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OriginalEXE
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Is our Nike+ username our email or our display name? I guess it’s email but just want to check.

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OriginalEXE
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It’s on!

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OriginalEXE
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You need to use full width images to center them.

If you don’t need that much of a width, just add empty space around your image until it’s 616px wide (width of the user html section).

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OriginalEXE
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Hi there scromer, theme support here.

Can you please head over here and register: http://support.pixelentity.com/forums/39-Surreal-WordPress-Theme

Open a thread and we will make sure to help you out with your questions.

To answer your question, go to theme options panel and add this to Custom CSS field:
.gallerySelectorList li:hover {
background: #000;
}
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OriginalEXE
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Maybe this will help you: http://www.videojs.com/

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OriginalEXE
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Of course, why not.
I thought the TF rules were more strict than that. Apparently not. Thats good to hear then.
Sometimes you just need placeholder links, no need for them to point anywhere.
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OriginalEXE
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Of course, why not.

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Hi there, try with setting up this plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-smtp/

If it’s a server-side issue, it might help.

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If the item works on all the versions found on the product listing, then how can you label it as “not working”. There is no injustice in that, because buyers will obviously skip that product if it is not listed as compatible…
No, not obviously…if that were the case, I might be inclined to agree. However, that assumes that any potential buyer “always reads” and is always “able to comprehend” everything on the item’s page. Oh, how I wish these assumptions were true. It can’t be relied on that buyers will be savvy / informed enough to know to “skip” such items.
Ok that’s true, but maybe there’s a better way around it than deleting items, idk.
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OriginalEXE
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Guys, that is the purpose of “Software Version” on the product listing.

If the item works on all the versions found on the product listing, then how can you label it as “not working”.

There is no injustice in that, because buyers will obviously skip that product if it is not listed as compatible with the version of the software they use, so authors that update products to work with latest WP versions will still be in advantage.

And I’m not saying this to defend myself, I keep all of my products compatible with all new versions of WP, but it seems to me that there is no point in doing what you are proposing, because current system is transparent and fair for everyone, and noone is damaged, IMHO.

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