You’re allowed to use -moz and -webkit CSS properties, I know this for a fact.
Firefox 4 also offers this, check out the beta.
Just thought I’d tell you, your blog has a 403 Forbidden error when you try to access it. Don’t know if that’s meant to be there. I wanted to read it, but I couldn’t.
I’m fresh out of help pumpkins, but you can have my help squash and zucchini.
Hahaha, that’s funny
@OP: This isn’t tough.
Step 1: Add an option to your theme options for the user to choose which page.
Step 2: Use the page ID, and use the
get_page() function to get the page
Step 3: Use the
post_excerpt from the returned object to show the content.
Step 4: Optionally, use the
get_permalink() function to get the permalink.
I’m trying to find a solution for a simple effect that various templates use.
Effect: you have a link or a image thumb, when your rollover the link or image a bigger image pops up and it follows your cursor while you still hovering over the link.
here’s an example: http://www.kriesi.at/themes/expose/
Rollover the front images and youll see what I’m talking about.My site is a wordpress site so if there’s a simple plugin for this please let me know.
This is called a tooltip.
My favourite tooltip is qTip: http://craigsworks.com/projects/qtip/
You can also try this tooltip: http://jquery.bassistance.de/tooltip/demo/
I didn’t understand what’s going on here.. I have no idea what Thesis is, but I just had a look on their site and they are selling a premium wordpress theme.. What’s the problem? Sorry if I misunderstood
Well, WordPress is licensed using a license called GPL . All WP themes, since they are using WP code, should therefore (according to Matt) be licensed using GPL , which is a kinda open-source license. Chris Pearson, developer of a theme called Thesis (which he’s made millions of dollars from) refuses to license it under GPL . Matt, therefore, says this harms the WP community as well as it being illegal, and Chris says its his theme, and he’ll do what he wants. “Su me”, he says to Matt.
Thats about it.
Or to simplify, what exactly is it that links a piece of work to its original author once it is placed up for sale?
The fact that you designed/coded it. If you buy a book by, say, JK Rowling, it doesn’t mean you have copyright on it.
So what is to stop people from re-selling themeforest themes that they’ve bought on their on website, since TF uses the GPL ?
The wordpress related code is GPL but the CSS and design isn’t.
Haha I was pretty sure Rohan would says something.+1
So you acknowledge there is a problem, yet you refuse to solve it?
Guilherme wrote that