactivate the PodLove plugin do you see the feature image box?
If I deactivate PodLove I won’t have the Episodes custom content. It’s actually part of their plugin.
Not to mention, if I deactivate the plugin, my podcast feeds would be down , and all my shows would be offline – not something I can do easily.
I’m certain they are compatible with the current release of WordPress, and just haven’t updated the compatibility on the site. It’s in very active development, typically 1-2 releases a month.
So no idea for this issue.
Do you empty your cache for the css file for the editor?
Yeah, I think both the WordPress cache, and browser cache needed to be emptied. It looks better now, but I still wouldn’t mind (at least personally for me) making it a bit larger and possibly a cleaner font.
Current Codium Grid style sheet (the one you supplied):
Default WP Theme:
First make a child theme for Codium Grid
Import the css: *
`Theme Name: Codium Grid Child
Theme URI: http://example.com/twenty-thirteen-child/
Description: Codium Grid Child Theme
Author: John Doe
Author URI: http://example.com
Template: Codium Grid
Dond’t forget to import your child css
/* =Theme customization starts here`
Have a look in the codex
Have a nice Griddie Tyme
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