New Journalized Theme Beta

There is a new beta release of my Journalized theme for WordPress: Version 2.0 Beta 1.

There a few things different about this new version:

  • All previous ‘skins’ (Blue, Sand, Winter) combined together
  • Three new skins + more to come
  • A new administration interface to configure the theme.
  • All known browser bugs addressed
  • Support for plugins
  • Compatible with WordPress versions 1.5.x and 2.0.x
  • Lots more to come

See the theme page for details. Please download it and give it a try.

12 thoughts on “New Journalized Theme Beta

  1. Hi Adrienne,
    It looks like some kind of IE bug. The form also goes wrong in your default Impact theme too.
    It is related to the css section for the form that is output on the page. If I remove the float settings from the page, then it stops overlaying the sidebar. But the form layout is not quite right.

  2. Only the most recent post covers the left sidebar. This occurs only in ie6sp2. FF is fine. Almost all screen resolutions are good, too.

    This new theme is great! I’ll pay for customizations (sp?) when given the opportunity.

  3. Hi Bob,
    You seem to have discovered another IE bug! The problem is the bottom image in the post is aligned right. If I remove the align attribute from the image it behaves normally. If I move the image, with the align, earlier in the post it behaves normally. The bug seems to be related to some kind of miscalculation of on IE’s I tried adding
    style="float:right"
    to the img tag and that fixed the IE problem and still displayed the image where you wanted it.

  4. Removing the align attribute worked, but I didn’t know where “earlier in the post” to put the style=”float:right” . Putting it in after the image size attributes didn’t seem to work.

    This is the fastest loading template I’ve ever tried. Most of my viewers are rural people on dial up. Lucky if they make 56k. 25k is pretty common.

    Again:
    Thanks!!

  5. Hi Bob,
    Hmmmm, that should have worked if you put it in the image tag. In fact you could replace the align="right" directly with style="float:right", so you end up with

    <img src="/images/myimage.jpg" style="float:right" width="100" height="100" >

    Mike

  6. Here’s what I have now:

    But it sure isn’t displaying correctly.. for me…good thing I’m a better pilot and welder than page designer!

    I’m not sure that adsense isn’t at least part of the problem. I’m also not sure that there isn’t something “borked” about my java installation.

  7. Bob,
    You’ve not quite got it right: You have

    <img style= height="120" alt="Our farm's registered Walking W brand in a sunrise logo" src="http://www.farmbox.com/images/lgtooling3.jpg" width="170" border="3" />

    It should be


    <img style="float:right" height="120" alt="Our farm's registered Walking W brand in a sunrise logo" src="http://www.farmbox.com/images/lgtooling3.jpg" width="170" border="3" />

    Mike

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