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Roger Sharp
Newquay
Editor Of Carve Surfing Magazine...
Interests: Surfing, photography, Guinness, gravy...
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Love it! Looks great on iOS as well. Great work team.
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Works a treat thanks!
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Perfect, thank you. I've implemented the new design and it looks sweet. Works really well on iPad as well. Nice work Typepad team :)
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Loving it. Can you add a social icon for 500px? Really popular photography site now.
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Just noticed the new sharing feature earlier. Awesome work :)
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Aaaaaah got ya! Makes sense. Might want to make it a bit clearer what 'enhanced mobile viewing' entails to avoid confusion! Diggin the theme though, good work you lot.
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Glitch not totally fixed, Chunky is looking fine on desktops but on iPad and iPhone my sidebars have vanished. I'm using one column design with sidebars at bottom and they is mos def not there at the mo on iDevices...
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Loving it! Simple is best in these mobile friendly times!
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Thanks for the swift response. Hope they get up to speed soon!
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At the mo the Pin It button registers images and YouTube videos but not Vimeo? Any ideas?
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I'm using this (with a little customisation from the awesome CSS tips guide page) and it's an awesome theme for mobile, works a treat on the iPad. Super quick to load as well. Love it!
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One issue with Google web fonts: when someone clicks through to your blog from a link on Facebook on an iPhone it all goes to hell in a hand basket. Not a problem on the iPad as that launches Safari... Anyone else experiencing this? I'm using the new Clean theme with default Google Web Font..
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That's sorted the extended post text issue thank you... One little thing (just so you know) when I click to bring up the extended post (with its now uniform body text) the post title is reverting to the original blog format font, not the Georgia/TNR that I have added with CSS...
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Border removed with that thanks!
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Thanks, the important thing helped out... All done now. The nav bar has the underline that looks odd if you make the background any solid colour, but have sorted it all now. Colour scheme and fonts all changed. Thanks for your help. www.surfphoto.co
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And when you make an extended post the font size is different between the first chunk of text and the extended. Thought it was cos i'd changed the font for the whole blog (read only the posts and post footer in reality) took out the CSS and its still odd... Not been tested to well this theme?! ;)
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Loving the new theme. Feedback so far. The top nav bar does not sit all that well, especially if it has a background colour. And not all the CSS options work, having trouble changing anything related to post titles... font/colour etc.
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Aug 5, 2011