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I have just purchased your theme and i am new to EE, so i wanted to start working on it but noticed that the theme is meant to be installed along with EE and i had already EE installed.
Will it make any difference if i go ahead and upload files on the server? or is it better to uninstall and then install again?
There is no content on the site except for a test i did. Thanks in advanced.
The easiest is def. to just copy the original EE files over your current install and then install EE over again with the theme.
Sorry to bother i did search over at the forum for answers but with no luck, so here i am. I cant see special characters á,é,ñ, etc.
Also, what style sheet do i need to edit for the slider text (it is going to two lines and the last one is almost out of the slider)
Can i change the flickr widget for it to be a you tube widget?
> Sorry to bother i did search over at the forum for answers but with no luck,
> so here i am. I cant see special characters á,é,ñ, etc.
What do you mean by this? Where can’t you see these characters?
> Also, what style sheet do i need to edit for the slider text (it is going to
> two lines and the last one is almost out of the slider)
It’s controlled by the #wooslider stuff in standard_css.group/style.css
> Can i change the flickr widget for it to be a you tube widget?
Yepp, add a template called “youtube” in the widgets group and then enter “youtube” in the control panel (widget settings).
Sorry i hadnt followed up. Well as you will see in the site, at some points you cannot see special characters, specifically in the side bar, where is is supposed to be Religión Futbol, you only see Religin Futbol
For now fixing this will do, thanks again.
Tried to click that link but got “Site offline”.
Anyway, this is the cufon font – it probably does not have those characters in it. An alternative could be to disable the cufon fonts (the headlines won’t look as nice as now but it might be worth it nonetheless).
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