Thème WordPress : Stardust splendide en rouge blanc et noir

Stardust_screenshot.pngCe thème est vraiment splendide avec des ombres subtiles sur les aplats sombres, un fond blanc très lisible et une colonne très très large pour le contenu.

Je suis tombé dessus chez The Analitics Factor (un employé de Google France spécialisé dans Google Analitics) et comme j’ai vu qu’il n’était pas traduit je me suis dit que c’était dommage qu’un blog aussi intéressant utilise une version de WordPress non francisée. Voilà, peut-être qu’il utilisera bientôt cette nouvelle traduction ?

En tout cas Tommaso Baldovino un designer italien, a vraiment fait du bon travail. Très peu de fichiers à traduire, c’est simple et efficace.

La page en anglais sur de ce thème se trouve ici et la démonstration se trouve ici et aussi sur le blog de l’auteur ce qui est un gage supplémentaire de qualité.
Téléchargement : stardust-v10-fr.zip [ téléchargements]

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Autres caractéristiques intéressantes :

  • Les commentaires s’affichent dans des bulles grises du plus bel effet.
  • Affichage des texte « complets » dans les archives. N’oubliez pas d’utiliser la balise more pour éviter le duplicate content.
  • Notez la petite guirlande tombant entre le contenu et la colonne latérale ainsi que le bouquet jaillissant dans le pied.
  • Le thème est livré avec une favicon. Libre à vous de la modifier ensuite.
  • Menu « automatique » à partir des pages crées.
  • Champ de recherche idéalement situé dans l’entête du blog.
  • Citation soulignées par d’immenses guillemets.
  • Images encadrées d’un petit liseré gris clair par défaut.
  • Espace parfait entre les images et le texte.

Je crois que ce thème ne vous décevra pas.


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Commentaires
  • Tom dit :

    Salut! Thanks for your translation, I’m very glad for it ;)

    Your italian is not so bad at all..

  • Cyril dit :

    Merci pour tes traductions.

  • Pierre dit :

    Bonjour,
    je suis en WordPress V 2.3.2
    J’ai téléchargé et testé plusieurs des vos thèmes français avec succés, et c’est vraiment super de traduire des thèmes de qualité, bravo et merci !
    Je suis juste coincé avec 3 thèmes : StardustV1.0, Fresh (Compact) et Dezinerfolio marine-fr… dans mon panneau admin/thèmes, c’est un point d’interrogation qui s’affiche en lieu et place des screenshot habituels… et lorsque je sélectionne un de ces 3 thèmes, mon blog apparaît nu (sans aucune mise en forme)…
    Ma question est : est-ce qu’il y a une procédure particulière pour installer ces thèmes, faut-il installer des plugins ? des widgets ? au secours !
    Merci, Pierre ;-)

  • Sébastien dit :

    Merci beaucoup pour votre travail et vos conseils !
    Je suis ravi de pouvoir trouver et choisir parmi un des thèmes en français de WordPress en suivant vos conseils si utiles !

    Cordialement Sébastien

  • Celogeek dit :

    Bonjour !

    J’adore ce thème, je l’utilise pour mon blog http://blog.celogeek.fr.

    La version 2.4 est sortie et support, améliore plein de truc (dont gravatar; wordpress 2.8 …).

    Pour le coup, j’ai proposé à l’autre de rendre son thème « Localizable ». J’ai donc modifier son thème en y ajout le système de traduction GetText de WordPress, j’ai créé le fichier pour la traduction francaise.
    J’ai externalisé les rss, css, searchbar dans des fichiers php separer(pour permettre de mettre du adsense par exemple).

    Rendez vous ici :

    http://blog.celogeek.fr/wordpress/themes-wordpress/theme-stardust-tommaso-baldovino/

    Si vous pouviez publier une mise à jour, dans votre blog, ca serait top.

    Merci :)

  • Hello, Stardust 2.5 is available on the official WordPress.org site, and it’s also localized in french :)

  • Rémy dit :

    I am using this template on my blog http://www.blogodomaines.com and I am very pleased with it. Good job Tommaso! It is also widely customizable and one can easily make some tweaks without being a technical expert.

