Dee ([personal profile] dee) wrote in [community profile] dreamwidthlayouts2009-05-11 10:37 pm

Transmogrified: Elegant Grunge v1.0

Elegant Grunge

Style: Transmogrified
Version: 1.0
Browsers Tested: The latest Gecko and Webkit browsers on OSX, Windows and the iPhone. Also looks "acceptable" in IE7.
Notes: Based on the WordPress theme of the same name.

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blackbird_song: Beloved default from day one. :) (Default)

[personal profile] blackbird_song 2009-05-12 01:41 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you so much for looking into this and giving me so many details! I'll take a stab at editing the banner sizes in Photobucket and see what happens there. (I've only used that service for the mood-theme icons to date, and so had not encountered that problem before.)

If I get really ambitious (i.e., once the ibuprofen kicks in and gets rid of my headache), I may try some of those other fixes, as well. However, if you do come up with something I'll clearly trust your version much more than my own!

Thank you again for your work and your thoughts. I love the layout and am very willing to tweak as best I can. :)


Edit: Resetting PB's limiting size and re-uploading the header and footer pictures worked. I was a real twit not to take a look at the sizes of the images or that little feature of PB's in the first place.
Edited 2009-05-12 14:31 (UTC)
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[personal profile] owca 2009-05-14 11:23 pm (UTC)(link)
The "strip" between the header elements I think is a margin collapse issue (I hate that damn thing; they must've changed something in the Gecko CSS renderer between 3.0.9 and .10). The fix would be to add padding: 1px 0; to... some element. Either #container, #header or #title.

Adding the "padding: 1px 0;" line to #header worked like a charm :).