I knew Syahir was going to eventually force…

  • Anonymous

    #1901

    … me to go through 9000 lines of code and try to figure out what css elements I have changed in my original style.css file.

    Thanks Syahir!!

    Looking forward to seeing how the update performs. NOT looking forward to the tedious task I have laid out in front of me tonight (Yikes!!).

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #17713

    lol… the update mainly addresses the major bugs reported here since 1.5.1, so if you’ve got those sorted out, there’s no rush! Full changelog here: http://dev.khairul-syahir.com/wordpress/graphene/documentation/changelog/

    Anonymous

    #17714

    I noticed that after reading your changelog inside the .zipped download.

    However, it is something which simply must be done. I saw on the new .css, the formatting is much more pleasing.

    For some reason, my original .css has TONS of white space between the property and element attributes. I mean, like seven complete blank white lines between each property…

    The entire file looks similar to this:

    html,

    body,

    h1,

    h2,

    h3,

    h4,

    h5,

    h6,

    p,

    img,

    ul,

    ol,

    li,

    form,

    fieldset {

    border: 0 none;

    margin: 0;

    padding: 0;

    }

    .clearfix:after,

    #commentform:after {

    clear: both;

    content: ".";

    display: block;

    height: 0;

    visibility: hidden;

    }

    I need to go in and take out all that white space. I’m not sure if this was original, or if I did something while installing.

    Thanks again for everything!! I am extremely please with Graphene and I intend to keep it for the life of my website.

    Anonymous

    #17715

    Well, apparently it doesn’t show it like in my file. Your site takes out all the blank space when using backticks.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #17716
    Quote:
    I need to go in and take out all that white space. I’m not sure if this was original, or if I did something while installing.

    I’ve seen this happening due to some FTP client setting or something, or maybe inconsistent line ending settings in your text/code editors.

    If you have Dreamweaver, you can remove all the unnecessary newlines using these steps: http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=622323#post5818363

    On a side note, those lines are definitely NOT supposed to be there 😀

    Anonymous

    #17717

    HOLY CRAP!!! I could kiss you, my friend!! But you know how I like the ladies 😉

    What a timesaver!!!!!!!!!

    I went in and took about an hour manually deleting all the space once before. I’ll have to check my ftp settings and see if I can isolate the cause.

    THANK YOU!!

    Anonymous

    #17718

    AMAZING!!

    That nifty little trick just took me from 8965 lines of code to 2196 lines of code.

    Me (and my browser) thank you!!

    horndasch

    #17719

    Is it somehow possible to just reset all the changes I made in the CSS to how it was originally? Thanks!

    Anonymous

    #17720

    You could download 1.5.1 again, save it to your desktop. Extract, and find the style.css file. Copy this to your .../wp-content/themes/graphene folder.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #17721

    You can also download directly from here:

    http://themes.svn.wordpress.org/graphene/

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