Discussion on The Kitchen Table: Responsive Recipes WP Theme

theMOLITOR

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its available as html5 template without wordpress

thx

Hi there,

Currently this theme is only available for WordPress.

Best,

Chris

CESE27

CESE27 Purchased

Please you can create a new template in wordpress from my my settings

cesar

Hi there,

I’m not sure what you mean. Please post a thread on my support forum and provide as much detail as you can: http://themolitor.com/forums

Best,

Chris

CESE27

CESE27 Purchased

You can do a job , ( viagamarra.com ) to wordpress, ???

Hi there,

Please use this form: http://themolitor.com/custom

Best,

Chris

JZ222

JZ222 Purchased

When you come across a person like Chris you know that you have struck gold! Chris brings amazing creative designs and practical layouts that serve well. Backing all of this with quick responsive times and very useful answers to all your questions. He is talented on many levels and this shines through not only the Kitchen table theme but the many other themes that he has created. This was a 5 star experience!

Thank you!

I really appreciate the nice remarks! Glad you’re enjoying the theme :-)

Best,

Chris

hello support RTL ?

Hi there,

The Kitchen Table is translation ready, but RTL is not currently a feature built into the theme.

Best,

Chris

I’m interested in buying The Kitchen Table, but I have a few requests and questions.

Requests:

  • Support for microformats and Google Recipe View.

The theme doesn’t seem to support it now https://www.google.com/search?q=site:themes.themolitor.com/kitchen+tea

Read more https://developers.google.com/structured-data/rich-snippets/recipes

  • Improve smartphone view (both portrait and landscape mode). There are problems with 2 out of the 5 list views (all except the first and the last one) and the right sidebar.

The problem is the blank space on the right side. Three list views and the right sidebar occupies only half the screen, the other half is blank. You can also see it if you resize the browser in desktop view.

  • Add a tab for nutrition facts in recipes (after Details). You can use the icon-info-sign icon.
  • Comment form before comments.

Maybe this is a personal taste. I dislike having to scroll through all the comments to leave my own comment.

Questions:

  • Can I have a video in the recipe? I choose an image thumbnail, but can I have a video in the recipe instead of a picture?
  • I watched your video walk-through. Can I compose a recipe in the visual editor, or must I use the text editor?
  • After watching your video walk-through, it seems like that the recipes are ordinary posts with recipes functions (a recipe format.) Does this mean that if I changed the theme, that recipes is still shown, but as ordinary posts?

Thought it would be preferable rather than themes that use extensions that doesn’t work with all themes.

I think this was all. ;)

I just found something.

When I hover over Bookmark in post meta, the following text appears:
<i class="icon-bookmark-empty"> </i> Bookmark

I suppose it’s meant to be:
<i class="icon-bookmark-empty">Bookmark</i>

So that it says “Bookmark” when you hover over.

Hi there,

1. The recipe/directions information is 100% controlled from the WordPress post edit screen (not a theme specific feature), so you can control all the meta data (such as Google markup, etc.) yourself :-)

2. Regarding the responsive layout, some extra space may occur, but that is because the size of the images is narrower than the size of most phones/tablets. Even though there might be some “extra space”, there still is not enough space to cram some content in there. Text would be far too narrow in that space, so I made a design decision to just leave it as is. I would not label this a “problem” since having white space does not cause any issues or limit the ability for users to engage in the content.

3. Regarding layout changes/additions, that would require custom development services. You can submit a request for services here: http://themolitor.com/custom

4. Regarding videos, yes, you can embed anything you like as the post content is 100% controlled from the post edit screen in WordPress. Please keep in mind the image gallery is separate from the post content, so if you have images uploaded to the post, there will always be a gallery. The video/content would appear below that.

5. You can use the visual editor for creating posts. I just prefer the text editor.

6. Yes, the recipes are all posts, so if you change themes you will NOT lose your recipe information. It will display in a standard list view as is recommended. With other themes, not only will your recipe information not be displayed, but you might lose the actual content when you active another theme.

7. The bookmark feature is achieved using a plugin. This might be a setting that changes with a recent update. The title and text is 100% controlled by input fields provided by the plugin, so this is easy to change/alter. I’ll have to look into it myself, though.

Hope that helps!

Best,

Christopher

Just discovered that I wrote 2 out of 5 list views. Obviously I meant 3 out of 5 list views.

Improve smartphone view (both portrait and landscape mode). There are problems with 2 out of the 5 list views (all except the first and the last one) and the right sidebar.

As I wrote here:

The problem is the blank space on the right side. Three list views and the right sidebar occupies only half the screen, the other half is blank. You can also see it if you resize the browser in desktop view.

Oh, and this was meant to be a reply to the above topic…

Hi there,

I’ll respond to your main comment…

Best,

Christopher

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