Internet Explorer Problem

  • Anonymous

    #25460

    Well, you are going to have to setup a child theme to get the function written which will allow you to import the other css files included in the theme.

    I’m not going to lecture you on setting up a child theme… since I feel I have been hard enough on you already. But dangit… set up a child theme. It will make your life much easier in the long run.

    In the meantime (and I really hope Syahir doesn’t catch me doing this), add this to the bottom of graphene’s functions.php file.. just before the closing ?>

    // Loads the style-light.css file into the child theme
    function graphene_extra_styles(){
    wp_enqueue_style( 'graphene-child-light', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/style-light.css' );
    }
    add_action( 'wp_print_styles', 'graphene_extra_styles', 1000 );

    What you MUST remember is that anytime you update graphene, you will lose this function.

    John McCubbin

    #25461

    the previous did not work but i found a copromise i split the

    #header-menu, #header-menu-wrap up with keeping the gradient in #header-menu and just having a solid colour in #header-menu-wrap but thanks for trying to help and thanks Josh for pointing me to that Gradient generator site

    John McCubbin

    #25462

    P.S. is there a way to split the menu wrap into right and left sides

    John McCubbin

    #25463

    could you delete this one for the same reason

    wouter

    #25464

    Thanks for the advices for the header menu. I fixed it, but the gradient is not shown for the full width. There is some small space on the left and the search bar is not integrated with the gradient of the header.

    How about the gradient in the widget and slider? Could it be fixed to be show a gradient in Explorer 8.0? Or should I use images?

    You can have a look at http://rocovtwente.nl

    Anonymous

    #25465

    Add this

    #header-menu, #header-menu-wrap {
    background: -moz-linear-gradient(center top , #A90329 0%, #8F0222 44%, #6D0019 100%) repeat scroll 0 0 transparent !important;
    }

    !important

    wouter

    #25466

    I did so, but I’m sorry, it doesn’t make any difference.

    Anonymous

    #25467

    Looks fixed on mine. Did you empty cache hit refresh, or F5?

    wouter

    #25468

    Yes I tried to refresh in Safari and Chrome, but the menubar is still not in the full width. It starts a few pixels right from the border and is not integrated in the search bar.

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