Regarding, distressedthemes, I have read their apology, messaged them, and in return I will remove the post I made.
However, I do not appreciate the people messaging me telling me what a horrible person I am because I made a public post about code theft.
I am not some crazy, mean bitch who likes to make people feel bad. What you need to understand is that I always message people first when I come across them stealing my themes. Always. Most theme makers do this because it’s good manners. I never go straight to my blog and post about it publicly. You could probably ask the half dozen people I’ve caught, after I message them, as long as they take down the themes, all is fine and forgotten.
What people should be thinking about is, not what a horrible person I am for calling someone out, but why, does it take a public post to get force people to acknowledge their mistakes? And as a future reference, when a theme maker confronts you about stealing, they most likely have all the proof they need for a public post so just admit it when they message you privately and everyone can skip this ugly mess.
Updated Codes: Media Page 2014
So I’ve updated the plugin for those who had trouble scrolling using a touch device or the roller on a mouse.
XXX - MEDIA PAGE 2013
↳ Preview: Version #1 / Version #2 (with About and Tags) / Version #3 (No Frills Edition) / Customized Example • Help/FAQ • Download: (Pastebin) Ver. 1 + Ver. 2 + Ver. 3 / Google
I know I’m slightly late but Happy New Year! So following the last two years, here’s a new film table/media page for 2014. I’m also trying Google as a new way to share codes. Just hover over the version you would like and an arrow will appear, choose to ‘View’ (or download if you prefer to mess with the codes first).
Please note there are three slightly different versions, so please make sure you download the right codes for the one you want. Version #1 is the ‘original’ version. It has three sections, one each for films, books and TV shows. Version #2 is an edited version so that instead of three sections for different types of media it can be used as a multi-purpose page. The three sections includes one for overall media, an about page and a space for tags. Version #3, is the simple, no frills version of just the media section.
You don’t need to worry about image sizes and positioning. I’ve coded it so that they will automatically resize; film posters and book covers will resize to 110px, screencaps will be 245px wide. The alternative images on either side are also coded so you do not need to wrong about that.
As always, please read through the help page first, if you need assistance with customizing the page. I have tried to add comments in the code in which will help, but there is alot of code, so work slowly. I have also noticed that the tumblr live preview when customizing pages, doesn’t seem to like the way I code. So things will probably look a little messed up in the preview - but just save it and it should look fine on the actual blog.
And for anyone who has the time, maybe have a go at this short questionnaire. It’ll hopefully help me understand more about what themes you want to see in the future (and I already have my next one nearly finished).
If you could please just take a few moments to answer these questions, it would be really great.
When I first started this blog I had a very similar questionnaire and after nearly two years I’m just curious how much the users have changed. This will also help me get some feedback, as well as identify what type of themes are more popular, and what people would like to see more of.
MEDIA PAGE 2014 FAQ
→ CHANGING COLOURS
|Sidebar (with image) - #131410|
|Links - #FC913A|
|Link Hover - #EDE574|
|Sections Background - #FAFAFA|
|Content Background - #F7F7E4|
|Titles - #EDD456|
|Borders - #FC913A|
|Tags Background - #DDD|
|Stars - #FFD700|
→ HOW TO ADD NEW FILM
“Stoker” used as an example. This is not formatted like a table so there are no columns and rows and no need to stick to a structure. Everytime you want to add another book just copy/paste the code and keep adding to the list.
→ HOW TO ADD NEW BOOK
"Frost Burned" used as an example. This is not formatted like a table so there are no columns and rows and no need to stick to a structure. Everytime you want to add another book just copy/paste the code and keep adding to the list.
→ HOW TO ADD TV SHOW
"Haven" used as an example. This is not formatted like a table so there are no columns and rows and no need to stick to a structure. Everytime you want to add another book just copy/paste the code and keep adding to the list.
→ STAR RATING WITH ICON FONT
For the stars I am using the icon font, SOSA. The stars look a little nicer than the normal HTML ones with more control styling them. If you have a look at the codes you will notice that in the ratings space instead of “stars” you’ll see “e” and “f” instead. The “e” is the equivalent of a gold-ish coloured star, and “f” is an empty star. If you have no idea what I just explained… just delete the e’s and f’s and use HTML stars.