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Omni Responsive Theme

Developed by : Craig (Website)

Category : Miscellaneous - Theme

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Omni Responsive Theme

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Omni Responsive Theme

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by Falk on 04/03/2014

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Updated

March 04 2014 03:04:48

Author(s)

Craig

Downloaded

3234 Times

Copyright

Craig

Size

104.53 KB

Price

Free

Current Version

Version 1.0

Made for PHP-Fusion

v7.02

Translations

No Additional translations

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Omni Responsive Theme

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18 Replies 19,901 Views Last Updated on 5 months ago

Falk


Super Admin

#1

Posted 3 years ago

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Omni Responsive Theme

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Posts: 3567

Joined: 27/09/2005

zizub


Member

#2

Posted 3 years ago

Good theme. Thank you Craig.
My question is: how to configure the standard horizontal menu? I have not much sections and I need to do the usual adapted menu. I tried to edit the file and nav.php embed codes from other navigation templates and css. Links have appeared but they are simple and i need adapted. Maybe there are options for the sample code?

Posts: 90

Joined: 02/05/2012

zizub


Member

#3

Posted 3 years ago

At me has turned to do this without modifying the code. As indicated in the photo
http://www.phpfusionmods.co.uk/images/menu_expl...u_expl.png
I tried to do different variants how it happened I uncomprehending. I delete all:
%submenu% General and %endmenu% Donate

Now at me installed in the admin navigation - Position: Horizontal only menu
Now everything works as I wanted.

Posts: 90

Joined: 02/05/2012

maestroweb


Junior Member

#4

Posted 3 years ago

please if i want the panel show in left and right what i do Good

Posts: 18

Joined: 25/02/2014

lifeguard


Member

#5

Posted 3 years ago

Best theme. And great support from author Smile

Posts: 79

Joined: 31/12/2011

Craig


Fusioneer

#6

Posted 3 years ago

Awe, thanks mate, that's nice! Appreciated! Cheers! Good

Posts: 4535

Joined: 27/09/2005

Holst


Junior Member

#7

Posted 3 years ago

Hello,
I am currently working on my own version of http://www.phpfus...oad_id=316

I would like to make the top bar sticky when scrolling down. Just like it actually does on this site.

Can someone tell me how to? I've tried with position: fixed - it did stick to the top, but it wasn't "in front". It was behind the content on the website.

Please ask if I forgot to mention something with relevant.

Thanks in advance!

Posts: 14

Joined: 07/06/2012

Layzee


Member

#8

Posted 3 years ago

Well, just try

{
...
position: fixed;
z-index:9999;
...
}

in CSS
Seen it - done it!

Posts: 113

Joined: 07/01/2011

Holst


Junior Member

#9

Posted 3 years ago

Layzee wrote:

Well, just try

{
...
position: fixed;
z-index:9999;
...
}

in CSS

Thanks that let me in the right direction. Fixed it. When you enter af thread you can't read the first line of a post.
Any way to force the site to jump about 40 px up when loading af page?

Posts: 14

Joined: 07/06/2012

Layzee


Member

#10

Posted 3 years ago

To "jump" up, as you said, there are different possible solutions.

The easy way is to define a fixed position for your content area.
The other way could be a "margin" - relative to all elements which comes before content.

To let the content "jump" up, try this for example:

Code Gist:

{
...
margin-top: -40px; // Content jumps UP 40px
...
}


When content has to be shown 40px below the element before, change it to

Code Gist:

{
...
margin-top: 40px; // Content jumps DOWN 40px
...
}


or, the "simple way":

Code Gist:

}
...
margin: 40px 0 0 0; // Content jumps DOWN 40px
...
{


Both versions should be "parsed" correctly by all browsers.
Edited by Layzee on 20-05-2014 08:34
Seen it - done it!

Posts: 113

Joined: 07/01/2011

zizub


Member

#11

Posted 3 years ago

My question is about tag div.
If I understand correctly, then all open tags <div>, shall be closed </ div>.
Some files contain open div.
Omni / includes / render_news-articles.php - contains 24 <div and 22 </ div
I think it to be corrected, or can be left?

Close the requires the top ?
echo "<div class='floatfix'>
<div class='cap'>
<div class='new-news'>".$locale['omni_003']."</div>\n
<div class='triangle-new'>
<div style='margin-left: 10px;'>\n";
echo $subject." </div>\n";
echo "</div>\n";
Add two more:
echo "</div>\n";
echo "</div>\n";


This is the correct option or not ?
Edited by zizub on 29-05-2014 20:37

Posts: 90

Joined: 02/05/2012

Craig


Fusioneer

#12

Posted 3 years ago

Hi,

It's ok there is no issue, the }else{ is where you see the extra opening divs but they are not extra, its depends on the condition.

Is it giving you problems like?

