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  • I discovered WordPress lately (yeah, I’m a lagger 🙂 and am very exited about it. As many of you, I would like to use the most attractive “Kubrick” theme.
    However, I just don’t seem to get this nice pice of coding working on my WP 1.2 install. Since I didn’t knew how to call on the Kubrcik theme when I dumped it in wp-content/themes (<I created it myself..) I put all of Kubricks stuff in my root dir. Question : What’s a more proper way to do this ?
    That seemed to work, but the lay-out is just horrible : Especially the listing from the menu-items on the left. I’m using Firefox, which gives no problems at, but f*cks up the kubric-design at my own site…
    I read the following articles about it :
    Which explains a problem, but not exactly mine.
    Which is nice, but doesn’t help me.
    That’s where I got the hint to put the theme in the /theme folder…
    To conclude : My wish is, to get something very simmiliar like first, and ofcourse start customizing from there. I don’t want to rip this site, but like to have the lay-out like this, so I can adopt the images and colors to my own ideas. Thanks for any help, and apologies if this post is somehow unstructured and vague. 🙂

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  • I’m sorry for the lack of specific details, my head was just running over.
    I’m afraid my first topic overhere will turn out to be rather useless, since the main problem is solved, although I don’t know exactly how… I deleted everything I had on my server, starting all over again with WP 1.2.1, and even a fresh new database.
    Kubrick 1.2.6 was installed as described in the read-me, in the root of my site. And it works ! The strange listing-problem in Firefox 1.0 is gone !
    Little question that remains : How can I remove the topmargin for the header image, so that the page will be “fixed” to the bottem of the adress bar/tabs of the used browser ?
    Thanks a lot !

    again…a link to your page will helps……*sigh*

    If you’d read properly, you’d have seen that Kubrick has its own support forum 🙂

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