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2winFactor says

Did you want to check your spam folder? It was sent to the “post” email address.

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2winFactor says

Yes, responded to your email. We need to move this to email ASAP as this is a general Themeforest forum and this thread may be closed shortly.

Andre

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2winFactor says

Hi Stiegen,

Shoot me an email – this is a general forum and I’d need to take a closer look to see what’s going on with the code in your site.

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If a moderator could please close this post we can handle this via email and on our own support forum as well.

Andre

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2winFactor says

Hi Steigen,

That doesn’t seem to be the issue. That was resolved in the most recent version of the theme. For some reason, you javascript has a trailing comma, even though the rtrim function is supposed to be removing that. Could you shoot me an email via my contact form?

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Andre

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2winFactor says

Hi Steigen,

Jump on my Support Forum and I’d be glad to help! Thanks!

Support Forum | Create an Account | Find your Item “Purchase Code”

Andre

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2winFactor says

FYI, Theme Support is OPTIONAL by all authors here. I know hogash provides great support, but it’s never a good idea to start out a business relationship by “contacting the bank and cancelling your order” then keeping the theme (as there’s no way to return it). Just my 2 cents.

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2winFactor says




ala w8/metro style ;)

Oh god no, stop it please.. w8, metro… gives me the creeps lately.. it’s as horrible as the old “web 2.0” look

:)
Flat UI isn’t a “trend”, it’s just the lack of Skeuomorphism or gradients/dropshadows. Good design has always been about putting content first – the rest is just decoration.

I know i know, I just meant it terminology-wise like a few years ago everything with an ugly gradient was called “web 2.0”, now i see this ugly “metro” term coming back too much.. soo… soo kewlll.. nasty :)

But i do like the flat UI style as you call it :)

Ah, yes I totally agree. the term “Metro” is over-used and wrongly used for anything that’s not Skeuomorphic.

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2winFactor says


ala w8/metro style ;)

Oh god no, stop it please.. w8, metro… gives me the creeps lately.. it’s as horrible as the old “web 2.0” look

:)

Flat UI isn’t a “trend”, it’s just the lack of Skeuomorphism or gradients/dropshadows. Good design has always been about putting content first – the rest is just decoration.

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2winFactor says

Haha – nice one. Which version of ie was this hack for? It would be funny if it was for ie10.

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2winFactor says

Still researching this, but it seems like usability is a little clunky for the Theme customer. If you create a custom twitter “widget”, the Theme customer still needs to create a new “application” on the twitter website:

https://dev.twitter.com/apps

Then copy and paste FIVE different pieces of information in the widget:

1. Twitter Application Consumer Key

2. Twitter Application Consumer Secret

3. Account Access Token

4. Account Access Token Secret

5. Twitter Feed Screen Name

I’m thinking it just might be easier to get rid of the any custom twitter widgets and just paste a twitter timeline in a text widget:

https://dev.twitter.com/docs/embedded-timelines

Unless I’m missing something?

Andre

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