Regards
Edited by Craig on 29-05-2014 19:35

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Joined: 27/09/2005

zizub


Member

#13

Posted 3 years ago

Hi!
In work the theme, no problems, everything is good.
I just read that through the open tag, the attacker can do much harm the site.
About, } else {, I don `t know, it turns out that, it is safe and I should not worry about this issue?
Thanks for the reply.
Edited by zizub on 29-05-2014 20:37

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Joined: 02/05/2012

Craig


Fusioneer

#14

Posts: 4535

Joined: 27/09/2005

zizub


Member

#15

Posted 3 years ago

I have trouble with TinyMce 3.5.hhh View photo.
i.piccy.info/i9/ea6c5d3b0f59c529ae2582a8a62803a2/1401622346/4291/754733/ertn_240.jpgi.piccy.info/a3/2014-06-01-11-32/i9-6480341/240x176-r/i.gif
You have the same thing? It is my misfortune or the total? I tried to change the width in styles.css
body. mceToolbar div {
white-space: normal;
width: 597px;
}
I also tried to admin_header_mce.php, rearranged on the fourth line, buttons, Select Text Color and Select Background Color.
It did not help. Who knows how to fix it?
Edited by zizub on 01-06-2014 13:42

Posts: 90

Joined: 02/05/2012

Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#16

Posted 2 years ago

Hey,
did Craig's site go down?
Anyway, here are my 2 cents:
- the footer has a portion hard coded that should go into locale :
Code Gist:

Connect With PHP-Fusion Mods UK! Follow, Add, Like Or Subscribe!
We are on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube. Also keep up to date with our latest news via our News RSS Feed!

- the top search button is too narrow for texts like french "Rechercher"
- here is a french locale I would normally have put on Craig's site:
Code Gist:

<?php
$locale['omni_001']  = "Recherche";
$locale['omni_002']  = "Aller &agrave;...";
$locale['omni_003']  = "Nouveau";
$locale['omni_004']  = "Post-it";
$locale['omni_005']  = "Publi&eacute; le ";
$locale['omni_006']  = "Derniers visiteurs";
$locale['omni_007']  = " est en ligne";
$locale['omni_008']  = " &eacute;tait en ligne il y a moins de 5 minutes";
$locale['omni_009']  = " &eacute;tait en ligne &agrave; ";
$locale['omni_010']  = "Nombre d'utilisateurs en ligne";
$locale['omni_011']  = "Membres";
$locale['omni_012']  = "Visiteurs";
$locale['omni_013']  = "Nombre total de visites de Membres aujourd'hui";
$locale['omni_014']  = "Nombre total de Nouveaux Membres aujourd&#39;hui";
$locale['omni_015']  = "Attention Admins";
$locale['omni_016']  = "Membres d&eacute;sactiv&eacute;s";
$locale['omni_017']  = "A notre sujet";
$locale['omni_018']  = "PHP-Fusion Mods UK est un site de d&eacute;veloppement, de modifications et de support non-officiel pour PHP-Fusion.<br />Nous d&eacute;veloppons, fournissons et aidons GRATUITEMENT des ajouts de qualit&eacute; pour le CMS PHP-Fusion.";
$locale['omni_019']  = "Connection";
$locale['omni_020']  = "";
$locale['omni_021']  = "";
$locale['omni_022']  = "";
$locale['omni_023']  = "";

$locale['stat001'] = " membre";
$locale['stat002'] = " membres";
$locale['stat005'] = "Il y a eu ";
$locale['stat006'] = " &amp; ";
$locale['stat007'] = " utilisateurs enregistr&eacute;s ici depuis";
$locale['stat008'] = " connect&eacute;s &amp; ";
$locale['stat009'] = " nouveaux ";
$locale['stat010'] = " enregistr&eacute;s aujourd&#39;hui. ";
$locale['stat011'] = "Nous avons ";
$locale['stat012'] = " t&eacute;l&eacute;chargements ";
$locale['stat013'] = " fils de forums,  ";
$locale['stat014'] = " messages de forums ";
$locale['stat015'] = "il y a ";
$locale['stat016'] = " commentaires publi&eacute;s.";
$locale['stat017'] = " utilisateur";
$locale['stat018'] = " utilisateurs";
$locale['stat019'] = " qui ont &eacute;t&eacute; t&eacute;l&eacute;charg&eacute;s ";
$locale['stat020'] = " fois";
?>


All the best, guys! :)

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ceesboog


Junior Member

#17

Posted 9 months ago

Tried 2 responsive themes so far, changing standard themes doesn't pose trouble, these 2 Omni and dev_blog_responsive
give error like this :

Fatal error: Call to undefined function add_to_footer() in /public/sites/www....../themes/dev_blog_responsive/includes/functions.php on line 115

for omni name ofc is different for rest its the same, have not much knowledge in php.

Posts: 11

Joined: 02/02/2011

Posted 8 months ago

I've been using PHP-fusion for my site since 2011, but recently my site has fallen in Google rankings because of not being "mobile friendly." I installed Omni Responsive Theme, customized it for my site, and ran it through Google's mobile-friendly-test, and it passed. This should do nicely until PHP-fusion9 is ready for general use. If you like, take a look at my customization of the Omni theme at AngoraRabbit.com. I'm not much of a designer, but it will do for now, and I don't have all of my content reformatted yet for the theme.

Posts: 90

Joined: 08/04/2011

Posted 5 months ago

Does not work. Does not install. Missing style.css

Posts: 1

Joined: 08/03/2011

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