Bueno

  • Author
    Posts
  • #474655

    sandrapawula
    Member

    I know the volunteers have barely caught their breath and there’s a new theme already. No pressure to answer this right away, but once you start playing with the theme, this is my question.

    Is there anyone to remove the dots and have a solid white background without uploading a custom background image? (and without CSS upgrade)

    Under appearance, on the background options, when I put in the hex value for white under display options and save changes, nothing happens to the background. It’s still whatever color scheme that was set under the Theme Options section. Does this color option in the display options section under background options work only if you have uploaded a custom image?

    I’m torn now between Bueno and Inuit Types and I’m still playing with Bueno to see all its ins and outs.

    Thanks.

    The blog I need help with is healingei.wordpress.com.

    #474852

    timethief
    Member

    Hi there,
    I’m busy torture testing it also and have been since early morning. Using the hex value number for white as a background color didn’t work for me either. But uploading a white square and tiling it and clicking save changes did work. So it’s time to report this to Staff will you do that please?

    #474874

    sandrapawula
    Member

    Sure!

    #474879

    sandrapawula
    Member

    Oh, where might I find a solid white tile? So far, I’ve only been able to find ones that have a texture? Thanks.

    Issue reported to staff.

    #474888

    timethief
    Member

    I used Paint and made one. :)

    #474922

    timethief
    Member

    Re: Bueno
    1. I can confirm that the color selector wheel is not working

    2. I can confirm that we can upload any solid colored square and choose to tile it that this workaround will result in a solid color background of your choice until Staff fix the color wheel selector.

    3. I can confirm that we you can upload a background image and it will display.

    4. I can confirm that uploading a header of the exact size specifications 930 x 198 pixels does work.

    5. I can confirm that all the Theme Options do work.

    6. I can confirm that the featured image option does work.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/featured-images/

    7. The Bueno Featured Posts widget is not functioning.

    I configured it and all that happened is a title (unlinked) to the post I entered data for into the widget displays in the sidebar and that’s it. It doesn’t matter if I set it to “The Content” or “The Excerpt” there are no changes that I can see.

    #474927

    timethief
    Member

    8. The dropdown for child pages does work and will allso nest grandchild pages.

    #474932

    sandrapawula
    Member

    Thank you Time Thief for giving us all these details. It helps so much.

    I had the Bueno Feature Posts widget showing the last five entries without thumbnails (unless you set the featured image too.) But it does seem a little wacky so I’m not sure it’s working completely. I have yet to figure out what the drop down option for ‘media tag’ means in the Feature Posts widget means.

    Featured image and featured posts is not the same thing, in case anyone is confused about that. :-)

    #474933

    Re 7 above, Featured Posts widget is working. Selecting “Excerpt” will display post excerpts if you’ve added excerpts in the Excerpt box of the post editor.

    Media tag means tag: selecting one -> displaying latest posts tagged with that tag.

    #474935

    The bg color doesn’t work because the stupid dots are a bg image, and the bg image is set to display in front of the bg color. Unfortunately, adding another bg image then removing it doesn’t leave you with no bg image at all (as it does in Dark Wood): the dots come back automatically. So the way to make the bg color work is to upload a very small image (no more than 50px high) and set Repeat to no repeat: the image will be hidden behind the top black strip, leaving the rest of the bg free.

    #474947

    twuks
    Member

    I’m having different problems with the lovely Bueno theme. I’ve not changed the css, just played around with the theme options. Now the links are missing their rollovers and the coloured dots behind the date have disappeared. Whatever boxes I tick, they aren’t coming back…

    #474950

    ifantasyrace
    Member

    I have this theme and the only problem I’ve had with it is that in numerical lists my 1,2,3’s have turned into A,B,C’s. When I change the ABC’s to bullets and then try to change them back to 123’s they once again turn into the alphabet. I emailed support on this one.

    #474973

    panaghiotisadam, timethief, and sandrapawula, selecting a custom color without a custom background image should be working now in the Bueno theme. Good catch.

    #474976

    I have the problem, that I cant change the color of the theme. I once changed it and the dotted background and the dotted dates are removed so it’s always black & white and unformated.

    #474978

    twuks, your styles should be back to normal now. I like the custom background you’ve chosen!

    ifantasyrace, thanks for pointing that out! Your ordered lists should be back to what you were expecting now.

    #474979

    ifantasyrace
    Member

    @themeshaper, Thanks for fixing that. All is good now.

    #474982

    diekopfhoerer, I’ve made an update to Bueno. Try re-saving your desired options at Appearance->Theme Options when you have Bueno activated.

    #474983

    timethief
    Member

    @themeshaper
    Thanks for the intervention. :)

    #474985

    I’m playing around with the Custom Background option, but how do I get back to the Default Dots? I’ve not activated the theme on my main blog yet; using a private test blog (thanks to timethief’s sage guidance). Do you need to know that URL?

    #474986

    timethief
    Member

    You must remove the background that you uploaded into the theme first, and then the theme will go back to displaying the dotted background.

The topic ‘Bueno’ is closed to new replies.