    The only thing I am missing somehow is a drop down menu for the sub-pages right under the parent pages. Right now, the only way to make your sub pages visible is to integrate the menu « pages > sub-pages in the sidebar. But if you don’t want do do that, your sub-pages will never show up unless you type in the full URL.

    I think the best way to show the sub-pages would be a classical drop down menu under the main horizontal menu (div#menu1 > li.page_item.page-item-1/2/3/whatever)

    Otherwise one of my favorite wordpress themes so far, thanks again Tom!

  • enjoymyblog dit :

    Whilst using a car battery for recharging alkaline batteries is not something any sensible person would recommend, there are alternatives. You definitely shouldn’t use your standard recharger – these are not able to let you know when an alkaline battery is recharged which could lead to the overheating problem mentioned above – but devices are available designed specifically for recharging alkaline batteries. Some of these devices will charge Ni-Mh and Ni-Cds as well.
    In the strictest sense, what is happening to the alkaline batteries is a ‘recondition’ rather than a ‘recharge’, giving a potential 90% power top-up to batteries low on energy. However, there is the potential for getting 10 or more times as much out of the battery’s chemicals before it needs to be disposed of, it is both a money saver and more environmentally-friendly.
    Care still needs to be taken: all batteries are capable of developing unseen faults which could see them split whilst charging, potentially damaging the charger or its surroundings. Some chargers will let you know if a battery is dead, but it is a good idea to purchase a separate battery tester to check the condition of all batteries you intend to recharge. This is important for alkaline batteries, as the battery will live longer the more frequently you recharge it. And wise for all other batteries, as even the best quality can develop faults.
    If you have any doubts about the quality of the batteries you are using, it would be wisest to avoid placing reconditioned alkaline batteries in your most precious equipment.
    Myth Two: Battery ‘memory’ is a real problem with rechargeable batteries
    The concept of battery memory is not wrong, but it doesn’t apply to all rechargeables, and it’s a problem that is slowly becoming something from the past.

  • But first, what is ‘battery memory’? Anyone with a rechargeable device may have noticed that the battery life seems to get shorter as the battery gets older. You may have had your own theory about why that is, but when it comes to Ni-Cd rechargeables, the short answer is ‘crystal formation’.
    In Ni-Cd batteries, as the battery ages crystals form inside. As the crystals get bigger, it gets harder for the charge to move beyond them. Eventually whole areas of the battery become unreachable for both use and recharge. Failure to completely discharge the battery before recharging has been highlighted as one major cause of the problem.
    Thankfully the problem isn’t a killer: discharging the battery fully before starting a recharge usually sorts the problem. In fact, many recharging devices now do a full discharge. Manufacturers also continue to improve their batteries to get around the problem.
    Li-Ion and Ni-HM rechargeable batteries – the preferred power choice for devices such as cameras and mobile phones – work differently. These battery types do not suffer this problem and therefore do not need to be discharged before recharging.
    Li-ion batteries actually have a longer life when charged little and often. Letting them go dead before recharging can shorten their life span. When it comes to cameras, battery death mid-shot could result in lost work.
    Don’t confuse Li-Ion batteries with the Lithium batteries available in household sizes. Li-Ion batteries are the square blocks that come with your mobile phone and some cameras, whereas Lithium batteries are those long-life – but non-rechargeable – batteries sold for high-drain devices, like cameras.

  • gde83 dit :

    Myth three: Expensive is better
    Manufacturers of known brand names would certainly like you to believe that their ‘quality’ batteries are far superior to the generic or ‘own brand’ batteries on the market. And there’s nothing to say that you don’t get what you pay for.
    However, plenty of unbiased reviews can be found online to show that cheap batteries can give great service. 7dayshop’s own rechargeable Ni-MH batteries have consistently received great reviews and very favourable comparisons with the big known brands. The internet is your friend when it comes to shopping around for the truth about low-cost versus supposed high quality batteries.
    The biggest factor in getting the right choice for your device is knowing the differences between the various types and how they apply to your need. Lithium and Alkaline batteries both have good high voltage (1.5 and 1.75 respectively), whilst Ni-Cd and Ni-MH are lower (1.2), making them unsuitable for many devices that require four or more batteries.
    However, unlike Ni-MH batteries, which maintain a fairly steady charge until their expiry, Alkaline batteries lose their voltage steadily as their energy drains. If your device has a power monitor, your choice could be important.
    If you are after the greenest choice, you should be aware that Lithium batteries, whilst having an incredibly long life, cannot be recharged and are particularly toxic, as are the rechargeable Ni-Cds.
    Using something like a camera, which is a heavy-draining item? Ni-Cds discharge swiftly, making them a problem for devices which use up lots of energy. In fact, both Ni-MH and Ni-Cd self-discharge over a matter of months: vital knowledge when fitting little-used devices.
    There are many types of batteries, so before you pick up a generic pack from the supermarket, reassess your needs, your assumptions and your lifestyle. You could save yourself both time and money.

