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Pixture Reloaded

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Thursday, August 14, 2008 - 16:43
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Pixture Reloaded is a pure CSS port of the original Pixture theme. Pixture Reloaded is a colour-able theme and supports 1, 2 or 3 columns and can be either fixed width or fluid. Features: Colourable - includes 18 pre-configured colour schemes + you can customise our own Drop menus built in - follow the simple instructions in the README for Superfish enabled menus Supports most major features except for secondary menus Well supported - if you need help just submit an issue and I'm here to help Colour Setting Pixture Reloaded uses the color module - this allows you to modify the colour of the theme to your liking. There are 18 preset colour combinations and you can generate your own by using the colour picker in the theme settings page - admin/build/themes/settings/pixture_reloaded. Width Setting You can set the overall width of your site (scroll to the bottom of the theme settings page). Specify the page width in percent ratio (50-100%) for liquid layout, or in px (800-1600px) for fixed width layout. If an invalid value is specified the default value (85%) is used instead. You can leave this field blank to use the default value. You need to add either % or px after the number. If you use percentages be aware that the layout could break if the user re-sizes the browser window down to less than 450px or so, depending on how many sidebars you have active and your actual content. Superfish Drop Menu Build a standard drupal menu. Set the correct levels to "expanded". Disable Primary links in the theme settings AND check the setting to enable Superfish (scroll to the bottom of the Pixture Reloaded theme settings page). Place the menu block in the Superfish region (using Drupals normal block configuration system). Your menu will be auto-magically rendered as a Drop menu. To modify the animation style and speed please see the following site for a full run down on configuring the Superfish plugin: http://users.tpg.com.au/j_birch/plugins/superfish/ Editing the CSS Re-colorable themes save a copy of the css in the files folder (which contains the new color information for the theme). If you need to edit the CSS first make your changes and upload them to the server, then go back to the theme settings page and save the theme settings again, so you changes are written to the files folder and will show in the site. There's no easy around this, its just how colorable themes work. Thanks to Lullabot for the Lullacons!

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