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Dev Blog Responsive Theme

Developed by : Craig (Website)
Demo Url: Demo Website

Category : Stylish - Theme

User's Rating: Based on 2 Votes

Publisher's Description

Dev Blog Responsive Theme is a modern responsive theme ideal for Blogs and any other type of site.

Features
2 Columns

Responsive*, Html5, Css3, 960Grid System

Responsive Navigation Menu (Changes to Selector if Screen is smaller than 768px)

Top Sticky Responsive Navigation Menu when the page is scrolled down.

Facebook Like & Twitter Sharer for News

Footer Menus About us, Latest News, and Connect

Detailed Screenshots

Dev Blog Responsive Theme

Editor's Review

by Falk on 01/05/2014

Good work !

Editor's Verdict

Total Score of (63/80)

4/5

Addon Uniqueness80%

Addon Size and Features60%

Addon Thoroughly tested and Established50%

Addon Versions Compatibility80%

Addon Type100%

Editors Opinion60%

Authors Fame Factor100%

Value for Money100%

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Additional Information

Updated

May 01 2014 07:11:58

Author(s)

Craig

Downloaded

1117 Times

Copyright

Copyright: 2014 by PHP-Fusion Mods UK

Size

98.09 KB

Price

Free

Current Version

Version 1.0

Made for PHP-Fusion

v7.02

Translations

No Additional translations

Support Thread

Dev Blog Responsive Theme

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33 Replies 11,398 Views Last Updated on 1 year ago

Craig


Fusioneer

#1

Posted 3 years ago

www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusions/addondb/img/screenshots/1821.png


Dev Blog Responsive Theme is a modern responsive theme ideal for Blogs and any other type of site.

Features
2 Columns

Responsive*, Html5, Css3, 960Grid System

Responsive Navigation Menu (Changes to Selector if Screen is smaller than 768px)

Top Sticky Responsive Navigation Menu when the page is scrolled down.

Facebook Like & Twitter Sharer for News

Footer Menus About us, Latest News, and Connect

-- View this Addon --

Posts: 4531

Joined: 27/09/2005

Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#2

Posted 3 years ago

Hi,

It's been a while since I've customized a site and I might have known that,
but Murphy's law says I can't find it now that I do need it Shock

I(d like to remove the page titles (names) on all instances.

Examples to remove:
articles.php:
www.corpfrance.com/_images/Articles.png
news.php -the text means 'Welcome':
www.corpfrance.com/_images/News.png
external page:
www.corpfrance.com/_images/Devis.png
etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated Wink Smile

Thank you...

Posts: 406

Joined: 25/01/2006

Sina30


Junior Member

#3

Posted 3 years ago

Which themes is the ganeu?

Posts: 39

Joined: 28/06/2014

Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#4

Posted 3 years ago

That was fast Smile thanks...
Dev Responsive Blog... Google wants responsive evrywhere, now...

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Sina30


Junior Member

#5

Posted 3 years ago

https://www.php-f...don_id=973????

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Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#6

Posted 3 years ago

Absolutely...

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Sina30


Junior Member

#7

Posted 3 years ago

I looked at that I see .main-content .cap { this is for all you need to change something for you.

Edit the line font-size: 2.05em;
Code Gist:

.main-content .cap {
  margin-top: 15px;
  color: #333;
  font-family: Lato, sans-serif;
  font-size: 2.05em;
  font-weight: 700;
  line-height: 1.3em;
  padding-bottom: 2px;

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Joined: 28/06/2014

Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#8

Posted 3 years ago

Thank you for your time.

I tried it but this simply decreased the size of all titles, including those for each news item.

So unfortunately it does not suppress the top title but changes the layout for the rest of the page.

Incidentally, I posted here, but maybe this is not theme-related?

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Sina30


Junior Member

#9

Posted 3 years ago

Please delete the browser cache

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Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#10

Posted 3 years ago

No change...

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Sina30


Junior Member

#11

Posted 3 years ago

Got a website where you can see it?

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Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#12

Posted 3 years ago

http://www.usacon...t/news.php (I'll revert it to maintenance tomorrow).

