WordPress Theme – Green Love

Published On June 25, 2007
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Wordpress Theme - Green Love

Green Love is a 2-column and Widget-ready theme. In couple? Feel free to use it. If you found a bug, highly recommended to leave your message here.

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43 replies on “WordPress Theme – Green Love”

Hi Bob. Just dropping by to let you know I’m using your theme on my recent restart of my blog. I customized the header and changed some font sizes, but I left the footer as is because it’s your design. I just tweaked it. Anyway thanks for your work and I hope you don’t mind my little changes.

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I’ve been using a heavily modified version of this theme for one of my blogs for a while now. It works great.

I want to expand though, I’d like to add a left hand column(while keeping the main and right columns the same width) and adding a more interactive title graphics that expands to fit the width of the browser window…

kind of extreme modifications, I’m asking because I’m wondering if it’s worth hacking up the theme further or to just start freshwith one already built for a 3 column layout.

Hi Bob, love the theme to bits but I have one small problem. I’m trying to place an image in the header and make it click-able however whenever i put it in all lt content below is shifted left and the sidebar is placed under it. Is there a way to convert the header to contain a click-able image? Cheers 😀

Timo Reply

Hi Bob ,I have a problem that i hope you can solve. when i add the RSS feed widget to the sidebar and add the feedburner url to it and then give it a name as “Subscribe” when you click the image you get the feedburner feed . but when you click “Subscribe” it just refreshes the page since that Subscribe s url is only my blog name . where do i edit the Subscribe bit to make it to my feedburner link ?

LoneStranger Reply

I managed to fix my problem. It was simpler than I thought. I don’t know why it took me so long to troubleshoot it.

Find the #search style in the css file and change the width. Here is what the original settings are:

#search { float: right; height: 30px; width: 300px; margin-top:35px; }

It doesn’t quite show up correctly in both IE and Firefox, but here is what I have:

#search { float: right; width: 200px; }

I can’t for the life of me figure out why the built-in Search widget forces the right column to be below the left one in IE and overlap in Firefox. When I remove the widget, everything is fine.

martrex Reply

I was checking this theme, and i think is nice, but i dont like these header image.
I ask here, for your permission to change it.

Hey bob, thanks for replying. hoping to get a fix soon.

I just completed the new layout of my website based on your green-love theme. i changed it a bit. check it out.

I would like to know your opinion on my site.
couldnt get the bullets color correctly. any suggestions?

Brad Reply

Hi Bob. Just dropping by to let you know I’m using your theme on my recent restart of my blog. I customized the header and changed some font sizes, but I left the footer as is because it’s your design. I just tweaked it. Anyway thanks for your work and I hope you don’t mind my little changes.

Steve Reply

Bob,
Thanks for the reply. What I did was change the line:
.left img { border:4px #ccc solid; }to:
.left img { border:0px #ccc solid; }

🙂

Steve Reply

Bob,
Could you tell me how to remove the border around images? I tried .entry img {border:0;}like you told me in Big Blue but it didn’t work for Green Love. Thank you
Steve

Hey Bob!

Thank you for helping me figure out why this theme was not working with my wordpress. It’s solved now. Maybe one day, I will need your help in customizing. Till then, all the best and I hope you achieve your goal!

Hey there.

I like this layout. I tried uploading it onto two weblogs (one of them for testing purpose) but when I active it in the wordpress admin control panel, the whole blog doesn’t show up when accessed via a web browser.

Could it be that a code is causing problem somewhere?

I hope you could check it out.

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