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javelin
Re: CSS100 [Holy Grail CSS Wireframe Theme]
  • 2006/9/8 14:27

  • javelin

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The fixed theme athttp://www.suffolkvapc.org is progressing well, if a little too purple.

However I'd like to increase the gap between the item foot and the title of the next item and I'm struggling to find which item in the css controls this.

Cheers

Mike
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javelin
Re: CSS100 [Holy Grail CSS Wireframe Theme]
  • 2006/9/5 12:58

  • javelin

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Hi Chappy,

Is the "Sections Categories" a multimenu menu?

If so try reducing the box width a little.
I did this yesterday and found that those icons started to work.
Currently the menu border overflows the column so I guess thats why it's not working?

Edit - I just applied the "fixed" theme to another more haevily laden site and there were problems.
However they seem to all be related to block size.
For example the chat box width had to be reduced as had some thumbnails.
I also have a few iframes which needed a width reduction.
All worked from then on in both ff and IE until I hit the mid and large font buttons where both coluns dropped out.

I'm guessing here but the main problem seems to be when as size of a block, photo, frome is set in the module prefs it clashes with the set sizes in the theme.
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javelin
Re: CSS100 [Holy Grail CSS Wireframe Theme]
  • 2006/9/5 11:38

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Double hmmmm,

I changed to 105 and it made litte difference but I also tweaked the padding in the css from 10 to 5 for the three center columns and for the left and right column fieldsets from 10 to 5. see below, and fixed is now fixed

Quote:

#leftColumn fieldset
{ padding: 5px; border: solid 1px #cccccc }

#rightColumn fieldset
{ padding: 5px; border: solid 1px #cccccc }

.centerCcolumn
{ margin: 0 0 5px; padding: 5px; border: solid 1px #cccccc }

.centerLcolumn
{ float: left; margin: 0 5px 0 0; padding: 5px; border: solid 1px #cccccc; width: 43% }

.centerRcolumn
{ float: right; margin: 0 0 5px; padding: 5px; border: solid 1px #cccccc; width: 43% }



Spured on by this stroke of abject genius coupled with almost total luck I did the same for skidoo too and guess what?
It worked as well.

Happy bunny
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javelin
Re: CSS100 [Holy Grail CSS Wireframe Theme]
  • 2006/9/4 23:56

  • javelin

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Uploaded the fixed fixed theme and Skidoo too to
http://www.suffolkvapc.org/

However they both seem to have the same column dropping issue with ie6
FF there is no prroblem and all is well, its a shame that 87% of my users use ie

If you ctrl f5 the left column appears in the right place
until the moment the right column appears and then the left coumn drops down

Quote:
In ie however the only way I can stop the left column dropping down below the level of the center column is by clicking on the large font icon.


In the new fixed theme this no longer happens.

Sorry

EDIT - I changed the multi menu box size down to 120 wide and deactivated the "random faq question" box and we are back to clicking on either med or large font icons to set the left column correctly in both fixed and Skidoo themes.
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javelin
Re: CSS100 [Holy Grail CSS Wireframe Theme]
  • 2006/9/4 15:25

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FF all seem fine and dandy.

In ie however the only way I can stop the left column dropping down below the level of the center column is by clicking on the large font icon.

Clicking on Medium and small font icons drop the left column.
The default is small.

I tried increasing the width from 760 to 860 but it makes no difference.
Also when going into some of the site links the right column is dropped but can be sorted again by clicking on the font size.
In some cases both large and medium work fine but small does not.

I've tagged the theme to the following site for you to have a look at.

http://www.suffolkvapc.org/


Love the sub menu options - very cool

Oh and the client likes purple by the way
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javelin
Re: CSS Wireframe Theme
  • 2006/8/18 10:33

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The "fixed" theme works well with all my modules.

However due to the rigid nature of the theme I would have to change a signicant number of site images to stop column overlap.

Do I understand correctly that to make this theme Fluid is not straight forward?

However I seem to remember that the demo is fluid?
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javelin
Re: CSS Wireframe Theme
  • 2006/8/17 9:15

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


There are quite a few modules,

Multimenu 1.82
Cbb 3.04
News 1.44
Pical .87
Smartsection 2.1
WF-Downloads 3.1
memberlist 1
AMS 2.41
Online history 1
Shoutbox 3.2
My-iframe 1.4
Polls 1.1
myalbum 2.87
xmline 2

Bop comments 0.71 & Whats new 2.1 deactivated

Screenshots,
My default (modified xtnrplastic by Xoopstuner)

CSS100 in ie

CSS100 in mozilla
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javelin
CSS Wireframe Theme
  • 2006/8/17 0:20

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


Tried the css100 theme on one of my more heavily content laden 2.0.14 sites.

In mozilla the right column went to the left and the center content dropped below this.

In opera I got the same result as above.

In IE the left and right column were fine but the center content dropped below the bottom level of the bottom of the left column.
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javelin
Re: how do i add a link custom to the main menu ?
  • 2006/8/8 11:05

  • javelin

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The best way I found was to use multi menu,

A Superb module that will allow you to do what you want and more.
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javelin
Re: RSS & ebay
  • 2006/8/4 16:15

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


gestroud you are a complete Star

TinyUrl.com worked a trick,

Happy bunny now

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