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Fair enough. Everybody has to eat and get a return on their time. Too bad Theme Forest doesn’t do this. Seems counter-intuitive if you’re trying to build long-term loyalty. Of course, maybe the current system is better for Theme Forest, not necessarily the product creators.
The model I usually favor is to pay $150+ for multiple site rights to a theme I really like. That way I can install it on as many sites as I want, and the developer makes more, too.
I appreciate your answers here, and wish you the best.
Thanks for the note. Frankly, the lack of updating is the reason I have stopped buying from Theme Forest.
After putting in sometimes hundreds of hours in building a site up, the fact that the developer doesn’t update the features leaves the owner no choice but to go out and buy a new theme — which will usually take a lot of work to smooth things out.
If I bought another theme from you the same thing would happen, and that doesn’t make sense for me.
For people who do Internet marketing for a living, the developer updating a theme protects my investment of money and time invested. If you do that I can be a long term customer. If you don’t, I have to look elsewhere.October 24, 2010 at 9:24 am in reply to: "a href" code to send visitor to new page when ad is clicked #36216
That’s fair. Guess I just needed to know if Flash-based stuff will survive within WP.
Thanks!October 23, 2010 at 10:53 am in reply to: Separating images in widget and making each clickable #36130October 23, 2010 at 10:11 am in reply to: Separating images in widget and making each clickable #36128
Okay, thanks. Got it to work.
For now, I’ll just do these individually. There are very few pages involved (maybe 15-20) and I don’t understand classes in CSS. I’m sure it’s easier in the long run but again, I’d need to know exactly what line to place the code, etc. When you say to “add the following code to your style.css, don’t I have to know where to put it? If I just type it in anywhere, won’t that mess things up?
Sorry, I’m a noob in this stuff.
Thanks again for the help.October 23, 2010 at 9:23 am in reply to: Separating images in widget and making each clickable #36126
Thanks, but I don’t know where to place these codes.
Please provide the file, line number, something to guide me on where it goes.
This stuff is easy for you guys, but it is just like stumbling around in the dark for a lot of us.
Much appreciated.October 23, 2010 at 7:31 am in reply to: Separating images in widget and making each clickable #36124
Thanks, but I don’t understand the first item. Here’s the code again…how should it now read?
And add that exact language of the second item onto the last line of style.css?
Sorry, but I’m not a coder by any means.
Much appreciated.October 22, 2010 at 7:09 am in reply to: Separating images in widget and making each clickable #36122October 21, 2010 at 8:24 pm in reply to: How do I get rid of thumbnails under the slider and reduce size of the area? #36017
Let me throw another one at you. We’re having a heck of a time centering text vertically on that Featured Stripe. Seems the only way to do it so far is to lower the white box. If you look at the image attached you see that the text is technically centered in the stripe, but since the white stripe is lowered and exposes the brown color area, visually there is no change.
Here’s how we started out, all that was showing of the brown was a thin stripe for accent, which I like:
Then came the adjustment 30px 0 0 10px and this happened:
Now there’s a lot of brown showing, which I’d rather not do. Do you know of any way to keep things intact and just have the text play nice and reside in the center of the stripe?
Thanks!October 21, 2010 at 11:11 am in reply to: Can't find place to set column count, entries, etc., for portfolio pages #36063
Still doesn’t work, even with that change. See my image below.
What happens now is that the box moves downward to expose the brown color above, but the end result is that the text still does not look centered.
Other comments are on the image. Thanks.
Okay, I saw somebody else use Postimage.org and set up an account. We’re good for screenshots.
Here’s the text centering issue.
Thanks for that. Text looks good. One more small thing.
The text is riding high in the Feature Stripe, somewhat into the shaded area.
Is there a way to lower it down a little? I tried the padding in the code you sent but it is vertical padding, not horizontal.
Thanks for the help.
Thanks. It worked. Copyright and site name are centered, and “top” moved to the right-hand margin.
However, I’m left with one character that is out of place.
“Copyright Site Name -”
That little dash …”-”… at the end of the name is sticking out like a sore thumb.
Can you tell me where to find it to remove it?
Have looked at dozens and dozens of widgets and no luck. WP-125 looks possible but it is no longer supported, and I can’t figure how to turn 125 x 125 ads into 250 x 125.
Okay, figured out #3, featured stripe area now 70px instead of 135 and exactly what I want.
Now, if I can make the text larger, that will finish off this section.
How did you get your logo to move out of the header area and float above the slider?
Oh, and #3, I would still like to shrink that whole area from the current size to maybe half or two-thirds of it. Please advise how to do that.
Thanks. That worked to get the text in there. However, it’s not formatted.
1. If this forum allowed for attachments I would upload an image to show it, but essentially it looks like normal text. I’m looking to make it as large as the “Why Avisio?” What can I add to make that happen?
2. Those three thumbnail images are still in there. How can I remove them, without removing them from the slider itself?
Tried your fix as stated above and got an error: “Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘<’ in /home6/guamsurv/public_html/guamtraining/buildout3/wp-content/themes/avisio-business-and-portfolio/avisio/index.php on line 45″
Did exactly as you wrote. Replaced this…
echo ‘<strong class=”ie6fix”>’.$k_option.’<span class=”buttonBg dynamicBg”></span>‘;
<div style=”margin: -10px 0 0 10px;”>My text</div>
Got the error every time.