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RichP714
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2010-05-28T02:31:16Z
Since 1.9.1.8 I've had this issue. If a theme uses a solid color for both these classes, it doesn't much matter

BUT

if an image is used for postheader (mine is a beveled png, makes the posts look like they're embedded in the page )wth corresponding footer png)

anyway, if you use an image for postheader. then ALL pages that use this class look a bit funky.

e.g. the login page, most of the edit pages in admin. Especially if the is taller than the png, then it repeats and things look ugly.

My solution has been to replace postheader with postformheader (a solid color) in all the aspx pages and controls EXCEPT displaypost.

That way, my postheaders look like I want them, and the admin edit pages look correct also.

I'm getting tired of manually editing so many pages on every upgrade. Is this something that can be changes in RC2?


Enjoy!

Running YAF 1.9.5.5 final at: http://thecarversite.com 

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Jaben
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2010-05-28T02:41:18Z
Maybe you can make a SVN patch file and contribute back to the project in the next day or so? Otherwise, not sure we'll have time to make addition in RC2.
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RichP714
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2010-05-28T13:25:55Z
If I were capable that would be something I'd enjoy doing; I'm not a coder, just a fiddler, and SOMETIMES, I figure things out.
Enjoy!

Running YAF 1.9.5.5 final at: http://thecarversite.com 

Jaben
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2010-05-28T13:28:55Z
There should be other ways to do what you want in the latest version. It has many, many more CSS selectors to work with -- plus you can use jQuery now.
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RichP714
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2010-05-28T13:30:10Z
sounds good; I'll enjoy playing with it; thanks!
Enjoy!

Running YAF 1.9.5.5 final at: http://thecarversite.com 

RichP714
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2010-05-29T00:05:15Z
I gave creating a patch a try; here they are (hope I did them right)


Enjoy!

Running YAF 1.9.5.5 final at: http://thecarversite.com