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Re: Sliding Door 3.0 released!

PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2012 9:44 pm
by Sakecat
Is there a change in the most recent update that changes the foot print of the text area it is allot bigger than it once was. If so what was the original setting i would like to add this to my child Css file that I am making so that it will appear as it once did. Thank you.

Also are the child theme instructions found @ still current as of this update.

Re: Sliding Door 3.0 released!

PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 1:33 am
by wayne

The centre text area is still 500px wide, it shouldn't be any wider than it was!

Check out the theme preview, is your's different to that?


Re: Sliding Door 3.0 released!

PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 5:55 am
by Sakecat
well I am referring to the one column no side bar template seems that the text box is now some where around 900px where as before it was justified right a little further and probably 700px across. Also I am just now realizing my numbered list is black rather than white and that this only happens in my child theme??? I can defiantly confirm thought that I am having a problem with the proper alignment and justification of the one column no side bar page. Where as my contact portion of the my site would normally appear slightly to the center under the photo slider it is now justified completely to the left. All of my one column no side bar pages are like this. this is present both in the parent theme and the child theme. The child theme is taking on the added problem of ordered lists that was present and fixed with the recent update I am suspecting that I am not importing some of the css?? I am also guessing that you decided to change the justification or drop some padding on the one column template. I would like to add a template page with the original justification at least for things like my contact page. The other pages are ok but with my background image it makes sense to have padding on the left for smaller screens.

I would like to continue this discussion in another thread that I have started. As I am getting click sick going back and forth and I know That we are going to get into some code on this one.

Re: Sliding Door 3.0 released!

PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 7:27 pm
by Gangles
Love the theme and the update. I just happen to notice while using 3.0.6 that the far right slider in the slider menu is causing some sort of issue with the far right border of the slider image. It has a sort of flicker and movement which causes the right side margin to change. Also, the background image seems a bit off, but that could just be me.

I tried looking through the forums for answers but found none and this only started happening once I upgraded. Any help is appreciated. for reference.

Re: Sliding Door 3.0 released!

PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 11:43 pm
by Benjam
Hi Wayne. I'm greatfull for this fantastic theme. Thanks!

But... Are you aware that the last sliderbox(7) - when selecting this - it makes the other ones moves in a 'wrong' direction?

Very ignoring. Especially when trying to get a match between the moves/pictures.

Do you see it, or is it just me & my browser (safari, firefox). -I'm running the v3.0.8 of your theme.

Re: Sliding Door 3.0 released!

PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:31 pm
by kikibelu
wayne wrote:1. If by 'customisations' you mean setting up the sliding door featured images and setting up menus from the wordpress admin, none of that will be changed with the upgrade.
TO BE CAUTIOUS... you can edit the name of the first line of the current theme in style.css to be something different (Eg '/*Theme Name: Sliding Door - Mine') then you can install the new theme ALONGSIDE the old one and switch back and forth between the old and new untill you are happy that the new one works.

Hi anf first thanks a lot for your theme, very usefull.

On a new site, I have insalled slinding door v3.0.8, modified the name in style.css( Eg '/*Theme Name: Sliding Door - Mine)
After this, i can't install a new slinding door version , it wrote that the theme is installed.

Can you help me ?

Thanks a lot