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The full version 2.7 of my WordPress theme Travelogue was released today on WordPress’s Theme Repository. You can download it below.

Download Travelogue v 2.7 (includes PSDs)

This finally bumps it up past 2.6.9 with a couple small but important bug fixes. Here’s the lowdown:

Changelog for v 2.7:

  • Fixed a bug caused by a deprecated function called in sidebar.php if no widgets were activated.
  • Fixed a formatting issue when using the Search widget in the sidebar, causing all widgets after to be messed up.
  • Changed the default rotating script for the polaroid images to rotatorm.php instead of rotator.php. Hopefully that helps people have less issues with the polaroid images.
  • A couple other very small things.

If you have questions about the polaroid images, please search on this site and read the comments before you send me an email. I’m often happy to help, but I have very little free time, and many of the questions have already been answered multiple times. Other than that, enjoy!

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First off, I tried Travelogue on my home server, to see what it looks like, and I have to say, I’m very happy of how it looks, and the capabilities built into it.

I was wondering, because I really like the random picture in the header (instead of having to use a widget, which you can’t always place in a header) if you mind me integrating your photo randomizer into our website (we’re a small non-profit club), and how you would go about it.

Ideally I’d like to use the polaroid frame as well, but I’d like to retain the Arjuna X theme as the layout and color scheme is now familiar to our members. I might do some creative photoshopping, or just create a new frame altogether.

I couldn’t find an email to contact you through, so if you could get back to me that would be much appreciated.

Thanks

April 3, 2010 1:30 am

I love the look of your travelogue theme. I’m new to themes and thought I would look into an existing one before I started messing around with my own. Thanks for making this one and posting it.

There is a question I have, though. At this site: http://ramtech.us/wordpress/ you’ll notice I changed some of the colors on your theme, but there is still a dark red border showing up on the calendar pages for the posts. Where is that? Is it in one of the compiled files or in one of the CSS or PHP files. I’ve looked for it for a couple of days. I suppose searching for it is good for my skills, LOL!

May 8, 2010 5:52 pm

Rebecca, that’s a tough one to find, so don’t worry about it too much. In fact, in order to find it you would need to look at the final, compiled web page, instead of the source. You can do this most easily with a tool like Firebug. But anyway, the red border is coming from a Javascript that is creating rounded corners by adding markup to the boxes. I did this back in the day before CSS3 was as widely supported, and to help with IE compatibility. You will find that the colors for defining the border are in header.php, in some Javascript talking about NiftyCheck and Rounded. For reference on what the parameters are, see the NiftyCube page.

May 8, 2010 6:40 pm

Hi Joshua,
Upgraded to the new version of Travelogue and like it heaps. Problem: My homepage looks great in Firefox, but horrid in IE. The right sidebar seems to repeat itself in the main body so have to scroll way down to get to the posts. Any ideas how to fix this?

Thanks in advance,
Sophie

July 15, 2010 3:17 pm

Sophie, it looks like you are missing a closing div tag in there somewhere, and that is causing the formatting to be messed up. I would guess that it is probably one of your widgets, perhaps in particular the Networked Blogs widget thing, or perhaps the Blogstats widget. Experiment by deactivating/removing these widgets and refreshing, see if things start to look better.

July 16, 2010 12:35 am