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Thanks for the pointer, I got it working in the end, i think the ‘dynamic-css.php’ file was overriding the css change, so i moved the custom.css link to bottom of the header.php file.
Thanks for the pointers, I updated angular, and regenerated the thumbnails, but still no luck.
I ended up doing a bit of an overhaul, updating wordpress, all plugins, and importing dummy data, and then piecing it back together.
I’m not sure what went wrong, but it’s working again.
Thanks again for the help.
AlanNovember 3, 2012 at 5:15 pm in reply to: Tutorial: Use the same style header social icons for sharing individual posts #81979
Hi BelleLurette & Peter
Thanks for letting me know the download expired,
I’ve setup a new download link which is hosted on my site, so it wont go down again:
The finished result also be seen on one of my portfolio pages:
AlanJune 23, 2012 at 7:53 am in reply to: Social Header Links – Change from follow me, to like/tweet about the site #75854
Thanks for looking into the query, I can’t find any other sites using buttons this way.
I’m beginning to think it isn’t a good idea, I don’t want to take liberties with people’s social accounts.
They may get annoyed if they were expecting to look and my facebook page, and instead finds that i have set it to like my site!
I appreciate your help, the topic can be marked as closed.
I use this plugin for google web fonts:
You can add custom css within the plugin to identify the element you want to change
Thanks for posting the link, still no joy unfortunately.
I’m going to admit defeat!
For reference, the closest i got was using a method posted by ThemeBlvd in this link:
It switched the css, and registered cookies, but the layout didn’t load, so it was basically styled text.
I suppose you could bloat the css with all the layout etc, but i’ve spent enough time messing with it.
If anyone finds a solution in future please share.
I’m also really interested in this, im planning to use replace the social header icons with a css switcher, one for day and night.
Something like this would be ideal, but i struggled to impliment it:
Any pointers would be brilliant.
You can change the lightbox theme by editing the jquery file, or by editing the default images.
To change the theme, edit the following at the top of the ‘jquery.prettyPhoto.js’ file, change
If you don’t like the appearance, you can edit the default images, in this folder:
The moderators may have an easier way.May 20, 2012 at 2:42 pm in reply to: Frontpage – portfolio items displaying incorrectly #75207