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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by mouloud » Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:39 am

doengs wrote: the template should work fine in RC3.
may i suggest you download the template updated version please.
thank you.
I used the dl link on your first post yesterday. Is there a more recent one ?

 
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:58 am

newart wrote: in demo site you can see on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=43 that the ul-li tag css icon is a little hidden for almost an half part of it by IE7
i tried to fix it with adding the left margin, but i can't check in IE7.
could you please tell me the result? is it still hidden ? http://74.86.90.178/~firsta/joomla/inde ... &Itemid=43.
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Fri Oct 26, 2007 11:05 am

newart wrote: and on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=41 you can see the column for Hits that it is centered, in this case it'll be difficult to see all hits in a production live site, it's more useful to be aligned at right
now the hits align to the right  :). http://74.86.90.178/~firsta/joomla/inde ... &Itemid=41
i hope this is what you mean ?

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Fri Oct 26, 2007 11:19 am

newart wrote: my (last) third post  :P is for breadcrumbs by IE7,

you can see on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=41 it's good

but on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=27 it's hidden

I hope my observations / tests can be useful for your hard work  :)
i'm glad you did lots of test on my template  :) it is very useful. thank you  :D.

yes the breadcrumbs in IE7 is little bit confusing since the text is hidden but not the arrow and it happens to some pages only.
give me more time please. i'm still working on it.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Fri Oct 26, 2007 11:53 am

mouloud wrote:
doengs wrote: the template should work fine in RC3.
may i suggest you download the template updated version please.
thank you.
I used the dl link on your first post yesterday. Is there a more recent one ?
i just uploaded recent version.would you please let me know the result?
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by newart » Fri Oct 26, 2007 12:29 pm

I'm very enthusiast of your template and so when possible i'd like to help you with my tests :)

reply to your posts:

#121 - still partly hidden, now it is an half part of the half part! That is you can see about 3/4 and the hidden part is about 1/4

#122 - now it's good the alignement

#123 - the problem is to understand what's different in those pages
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Fri Oct 26, 2007 2:26 pm

newart wrote:
#121 - still partly hidden, now it is an half part of the half part! That is you can see about 3/4 and the hidden part is about 1/4
updated. adding more margin.
is it okay now ?

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by aturetta » Fri Oct 26, 2007 3:54 pm

doengs wrote: updated. adding more margin.
is it okay now ?
No. But I attach some screenshot so you can see the problem is not only on IE7. On Firefox 2.0.0.8 the bullets are mis-aligned (a couple of pixels to the left), on IE7 the portion exceeding the lef margin is clipped.

As you can see, in IE7 the breadcrumbs are garbled at default font size (I think it's the 'hidden' effect reported by newart), while they are somewhat visible but still buggy at larger font size.

Also note that changing font size in IE7 produces strange scaling on the bitmaps (included logo)

Hope this helps

Firefox:
[img]http://[/img]

IE7:


IE7 larger fonts:
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by newart » Fri Oct 26, 2007 5:22 pm

doengs wrote: i tried to fix it with adding the left margin, but i can't check in IE7.
could you please tell me the result? is it still hidden ? http://74.86.90.178/~firsta/joomla/inde ... &Itemid=43.
sorry, very sorry but still partly hidden by that "guilty" IE7, in your site - I don't understand why - seems all the same as before doing your fixing. The problem is that IE7 hasn't as good as FireFox about standard instruction structures and so you are in a hurry for hacking your CSS in such a way that IE7 works...  :'(

moreover I see that in that Link at the end of the list ul/li there is no line space, no obvious room between 2 lines, between the last  sentence "A Table of a Category" and "Follow the links" -  maybe a bottom margin for the end of the ul/li should solve that problem.

Have a good work,
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:49 am

aturetta wrote:
doengs wrote: updated. adding more margin.
is it okay now ?
No. But I attach some screenshot so you can see the problem is not only on IE7. On Firefox 2.0.0.8 the bullets are mis-aligned (a couple of pixels to the left), on IE7 the portion exceeding the lef margin is clipped.

Hope this helps
I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 too and seems okay with the bullets. I added more left margin (hopefully not get clipped in IE7 since in IE6 it make quite enough margin).
http://74.86.90.178/~firsta/joomla/inde ... &Itemid=43

Thank you for the screenshots  ;D. it helps.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:56 am

newart wrote: moreover I see that in that Link at the end of the list ul/li there is no line space, no obvious room between 2 lines, between the last  sentence "A Table of a Category" and "Follow the links" -  maybe a bottom margin for the end of the ul/li should solve that problem.

Have a good work,
Ezio
More space now  :)
http://74.86.90.178/~firsta/joomla/inde ... &Itemid=43

Thx,
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by newart » Sat Oct 27, 2007 6:42 am

all is good now, bullets and enough room at the end of a list, good work!  :)
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:56 am

phewww! i'm glad  ;D

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by mouloud » Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:34 pm

doengs wrote: i just uploaded recent version.would you please let me know the result?
thanks
Actually, it was my RC3 installation that was wrong. So I reinstalled it, and now it's works fine ! Thanks.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by newart » Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:49 pm

please see on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=48 the alignment of the number of hits is centered, it's more comfortable to see those numebers right aligned. You can see better in the last links where the hits are with only 1 digit, so you can see that they are in the center alignment.
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by newart » Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:58 pm

I'm trying to understand why and what there is different in those pages where breadcrumbs fails... and in the page of http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=40 by IE7 I've seen that the strange behaviour is also for the bullets (not working as per your good fixing) and the space created at the bottom of the list. very very strange!

