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    Syahir Hakim

    #11863

    Nope, you just need to add the following code:

    <?php
    function graphene_custom_header_width(){
    return 1024;
    }
    add_filter('graphene_header_image_width', 'graphene_custom_header_width');
    ?>

    stillworx

    #11864

    Ok.. I will give it a shot.

    And thanks again! 🙂

    BTW, are you Malaysian?

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #11865

    Yep I am, Ipoh mali 😀

    stillworx

    #11866

    Code added. And it works! Thanks! I will try changing the default headers next.. 😀

    Such a coincidence that I chose a theme designed by a fellow Malaysian! haha…

    BTW, I linked to your website from mine. Hope you don’t mind.

    stillworx

    #11867

    Hi Syahir,

    Just updated to 1.1.3… after updating I couldn’t access my admin screen. I replaced the functions.php with an older version and it could load. Here’s the error log:

    [08-Jan-2011 00:20:03] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function graphene_title() in /wp-content/themes/graphene/header.php on line 15

    Perhaps it’s not related to 1.1.3, just a coincidence?

    David

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #11868

    Try updating to 1.1.3.1, now available from the repository.

    stillworx

    #11869

    Hi Syahir,

    Thanks, it works now. Do you accept donations via Maybank2U?

    David

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #11870

    Hi David,

    Sure. I’ve sent the bank account details to the email you used to register on this forum.

    Thanks!

    stillworx

    #11871

    Hi Syahir,

    Thanks for the update.. it surprised me a little since the visuals changed, but nothing some minor tweaking of the CSS didn’t fix.

    I have a question though, I notice that when I scroll vertically in Firefox (using the mouse wheel), the scroll seems ‘heavy’. But in Chrome (my main browser), it behaves normally. Any reason for this?

    I disabled the Javascript slider and the scroll is ok again. Is this due to Firefox’s less advance Javascript engine?

    David

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #11872

    I believe it’s due to Firefox’s CSS rendering engine not being optimised for CSS3 yet. The new look utilises quite a lot of CSS3 to enhance the visuals with the highest flexibility,

    That’s also the reason why in Firefox, the container doesn’t have a drop shadow. Try viewing it in Chrome or IE, and the drop shadow will be there, but you probably won’t notice it in your website since it has a dark background. It looks better with the drop shadow, but I have to scrap it off for Firefox or the slider will be noticeably slow.

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