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Montezuma is a responsive, customizable and search engine optimized HTML5 / CSS3 theme. Choose between responsive, flexible and static layouts. Edit or create new page templates online, without FTP uploads. Add custom widget areas everywhere. Colorbox slideshow for standard WP galleries, auto post thumbs, advanced excerpts, Google fonts, transparent color picker, import/export settings and more. This is the second theme from the author of the popular "Atahualpa" theme. Active community at forum.bytesforall.com. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Montezuma is a responsive, customizable and search engine optimized HTML5 / CSS3 theme. Choose between responsive, flexible and static layouts. Edit or create new page templates online, without FTP uploads. Add custom widget areas everywhere. Colorbox slideshow for standard WP galleries, auto post thumbs, advanced excerpts, Google fonts, transparent color picker, import/export settings and more. This is the second theme from the author of the popular "Atahualpa" theme. Active community at forum.bytesforall.com.
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#-#-#-#-# montezuma.pot (Montezuma 1.2.8) #-#-#-#-# Theme Name of the plugin/theme

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<h3>100 menu icons included to get you started</h3> <p>The icons on the right are all combined into one image <code>images/menu-icons-0090d3.png</code>. The "0090d3" stands for the color of the 2nd icon versions. The images contains 100 icons in gray (#666666) and blue (#0090d3). The reason both color versions are in the same file is to avoid any delay while "replacing" the background image on mouse hover. Scroll down for info about creating your own icon "Sprite Image" (Container image that contains many smaller images) in Photoshop. </p> <h4>Using the included icons</h4> <p>Below you see a list of the 100 included icons. Copy &amp; paste the number of the icon into the CSS code below, (1) as the <strong>second number</strong> (2) for the menu item you want to use it for (3) into the textarea of the appropriate menu, like this:<br> <code>#menu1 .page-<span style="color:red">sample-page</span> > a > i { background-position: 0px <span style="color:red">-1464px</span>; }</code> <div style="margin: 20px 0;" class="menuicon-container">%1$s</div> %2$s <h4>About "Sprite Images"</h4> <p>The reason all different icons are in one file is to save HTTP requests. Of course the selection of 100 images is arbitrary and will not fit your needs. The file is 45 kByte which is not terribly big but also not ideal especially if you use only 2 or 3 of the icons. But these included icons are mainly for demonstration purposes and to get you started. And if you find some of the icons useful you could in fact use them for production.</p> <h3>Creating your own "CSS Sprite" image for icons in Photoshop</h3> <p>The included selection will probably not cover all your icon needs so you will probably end up creating your own icon image at some point. The included set was created with Photoshop and Photoshop "Custom Shapes" that you can get for free or buy for about $10-$50 on the web. </p> <ul> <img style="float:right;margin: 0 0 5px 15px" src="%3$s/admin/images/ps-customshapetool.png" /> <li>Search for "Photoshop Custom Shapes" in "csh" format and buy/download them. Facebook or other social icons are rare because legally you aren't allowed to alter the original versions although "everyone is doing it". But beyond that there is a huge range of nice icons at reasonable prices. </li><li> After you downloaded you probably have to extract a ZIP file. After that you should have 1 or several .csh files. Place them in the Photoshop Custom Shapes folder on your computer, e.g. "Programs > Adobe > Adobe Photoshop CS 5 (64bit) > Presets > Custom Shapes". After you placed the .csh file(s) in Photoshop's Custom Shapes folder, restart Photoshop. </li><li> In Photoshop turn on "View > Show > Grid", "View > Snap" and "View > Snap To > Grid". Change the grid size at "Edit > Preferences > Guides, Grids & Slices" to e.g. 12 pixels. That will let you snap icons to a size of 12x12px and 24x24px. Or set the grid size to 6 pixels for possible icon sizes of 12x12, 18x18, 24x24 etc... </li><li>Open a new file with File > New, with transparent background and these sizes: Width: 2 x the width of the planned icon size, e.g. 48pixels (or 24px if you don't plan to make 2 color versions of each icon). Height: A multiple of planned icon size, e.g. 480 pixels tall to have room for 20 icons at 24x24 pixels each. You can always crop the image later to something less tall. </li><li> <img style="float:right;margin: 0 0 5px 15px" src="%4$s/admin/images/ps-customshapetool-2.png" /> Click the "Custom Shape" button on the left, it should be the 18th or so from top of the little tools icons on the left. It is probably hidden under the "Rectangle" or "Line" tool. Then click the little arrow as shown in the screenshot on the right, to open the drop dwon with all available custom shapes. Click on one of the shapes, then click into approximately the top left corner of one of your 12x12px grid boxes on your canvas, hold and drag the mouse pointer to approximately the bottom right corner of the 12x12px grid box. Release the mouse button. </li><li> Place all icons on the canves, arrange them below each other and leave room on the right for a second color version if you plan to have two colors. Placing them below each other, with the 2nd color version to the right of each icon, also lets you do some programmatical things with PHP or JS later because you know the position of the next image is "+24 pixels down", and the X-position (first value in <code>background-position: Xpx Ypx</code>) is -24px. </li><li> You can do all this manually, e.g. create one, then the same again with another color etc... Or, more advanced, place one version of all icons first, then select all layers with "Shift+click" or "Ctrl+click", right click and "group" them, "duplicate" the group, press the "v" key (or click the "Move Tool" icon, on the top left), then click on one of the icons and by pressing the cursor keys the whole copied group should move. "merge" the group and now you can change the color of all copied icons at once. Another way to do this would be with an "Adjustment Layer" but I found the "Merge" technique to be easier for changing just the fill color. It might be different if you want to have effects