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[personal profile] ruriair
As they shall be called.

Translating the code from what [personal profile] yurikhan gave me here from my lingo to actual CSS.



There u go.

Note to self to remember to code for the new QuickerReply form.

edit the second: More code changes so now this should work again.
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[personal profile] ruriair

Live Preview is currently [personal profile] lastclimb.

Works with: Chrome, FireFox, IE.
Resolution: 1024x768 and above.
Features: Custom everything except the usual modules; good on mobile?
Navstrip: Yes.


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last updated: 7/23/15 at 7:19pm CST for for quicker reply, reply page tweaks, "user posting in community" tweaks, and I guess I played with the icon browser a little at some point if that wasn't in the older version hurp. Also, styling entry images on a whim.
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[personal profile] ruriair

Live Preview is currently [personal profile] ruriair.

Works with: Chrome, FireFox, IE.
Resolution: 1024x768 and above.
Features: Custom everything except the usual modules; responsive journal header. Tolerable on mobile?
Navstrip: Yes.


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last updated: 7/23/15 at 5:39pm CST for quicker reply, reply page tweaks, "user posting in community" tweaks, and I guess I played with the icon browser a little at some point.
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[personal profile] ruriair
Dreamwidth just did a thing which included messing with the navigation strip to make things more mobile-friendly.

I've noticed that a few people have been having issues with it as seen here and here.

The navstrip is a table, not a div. For some reason some designers set the navstrip's table cells ("td" or "table data") to have a background color and not the table itself to have a background color. Hence you see colored cells on top of the navstrip's default light gray or dark gray gradient now where before, the colors hid the gradient due to the way the navstrip had been coded by Dreamwidth staff.

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[personal profile] ruriair

Live Preview is currently unavailable.

Works with: Chrome, FireFox, IE.
Resolution: 1024x768 and above.
Features: Custom everything except the usual modules; responsive entry headers.
Navstrip: Yes.


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last updated: 2/14/15, 12:23am CDT to remove fugly arrows.
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[personal profile] ruriair

Live Preview is currently at [personal profile] gleipnir

Works with: Chrome, FireFox (visual differences), IE hates dashed anything.
Resolution: 1024x768 and above.
Features: Custom everything; fixed sidebar image, text, navigation, and links.
Navstrip: None.


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last updated: 2/14/15, 12:24am CDT to remove fugly arrows.
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[personal profile] ruriair
I'm moving this over here from my main account.

This guide is assuming you already know some basic CSS or have a concept of how it works.

.element {
property: stuff;
}

or

#element {
property: stuff;
}


Therefore you should know to always put a semicolon after each property and to close your damn code FOR EACH SEPARATE ELEMENT with a bracket. >| See also: Milou's much better guide on LJ. It shows how to do a lot of fancy tricks.

Follow me pls... )

Comment if you have questions and I might be able to assist. (◡﹏◡✿) Comments disabled until I revamp it. If you really need help, private message me.
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[personal profile] ruriair

Live Preview is currently unavailable.

Works with: Chrome, FireFox (visual differences), IE 10
Resolution: 1024x768 and above.
Features: Custom comments, custom icons page, custom archives, custom tags page.
Navstrip: None.


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last updated: 7/14/14, 1:23pm CDT to remove modules link. Unless there is a major issue this old and grody layout will no longer be updated.
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[personal profile] ruriair
Something with a layout isn't working right!
Make sure you followed each step listed. After that, check to see if I've updated the code since you copied it from its post. If not, leave a comment on the layout's specific post describing the issue.


Do you want credit?
It would be appreciated, especially for codes. Don't remove the credit from the layout CSS itself, at least, and never claim the codes or icons are yours.


May I edit your codes if I don't like something?
Yes. If you think something works in principle but is fugly in execution, do what you want.


May I repost your codes, edited or otherwise, on my blog, in a community, or on another site? Even if I credit you?
No.


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