[BETA] Graphene 1.3b
OK, I’ve fixed the other two bugs you mentioned.
I think I’ve figured out the problem with the images, but I’m not sure if I can fix it on my end. In the
style.cssfile in version 1.3b, I’ve added a new property
width: auto;to the
It wasn’t there before, but it’s required in order for Internet Explorer (can’t remember whether it’s IE7 or IE8) to resize the image automatically if it exceeds the content area.
But still, I think the real problem is that WordPress isn’t resizing the images that you uploaded to the server. This could be due to permission problems, or the necessary image manipulation module or extension is not installed/enabled in your server.
When you remove the
width: auto;from the CSS, the image shows up in the size you wanted it to, but just because the HTML element for the image has the
widthattribute assigned to it. This means that the browser still have to download the full-sized images (1024×768), and then resize it down to the thumbnail size (200×150). This is of course a waste of bandwidth, and cause the images to be loaded slowly by the browser because the file size of the full-size images are quite large (300+ KB).Admin
OK, I think I’ve fixed the issues. Can you try updating your
style.cssfiles with the updated ones here:
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