like inner shadow on the 2nd group of icons. </li></ul> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<h3>100 menu icons included to get you started</h3> <p>The icons on the right are all combined into one image <code>images/menu-icons-0090d3.png</code>. The "0090d3" stands for the color of the 2nd icon versions. The images contains 100 icons in gray (#666666) and blue (#0090d3). The reason both color versions are in the same file is to avoid any delay while "replacing" the background image on mouse hover. Scroll down for info about creating your own icon "Sprite Image" (Container image that contains many smaller images) in Photoshop. </p> <h4>Using the included icons</h4> <p>Below you see a list of the 100 included icons. Copy &amp; paste the number of the icon into the CSS code below, (1) as the <strong>second number</strong> (2) for the menu item you want to use it for (3) into the textarea of the appropriate menu, like this:<br> <code>#menu1 .page-<span style="color:red">sample-page</span> > a > i { background-position: 0px <span style="color:red">-1464px</span>; }</code> <div style="margin: 20px 0;" class="menuicon-container">%1$s</div> %2$s <h4>About "Sprite Images"</h4> <p>The reason all different icons are in one file is to save HTTP requests. Of course the selection of 100 images is arbitrary and will not fit your needs. The file is 45 kByte which is not terribly big but also not ideal especially if you use only 2 or 3 of the icons. But these included icons are mainly for demonstration purposes and to get you started. And if you find some of the icons useful you could in fact use them for production.</p> <h3>Creating your own "CSS Sprite" image for icons in Photoshop</h3> <p>The included selection will probably not cover all your icon needs so you will probably end up creating your own icon image at some point. The included set was created with Photoshop and Photoshop "Custom Shapes" that you can get for free or buy for about $10-$50 on the web. </p> <ul> <img style="float:right;margin: 0 0 5px 15px" src="%3$s/admin/images/ps-customshapetool.png" /> <li>Search for "Photoshop Custom Shapes" in "csh" format and buy/download them. Facebook or other social icons are rare because legally you aren't allowed to alter the original versions although "everyone is doing it". But beyond that there is a huge range of nice icons at reasonable prices. </li><li> After you downloaded you probably have to extract a ZIP file. After that you should have 1 or several .csh files. Place them in the Photoshop Custom Shapes folder on your computer, e.g. "Programs > Adobe > Adobe Photoshop CS 5 (64bit) > Presets > Custom Shapes". After you placed the .csh file(s) in Photoshop's Custom Shapes folder, restart Photoshop. </li><li> In Photoshop turn on "View > Show > Grid", "View > Snap" and "View > Snap To > Grid". Change the grid size at "Edit > Preferences > Guides, Grids & Slices" to e.g. 12 pixels. That will let you snap icons to a size of 12x12px and 24x24px. Or set the grid size to 6 pixels for possible icon sizes of 12x12, 18x18, 24x24 etc... </li><li>Open a new file with File > New, with transparent background and these sizes: Width: 2 x the width of the planned icon size, e.g. 48pixels (or 24px if you don't plan to make 2 color versions of each icon). Height: A multiple of planned icon size, e.g. 480 pixels tall to have room for 20 icons at 24x24 pixels each. You can always crop the image later to something less tall. </li><li> <img style="float:right;margin: 0 0 5px 15px" src="%4$s/admin/images/ps-customshapetool-2.png" /> Click the "Custom Shape" button on the left, it should be the 18th or so from top of the little tools icons on the left. It is probably hidden under the "Rectangle" or "Line" tool. Then click the little arrow as shown in the screenshot on the right, to open the drop dwon with all available custom shapes. Click on one of the shapes, then click into approximately the top left corner of one of your 12x12px grid boxes on your canvas, hold and drag the mouse pointer to approximately the bottom right corner of the 12x12px grid box. Release the mouse button. </li><li> Place all icons on the canves, arrange them below each other and leave room on the right for a second color version if you plan to have two colors. Placing them below each other, with the 2nd color version to the right of each icon, also lets you do some programmatical things with PHP or JS later because you know the position of the next image is "+24 pixels down", and the X-position (first value in <code>background-position: Xpx Ypx</code>) is -24px. </li><li> You can do all this manually, e.g. create one, then the same again with another color etc... Or, more advanced, place one version of all icons first, then select all layers with "Shift+click" or "Ctrl+click", right click and "group" them, "duplicate" the group, press the "v" key (or click the "Move Tool" icon, on the top left), then click on one of the icons and by pressing the cursor keys the whole copied group should move. "merge" the group and now you can change the color of all copied icons at once. Another way to do this would be with an "Adjustment Layer" but I found the "Merge" technique to be easier for changing just the fill color. It might be different if you want to have effects like inner shadow on the 2nd group of icons. </li></ul>

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Powered by WordPress, state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform. Сайт працуе на WordPress, сучаснай персанальнай платформе для публікацыяў. Details
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Comments <abbr title="Really Simple Syndication">RSS</abbr> <abbr title="Really Simple Syndication">RSS</abbr> каментароў Details
Comments <abbr title="Really Simple Syndication">RSS</abbr>

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The latest comments to all posts in RSS Найновыя каментары да ўсіх запісаў праз RSS Details
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Entries <abbr title="Really Simple Syndication">RSS</abbr> <abbr title="Really Simple Syndication">RSS</abbr> запісаў Details
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Syndicate this site using RSS 2.0 Аб'яднаць запісы з дапамогай RSS 2.0 Details
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Nothing Found Нічога не знойдзена Details
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Singular: One comment on &ldquo;%2$s&rdquo;
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