Awesome. Looks great!u1amo01 wrote:I have put an empty user.css (just with comments) into the clean-blog directory and search looks fine.
You will no longer need that plugin after s9y 2.0.2 is released. This theme will also be included in that release (hopefully).u1amo01 wrote:Also installed the nl2br plugin, problem solved. Sorry for that.
Nothing wrong with your english!u1amo01 wrote:Maybe a question of my english language abilities. When clean-blog is configured the way I have it now (shows full entries instead of 70 signs --> see http://u1amo01.de/blog ), then I think it's difficult for a reader to find out, how he can write a comment. Hope it's understandable nowDon Chambers wrote: I don't see any value in providing a link directly to the comment form on an overview page for this theme. Why would anyone jump directly to the comment form without first reading the entry?
This theme can be configured in two different ways regarding overview pages. For clarification, by overview pages, I mean anything other than a single entry view. The options are:
1) show only the entry title and subtitle (or first 70 characters of an entry in lieu of a subtitle), or
2) also show the entry BODY.
This theme's original concept was to only show the first option above. Following input I received from other developers, I added the option to also show entry body on overview pages. I personally believe this theme looks best using the first option above.
Entries have two possible components: entry body, and entry extended body. It is my personal opinion that entries should always be written using both body and extended body. Body should be an introduction to your entry, and extended body is the "meat" of your entry.
I have temporarily configured the clean blog demo as you have configured your site - that is, to show the entry body in addition to the title and subtitle. Each of my sample entries uses both entry body, and extended body. When the theme is configured to show entry body, you will see a "read more" button that links to the full, single entry view which also includes comments (if any) and the comment form. This is how I feel entries should always work - show the visitor the entire entry, comments, then an opportunity for the visitor to add their own comment.
Having said all this, I will think about adding a comment link option.