WordPress Themes by Sadish » MistyLook Version 3

Recently I found out that my Version 2 theme had a problem with the MistyLook options screen under the latest version of WordPress and I could no longer exclude pages from the navigation bar. Before I went about hacking his code to make it work I decided to see if Sadish had upgraded his theme. I was pleasantly surprised to find that Sadish had upgraded MistyLook to Version 3. Not only had he fixed this problem but he added several other nice features such as, drop shadows, custom block quotes. The drop shadows looked nice on the posts so I am going to leave them in. I did not like that the drop shadows were being applied everywhere so I turned them off for the sidebar. Although he added a custom image header feature, I overrode it in the header.php so I could use my existing image. At another site I overrode the code so that I could use my rotating random images code. Great job Sadish!

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3 thoughts on “WordPress Themes by Sadish » MistyLook Version 3”

  1. Hello, I’m new to CSS and trying to feel my way around Sadish’s theme. I too like the drop shadow feature, however I would like to be able to have some images within a post NOT have a drop shadow, while others may have one. Is this possible to do?

  2. If you want a few images without the drop shadow and are happy with the border, the easiest solution is to add a style="background:none;" to the HTML for the image. If you plan to do this routinely or have multiple properties you want to change, you may want to create a new CSS class(e.g. .noshadow). I would copy over the properties in the #sidebar img selector to start off with and then change them to your liking. Enjoy!

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