Very nice. I like the professional look.
Front page slider is broken in safari 4 (after you click next or previous).
Nice template, might buy this one once fixed.
I’d like to see some of the other colours – either as demos or as screenshots – any way that can be done?
I’ll look into that Safari 4 slider issue to see if it’s jFlow itself or the way I set it up, I must be on 3.2 still…
Also, I added a link to the colors in the description today – thanks!
@EasyRider – I just installed Safari 4.0 for PC and it works fine for me, can you send me a message through my profile page with some more details?
Front page slider is broken in Safari 3.2.1 as well. It is completely shifted to the right when the page loads.
I just ran the demo site through BrowserShots.org with these browsers selected:
Windows: Safari 3.2.1 // Safari 4.0
Mac: Safari 3.2.3 // Safari 4.0
The home page loaded properly.
@doigman – please contact me through my profile page and send me some more details and I’ll investigate.
cudazi, the page loads ok, it messes up after you click to see the next slide.
I’m using Safari 4.0.1 and the slider works fine for me.
I do understand what EasyRider is referring to, though. When I first checked out the live preview yesterday (apparently right after it went up and before any comments were made), the slider did exactly what he said it was doing – when one clicked on ‘next’ on the slider, the next window was messed up (the ‘Going Green’ title was pushed down to the bottom of the slider and nothing else was visible).
When I checked it again hours later, all worked perfectly. I assumed cudazi had seen the problem and fixed it. (The only thing I did, on my part, between when it didn’t work and when it did work was clear my browser cache).
It’s worked fine ever since. And works fine in Firefox 3.0.8 as well.
BTW – nice job on the design, cudazi!
I can confirm the bug too only in Safari 4 latest for Mac.
When you first view the page with Jflow on and select next/prev it works fine.
When you navigate away from the page (by clicking any of the other nav items) then return after you click next the first slide the second and each following one appear completely out of place. It seems to be fine on IE and FF on Mac.
Second slide broken for me too.
Browser: Safari 4.0.2
OS: Mac OS X 10 .5
Hi, I just purchased and am getting this error when I install the theme:
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Warning: fread(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /home/wpcityproduct/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4168
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Please be sure you’re uploading just the theme and not the entire download from ThemeForest, give this a shot:
Yes, tried that. The zip file is missing the style.css file.
Ahh… this is an HTML theme, not WordPress, sorry for the confusion, it’s in the Site Template category.
As mentioned before, the home page is broken in safari 5 (and also chrome. Chrome is not supported anyways, but also runs webkit)
If you load the page: no problem. The next slide is in place. If you return to the homepage by clicking the home option in the menu bar then the first slide is just fine, but the next is lowered. Only the header and the upper 100px or so from the image is visible.
If someone (hopefully Curt himself) has a solution, please share.
Nice theme. Well documented and easy adjustable.
Hey there – try setting the height of each slide manually and see if that resolves it.
i love this theme. any chance you’re planning on making it a wordpress theme?
Hey there, I don’t believe so, but thank you for your interest!
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