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WordPress Theme – Morris Blur

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Morris Blur is one of my latest wordpress design that bought full right by private buyer. Morrisblur comes with the old-school 2 column wordpress theme and decorated by stripe background and stripe header or what my friends called it a stripos…not sure what he meant by that..:)

Another feature added to the theme is the adsense.php files. Just put in your valuable google Pub_ID and you ready to earned some revenue…yes, the demand of google intergrated theme are more and more nowadays…surely we blogger love to earn some cash while blogging the world…oh yeah!

Header are changeable and basically the theme are one step to a simple and organize blog niche. A stripe menu just to make it more interesting and the a couple of cloudy comment icon just make eyes bleed…not sure why i applied the somewhat high contrast colour into couple of my theme…maybe the late night coding and design just blurred me out..:) maybe that’s why i named the theme morris blur…hehe..also don’t forget the big feeder and technorati in the sidebar and the skype contact me icon…so if user got skype account ready..just edit the files and input your skype id and get ready to meet friends….:;;:

thanks and let me know if there’s any buggy bug…

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  1. I’m having a very tough time getting the comment_excerpt to work. Can you please tell me how to do this? Thanks. Also, I’m trying to get the comments bubble below posts to be more noticeable…. so like actually write “Add Your Comments” for those people who don’t know to click the comments bubble. I really like what you did with your no-plugin social network after the posts. Is there a plugin or not? (I guess that’s why it’s called no-plugin social network, duh?) But I woul dlike to add that to my blog. As you can see, my blog needs to be more comment-friendly since users will be hopefully posting many comments about the beer recipe. Can you recommend some other comment plugins to make this happen? Thanks. Rich http://www.opensourcebeerproject.com

    Public CommentUserI'm having a very tough time getting the comment_excerpt to work. Can you please tell me how to do this? Thanks. Also, I'm trying to get the comments bubble below posts to be more noticeable.... so like actually write "Add Your Comments" for those people who don't know to click the comments bubble. I really like what you did with your no-plugin social network after the posts. Is there a plugin or not? (I guess that's why it's called no-plugin social network, duh?) But I woul dlike to add that to my blog. As you can see, my blog needs to be more comment-friendly since users will be hopefully posting many comments about the beer recipe. Can you recommend some other comment plugins to make this happen? Thanks. Rich www.opensourcebeerproject.com
  2. oops, i see..

    i don’t think its got problems in ie6..but the post area aligment are narrow tight in firefox…is that the problem?

    if yes, open your style.css and look for this code


    #post_entry {
    margin: 0px;
    float: left;
    width: 590px;--this one
    padding-top: 0px;
    padding-right: 5px;
    padding-bottom: 0px;
    padding-left: 10px;
    position: relative;
    border-right-width: 1px;
    border-right-style: solid;
    border-right-color: #EFEFEF;
    }

    changed it to 600 or 610px..that should fixed it

    let me know how it’s go ok…:)

    Member of DEZZAIN.COMAdministratoroops, i see.. i don't think its got problems in ie6..but the post area aligment are narrow tight in firefox...is that the problem? if yes, open your style.css and look for this code <code> #post_entry { margin: 0px; float: left; width: 590px;--this one padding-top: 0px; padding-right: 5px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 10px; position: relative; border-right-width: 1px; border-right-style: solid; border-right-color: #EFEFEF; } </code> changed it to 600 or 610px..that should fixed it let me know how it's go ok...:)
  3. LOL, that ain’t what I wanted. The pages look fine on IE7 and Firefox, but it’s outta of alignment on IE6, could you check it out for me? Thanks

    Public CommentUserLOL, that ain't what I wanted. The pages look fine on IE7 and Firefox, but it's outta of alignment on IE6, could you check it out for me? Thanks
  4. helo chris
    thanks…glad you like the theme..:)

    ok..i checked out your site and everything seems fine to me..nothing unusual in the pages except for the dot line before every post content..not sure if that have anything to do with the plugin tho.

    i think the div style border:thin dotted black closing tag (/div) should be after the end of p align “justify” and should look like this to wrap the dot.

    (div style="")(p align="")(/p)(/div)

    close the div tag and the end of the p align tag should cover it up…not sure if that’s what you looking for but tried it out ok..:)

    Public CommentUserhelo chris thanks...glad you like the theme..:) ok..i checked out your site and everything seems fine to me..nothing unusual in the pages except for the dot line before every post content..not sure if that have anything to do with the plugin tho. i think the div style <strong>border:thin dotted black</strong> closing tag (/div) should be after the end of p align "justify" and should look like this to wrap the dot. <code>(div style="")(p align="")(/p)(/div)</code> close the div tag and the end of the p align tag should cover it up...not sure if that's what you looking for but tried it out ok..:)
  5. Good day mate,

    I just implemented your theme and I love it so much, thank you.

    However, I’m having difficulties adjusting the width of “Pages”. When I click on any of the pages, for eg “about”, the right sidebar seems out of alignment. Could you please advise on which width of the left content I should adjust?

    I have no problem with the Index & Single post alignment.

    Public CommentUserGood day mate, I just implemented your theme and I love it so much, thank you. However, I'm having difficulties adjusting the width of "Pages". When I click on any of the pages, for eg "about", the right sidebar seems out of alignment. Could you please advise on which width of the left content I should adjust? I have no problem with the Index & Single post alignment.
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