I've started to port a new theme called Greenery. It is another interesting layout from Open Source Web Designs
. All credit goes to the original author(s). Click below for a full-size screenshot:
This one struck me with the image down the center. It really helps to draw your eye down the page. I can visualize some interesting variations where the image will transition into the background color, giving the effect of the end of a brush stroke. You only need to change 2 images and the link colors to give it whatever feel you want.
To see it in action, check it out at my test site lab.familycorner.us
There is a theme discussion thread at http://www.gllabs.org/forum/viewtopic.php?showtopic=5774
If anyone has some CSS expertise, I'm needing a little help.
I am struggling getting the block help icon in place just to the right of the block header name. Whatever I do makes it appear either above or below the name (applies also to the email/print icons in the stories, but they need to float far right.) This is happening on multiple themes, so I think it might be a GL thing, not specific to each layout. Also, it seems like the left blocks are overflowing down into the footer. (For example, look at this page
.) But it is not happening when the right blocks are the farthest thing down.
Anyone have any ideas?
I am at a point where I am ready for some other eyes to look things over. I figure more eyeballs will hopefully be able to catch something I didn't. PM me if you are interested in beta testing this theme, and can possibly help with the remaining issues. I will send ya a download link.
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