Well make checks on that file and if data is sent echo something. Then open firebug and when you click to send it you will see if it’s send and you’ll see what’s response from page where your data is sent.
If you don’t know what’s better, buy what’s more expensive.
It’s still updated and controlled by same author, same license…so don’t worry
Any coders out there willing to take on a simple project. A one page blog using my styles with categories, widgets and tags from my xhtml page already created. There are easy tutorials I’ve found, just want to have someone do it right. Website uses codes right from code canyon. Basic includes, header, sidebar footer. Website includes two menus left side and horizontal using DDlevels menu. Plus a simple scroller pulled from another html page in an iframe. Please contact me here if interested. Not a huge project, have all files. Sincerely Mark
Hi, i am available those days so if you want to contact me here is my email: firstname.lastname@example.org (remove #)
jasper1106 saidYes it’s enforced by theme, and in places where that image is displayed you should see something like the_post_thumbnail(‘somethinghere’) Also in functions.php there are functions which sets size of uploaded images and it’s crop status: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/add_image_size
This problem is driving me crazy, Wordpress seems to crop images from the center instead of the top left. When making portfolio items using the TF Wordpress themes this makes for a crazy display. I’ve tried multiple plugins and editing the media.php file directly but nothing seems to work. I’m running WP 3 .3.1 and just wondered if this behavior is enforced by the TF theme?
Can anyone point me in the right direction?Thanks a lot!
As you can see on this example add_image_size( ‘homepage-thumb’, 220, 180, true ) there is 4th parameter for cropping, false = Soft proportional crop mode and true = Hard crop mode.
Those cheap companies are bunch of beginners…i hate when clients contact me saying “we updated wp and theme shows 200 errors”, i see bunch of custom queries in themes, twentyeleven theme parts and lots of other things
I usually code themes for 500$ – 1500$, depends on complexity and type of website (portfolio, ecommerce..)
I think you need to change font, color of twitter and fb icons in header should fade in/fade out, text is not aligned…everywhere, bad choice for text color….menu under slider is kind of weird thing to do, check other themes and follow it’s interface, you spent too much of time making this theme unique and it looks like some new concept which is really bad for UX.
Pozdrav iz Bosne!
Hi needacoder, you can contact me on mushex [a] gmail.com and i will send you list of themes i made here on tf and other…thanks
Here in Mostar(Bosnia&Herzegovina) it’s total disaster
i’m trapped in house for 2 days and can’t go out…
“Where the heck is the HTML !?”
Well, then you have to dig through folders and files and scripts and try to find where that HTML and PHP is being generated and then hope you can figure out how to edit it without blowing anything up.
+1Personally haven’t purchased a WP theme here for ages (apart from ‘out the box’ solutions) because I really can’t be bothered with the ‘spaghetti’ .
spaghetti? it’s called structured programmingewizz
Just thought I’d quote as my spaghetti euphemism must of upset somebody and it got x’d.
As Avatar 12 says “I had go through several thousand lines of code” – if you look up the word spaghetti in the English Dictionary the definition is: “Wading through Wordpress PHP files to change a freekin H2 tag”