Yikes! I thought I had everything working fine, but just discovered that there was a glitch in my conditional avatar tag added to ThemeMeme Aperio Prototype to take advantage of WordPress 2.5. If you weren’t using WordPress 2.5, you’d notice that comments look very broken.

This should fix it. Sorry for the back-to-back updates.

I’ve also removed the gravatar code from the comment form. It was displaying the gravatar of the last, not the current, commenter.

Grab the latest version here.

Published by Charlie Livingston

I'm Charlie, I run aThemes as well as a couple of other web properties. I'm currently living in SE Asia but originally from the UK.

12 Comments

  1. Hello
    Trackback and ping don’t work or exist? in this theme?

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  2. Reyd, as far as I know they should be working fine. There is a trackback link in the metadata for each post and the code is in comments.php.

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  3. Wonderful theme! One small problem: I use the jLanguage plugin to make multi-language posts, it works perfectly except on the “browse” section, where instead on displaying one language only, bothe of them, including the tags, are displayed….

    Yoo can se this at: http://www.larseberhart.com/test/?p=51

    Any idea on how to solve that problem?

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  4. Lars, I’m not familiar with the jLanguage plugin. Unfortunately, I don’t have time to support plugins that aren’t included in my themes. There are simply too many of them. Try contacting the plugin author.

    Alternatively, you can disable the previous and next post excerpts by editing single.php. Find this:

    echo '

    ';

    and change it to this:

    echo '';

    Do the same for next_post_excerpt();.

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  5. Was hoping you already heard of this problem. Editing the “Browse” section out of the single.php was my first thought. But it´s a very nice feature, so I want to keep it. I didn’t have that much time to make JLanguage work (had to earn money *g*), but I already was having problems in figuring out WHY jLanguage is not putting out a single language in that part of the single.php.
    Instead of recoding Aperio or/and JLanguage, a much simpler solution seems to be dropping JLanguage and using Polyglot, another multi-language plugin. I just had time so set up a local copy of the site, but it seems Polyglot works perfectly with Aperio. Polyglot uses different tags, but that can be solved in minutes. I´ll do some more testing before deciding on the plugin change. What I also need to do is rewrite some portions of Apertio to make it completely multi-language capable. Project for some rainy weekend.

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  6. Glad you found a solution. If you rewrite it to be multi-language capable, please let us know. When I find some time, I’ll try to have a look at these multi-language plugins.

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  7. Robert,

    First of all I think your themes are great.

    I’ve tried with your other theme, Vero, and trackbacks work fine but when I switch back to Aperio, only comments appear.
    I’ve tried looking in the comments.php file but didn’t really know where to look!
    so…
    Thanks for your help

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  8. Didn´t have to rewrite anything at all, just create language files (.po and .mo) for the theme and that did the miracle. :-)

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  9. @Reyd: I think you may be right. There may be a glitch in the comments.php file. Unfortunately, I’m probably not going to have time to look at this for at least a couple of days. I’ll post an update as soon as I can, hopefully no later than early next week.

    Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

    @Lars: Sounds easy. I’ll have to look into this.

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  10. I had a weird idea about turning all those boxes into TVs…but it wouldn’t fit the image for my site.

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  11. 95% of the work done. Take a look at http://www.larseberhart.com/?p=51&lang_view=en Below the title you can switch languages clicking on the small flag.

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  12. That’s very cool, Lars. Nice job.

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