#21: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: djdevon3, Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 2:41 pm ---- very good job. almost there.
#22: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: LoonyLuke, Location: ForumImgs & QuezzaPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 5:33 pm ---- very impressive. In firefox, the right cure doesn't line up (both with and without blocks) and when hoveing over forums when you mouseoff it goes white incread of black, other than that just a few background problems with the images. Very good job so far!
#23: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: WebSiteGuru, Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 12:58 am ---- It just got better, Matching Forums is pretty much done, just have to tackle the Coppermine. It's going to be tough finding a matching graphics.
#24: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: WebSiteGuru, Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 1:06 am ---- For some reason in IE it looks fine but FF Header get mess up. ?? Got to figure out why.
#25: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: djdevon3, Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 1:28 am ---- I'd hold off on creating a coppermine template. CPG-Pro template will be released soon making your efforts wasted if you want to run the improved template. It has thumbnail categories and complete theme integration so once you theme your forums your gallery is basically half themed automatically too.
I think there are only about 10 new classes that theme designers will have to add to their main style.css We've completely done away with the /coppermine/style.css successfully. What does that mean? Now Dragonfly uses only 1 css file! This goes a long way towards the advancement of complete integration of all modules making it faster and easier for theme designers.
You can keep tabs on it from my site until I hand it back over to tehbooster which should be on Wednesday or Thursday. So maybe only a week or two away from the CPG-Pro release.
If you want the classes to add into your theme to get ahead of the game we could release those to theme designers now. Unless tehbooster has more classes to add or change then they are done anyway.
CPG-Pro is just in the beginning stages. I'll be helping tehbooster add a lot more functionality in the future. It's important to release a good version now though so theme designers can get used to the css classes.
In the mean time though you could do something simple and use the template I've already created. I think it would fit in perfectly with that theme. www.treasurecoastdesig...s/c=8.html
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#26: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: xfsunoles, Location: Melbourne, FloridaPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 1:30 am ---- you not using valign="top" perhaps?
#27: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: WebSiteGuru, Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 4:21 am ---- Thanks DJDevon3, I'll use that for now.
xfsunoles - It was my table, it was kind of weired the way I did it. I re-thought on how I did it and I fixed it. Thanks thou.
#28: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: LoonyLuke, Location: ForumImgs & QuezzaPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 10:29 pm ---- just one more thing, (in FF) in the forums (e.g: www.dfaddons.com/Forum...pper.html) in the top corner near where I said above that it diddn't match the the image is missing a grey line on the right side. Probably only on modules without a righ colom avalible.
Also the very corners the background color of the image is #CCCCCC and should be #000000 to match perfectly. Other then that it looks great.
#29: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: WebSiteGuru, Posted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 1:05 am ---- Corner are fine with me in FF, I fixed the Gray line problem. If there is anything elses you guys / gals see, let me know. If not I will release this theme as soon as I finished testing it.
#30: Re: Zonecopper Theme Author: LoonyLuke, Location: ForumImgs & QuezzaPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 3:29 pm ---- I agree that they look fine, but if you go on them with ColorZilla you can see that it doesn't match perfectly - sorry to be picky