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Offline leangreene
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Posts: 9

......they are all like this!

why don't you put pictures in a demo with the dimensions on the picture. Have like a working demo for idiots. I'm not a programmer or a web designer I swing a hammer for a living. this is dragging on. I have all my pics ready to go, i just need to know exactly what size. your fancy code method doesn't show me anything but a bunch of confusing rectangles that have labels. How about a cheat sheet that is 1 big jpg showing all the pics on each page of the site with the dimensions?? Following that I could do. But I just don't see what I saw on your demo, this is even after you already fixed my corrupt upload as you put it earlier.

If I new that this site needs even 50 photos, and I new the sizes so my pics won't break up the design layout, and you had a cheat sheet outlining these parameters, I would be done already.



Offline Tristan Rineer
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Posts: 3858

The reason your pages aren't appearing is because your permalinks settings aren't applied properly.  To fix it, all you need to do is go to "Settings->Permalinks" in WP admin, and click the "Save" button.  This will re-generate the rules file that tells the server how to display the content.

The majority of the image sizes don't actually matter; most of them are defined either in the widget settings or in the code that creates the layout. 

The link I gave you in the other thread is so that you can see where the content is coming from; most of the content is contained in widgets, those "boxes with labels" that it's showing are the widget positions.  If you go to the "Appearance->Widgets" page in WP admin, you'll be able to find each widget in the position associated with the label previously mentioned, which will include the filename of the images being used; almost all demo content images in the shaper are in the main "images" folder in the root of the site, and if you feel you absolutely need to match the sizes, the best way to do that would be to look at the sizes of images in the "images" folder of the shaper.

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