Gene (emhr)

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  • in reply to: thematic-structure diagram #4314

    Gene (emhr)
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    That’d be great thanks.

    also there is: http://visualhooks.thematictheme.com

    in reply to: thematic-structure diagram #4312

    Gene (emhr)
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    in reply to: thematic-structure diagram #4310

    Gene (emhr)
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    try this link

    in reply to: Schema.org Title tag #4278

    Gene (emhr)
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    try:

    function my_postmeta_entrydate_filter( $content ) {
    	//change the incoming $content and return your results regex may help
    	$new_content = $content . '<time class="entry-date" datetime="' . the_date('c') .'" itemprop="datePublished" pubdate>' . the_time( get_option( 'date_format' ) ) . '</time>';
    	return $new_content;
    }
    
    add_filter ('thematic_postmeta_entrydate', 'my_postmeta_entrydate_filter');
    in reply to: Schema.org Title tag #4276

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    Sorry Dave, I corrected the code in thee post above. That should work better for you now.

    in reply to: Schema.org Title tag #4274

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    Hi Dave,

    You can use Thematic’s pluggable functions to do what you want.

    Thematic’s thematic_doctitle() function is found in /library/extensions/header-extensions.php it can be overridden like so:

    function childtheme_override_doctitle() {
       // echo your title here
       $doctitle = 'foo';
       echo $doctitle;
    }

    And Thematic’s thematic_postmeta_entrydate() is found in /library/extensions/content-extensions.php it’s output can either be filtered

    function my_postmeta_entrydate_filter( $content ) {
       //change the incoming $content and return your results regex may help
       $new_content = $content . ' foo';
       return $new_content;
    }
    
    add_filter ('thematic_postmeta_entrydate','my_postmeta_entrydate_filter');
    

    or overridden

    function childtheme_override_postmeta_entrydate() {
       // return your postmeta 
       $meta = 'foo';
       return $meta;
    }
    in reply to: Menu problem after wp4 update #4272

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    Nice ūüėČ

    in reply to: Menu problem after wp4 update #4270

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    Can you supply any more detail. Like…What version of thematic you have installed. How you have your menu chosen via the admin or coded in the child themes functions etc.

    in reply to: Thematic Layout Changes #4183

    Gene (emhr)
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    Yep drec is correct. A plugin went rogue locking people out and community activity has suffered.

    Hi Sharon,

    Im not sure why you’re experiencing your problem can you provide a link and/or more information

    in reply to: Let me rework the docs section #3552

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    Sounds great. Id like to hear more. Feel free to contact me genethematictheme.com

    in reply to: Theme Options ‚Äď Color Schemes #3305

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    I’ll take a look at your options code above.

    But for the record… The 1.0.4 release has a bug where the checkbox for the “Info on Author Page” cannot be unchecked once it is checked. It’s a validation issue limited to the way Thematic is validating an unchecked response for that particular setting. It has no other affect on any child theme options or validation.

    in reply to: Is thematic responsive? #3303

    Gene (emhr)
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    @Rob What you mention is true, creating an html5 or responsive child theme now requires a lot of work within the child theme either filtering or overriding the parent.

    The develop alpha gives the option to choose an HTML5 doctype over the default xhtml and provides better support for creating responsive child themes.

    @drec The meta viewport support seen in the header.php of the develop branch is an example of how Thematic can provide the means to better support the mobile browsing experience. The tag is not displayed unless a child theme supports the feature.

    
    // Create the meta viewport if theme supports it
    
    if( current_theme_supports( ‘thematic_meta_viewport’ ) )
     thematic_meta_viewport();
    
    

    If your child theme calls the

     add_theme_support( 'thematic_meta_viewport' ) 

    *or* if Thematic were to provide a theme option for it to provide a native responsive layout that triggers this feature, then the tag is created.

    There is also a filter

    thematic_meta_viewport_content

    that will give you control over the content attribute of the tag.

    in reply to: Remove comments on attachments #3267

    Gene (emhr)
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    Go to the WP-Admin/Media find the media post item you’d like to turn off comments on and click edit.

    On the media edit screen ¬†you’ll find a tab at the top right hand corner of the screen that says “Screen options” Click on it to reveal the discussion settings checkbox. When you check the box you’ll ¬†be able to switch the discussion settings of for that item.

    That will close coments and remove the comment form but you’ll still need to address the spam comments.

    in reply to: Is thematic responsive? #3265

    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    We’re working toward trying to ¬†make Thematic more responsive friendly. It’d be awesome if any of you could ¬†test or give input on the develop branch in Github


    Gene (emhr)
    Keymaster

    This will happen on most any computer with a modern browser that has caching turned on. Turn caching off in the browser and clear the cache. That  should make the visual issue disappear.

    Here’s an external example for you. Don’t disable your browser cache just yet.

    1. follow this link http://twentythirteendemo.wordpress.com
    2. hover over the “blog archives” menu item until the submenu drops down
    3. click on the “blog archives” menu item and wait for the page to completely load before moving your cursor away from the hover sate of the item
    4. click on the “home” menu item
      • So at this point you’ve visited three pages. Your browser should have cached them ¬†along with the user input sates¬†of the document object for that browser window or tab.
    5. move your cursor out of the viewport window to the browser back button
    6. click the back button until you’ve returned to the “About” page

     

    My tests in OSX Safari FF and Chrome following those steps show me “About” page with the blog archives menu highlighted and flown out.

    Repeating those steps with a clear cache and caching turned off and the issue disappears.

    Another one:

    1. Go to google.com
    2. type a value into the search field but dont submit the value
    3. ¬†click on ‘”+you” in the menu top right
    4. wait for the google + page to load and click the browser back button

     

    I’d expect that you’d see your search query form input in the form field. That’s another example of cached user input.

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