Thème WordPress Meadowland


Un petit thème léger et clair. La bande de gazon qui orne l’entête qui lui donne une petite originalité.

Page du thème : chez WpCosmos

Démonstration : la VO et la VF

Téléchargement : [ téléchargements]

Et voilà donc une petite traduction du dimanche soir. Si mes comptes sont justes, c’est le 93° thème que j’ai traduit en français.

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  • Arnaud dit :


    Merci pour ce thème.

    J’ai juste un souci : je ne parviens pas à trouver, dans le fichier style.css, la ligne qui définit les images de fond.

    On peut les changer en remplaçant les existantes dans le dossier /images, mais la feuille de style ne les mentionne pas.

    Comment faire si par exemple on veut supprimer l’image de fond pour simplement afficher une couleur ?



  • Jérôme dit :

    J’ai adopté ce thème pour mon blog disponible à cette adresse, que j’ai customisé. Je voudrais changer la couleur de fond du menu en haut (onglets gris : « accueil », A propos »). Comment puis-je faire ?

  • magik-moto dit :

    In-The-Field Useability It is important to provide tactical equipment that not only looks good on paper but also works well in real life. Always adequately field test these products first before purchasing. Get feedback and see if alterations can be made if necessary.
    Also, make sure to test these law enforcement equipment on a varied subjects – men and women of different sizes and heights.

  • Gear Durability Durability is a major concern when it comes to this type of equipment especially since these gear do not come cheap. Equipment like the often used LED flashlights need to be able to survive a lot of drops and knocks.
    Fabric based equipment like vests, backpacks and holsters need to be able to withstand scrapes without tearing apart.

  • It is difficult to test the durability of a product so most law enforcement agencies have little choice but to believe the claim of the manufacturer. Which is why you should always purchase from a reputable manufacturer who offers a lifetime warranty for its products.

  • typosphere dit :

    If you are looking for a walking aid that has an extremely comfortable grip, anatomically correct canes are a great choice.
    Many physical therapists and other health care providers recommend anatomically correct canes, or orthopedic canes, to patients who suffer from arthritis or carpel tunnel syndrome.
    There are many resources for anatomically correct canes, both in the United States and overseas. Generally hand carved from wood or made from metal, they are a popular item in today’s aging world and are offered by almost all cane providers.
    When you order anatomically correct canes, most stores and websites will prompt you to choose either the left or right hand, as each has its own specific grip. Unless your physical therapist has told you otherwise, you should use a cane on the side opposite of your weak or injured leg. So if you are having trouble with your right foot, choose a left-handed cane, even if your predominant hand isn’t left.

  • upads dit :

    Fortunately for those who are interested in aesthetic appeal of their canes, anatomically correct canes are of the most attractive. The designs and complex artwork involved in the craft is quite often breathtaking!
    Always keep in mind when searching for anatomically correct canes, or any other walking aid, that strength and durability are the main concern. If the cane and handle fits perfectly, is comfortable, and the whole cane itself is sturdy, then you can expect a lifetime of support and confidence in your stride.
    The advantages to anatomically correct canes go beyond comfort and fashion, as most of them direct the weight of the user over the palm. Having your weight rest directly over the shaft of the cane gives you better support. And remember that is the main reason for anatomically correct canes and other walking aids!

  • Buying antiques and fine art is a very enjoyable experience but can have its pitfalls for both professional dealers and amateurs alike.
    In this short guide, I hope to be able to give an insight in how many dealers operate in the international market. This is by no means a definitive working practice in every case, and the views presented here are simply personal ones based upon 20 years of experience. Nevertheless, I believe that they have some merit and have served me well over the years.
    Firstly, a professional dealer is no different from a private collector or individual when it comes to making a purchase. What many people forget is that dealers are also owners of their stock. They put their money where their mouths are in the hope that they can turn a profit. Sometimes the market is such that they cannot sell an item for many years, or if they do will have to take a loss on their original investment. It happens to every dealer at some stage, but that is the learning curve they, and everyone else for that matter, is on. We are all just fallible after all. This brings us nicely to a set of informal buying stages that I operate by on a typical transaction. So here is the first.