Where can we test that browser?
webkit or safari the only difference is screen resolution
no problems here either test both normal view and compatibility w7 ultimate
... and mostly I’m wondering why a new WP theme approved here today wouldn’t be required to be WP 3 .0 compatible (or at least support 1 WP nav, as detailed by the Kailoon post).
what I get out of Kailoons post is that it is required to be 3.0 compatible mainly from the heading Default requirements(3.0) but some one may correct me if Im wrong
Congrats Great work man
EDIT :Double Post
EDIT : i should mention that kriesi is most likely a custom script he wrote, best way is just use jquery to change everything
...just wondering. And if not, is there any good reason why it wouldn’t have to be?
First, let me start by saying I am fairly new to WordPress. I have designed and built other sites using other programs, but this is my first real attempt at a WP site. Here’s a breakdown of my dilemma . . .
Purchased the PixelBlog theme (http://themeforest.net/item/pixelblob-portfolio-and-business-wordpress-theme/109426) and transferred the file into the WP themes folder using an FTP Client. I transferred over the main (parent?) folder, then replaced some of the files with the Pixel Blog red files, as I want the site in red. The activated theme looks like this: http://www.volunteersouthbay.org/
I’m not sure where the problem lies. I would be very appreciative of your help.Thanks, Mar
remove the theme download it again from theme forest(My Account > downloads >) unzip the file look for the folder with the theme name and upload it to your wp-contents > themes folder activate the theme, then check the documentation on how to change the color my guess is there is an option to change the color(seen as there multiple skins), now that being said its best to contact the author of the theme or post it on the Item Discussion and ask without knowing what the file structure is like or what files you changed itll be a while guess for the most part