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iBlog Version 4.2.4 not right in Safari

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Rob    547
Rob

Hanson, I don't have an iPad, but iOS6 is brand new and we haven't had an opportunity to update accordingly. We have a new Framework version coming out tonight, but that too may not include iOS6 compatibility.

I will pass this on to our developers.


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Simon    247
Simon

iBlogpro4 is unlikely to be updated unless there is a security fix, which for a theme is very unlikely.

iBlogpro5 was he upgrade but requires PageLines Framework, you can see it in action here http://iblogpro5.pagelines.me/

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Simon    247
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The topic was marked as resolved.

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hansonexperience+    8
hansonexperience

I have iblogpro 4 so this issue is not resolved

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Rob    547
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Hanson,

Simon was trying to point out that iBlogPro4 is a stand alone, outdated theme we are no longer updating. It has been replaced with iBlog5, a child theme for PageLines Framework. We are not going to update iBlogPro4 for anything other than a security fix.

That's why this topic is resolved. We're suggesting you upgrade to Framework and use iBlog5. Since iBlogPro4 predates HTML5 and CSS3, as well as the code used for iOS6, an update would require a re-write which is simply not possible. That's why we have Framework. All the updates are done there.


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hansonexperience+    8
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How can i get iblogpro 5? Is it incorpated in framework? I do not want to pay again for iblogpro

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Hi there, the same thing happened with Whitehouse Pro as the new IOS couldn't handle the gradients used on the backgrounds, sounds like the same is happening here. You can use css to remove the gradient background to the post and make it a solid color. Take a look at the post below, it might help. 

 

http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/22398-mobile-view-whitehouse-pro/?hl=whitehouse+pro#entry138593

 

IBlogPro 5 is a child theme for the Framework, its only available as a separate product.


Kindly search the forum and read the documentation before posting. It will help you resolve many issues.

For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

James B

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