Discussion on Aperture - The First Photography Theme for Ghost

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mazsb Purchased

Hi, I purchase this theme, but I can’t install it on wordpress because indicates that style.css doesn’t exist. Could you help me with this problem?

Hola, al comprar el tema, no me permite instalarlo en el wordpress debido a que me indica que falta la hoja de estilo. ¿Podría solucionarme este problema?

QBKL

Hello, this is not a Wordpress theme, as well mentioned in the item description, category and the big notice in the documentation. It will not work on WordPress unfortunately. You could try addressing Envato support if you think you can prove them you’ve made an honest mistake purchasing it.

Kind regards, Alex

Hi, I just bought this theme (which I really like), but somehow the last images from the homepage are leaking onto a second row of images (so vertically) instead of moving to a second page. What can I do to change this (for this ruins the clean scrolling and the whole concept)? I’ve noticed this happens in the live-demo version occasionally too, but I assumed it would be possible to fix or define. I hope you understand what I mean and hope you have an answer.

Annick

Default-user

Thank you for taking a look. Here is the link to my premature site: http://www.annickspoelstra.nl It happens to me in the Live Demo of Aperture on Theme forest, not at first glance, but after you go to the “slide-in-menu” at the top-right and click “home”. It reloads the homepage and images get out of line (vertically).

Annick

QBKL

Hi, took a quick look an noticed that between “cd cover 6 panel” and “presentation documents” you have a public yet image-empty post. The script calculates sizes based on the widths of the images found and allocates the scrollable DIV the compound obtained. Since there is an empty post there which still benefits from a width (based on paddings and not image size) the total real amount will be bigger than that calculated, thus pushing the last image below. That’s where your issue is. I’d also suggest you don’t use such slim images as the one from “Ranks”. Or rather create a wider compound with it to maintain a good visual flow and to have your titles fully visible.

Hope this helps,

Alex

Default-user

thank you, Alex – this was the problem indeed. I don’t know what is causing it for the demo version as I described above, but that might be for your own interest. though I’m curious, I’m quite happy the way it works now. Thanks again, Annick

jeremyet Purchased

I really like this theme, but there seems to be a problem displaying images – see http://tomorrowness.com . more images appear when I zoom out of browser to 10% size, but this isn’t really a workable solution. Any help would be much appreciated.

jeremy

QBKL
QBKL Author

Hi Jeremy, I’m not particularly sure what issue are you experiencing exactly. Your website behaves perfectly for me. Even when using different zoom levels (PS: That’s not actually recommended).

The page basically consists of a container, with a predefined number of photos aligned side by side and a horizontal scroll to go from photo 1 to last photo. That’s what your website does for me, no matter the zoom level, and that’s what the site is supposed to do.

Alex

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