Posts: 406

Joined: 25/01/2006

Falk


Super Admin

#13

Posted 3 years ago

Open includes/panel_functions.php remove
Code Gist:

<div style='margin-left: 10px;'>".$title."</div>\n

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Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#14

Posted 3 years ago

Good Yes, cigar!

Thanks a million, Domi.
Never would I have thought to look inside this file.

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Falk


Super Admin

#15

Posted 3 years ago

Good

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Joined: 27/09/2005

zizub


Member

#16

Posted 3 years ago

Good theme! It is a pity only that the maximum size of 960. Visitors of my site, has large screen size.
Does anyone, tried to increase the size to 1200px? Share the instruction.

smages.com/thumbs/scren2.jpg

Posts: 93

Joined: 02/05/2012

helmuth


Moderator

#17

Posted 3 years ago

footer.php contains hardcoded English:

line 41: <div class='heading footer-section-news'>Latest News</div>

lines 71-79: Connect With PHP-Fusion Mods UK!
Follow, Add, Like Or Subscribe!<br />
We are on <a title='Facebook' href='#' target='_blank'>Facebook</a>, <a title='Twitter' href='http://www.twitter.com/fangree' target='_blank'>Twitter</a> &amp; <a title='YouTube' href='http://www.youtube.com/fangree' target='_blank'>YouTube</a>.
Also keep up to date with our latest news via our <a title='PHP-Fusion Mods UK RSS News Feed' href='http://www.dev-blog.phpfusionmods.co.uk/news_rss.php' target='_blank'>News RSS Feed</a>!<br />

<a href='http://www.facebook.com/' target='_blank'><img class='social-icons' src='".THEME."images/fb.png' alt='PHP-Fusion Mods UK On Facebook' title='PHP-Fusion Mods UK On Facebook' /></a>
<a href='http://www.twitter.com/' target='_blank'><img class='social-icons' src='".THEME."images/twitterb.png' alt='PHP-Fusion Mods UK On Twitter' title='PHP-Fusion Mods UK On Twitter' /></a>
<a href='http://www.youtube.com/' target='_blank'><img class='social-icons' src='".THEME."images/youtube.png' alt='PHP-Fusion Mods UK On YouTube' title='PHP-Fusion Mods UK On YouTube' /></a>
<a href='#' target='_blank'><img class='social-icons' src='".THEME."images/rss.png' alt='PHP-Fusion Mods UK Development BlogRSS News Feed' title='PHP-Fusion Mods UK Development Blog RSS News Feed' /></a>

line 120: echo"<a title='Go To Top' href='#top' id='toTopfooter'><div id='to-the-top-footer-left' ></div><div id='to-the-top-footer' ><img src='".THEME."images/arrow_up_16x16.png' class='up-arrow' Alt='Go To Top' title='Go To Top' /></div><div id='to-the-top-footer-right' ></div></a>";

line 123: if(iGUEST) { echo"<div style='margin-top: 37px;'>[<a href='".BASEDIR."login.php'>Admin Login</a>] &nbsp;&nbsp;</div>"; }

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Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#18

Posted 3 years ago

@ zizub: obviously, you do. I would say this is related to the rg1.css but it's really a hassle to check the changes you want to make...
My purpose was the opposite: to make my sites compatable with the smaller tablets and phones as Google Webmaster Tools Team wrote to me indicating sites not fit for phones would be poorly considered...
Maybe related to Google's plan to launch it's own mobile network.

@ helmuth: I admit I removed the hardcoded text - except for Craig's and PHP-Fusion's copyrights, of course.

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Quartzkyte


Senior Member

#19

Posted 3 years ago

Sorry to be a nuisance but I have another question...

My "mobile size menu" show the site links twice although I checked they are not repeated and on header only.

corpfrance.com/_images/LINKS01.png

corpfrance.com/_images/LINKS00.png

Would someone have an idea ?
I don't remember touching anything on the nav codes.

T.I.A.

Posts: 406

Joined: 25/01/2006

sargon


Newbie

#20

Posted 3 years ago

anybody, do you have a working google+ js code for this theme? thanks.

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