Submitted a recent theme for review and was soft rejected based on some issues, and the one I’m struggling to resolve is a notice that Chrome browser seems to be showing:
Consider using ‘dppx’ units, as in CSS ‘dpi’ means dots-per-CSS-inch, not dots-per-physical-inch, so does not correspond to the actual ‘dpi’ of a screen. In media query expression: (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (min-resolution: 192dpi)
I’ve not encountered this before. Anyone have a similar issue when submitting a theme? Is this a new requirement?
Thanks for any help
Just read that. My mistake. Still good for non developers. But not quite what I had in mind.
Kind of cool for theme developers looking for fresh images to use…
Here’s the story:http://www.bjp-online.com/2014/03/getty-images-makes-35-million-images-free-in-fight-against-copyright-infringement/
I’ve been on the hunt for a new host since MediaTemple sold out to GoDaddy. I’d love to know who other elite authors use for hosting. I’ve looked at Host Dime, wpEngine, and a few others, but I can’t really dedicate myself to moving all those sites over to another server. Any advice from others?
If thats you in the picture, WOW, your stunning =)
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