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The Old Man last won the day on December 17 2019

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  1. I forgot to the most important suggestion! Big pay rise for Pete! He's a star.
  2. This is a little worrying Sherri, because I remember you saying a couple of years ago that to better manage your time and improve things that you would be switching to focus on new themes, a new framework and maintaining only some of the better quality, wider appeal classics, because some of the old ones were getting dated in style and format. You also said you'd not be taking on any custom themes because they are time consuming. Please, because I've always loved IBTheme, give some thought to some suggestions (not intended as criticisms and I'm not claiming to be an expert): Perhaps
  3. Thanks Pete, just PM'd you the remaining bugs in Christmas Noel, mostly fixed just a few preventing it from going live. I've abandoned the idea of White Christmas, it's still too buggy but to be honest isn't right for my site about a dark crime drama TV series. Here Comes Santa is too elfy and cute for my site also, so thanks for working so hard on Noel.
  4. Thanks Sherri. Actually I think Here Comes Santa isn't as nice as Noel. The weird thing is the layout is fine here. The version numbers are not matching which may have something to do with it. I tried White Christmas and there are certainly issues on the main index. (The image above shows the footer covered, but only the index, seems fine elsewhere.)
  5. Freshly installed and layout knackered. Aargh!
  6. I've now also removed the Here Comes Santa and Christmas Noel themes before they went live. They don't seem to work well on modern responsive, tablet devices like the iPad, yet I noticed Here Comes Santa is okay here, the layout isn't broken. The graphics are so blurry or over compressed, they look quite poor on high res devices. The normal 2 bar menu is for some reason reduced to one bar, which is way too cramped especially if you have the full suite, only by changing and rejigging my menus could I get it to stop breaking, because the themes remove the Secondary Nav Bar! Even then the
  7. I hate myself for posting this because I know how hard you work but your themes seriously need some QA checks before they get released. They come across as rushed. I waited until closer to Christmas to install some Xmas themes thinking if I leave it later, the bugs will have been found and fixed, but I just installed 2 of them (Here Comes Santa and Christmas Noel) and they are broken in terms of responsive layout, header image logo and background out of alignment, tiny unreadable font size, widget font size too large breaking the widgets, club forums shown on main index have tiny ima
  8. What happened to your fixes, @Pete T? I downloaded Here Comes Santa and Christmas Noel, and the headers are both broken on an iPad. I returned here and they are broken here again? Also in both themes, spotted this CSS error... @media screen and (max-width: 979px) { #forum_wrapper1{ background: #transparent; margin-top: 0px !important; margin-left: 0px !important; /* Border Left Width */ margin-right: 0px !important; /* Border Right Width */ margin-bottom: 0px !important; max-width: 100% !important; } }
  9. You fixed it good! Thank you. Yes it might be intentional (the bg color) because the editor is a similar light grey colour, but just in case it was overlooked. The forum index, using an iPad and grid view, all of the forum titles are still on top of the pile of presents.
  10. Grid view: possibly default showing around file uploads:
  11. The header is broken too on iPad landscape.
  12. Thanks Pete, I don't know how you manage to fit everything into your day.
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