francozola said: hey! love your themes. I'm using 'Float On' atm and have changed the colours a bit. Hope you don't mind. One question though: all my images/gifs/etc appear on my page as the same width. Is there any way to remove this feature? Hope you understand what I'm asking, lol.
Thank you! Absolutely, just locate .postimage and delete the width:650px; part. This forces all your images posted under the photo option to be set to 650 pixels.
emerald-elephant said: Hello! I am using your lovely Float On theme and I was wondering how I could add links to the sidebar. Links for other pages. Do I add it to the custom HTML or what? I'm quite confused. Your themes are great though!
To add a link anywhere, all you have to do is use this HTML code: <a href=”URL HERE”>LINK NAME</a> and you’re done! Make sure the link url always starts with http:// !
imaprile said: Hey there! I just started using your theme "Float On" and I LOVE it! I'm fairly competent with HTML & CSS editing, however, I can't figure out how to change the font to the Tumblr title, "Random Fandom". I'm trying to use @font-face like I've done on my Blogger blog and it's not working. I even just tried changing it to something simple but nothing sticks. What is it assigned as? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks again.
Firstly, I love what you did to the layout. You customized it so nice! Thank you for leaving my credit on. ♥ Also, I don’t see your Random Fandom title… maybe you took it out before I had time to respond? Sorry! Anyway, to change the Blog Title font, it’s assigned as “h2”. Find h2 in the CSS and you should be able to change it from there!
Title: “Float On”
Created on: October 20, 2010
Requirements: Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and IE 7+ friendly
Additional Credit: social network icons by Komodo Media
“Float On” is a customizable blogger-inspired theme. The content and image posts are set at 650px wide, about 150px larger than the default size. Very color-customizable. There is an option to show the people you are following in a box-like div and there is an option to show your five most recent liked posts as well. However, neither of these options are mandatory. You can simply uncheck a box in the “Appearance” tab if you do not want them visible on your blog.
All options can be customized in the “Appearance” tab, such as color, font size, font family, and line-height. There is no need to go search the HTML for them. You can also add your social networking links in the “Appearance” tab, and they will appear as icons next to your blog title if you put a check in the appropriate box.