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“HELP! I can’t find your tumblr themes!

to all those who can’t find my themes…

I get these messages very often so let’s hope this post solves it once and for all… it’s not difficult to find them, I don’t think… but I don’t know why people can’t find them, maybe they’re not used to getting themes from graphic sites or my navigation menu is hard to find or… I dunno, my current menu is definitely much more straightforward than ones I’ve had in the past… so I don’t understand why it’s still so hard to find them!

Anyhow, let me break it down to its bare essentials:

1.  at the menu bar on the right, there is a label “graphics”, click it
2. it should then drop-down, and another label “tumblr themes”, click it
3. then, you should see a page that has a mini-view of this tumblr… SCROLL DOWN! And you should also see posts on 4. terms of use, an ask box, installation instructions and lastly…
5. tumblr themes!

Yes, they are at the bottom of the page, because you should read through this tumblelog, the terms of use, installation instructions and use the ask box should you have any questions, BEFORE you use my themes 😀 we cool? savvy?

PS. I know I have a whole bunch of comments/messages I haven’t replied to… I read them all! I just didn’t reply to them yet, so please wait! And thank you to all those who commented (in previous post) about the layout  <3

4 Comments »

  1. Comment by scatterflee — October 2, 2011 @ 10:26 am

    can I ask you something? 😀 you are a master of tumblr themes, definitely. I am trying to write mine too, actually everything is okay, except one, and that’s what i want to ask. Can you tell me, how to do sth like this: two columns with posts: first post, then second post at left, third below the first etc. I’m sure it’s super easy, i’m using float:left, but the content is aligned, addicted to height of element above. can you help me, Dear? i will be grateful <3

  2. Comment by Esme — October 4, 2011 @ 7:50 pm

    I love this layout, your site is cute 🙂

  3. Comment by .cheese — October 15, 2011 @ 3:04 pm

    Wow, that was actually a bit of a long index-y thingy, it just doesn’t really look very big with that font and spacing and everything. But nice job on your site so far!

  4. Comment by Christine — November 11, 2011 @ 9:56 pm

    Your layout is stunning! I think the elements of the header are all placed wonderfully.

    Something I noticed about it was that i can right click it and get it’s direct link. That usually isn’t all to good, because sometimes people can accidently roll over it and you get the blue cast (or in your site’s case, pink rollover), and theres a possibility of stealing. Something i’d suggest is creating a CSS class or ID for the header image, put the image as the background and work out the appropriate properties (no-repeat, positioning. ) Though I would understand though if you chose not to, but just wanted to throw it out there 🙂

    I’m sure they were probably having a difficult time because not many people outside of the “graphic/design” community know that some website owners like to list their themes and such under a graphic section xD

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