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ebenjen

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The top bar with my logo in it runs left to right across the top of the screen. The second bar with the navigation menu starts about 200 pixels from the left, aligned with the content underneath it. But the right end of the bar extends beyond the content area to the right edge of the screen. I’d like this second bar to run the full width of the browser window like the one above it. Do you know what I need to fix?

You mean the background? This would be an easy CSS tweak:

body #navigation-wrap {
    background: #474747;
}
ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

No, not the background. Sorry I wasn’t clear. I’m talking about the fact that the nav bar doesn’t run the full width of the window like the darker bar above it does. I’ll add another image to illustrate.

ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

Yes! Sorry, I misunderstood your reply. That was exactly what I was hoping for. Thanks a lot.

Great ;)

Hello WPExplorer!

I’m finally coming around to using your awesome GoodInc theme. Where can I find the documentation for this theme. When I click on the documentation click it takes me to a page describing the features of your Total theme.

Thanks!

The documentation should be included in the main zip you download from your ThemeForest downloads. I will have a look at that documentation link because there isn’t any live docs for this theme yet.

Hi!

We have been using your theme for quite a while and are very happy with the design!

Some plugins however seem to have a problem with the way that javascript/jquery are registered. One author of a plugin advised us to do the following:

“Your website is loading the jQuery library directly from a CDN server, and not uses the scripts registration process of WordPress (that is the correct way to register a new location of the scripts), so, all scripts loaded in WordPress, dependent of jQuery could fail, because are not notified about the inclusion of jQuery.”

For example: on http://www.blitzrechner.de/hutgroesse-berechnen/ in line 54 + 55:

<script type='text/javascript' src='http://www.blitzrechner.de/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js'></script> <script type='text/javascript' src='http://www.blitzrechner.de/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery-migrate.min.js'></script>

http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_register_script and
https://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script

But how can we implement this? Which files have to be modified to register js correctly?

Many thanks in advance, all the best from Berlin, Tim

@wpexplorer: your answer would be higly appreciated

The theme does NOT load it’s own version of jQuery…The only thing I can think of is maybe your theme is very outdated, can you check? http://www.wpexplorer.com/changelogs/goodinc/

But I don’t think that has ever been the case. It’s most likely another plugin loading jQuery incorrectly…

You can look at functions/scripts.php and see how the theme loads scripts.

ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

The documentation says that the recommended image width should be 960 but it doesn’t mention height. It also says, “the bigger the better” so I have been uploading images that are 1024×682, which is the size my photographer has given me. But the cropped images are showing up at different proportions: 600×320, 300×190, 630×390. Is there a default image size I can use that will ensure my images look the same in all locations?

http://stillhotyoga.com

The height doesn’t matter because the theme only resizes the image to the 960 width and keeps your height proportional to the original upload. This way for example if you upload a photo of a person it can display the whole person and not crop off their face and feet.

ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

Thanks but that’s not what I’m seeing. I’m having height cropped.

On my carousel this image is used: http://stillhotyoga.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_0207-300x190.jpg and on the home page excerpt and actual page this is the image that is used: http://stillhotyoga.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_0207-620x320.jpg

I’d like to avoid height cropping, or at least minimize it.

ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

Is there not an ideal image proportion that will minimize height cropping?

ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

Here’s another example:

Original image: http://stillhotyoga.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_0130.jpg

Cropped: http://stillhotyoga.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_0130-620x320.jpg

As you can see, part of her head is cropped off. This is what I’m trying to avoid.

ebenjen

ebenjen Purchased

(In this one I used 960 as the width instead of 1024 but the proportions are the same.)

After doing some experimenting I have found that the optimum image size is 960×500. If I use this size then the height does not get cropped. Since most of my images are of people I need to avoid having height cropped so body parts don’t get chopped off. The width is cropped for Slider images, which is fine. I don’t understand how you can say the height doesn’t matter when it clearly does.

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