I gave up trying to retain any control of my WordPress themes a while back. They are now distributed under a GPL license. The reason ? – other Christians thought they could use them without credit, even sell them in a couple of cases and pass them off as their own designs! But check this out…
I got a bit bored with that last theme, and so have tried to make something a bit more eye catching, reflecting the largely visual emphasis of many of the posts here, as well as making the text more readable. A number of folk have e-mailed to say they would like me to share the theme. I assume that means they like it!
Well, I thought it was time for a reboot which aims to tidy up this blog a bit. Mind how you go! If something looks broken from where you are I’d be most grateful if you’d let me know.
Anybody want my old theme? Perhaps I’ll put it up for download or maybe auction the exclusive use of theme for charity.
Thanks to Rena, who brought my attention to a problem with these two themes in Internet Explorer 6. The themes were prone to the famous text creep bug in IE6 when you have nested tags that have both a left border and bottom margin. I think Rena, after a late night or two found the Holy hack got round it. But these issues are usually avoidable and so I have at last tracked this little problem down having found a PC still running IE6. And it is very simple.
If you are already using these themes the bug is caused by the .post blockquote statement in the style sheet. You can either remove the left border or rework the margins to lose the bottom margin. In my updated versions I have simply removed the line, ” margin: 5px” altogether.