I've updated Ozone for DMS. It is however, NOT compatible with V2. So, if you're on V2, DO NOT UPDATE the theme. If you updated by accent, PM me your email and I'll email you the v2 files to get you back up and running. It came down to a few options here, and I think you'll find that I went with the best option.
1. Build a new theme, screwing all of you out of what you purchased. Bad mojo.
2. Bloat the theme with compatibility stuff, perhaps slowing it down, and adding unnecessary kruft for pure DMS users.
3. Update the theme, but won't work with V2. You get a brand new theme, for FREE!
Anyways, just some info for you so if you're seeing this and wondering about Ozone for DMS thank god you're reading this before hand.
I just started creating my Music Site with Ozone! It's gonna be fun.
1. Can You help me getting the Jumbo Headline Fonts responsive, exactly like in Citi Theme?
2. Unfortunately when shrinking or expanding browser window, the position of the headlines relative to backround moves. Could I pin that somehow? I put a big live on stage image of me as Background and don't want the headline text move over my head, when resizing.
I have uploaded breaker images for the citi theme, but I don't know how to position them. My images are all 1600x550. I would like to be able to top left align them....or at least somehow get the part of the image to show up that I would like. Instead, several of the images are actually showing only part of the bottom and then repeating the top of the image even though at 550px high they are more than enough to fill the 300px height of the space for the image.
I would like to add a link to my Linked In profile in the top right of my Ozone-based portfolio page.
In the Ozone advertisement, it mentions connecting to LinkedIn, but I don't see it in the list.
What's the best way to set this up?
For reference, here is my page:
I'm using 5 images all are jpegs with dimensions 1600 x 600 (as recommended). When Parallax is turned off all the images view correctly. But when Parallax is turned on the first image (intro) appears correctly but all subsequent images (about, portfolio, contact, and blog) are wrapping the image with a portion of the bottom of the image displaying at the top. It appears that adjusting the width of the web browser (i've tried Safari and Chrome) has a direct impact on the degree of wrapping. I've attached a screen grap of the problem.