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Just to let you know… I figured out the problem with the background on the menu tabs… all by myself, without any hand holding!
I do hope the instruction you gave me above, helps others that have used Artisteer to create themes and then try to incorporate BuddyPress.
You’ve been a star and a huge help.
I’ll press on with my site and *hopefully* not have to come back and pester you for any more help.
Aside from the final tweak mentioned above… given the effort to make it all work so far… should I avoid adding further plugins such as listed in the plugins directory on here, or… should they all integrate without any problems now we’ve fixed the theme compatibility issues?
I’m thinking about things such as a login box, removing the WordPress bar from the top of the pages for anyone other than site administrators, adding one of the event management plugins, etc.
Basically… I don’t want to have to keep asking you for help ever time I try to add something new.
So close now…
Take a look at: http://www.liveanddangerous.co.uk/wptest/members/testy/profile/
I’d like the background colour for the navigation menus and the profile fields to be either black, or better still, transparent.
Is this possible? I’ve looked over the style sheet etc, but can’t find the function for this. If I view the source code for the page above, I can see the instruction for the background to be ‘rgb(254, 254, 254)’, but… can’t find that instruction anywhere in the css.
If I can fix that, then… I believe… we’re done.
Looking at the link below… it looks like it’s almost there…
I just have one (probably dumb) question… how do I enabled registration? Going to the registration page: http://www.liveanddangerous.co.uk/wptest/register/ shows ‘User registration is currently not allowed.’
I can’t seem to find the setting to enable registration.
Oh… I lied… one other question… take a look at the bottom of a profile page such as http://www.liveanddangerous.co.uk/wptest/members/ronnie-fantastic/profile/
It has what looks like a 2 cell table with ‘Base’ written above it and the name/username within. What is this, and if it’s not an included element that needs to be displayed… is there a way to remove it?
Finally… thank you so much for your help so far. I sincerely appreciate it.
Was that what you needed, just the home page of the site I’m working on?
For testing purposes I have the site in a directory of another site. You can see it by going to: http://www.liveanddangerous.co.uk/wptest
As I said… I don’t know how easy it is to modify a theme that is compatible with BuddyPress, to look like the theme I created in Artisteer, but… if it’s easier then what you’re attempting to do, I’m quite happy to save your efforts and try to do that myself.
But, If you want to continue to see if you can generate compatibility with the one I have, then I sincerely appreciate the help.
Just checking in.
Is the fix for this just too fiddly, or not possible at all?
No worries either way. If you think it would be much easier to alter a theme that does work with BuddyPress, to reflect the visual design I’m looking for, I’ll investigate that instead.
Let me know.
There are a total of 6 ‘content’ files in the theme, below is the content-page.php and also the content.php just in case it turns out you’ll need that, too.
The other 4 are titled ‘content-aside.php’, ‘content-attachment.php’, ‘content-gallery.php’ and ‘content-single.php. Let me know if you need any of those.
Here’s the two I mentioned above…
Twas not flattery! I was simply observing your legendary status on these here forums.
I also did not expect any guarantee of compatibility with Artisteer themes, so it’s perfectly cool if this is too much of a pain to figure out, or if it simply can’t be done.
If the two can’t work together, then I will try and adapt a theme that is compatible to look like the theme I created with Artisteer.
As you requested though, here are the codes you requested. Header and footer seems straightforward…
Sidebar… looks like it could be a real pain… there’s 5 code pages for the sidebar????
As I’ve observed… you do an awful lot to help folks out with code fixes round here. If this one is too much of a headache because it’s been done with Artisteer… just say so and I’ll figure out another way to do it.