Graphene theme and Social Gallery plugin sidebar problem
AnonymousJune 2, 2013 at 2:02 am #7541
Well, I installed the Social Gallery plugin and it is creating an attachment page for all images. So we can share the image on facebook for example. When people click on the image it goes on a page with the image and people can comment.
My sidebar is showing under the main content , I tried with the default theme that come with WordPress and the sidebar is showing correctly on the right. So it seems to be a problem with Graphene only
I tried to figure out why.. for couple of hours and I would be glad if someone could look into that.
This is the PHP file of Social Gallery that generate this:
AnonymousJune 3, 2013 at 3:54 pm #38585
I would be more than pleased if Mr Syahir Hakim have a little bit of time to look into this 🙂
AnonymousJune 4, 2013 at 1:17 am #38586
I’m I being ignored because I removed the footer : Powered by Graphene?
I’m pretty sure a lot of people asking for support probably just put the Graphene tag and when they have their answer they remove it.
At least I’m not hypocrite..
I’m willing to donate a little bit of money for an answer.. I would really like to get help, I asked for Mr Hakim because for him that would be an easy one since he’s the creator.. Can anyone take a quick look?ModQuote:I’m I being ignored because I removed the footer : Powered by Graphene?
No, you’re not being ignored because of this. Lots of people remove this, which, according to the terms of the license, is perfectly fine.
In fact, you’re not being ignored at all. This forum has an excellent reputation for quick (and fairly accurate) responses. The lack of people rushing to help you could be due to several causes:
1. We are all extremely busy at the moment. (Remember, this is a volunteer forum, and we all have lives. At the moment, I am extremely busy grading exams.
2. Nobody has experienced this problem with this plugin, so there is no knowledge base to draw on.
3. Nobody besides you uses this plugin, so again, there is no knowledge base to draw on.
4. You’ve asked a question that has been answered many times before in this forum, and we don’t have the energy/time/enthusiasm to answer it again. (Have you tried searching the forum for similar problems?)
5. You’ve asked a question in a way that we can’t understand. (It happens. Check out this page on the WordPress forum, where there are close to 30,000 queries that never got a single response, often because nobody has any idea what is being asked for.) You did include a link to a page where you are experiencing this issue, and described the problem fairly accurately. We appreciate that.
In your case, this is probably either because you are missing a closing
</div>somewhere in your post or sidebar, or because you have changed the column width values to something that makes either the sidebar or the content too wide to fit in the parent container, which pushes the sidebar underneath the content. Both of these issues have arisen previously in this forum many times; a fairly reasonable search would turn up both solutions.Quote:I’m pretty sure a lot of people asking for support probably just put the Graphene tag and when they have their answer they remove it.
At least I’m not hypocrite..
I have helped many people who have done this. Again, you are free to do this according to the theme’s license. (I realize you may have meant this as a joke. In that case, adding ‘lol’ helps to clarify this, as plain text does not always convey a joke.)Quote:I’m willing to donate a little bit of money for an answer.
That’s not the spirit in which either open-source projects (such as WordPress and the Graphene theme) or this forum work. If it’s terribly desperate, you can hire Syahir (his going rate is $35/hour; you can contact him on his website) or you can hire someone here: jobs.wordpress.netQuote:I asked for Mr Hakim because for him that would be an easy one since he’s the creator.
Don’t always count on this. Syahir’s knowledge is encyclopedic (I have banged my head against my keyboard many times over something I couldn’t figure out when he’s come along with an incredibly simple fix), but he may not be familiar with this particular plugin. On the other hand, he may be familiar with it, but he could just be busy with other things.Quote:Can anyone take a quick look?
Yes, of course. But first, please don’t bump topics. If you feel it necessary to bump, at least have tried something out and let us know what it was and what result you gotâ€”add some new information that we can chew on. Second, tell us what modifications you’ve already made. Have you edited theme or plugin files? Are you using a child theme? How much knowledge do you have about HTML and CSS? All of these things help narrow things down for us. We’re happy to help, but you’ve got to do some of the lifting, as well.
Please don’t feel I’m picking on you. But if you are going to have a website, you are entering another world with a different culture and a different set of expectations. Please respect that. After all, how would you feel if I asked you not just what is wrong with my car, but expected you to fix it for free and on my schedule, rather than yours? We are glad to have you as part of the WordPress community in general and the Graphene community in particular; we only ask that you understand the community you are joining and adjust your attitudes/expectations accordingly.
AnonymousJune 4, 2013 at 1:17 pm #38588
found the missing div, 🙂 have a wonderful day
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