  • girtec dit :

    Cycling Clothing
    As a bike rider, you need to look smart. So, you should have snug-fitting, synthetic bike jersey, shorts, and socks. They will help you to keep off moisture from your body. You only need padded cycling gloves and shorts if you want to have a long-distance ride. The gloves will prevent numbness of your hands; if you fall of the bike, they will also help you to avoid the occurrence of hamburger hands.

  • Bicycle Helmet
    Whether you like it or not, you must have a helmet as a cyclist or a bike rider. The helmet should snugly fit on your head; it should also be smooth and rounded in shape without any projection which might snag on anything while using it. It is advisable that the helmet should not have a visor since it can shatter if you fall off the bike by accident, and this could pose danger for your face. Thus, a pair of bicycle sunglasses is preferable to safeguard your eyes against wind, dust, and the sun.

  • grece-antique dit :

    Bike Accessories
    - For a comfortable pedaling experience, you should fit the bike with clipless pedals and also make sure you always wear bike shoes.
    - A good rear-view mirror will save you from collision with vehicles and other cyclists when you are on the road. The mirror will help you to see the traffic behind you.
    - Add a paddle or a gel cover to the saddle to make the seat comfortable.
    - For a ride in the night, the bicycle light should be good.

  • issues cause dit :

    Ce thème est vraiment splendide avec nike requin des ombres subtiles sur les aplats sombres

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  • verre-et-bleu dit :

    Will small grocery stores and shops be replaced by the big brands like Wal-Mart, Mark & Spencer’s, Food World etc? The answer is both yes and no. It is certainly a fact that big super market chains are spreading their wings like never before and entering even small towns and the countryside and in many countries like India, big business houses from totally unrelated backgrounds and foreign companies are entering the high profit retailing business hoping to grab their share of the pie. As in any business, size does have significant advantages when it comes to competition and these large establishments are certainly giving anxious moments to the traditional shop keepers. Shoppers, especially the teens and youth who account for a good percent of business are the main segment drawn by theses modern outlets. Big super market chains naturally have huge off takes, they centralize their purchases and strike better bargains from vendors on account of their high volumes. In some countries like India they pass over a part of this advantage as price discounts to customers, a business strategy which is frowned upon as an unfair practice by small shop keepers who cannot bring down their bottom-line in this manner. Big super markets are also able to provide giveaways and exclusive price offers by leveraging their size and business volumes. In many cases small shops have either moved away or in worse scenarios simply closed down, unable to take on the might of these large players when they open up around the corner.

  • web2-tourisme dit :

    While the threat from super markets and chain stores is real and there have been instance of small shops being driven out of business after a super store opened in the neighbourhood, the fact is that small shops would continue to be around, the market is after all so much like the sea where the small fish coexist along with the sharks and the whales, they do get gobbled up occasionally but do not totally disappear from the scene. Small shop keepers should realize that if they cannot stand up to the financial might of the big players they could well fight back with their ingenuity and imagination.

  • yeuxrouges dit :

    Interestingly it is just not the shop keepers who are worried about the imminent threat the super markets are posing to them but also a good section of consumers who are upset about the phasing out of the friendly local shop they are so familiar with. They feel much more at home shopping their stuff from the friendly local grocer, having a chat with him rather than these large impersonal outlets which they feel are loud, garish and full of pomp besides depriving small shop owners of their livelihood.

  • geelycar dit :

    When it comes to cameras, http://www.geelycar.fr battery death mid-shot could result in lost work.

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