Now it’s working fine for my items.
If you plan on selling the HTML (here or anywhere), you should purchase a commercial license.
WordPress themes from TF are split license: PHP code is GPL , CSS/JS/Images are not gpl.
For quite some time IE7 is no longer mandatory. Providing support for IE8 & IE9 is a good practice though
But with the latest news of IE autoupdating… our life will be a whole lot easier.
Mine also supports bbPress as a standalone, without BP . What you’re asking for is pretty easily achievable.
There is no software in this world that will replace the human brain
-> Custom Handcrafted Code will always be better than code generated by a software.
Thank you everybody
i already use add_image_size and then grab that size with the appropriate function for the use. But I use TimThumb (for now) for images with dynamic size (for example giving the user an option to decide the height).
But you gave me a good idea, since the most optional value I use in my themes is the height (mostly the width is predefined and should be fixed), so i can use add_image_size with the needed max width and semi-open height (say 9999), this will generat an image size with the right width with its auto height, then I can achieve the optional height with css.What do you think? any one tried that successfully before?
Or you could just leave the height field blank, instead of ‘450’ it should be ’’. I guess it doesn’t break things, haven’t tested yet.