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First off, sorry, duh… Gravatar. We have to setup an account over there or can we just insert an authors picture locally?
Siiiiiick!January 13, 2015 at 4:08 am in reply to: Adding descriptions to main menu items in JumpStart 2.0 #20076
Thanks! It works, now time to style 🙂January 12, 2015 at 12:43 am in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20047
There is definitely a demand. I am running Woo in JumpStart 1 and Alyeska. Definitely need ye ol’ patch updated for this version – themeblvd woocommerce patch.
Not sure what else you are thinking, but there is definite interest.
I caught that awhile back on my v1 site and fixed it in the theme. Sorry Jason, that I did not get it in before your last update.December 24, 2014 at 3:16 am in reply to: Cover vs Contain with Header Images on Blog Posts (probably called banners) #19823
Sorry, I’m just responding. I knew all the css stuff you went into there. I was just explaining the huge difference between the two, that we were getting and how (i thought) it was acting weird.
That said, I was using the banner option on the posts. This is because the posts would break if we used the plugin to try and apply a custom layout to the post.
All that said, I chose contain and changed the padding-top to make the image the size I wanted. I will probably go back and change these settings b/c I would rather use cover or the custom layout to apply the same layout and header styles we did throughout the pages of the website.
I feel like cover was giving me some weirdnesses in different browsers. Anyways, we got it sorted before your response, but I will probably go back and fix it at some point here soon. I will shoot you a link to my work when I get everything finalized, as I am trying to launch a site now. Thanks for everything you do! Your themes are the jammy jam.
Thanks for updating the plugins and getting those out into the wild. I look forward to doing a lot more with this theme in the very near future.
Sorry, should have dug a little further earlier…
width: auto; /* Prevent stretching of full-size images in IE8 */
I see why you must have that now.
What do you suggest as the best way of being able to get this to work properly now…?
I have read about possibly needing a container div around the image to set the width so the retina image will not step out of line – but this seems pretty cumbersome.
Thanks for any suggestions or input.
I second that motion. Not that I’m teaching a class, but I would love to test!
Super psyched for this Jason!! Its looking brilliant.
That seems to have fixed it for now! Thanks a bunch. I’ll keep this in mind as I keep on truckin’. It kind of sucks if I have undo https each time I want to change out slider images though… I’ll update you if I find a solution. Thanks so much for your time and awesome work!