Well it's about to come out the older version WordPress 3.2 and it will have important news and, what is more important at the moment, new requirements .
WordPress 3.2 brings Server-level requirements, and browser usage recommendations based on the Browse Happy initiative notes:
As many of us who use Buddypress know, when installing the Plugin " bp-picture album " on our site the album icon does not appear in the profile, then Experiencing a bit I discovered the solution:
The first thing we have to do is open the CSS of the album plugin that is in:
wp-content / plugins / bppicture-album / bp-album / css / album.css and copy the code from line 16 to 15 that would be like the following:
And then we open the member's topic that is in: wp-content / wp-content / bp-themes / bpmember / css / base.css
and we paste in line 220 the code that we copy, it should be just above the code:
I show you the final result of my page profile: http://raygio.com / members / admin
That's it, we save the changes and the icon appears in the profiles, this will make the icon look in Internet Explorer, Fir efox, and Google Chrome at the moment I have not tested it in other browsers such as: SAFARI, OPERA, FLOCK or any other, so if you use any of these browsers comment or say if it works correctly.
One of the hardships of any web developer is to obtain consistency in the presentation of content independently of the browser . One of these inconsistencies is the way in which each browser manages the transparencies of images and objects .
Well, if you want to apply transparency to an element, regardless of the browser, you can get it by adding CSS lines to it:
filter : alpha ( opacity = 50 ) ; ] / * internet explorer * /
-khtml-opacity : 0.5 ; / * khtml, previous version of safari * /
-moz-opacity : 0.5 ; / * firefox, mozilla, netscape * /
opacity : 0.5 ; / * safari, chrome, opera * /
-ms-filter : "progid: DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha (Opacity = 50)" ; / * internet explorer 8 – thank you Andres * /
Of course, you must remember to modify the "
ele ment "by which you are going to adapt, and also know that you can play with the different levels of opacity until you find the one that fits the aspect you want to achieve.
The people of Automattic responsible for the development of WordPress never ceases to amaze me. Today, taking a look at the main website I found a curious link at the bottom of the page that invites you to Browse Happy .
Look, well, I do not know what recommended the WordPress team, I have not used Internet Explorer for years and I chose to use Safari (on Mac) and Firefox (Mac and PC).