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Purepro Theme for Geeklog 1.8.0 is out.

Download Purepro base 1.8.0

Download or make your own customisation

See wiki for more info

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Hey Ben,

Thanks for the update.

I notice a few things that need to get fixed Razz

In htmlheader.thtml you have an extra purepro directory for the favicon. It should be:

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<link rel="SHORTCUT ICON" href="{layout_url}/images/favicon.ico"{xhtml}>


Also you mentioned removing the H1 tag from the logo text. it was still their and the header-logo-text class for the a tag was missing it should be:

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<a href="{site_url}" title="{site_name}" style="text-decoration:none;" class="header-logo-text">{site_name}</a>


The footer also goes all the way across the screen and is missing the rss icon and the footer itself is missing completly from your site when I view my theme (23). Not sure what is happening here ... I will investigate a bit further.
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About the favicon, it must be store in the public_html/images now when using purepro theme
[new] Favicon must be store in the public_html/images folder (multi plugin)


I do not find any h1 tag in the header Confused:

As for the header you can now select diffent type of template for the footer

Header type
No header - No menu element
Header - Menu elements
Menu elements - Header
Header only
Menu elements only
Header outside container

Footer type
No footer
Traditional footer
Footer outside the container
Custom footer (static page)

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I downloaded the new base and the h1 tag is in the logo-text.thml file:

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<div id="header-site-logo-text"  style="display:{display_logo_text}">
        <h1><a href="{site_url}" title="{site_name}" style="text-decoration:none;">{site_name}</a></h1>
        <div id="header-site-slogan2" style="display:{display_site_slogan}">
                {site_slogan}
        </div>
</div>

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Oops! something wrong with the archive. I need to check this.

Thanks for the feedback.

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Purepro theme Version 1.8.0.1 is out
* [fix] h1 tag in header
* [fix] Title to id (javascript) comeback
* [fix] Comment layout

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Thanks for the quick update Ben.

I also figured out my footer problem. I am using the purepro_footer staticpage and I thought I needed to pick the custom footer option to use it which appears to display a bit differently this version.

I didn't realize that the traditional footer also allows use of a staticpage which fixed my problem. :shakehands:

Thanks

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I just notice that the rss icon link in the footer can display the wrong link to the rss file. It is pointing to geeklog.rss which I have changed to a different file name in the Admin Content Syndication page.

This may be a bug in Geeklog as your functions.php file looks like it is working fine. I will have to dig deeper when I get a chance.

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Ignore my last message. I had forgotten that there actual is a config option for Syndication Output Folder that contains the a default rss file name. I was thinking the file name would have automatically been grabbed from the Content Syndication Admin form.
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Purepro Version base 1.8.0.2 is out

[fix] story image padding
[fix] purepro css are load after all css files now
[new] mobile.css to allow small screen display. This is not yet perfect but you can get a preview on geeklog.fr with small screen (under 750px)

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Do you just have to update the purepor base or should we download the other theme files as well?
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If you use a custom version it is always better to save and make a new download of your custom files to get all new features from the css.
We could imagine here a global update for all the themes but if the user do not want to upgrade it will be a issue.

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In the installation manual it says:
Upload the data/purepro folder in your private/data folder.


I do not seem to have a private/data folder...

Can somebody tell me where to put them?
or where that folder should be?


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Private folder is outside the web root where your backups, data, language, logs, plugins, sql, and system folders reside.

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The private folder is not there...
Just copy to that location?

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I think Ben is using a little bit different setup.

On a normal Geeklog install look in the Geeklog root directory for the data directory. Upload your data in there. If you download your own custom theme from GeeklogFrance make sure to put the files in the number 1 directory.

Geeklog_Root\data\purepro\1
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Yes sorry for the confusion. The "private" folder does not exist. Private is only the name I give to the folder outside the web root.

See pictures on the wiki.

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Purepro theme update is available. This release fix a bug for 3 columns layouts and was improve for big header.

Download last version

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