Numerous minor responsive design CSS tweaks to padding and margins. No structural changes. This will most likely be the last release candidate.
Chamfer is now in a release candidate phase. It has been running in testing, staging and production environments and has seen multiple minor bug fixes over the last month. None of these bug fixes were anything substancial (minor performance logic improvement and slight css tweak)
- CSS for pagers/tabs cleaned up based on Rubik style of presenting both
- Minor performance logic improvement by using 1 less hook to generate the same page
- Minor settings clean up
Fixed faulty assumption about debugging mode as well as roles on site (previously assumed rid 3 was able to see debug overlay which is not a reasonable assumption)
Returning logo to default provided by target system which should supply the default logo.
Some minor CSS clean up for titles and book pagination when in responsive layouts.
Cleaned up some more styling. Also added support for logo property and removed add child page link from the footer
- Improved responsive support, especially for mobile.
- Layout will respond in a more logical way when at the smallest size.
- Cleaner default text styles via refined reset styles.
- Improved support for color.module and template color styles added to.
- Also added a slight background pattern to the page and tweaked many page styles for readability / general in keeping with the design.
- Added a chamfer corner cut to the top corner of the image and site (yeah for CSS3 triangles!).
Tinynav.js has been completely abstracted from the theme and now is its own module. This update reflects that and as it was a blocker to beta (along with color module integration) this is now being marked beta.
- Added support for the color module
- ported over the templates from the original chamfer to the color module implementation
- fixed a few formatting issues for mobile
Initial release of Chamfer for 7.x, now using Omega as a base-theme.
- 960 grid / HTML5 based
- Improved accessibility of book navigation
- Enhanced support for paging through books in cell-phone / small tablet size
Scroll the browser to see all the layouts!
Accessibility, Coder audit and changes based on ELI usage
My bad, packaged the info file incorrectly so it would report the wrong values.
There is now a beta release of Chamfer. It has been in production usage in various forms for 2 years now. This version provides better Accessibility support and will also start to accept and treat bug requests. Beta1 does not exist as it was corrupted a long time ago (and just realized now, hence the lack of published updates on this project).
Added the ability to help contribute back future templates as well as pave the way for saved templates in the future
Files are better organized / Optimized
Additional flexibility in block styling (can now select between two different designs for left and right blocks)
Fixed some superfish rendering issues
Changes based on your feedback!
Fixes super-fish menu integration with primary links
Fixes admin menu color issues
Little better selectors
This is the initial commit of the Chamfer theme. It is in production use on 5+ sites right now but is still in a sub-full release state. If you notice issues with this theme (especially in the settings area) please post issues to the issue queue. This is going to be one of the flag ship themes of the e-Learning Institute @ Penn State and this should give you an idea of how powerful and flexible this theme is.
Please post browser compatibility issues as well though none are known at the moment.