PHP SPrintf Warning

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    Syahir Hakim

    #31300
    Quote:
    I was editing both the font type and font size for both the headings and the content.

    Hurm..I still can’t reproduce the warning. Can you export the theme’s options and paste it on pastebin.com?

    Anonymous

    #31301

    I am unable to reproduce either… all options work as expected under this category for me.

    EDIT: This is after replacing the theme-head.php file because the options were not saving the first time.

    merkaba

    #31302

    So, i have this problem too…

    Exported Options

    I remember that in old versions of WP has been a similarbug related to the Cyrillic alphabet, but it was repaired.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #31303

    OK, try replacing includes/theme-head.php with the updated one here:

    http://graphene.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/graphene/includes/theme-head.php

    Jay

    #31304

    Syahir, that did the trick. Thank you very much!

    Chronovore

    #31305

    Indeed, fixed here too. Thank you very much!

    resourcefulblogger

    #31306

    Is there someone who can tell me how to do this or do it for me? Thanks

    netstuffed

    #31307

    Hello everyone,

    First of all, great theme Syahir. I installed the update myself, and I was getting the error on line 28. I am guessing the args that the error refers to has to do with the .css arguments of the theme.

    Commenting out the line takes out a lot of .css formatting.

    I then update the new theme-head.php file you have provided and the error is gone.

    However, all featured images that were shown in the slider are still gone. I tried removing the featured image for a post and adding it back, but still nothing.

    Hope this helps.

    NetStuffed Blog

    (http://netstuffed.com)

    netstuffed

    #31308

    to: resourcefulblogger

    Just click on the link that Syahir has provided.

    Then copy the code in the file and paste it into your wordpress installation’s theme-head.php. This can be accessed by going to: Appearance –> Editor –> select theme-head.php on the right-hand side –> select existing code –> delete it –> paste copied code.

    Hope this helps.

    NetStuffed Blog

    (http://netstuffed.com)

    resourcefulblogger

    #31309

    Nope didn’t work. After doing what you said and it messed up, I put back the old code now my site is totally messed up. Thanks for trying to help though.

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