Anonymous

It's me again. Disregard my last question as I figured it out myself. There is something I can not figure out though. When you click on 'notes' and the selected post shows up on a separate page, the notes are listed below with a lot of white space. How can I change the space in-between the post and the listed notes? I'm having the same problem with the text I wrote using the 'any last words' option. Thanks a lot.

The spacing is equal to the default content width of the header, or menu, which is 216px in both cases. This may help you change it:

#page.permalinkpage #content .post {margin-bottom: 9px;}
#page.permalinkpage #content #notes {margin-top: 0;}
#footer div {margin-bottom: 9px;}

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Anonymous

Hello. Great theme! One question though, how do you disable the ability to click an image so it redirects to a separate page with a higher resolution? In the custom CSS box, I have all of my images set to be 400px wide. Thanks! (I'm using BS).

I was told to disregard this question.

jonyorkblog

Even though I am not presently using it, your BS theme is my all-time favorite theme for Tumblr. Also, I really enjoy this blog—you have impeccable curatorial taste.

Thanks! I must boast by sharing your praise.

What is an iPad Doing at a Chinese Art Museum? : The New Yorker

What surprised you most about the job?

The thing that struck me was the sheer scale of the factory. The area is so large that by the time I left, I had still only been to the tiny area around the building where I worked, my dorm, and the gate. The factory district functions as a complete community, with canteens, supermarkets, chain restaurants, gyms, swimming pools, security offices, and even community colleges. It feels like once you enter, there’s no need to leave. As for the workshop itself, the security is as strict as I had imagined, with a security check every time you enter or leave.

iPads are made by artists.

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This cube is a prototype for a “secret” project I am working on, which is one of several tools that I am designing for craft makers and experimental photographers. It was made with the help of BoxMaker and fits together perfectly. By the way, a flat black cube is surprisingly hard to shoot.I have had some of these ideas for years and usually just end up making crude versions for myself. I think that I will be more committed to actually making solid versions available for purchase by sharing a bit of the process here. That is the goal.Stay tuned.

This cube is a prototype for a “secret” project I am working on, which is one of several tools that I am designing for craft makers and experimental photographers. It was made with the help of BoxMaker and fits together perfectly. By the way, a flat black cube is surprisingly hard to shoot.

I have had some of these ideas for years and usually just end up making crude versions for myself. I think that I will be more committed to actually making solid versions available for purchase by sharing a bit of the process here. That is the goal.

Stay tuned.

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BoxMaker @ Rahulbotics : create box templates for the laser cutter

The edges are notched, so the faces of the box snaps together well. You can import the PDF file that BoxMaker creates into CorelDraw (or any other standard CAD program) and manipulate it further there. You probably want to rearrange the faces to fit on the material you have at hand.

This used to take me an embarrassingly long time, now instantaneous.

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stabwool:

Duchess, by Sfé Monster, made by Stabwool.
Will be for sale at my table in Staple! on March 2-3 in Austin, TX! So will a bunch of other things!!

Check out my friend’s awesome thing.

stabwool:

Duchess, by Sfé Monster, made by Stabwool.
Will be for sale at my table in Staple! on March 2-3 in Austin, TX! So will a bunch of other things!!

Check out my friend’s awesome thing.

stabwool:

Duchess, by Sfé Monster, made by Stabwool.
Will be for sale at my table in Staple! on March 2-3 in Austin, TX! So will a bunch of other things!!

Check out my friend’s awesome thing.

stabwool:

Duchess, by Sfé Monster, made by Stabwool.
Will be for sale at my table in Staple! on March 2-3 in Austin, TX! So will a bunch of other things!!

Check out my friend’s awesome thing.

stabwool:

Duchess, by Sfé Monster, made by Stabwool.
Will be for sale at my table in Staple! on March 2-3 in Austin, TX! So will a bunch of other things!!

Check out my friend’s awesome thing.

stabwool:

Duchess, by Sfé Monster, made by Stabwool.

Will be for sale at my table in Staple! on March 2-3 in Austin, TX! So will a bunch of other things!!

Check out my friend’s awesome thing.

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chrissessions

I ran out of room for that last question--so I know it might be somewhat vague. Let me know if you need additional information. Thanks again!

Well, I can’t sleep. And this is a good challenge. The best method besides editing the theme would be to break the “infinite” scrolling functionality on index pages using JavaScript. However, the idea I had doesn’t work. Sometimes breaking things is hard.

So here is a CSS hack, which is actually much easier and may also provide a practical benefit. We are simply going to hide all posts from index pages and then manually add a photo to the main page. (It will affect all index pages, but the page navigation won’t be shown because the Infinite scrolling option is checked.) The benefit is that the image won’t change every time you add a photo to one of the (tagged) sections.

Copy and paste this into your custom CSS, under Advanced in the Customize area:

body.indexpage:not(.tagpage) #content,
body.indexpage.tagpage #footer #anylastwords {display: none;}
body.indexpage #footer #anylastwords img {
  -webkit-box-shadow: 1px 2px 5px 1px #333;
  box-shadow: 1px 2px 5px 1px #333;
  margin-top: 9px;
  width: 720px;
  }

The photo is added via the Any last words option. Copy and paste this there:

<img src="photo.jpg" /><p>How Blank</p>

Naturally, replace photo.jpg with the one you want. Just secondary, or control, click on your photo and select Copy Image Address or the like. Again, the CSS hides all of the posts on index pages, hides the photo we are adding to the footer section on tag pages, and styles the photo we are adding to the footer section on index pages.

This should work well. I hope it helps.

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chrissessions

Hi Derek-working on a new photo blog using the bs theme. I'm really digging bs & all the convenient options you have offered. Thanks so much! The blog is private while I sort out the kinks. Using the 'pages' feature, I've been able to create several tagged categories. It looks beautiful & simple & I love it. Here's my ?: Is there a way to have 1 image for the site home page, rather than the entire feed of images, yet still have infinite scrolling for the tagged pictures in the categories?

You’re welcome! I’m glad you like the theme. This is definitely possible but involves more than a quick CSS hack. I’ll explain how to do it when I have the time.

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Hypertext Style: Cool URIs don't change.

When you change a URI on your server, you can never completely tell who will have links to the old URI. They might have made links from regular web pages. They might have bookmarked your page. They might have scrawled the URI in the margin of a letter to a friend.

When someone follows a link and it breaks, they generally lose confidence in the owner of the server. They also are frustrated - emotionally and practically from accomplishing their goal.

Enough people complain all the time about dangling links that I hope the damage is obvious. I hope it also obvious that the reputation damage is to the maintainer of the server whose document vanished.

That’s why you should care.

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