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  • I have a fix the padding and margins around image files as requested.

    You can download the newest version here.

    Please let me know if this version gives you any problems, I’ll be more than glad to help and fix 🙂

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  • Looks great! I’ll be sure to give it a try!

    Btw, What is that toolbar with the buttons “css”, “view source” and such? Is it some type of extension for Firefox?

    Yes

    it is the WebDeveloper extension. Great, a must have!

    Thanks for the update. ;)

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    It’s gorgeous, as usual. 🙂 I’ll second the usefulness of the Web Dev toolbar for FF.

    I really like to see theme devs supporting their offerings in the forum. Nobody expects perfection first time out and it is great to see bugs getting fixed promptly.
    geeksmakemehot puts many theme authors to shame. Good on yer. 🙂

    Would you mind stating which file(s) were specifically updated so that I only install those. I’ve customized my pages, sidebar, etc. and would prefer to only update the necessary files (and avoid having to re-do all of my code). Please advise.

    Also — I am using the cg-amazon plugin on the sidebar and cannot seem to figure out how I go about removing the hover and little

  • icon next to the amazon items. I’d prefer the plugin display just the image with its associated text. I believe something needs to be changed in the theme itself, not the plugin, in order to make it display the way I desire. Any assistance is appreciated.

Also — can someone please let me know (by responding to this post) whether or not this theme on my site looks okay in IE. When I view it, the right sidebar starts down in the middle of the page. How do I fix this if this is what other folks are seeing too? Thanks.

(btw, I usually use Firefox but opened IE to see how it looked and discovered this)

debwire, your sidebar is borked in IE here too. Additionally. your menu seemed to be abnormally large, or is that intended?

Do you mean large in width or length? I haven’t modified the size widthwise — just kept the defaults in the template.

Does anyone know how I fix this IE display problem in the files?

Mark (podz)

(@podz)

Support Maven

In FF, I see the menu below the post area at this url:
http://www.debwire.com/photoblog/
this change in the CSS fixes it
#menu {float: right;width: 165px; margin-right: 3px; border-left: 1px dashed #BAA99F;}

Looks like that change will work in IE too ?

I tried your recommendation and it still looks wonky in IE. I’m seeing it fine in FF no matter what setting I alter:

#content {float: left;width: 500px; padding-top: 40px;}
#menu {float: right;width: 165px; margin-right: 3px; border-left: 1px dashed #BAA99F;}

I’m stumped. It’d be a shame to have to switch themes if I cannot get this to display properly. 🙁

I did notice this code and I’m not sure what it does or if it has any affect:

#farouter {background: #ffffff;width: 760px; border: 1px solid #3A291F;margin: 20px auto 20px auto;text-align: left; /* IE 5.5 hack part II */}

I think I found the solution (please see if it looks okay in FF and IE for you):

#farouter {background: #ffffff;width: 800px; border: 1px solid #3A291F;margin: 20px auto 20px auto;text-align: left; /* IE 5.5 hack part II */}

I changed the 760 to 800 — not certain what that will hurt, but it looks okay in IE to me now.

It looks fine in FF now except those images in the lower menu just overhang the edge. list style type none would fix it.

For the most part this theme’s css stylesheet does indicate “none” for list-style-type, except for here:

.post ul li {
padding: 0px;
font-weight: normal;
list-style: url(‘images/icon.gif’);
line-height: 1.5em;
}

.post ul li:hover {
padding: 0px;
font-weight: normal;
list-style: url(‘images/icon2.gif’);
line-height: 1.5em;

I set the above to none but didn’t see a difference.

And when I verify the cg-amazon.css file for the same, all list-style-types are set to “none” as well. Any other ideas?

For me, in FF, the images aren’t off the column’s edge. Hmm.

I do want to be able to eliminate the special theme formatting in the display of the amazon.com items but still haven’t figured out where/how to do that in either stylesheet.

Its the class for ul amazon block that needs it. You can leave it in but the indent is adding to the width. Margin left to zero might do it as well. It just seems confusing having a rollover icon next to an image.

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