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Missing style sheet error when installing the theme

A common issue that can occur with users new to installing WordPress themes is a "Broken theme and/or stylesheets missing” error message being displayed when trying to upload or activate the theme. This error message does not mean that the theme you have purchased is broken, it simply means it has been uploaded incorrectly. Luckily, there is a very easy fix.

How do I translate the theme to another language?

Translating the theme to another language is very easy.

The theme comes with a GNU Gettext Catalog file (.PO) and you can find it in the folder /language/breeze.po.

As an example, say you want to translate the theme’s frontend to Portuguese. First thing you need to do is to create a copy of the breeze.po file and name it pt-PT.po. Notice the language tags in the file name and make sure to select your tags correctly. Look at the following examples:
  • English: en-GB (British English), en-US (American English), en-CA (Canadian English)
  • Spanish: es-ES (Castilian Spanish, Spanish as written and spoken in Spain), es-MX (Mexican Spanish), es-AR (Argentine Spanish), es-CO (Colombian Spanish)
  • Portuguese: pt-PT (European Portuguese, Portuguese as written and spoken in Portugal), pt-BR (Brazilian Portuguese)

So now that you have a copy of the original breeze.po file, you need to open this new file using an application called Poedit: http://www.poedit.net/.

When you Install the app and open your file, you’ll see a column with the theme’s original strings in English and a column for the translation.

Click each individual original string and at the bottom provide a translation for it in your destination language.

When you have all the original strings translated save the file in Poedit.

You’ll now see that the app has created a new file called pt-PT.mo which has all your translations compiled. Copy this file to the languages folder of the breeze theme in your Wordpress installation.

Now that you have a compiled translated file you need to instruct Wordpress to use it (if you’ve already installed Wordpress in another language you might have the next step done already). Open the file wp-config at the root of your Wordpress installation and look for the following code:

define ('WPLANG', '');

In our above example, we are translating to Portuguese so change this line of code to:

define ('WPLANG', 'pt-PT');

You should now see the frontend of your site using the translated strings.

How do I add another Cufon font to the Breeze Admin Panel dropdown?

Because Breeze allows you to select between different Cufon fonts, it uses Cufon in a very specific way.

Normally you would generate a Cufon font script, upload the script file to your server, reference it in the scripts area and you’ll be set.

In Breeze you need to take extra steps:

- first you need to generate another cufon font script for your desired font (instruction on how to generate are on the cufon website).

- start by generating a script including your Regular and Bold font sizes and make sure to input “Cufon” as the font family (see screenshot).

- now you need to generate a script including your Light font size (if the font you are using does not support a Light weight use the Regular weight in this step) and make sure to input “Cufon Light” as the font family (see screenshot).

- the next step is to integrate both files in one so open up the last file you generated, copy its content and paste it in the bottom of the first script file you generated so that in the same file there are two scripts with the font family “Cufon” (Regular and Bold) and one script with the font family “Cufon Light” (Light).

In this tutorial let’s assume we have generated a cufon font script for Helvetica and the script file name is Helvetica.font.js.

Now that you’ve got a new font script ready to be used in Breeze, you have to copy it to the folder /js/fonts.

Next edit the file /library/scripts.php and add the following code next to the existing font script references:

if ( $unisphere_options['font'] == 'Helvetica' ) { wp_enqueue_script( 'tertre', UNISPHERE_JS . '/fonts/Helvetica.font.js', array( 'jquery' ) ); } // Helvetica Font

Now edit the file /library/admin/panel.php and add the font name to the font select array (note: the name of the font has to be the same used in the previous code in /library/scripts.php)

array( "name" => "Cufon Font",
    "desc" => "Select the Cufon Font you want for the site, or disable it.",
    "id" => "font",
    "type" => "select",
    "options" => array ("Sansation", "Museo", "Diavlo", "Vegur", "Fertigo Pro", "Comfortaa", "Tertre", "Helvetica", "Disable Cufon"),
    "std" => ""),

Now you’ll have a new option in the Font dropdown in the admin panel and if you followed all the steps the new font should appear on the site’s frontend.

I’ve updated to version 1.3 and want to use the 4 Column Portfolio page template but my images are displaying incorrectly. What do I do?

Because the 4 Column Portfolio page template was introduced after the initial release of the theme, Wordpress didn’t have the information at the time about the 4 column portfolio image sizes.

What you need to do is install a plugin called Regenerate Thumbnails and just run it (after install go to Tools » Regenerate Thumbnails). Wait for the process to finish and you won’t have to run this process anymore, it’s that simple.

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