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19 September 2009 @ 07:06 pm
layout 035: Sunshine Honey Honey (flexible squares)  

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CREDIT:
★- Comments are ♥
★- Credit & watch visualwit for updates

NOTES:
★- My FAQ post. Refer to this for directions on adding headers and such.

DIRECTIONS:
★- Select Journal Style
★- Select any Flexible Squares layout except 'Circles'
★- Go to Custom CSS and set all drop down boxes to No
★- Paste code in 'Custom Stylesheet' text box

ADDITIONAL TOPBAR DIRECTIONS:
★- Go to Sidebar
★- Make sure every dropdown box except Blurb & Links is set to "No"
★- This topbar looks best with only about 3-5 links; the aesthetics is largely dependent on your blurb size
★- Set the tags to "No" if you have a lot
★- Make sure the 'Ordering' is as follows: Default Userpic, Blurb, Links, Tags, Calendar, Page Summary

MORE DIRECTIONS FOR PLUS ACCOUNTS:
★- Go to Select Journal Style
★- Change ads to horizontal; Save
★- Then change ads to between entries; Save
(the repetition is necessary for custom comment pages and such)

FAQ:
★- Can I tweak the code (color, font, etc)? Certainly, just don't remove the header at the beginning of the css code.
★- I have a question about the layout, where should I post my questions? At the layout post is fine, though you may also post general layout questions at the FAQ post.

OTHER RESOURCES:
★- s2flexisquares is the main tutorial/how to site for flexible squares
 
 
 
Truthful Plum Logical Horsemegyal on September 20th, 2009 02:31 pm (UTC)
Hi, I just wanted to tell you that in Internet Explorer, a reply box to an existing comment is pushed over to the right; in Firefox it's okay, though. A layout maker friend of mine advised me to try adding float: left!important; to #qrform table; while that DOES put it over to the left, it forces its way into the comment below.

But it's a great layout; I love it the way it is.
Robyntimeasmymeasure on September 20th, 2009 07:42 pm (UTC)
Oh, Internet Explorer.

Anyway, yeah I see the problem. But I'd rather that it push it to the right than it cut into the next comment. Tried float: center!important, didn't budge it.

Thank you for pointing this out!!
I'll certainly try and find a way to fix it.
Maybe the Flex Sq comm.

Thanks again =D