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Re: [Theme] Borderworld

Reply #15
Hey thats why its free :P
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Reply #16
make it perfect and premium  ;D Just kidding

I see this if the browser is set to full screen. On a width of 1200 px is working fine
sorry for my bad english

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Reply #17
LOL ... where the heck are you seeing that, I just checked Fx and Chrome and they look fine?
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Reply #18
on your demo site and also on my test forum. tried IE10, Firefox and latest version of Chrome for win 64, same results
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I see this if the browser is set to full screen. On a width of 1200 px is working fine
sorry for my bad english

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Reply #19
Its fine on my screen but it only goes to 1366 ... I'll need someone with a gigantic enormous screen to help debug that  O:-)
“The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem. Do you understand?” – Jack Sparrow

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Reply #20
I did notice that the search expand area was not stable on chrome so I just fixed that, still don't know about the other problem just yet.

humm, I wonder if its due to the max width on the wrapper, I just shut that off on the test site, see if that fixes it.
“The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem. Do you understand?” – Jack Sparrow

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Reply #21
Removing the max-width of wrapper solved the problem for search bar and login, but it's not a solution I like. On a monitor 1920*1080 you will see the forum at 1713px width instead of 1260px.

I found this on index.css  :D
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sorry for my bad english

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Reply #22
You found our wombat :P

I can fix the search position while still maintaining a max width on the forum wrapper, that is on the theme site for a test.

I don't have a solution for the login/register panel .. You could move the "tab" more the page center so it would take a very big screen to break.  Other than that the fix, per se, is to slide everything down when the panel appears vs today's where the panel overlays the page which is the effect I wanted.  You could also position the tab in the upper right always and shift things down a tad so there is room.  That does not look as nice IMO.
“The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem. Do you understand?” – Jack Sparrow

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Reply #23
I ended up using some javascript to position the login/register button, that solves it going "off content" on really wide screens.  Need to update the package with that fix and the search area fixes
“The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem. Do you understand?” – Jack Sparrow

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Reply #24
If I use a logo image how do I A) link the image so that when clicked it returns to the home URL and B) remove the default community name text from the header area.

Right now I have a logo and text that read the same thing but the logo image isn't a clickable link. The text is - but I don't want that visible.

Please tell me I'm making sense!


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Reply #26
In index.template.php you can replace:
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					<img id="logo" src="', $context['header_logo_url_html_safe'], '" alt="', $context['forum_name_html_safe'], '" title="', $context['forum_name_html_safe'], '" />
<h1 id="forumtitle">
<a href="', $scripturl, '">', $context['forum_name'], '</a>
</h1>
with:
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					<h1 id="forumtitle">
<a href="', $scripturl, '">
<img id="logo" src="', $context['header_logo_url_html_safe'], '" alt="', $context['forum_name_html_safe'], '" title="', $context['forum_name_html_safe'], '" />
</a>
</h1>
should do the trick. :)
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Reply #27
Thank you emanuele, I'll give that a try.

Edit: Mission accomplished! :)

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Reply #28
:D
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Reply #29
I have downloaded this theme and find no problems with login/register, or Search.   It appears to be working great !

I would like to change the background and the menu colors from blues to yellows.  Also would like to remove the title in the header and only have the logo.  Would I make the change in the index_besocial.css file ?