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  • Denis, these are all great, but I’d love to see a little more information to inspire us to check out the link for more information.

    Does this come with plugins ready to go or we would need to activate it? How is it different from a normal theme? Things like that. Sounds wonderful, though.

    you could read the page; it will tell you EVERYTHING about what it does, has, and can do including installation and modification instructions.


    I’m in love with this theme. Just what I was looking for! I am redesigning one of my sites that is more CMS (I guess that’s the term) than blog which means I’d like better control over pages than posts.

    I’d like to make the whole thing wider but I can’t seem to find the right place. I like to use % rather than px.

    Assuming this is made under the canvas.css:
    To make the space where the posts/pages are placed, that is the tablecanvas?

    If so, then what is main and mainspacer?

    @lorelle: I sort of agree with Jinsan… The linked page has all the information you are asking for. 🙂

    @holyroller: #main is the main column. #mainspacer is a spacer I included at the bottom of the column because of the shameful way Firefox implements CSS. It is there for the sake of forcing the column’s width. Likewise, you’ll find a #sidebar spacer. You can safely remove the spacers, but you’ll get mostly random columns widths if you do. Also note that you can redo the theme’s design entirely using pure CSS if you want by modifying header.php and footer.php.

    Spacers? Gazooks 🙂

    yeah, firefox really sucks hard, sometimes, when it comes to rendering simple things.

    i think the worse is when you try to insert a textarea with width 100% into a div with non-zero padding. the browser goes wild.

    but then, I’m suppose a good designer will feel like making a couple of skins for the theme sooner or later. i’m no graphist or web designer; i just like to code the features.

    Yeah, I use Firefox too. I usually run the final version through Mozilla, IE, and Netscape. I also have a friend who runs them with her various sized screens.

    I set the sidebar to 20%, thinking that would mean % of the page. No, it meant 20% of the sidebar! I think I finally have it the size I need though. Thanks!

    v.2.2. is up. a tiny bit more serif. i prefer. maybe you will too.

    I don’t seem to be able to change the font size for blockquote. It seems to default to the p size. Am I doing something wrong?

    try something like:

    blockquote p { font-size: 10pt; }

    As a matter of fact, yes, I have read the page. The point of my comment is that if you want coverage, attention, links, and people to KNOW what you are doing, since this forum is grabbed by Google and other search engines a LOT, extra words help guide people here, then eventually to your site. Just trying to help you help yourself.

    Keep up the good work.

    v.2.3 released. Change log

    This is cool! i like the theme very much 😀

    I’ve added upgrade instructions on the page

    v.2.4 is now available.

    Just for the notice, this theme includes the following popular plugins as 1-click installs:

    – Theme switcher
    – Jerome’s Keywords
    – Related Posts
    – Translator
    – Basic Bilingual
    – Blogtimes, with and without icons
    – Touched (might get a css fix in the next version)
    – Live Comment Preview
    – Countdown
    – Gravatars
    – WP-Hashcash
    – Intouch (fixed a css bug)
    – And I’m sure I forgot a couple 🙂

    The upcoming pro version further extends the list:

    – Flickr gallery integration
    – Rich links and archives templates
    – Newsletter manager

    Planned additions to the pro version include:

    – Survey Manager
    – Shopping Cart
    – Success Story/Testimonials Tile
    – Advertisement Tile

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