Please try a new installation as I don't believe in a problem of your template for only that page...  ???  ???

The only visible difference that I can see is that in that page there is an Index page box  :-\

very sorry but I do not understand where is the trouble  :(
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by newart » Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:05 pm

sorry I'm wrong, tests of tonight, breadcrumbs works ONLY in the Home Page, now. and in The news page on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=50

I have no words...
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by 1nf1n17yLOVE » Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:38 pm

Really lovve this - testing atm :O (see my website if you dare)

Thanks + Cheers

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Sun Oct 28, 2007 12:49 am

mouloud wrote: Actually, it was my RC3 installation that was wrong. So I reinstalled it, and now it's works fine ! Thanks.
glad it works fine now  ;D

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Sun Oct 28, 2007 12:55 am

newart wrote: please see on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=48 the alignment of the number of hits is centered, it's more comfortable to see those numebers right aligned. You can see better in the last links where the hits are with only 1 digit, so you can see that they are in the center alignment.
yes i see. i haven't changed the alignment on weblinks.  :-[
will fix this soon after i get home.
thanks  :)

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Sun Oct 28, 2007 12:58 am

;D cheers Laura

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by 1nf1n17yLOVE » Sun Oct 28, 2007 11:19 am

Hello everybody,
i started editing the theme now and i just want to say it's really easy and logic designed.

The only thing which doesn't seems to work for me ( I didnt need it anyway) is setting the bg color from backend. Which had no effect at all when i tried to.

Also it was very simple to make this template "%" width (just had to exchange the default 960px width values).
I will start now editing the color sheme and adding background images, if you want have a look :)
galaxymachine.de

Sofar this was the simplest template for custom editing to me and i tried (beez,rhuk-milkyway, purity) so far.
Really can recommand this template for a basic simple template which comes with joomla.

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Suggestion to make the content all same width:

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.contentpaneopen{
width:100%;
}
Thx, Laura
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by aturetta » Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:22 pm

doengs wrote: I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 too and seems okay with the bullets.
Are you working in Windows? Try reducing the font size to the minimum pressing 2-3 times CTRL + -

Now it's better, but I think there's still some problem. In Firefox the alignment of bullets changes with font size, I cannot remember noticing this in any other website. In IE7 the align of bullets is fixed (one pixel to the left of previous paragraph), and if you increase the font size you eventually incur in the clipping mentioned previously.

Some more screenshot: firefox at the minimum font size, and IE7.
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by aturetta » Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:38 pm

1nf1n17yLOVE wrote: The only thing which doesn't seems to work for me ( I didnt need it anyway) is setting the bg color from backend. Which had no effect at all when i tried to.
I know it's not good in forums, but Me too  ;)
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by aturetta » Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:43 pm

newart wrote: I'm trying to understand why and what there is different in those pages where breadcrumbs fails... and in the page of http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=40 by IE7 I've seen that the strange behaviour is also for the bullets (not working as per your good fixing) and the space created at the bottom of the list. very very strange!
Please try changing the font size (CTRL+ + / CTRL+ -), and see if the breadcrumb problem changes.

Ciao
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by jacy » Mon Oct 29, 2007 12:13 am

I 'fixed' the breadcrumb problem by turning off the syndication module. Once I did that, the breadcrumb links appear in their vertical entirety across all views.

I know that's not a solution but hopefully it will help narrow down the issue. IE7, BTW.

HTH
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Mon Oct 29, 2007 3:29 am

doengs wrote:
newart wrote: please see on http://firstayudith.com/joomla/index.ph ... &Itemid=48 the alignment of the number of hits is centered, it's more comfortable to see those numebers right aligned. You can see better in the last links where the hits are with only 1 digit, so you can see that they are in the center alignment.
yes i see. i haven't changed the alignment on weblinks.  :-[
will fix this soon after i get home.
thanks  :)
already updated  :)
http://74.86.90.178/~firsta/joomla/inde ... &Itemid=48

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Mon Oct 29, 2007 4:01 am

aturetta wrote:
doengs wrote: I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.8 too and seems okay with the bullets.
Are you working in Windows? Try reducing the font size to the minimum pressing 2-3 times CTRL + -

Now it's better, but I think there's still some problem. In Firefox the alignment of bullets changes with font size, I cannot remember noticing this in any other website. In IE7 the align of bullets is fixed (one pixel to the left of previous paragraph), and if you increase the font size you eventually incur in the clipping mentioned previously.
yes i'm working in Windows.
I've tried to reduce the font size and hopefully it will not become such a big issue with the bullet alignment as the text become difficult to read in 2-3 times CTRL - smaller font size. :-[

thanks for your screenshots aturetta  :)

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Mon Oct 29, 2007 4:09 am

aturetta wrote:
1nf1n17yLOVE wrote: The only thing which doesn't seems to work for me ( I didnt need it anyway) is setting the bg color from backend. Which had no effect at all when i tried to.
I know it's not good in forums, but Me too  ;)
:laugh: it is okay, really. i appreciate the feedback  ;D

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [javanya] updated

Post by doengs » Mon Oct 29, 2007 4:22 am

jacy wrote: I 'fixed' the breadcrumb problem by turning off the syndication module. Once I did that, the breadcrumb links appear in their vertical entirety across all views.

I know that's not a solution but hopefully it will help narrow down the issue. IE7, BTW.

HTH
~Jacy
thank you Jacy  :-*

 

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