You have a post about making grascale filters. But how can I make the same with hover-trick? I mean, it's shown b&w but if hover it becomes colour. ourburningtime-deactivated20140

May 5, 2014 2 notes

You have to place the filter in the hover state instead.

div:hover {
// filter stuff

On my 2nd blog when i reblog something the comments come up with it, is there any possible way so people cant see them unless the click the picture? totally-rad-man

February 2, 2014

If you’re talking about the previous comment from the original poster, if you want remove it completely, you can just delete the comment before you submit the rev logged post. If you want to only show it on permalink page, you can use the {{more}} block and add before the comment so that they have to click to read more. You can find it while you editing the post and it looks like a dotted line or separator.

Hi Snipplx, I thought I was pretty savvy at Tumblr HTML because I how my blog looks but I've managed to make it so certain types of posts come up blank and I cannot find any resources online or any idea how to fix it. From what I can tell, it's only Text and Photos that show up when I post them but not Links, Quotes or the others (some I wouldn't care about because I never used them, but it's still be nice. Can I send you my code somehow and have you figure out where I went wrong? Thank you! aubreywingo

February 2, 2014

This should able to help : Tumblr Documentation

Where on the html do you put the code for showing the page number? Thanks marceline-the-spooky-queen

February 2, 2014

It should be anywhere in the body of the document. Anywhere that you want to place it, but make sure before the closing of the <body> tag.

Something like :

<span class="current_page">{PageNumber}</span>

Basically, it depends on where on the document that you want it to be show.

The code that makes the posts black and white, and then in full color again on hover, doesn't work for some posts. (I think it's mainly photo/gif sets.) Any way to fix it? rentboyy

February 2, 2014 2 notes

As mentioned, its not really work for every image, especially gif and photoset. Furthermore, its compatibility issue means that it can only work on Webkit based browser.

For now, there’re no direct solution. You can use plugin to do it for you, for example, Hoverizr and other on the wild.

My problem is with positioning; my theme seems to be unfixed; for example when I open my url via an iPhone or an iPad or minimize the browser window, the sidebars and the menu would scroll down the posts and a link saying "Scroll to Info & Navigation" would appear on top. I have tried everything on the Internet. I tried to change in the CCS box and in the HTML, from absolute to fixed, but still nothing changed. How can I make it always look the same? in term of positioning. thanks in advance :") bookache

December 12, 2013

I believe that’s because your theme was built responsively. So it will adapt to its browser size. Thus, you’re getting such layout.

If you don’t like it, you can try removing/altering the code by removing this line of code,

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

I don’t know if its gonna work, but I suppose that it should. You can try it to be sure.

Good luck.


May 5, 2013 1 note

Hello everyone.

Sorry for the lack of activity in here. We have been busy with our lives and there are just no time can be spent in here. We will get back to answering all of your questions as soon as possible, but not in this few weeks or so.

Again, apologise for the quietness and for those who have been asking questions in this few weeks.


Hi! How do I get rid of the space sitting between the bottom of my posts and the border? team-lush

April 4, 2013

There’s an extra div that purposely put there to give that spaces. Hiding it could work.

.tweek {
    display: none;