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Continuum Refactor 2.0 (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Sun Aug 07, 2011 12:33 am

Continuum Refactor no longer for sale.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby ecrotty » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:14 pm

I'm intrigued, but, I can't find anything about Refactor? The only (quick search) I saw out on the web was back to this page...

Any links to this theme?

Anything+continuum sounds good on the surface!

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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby ecrotty » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:18 pm

ah.

Found it while reading other threads :

f anyone needs custom review types, please send me an e-mail at cmcculloh@gmail.com

There is a refactored version of the Continuum theme that allows for custom review types.

$40 for instructions & files
+ $25 for install and configuration (including 1 additional review type & taxonomies, + $25 for each additional review type)


.... I might have to get in on that.

(you might want to add it to a general FAQ / sticky so people know what it is.. just a suggestion... believe it or not - NOT in the typical snotty internet way i say it too :D)
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby ClubUgly » Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:43 pm

Prolly want to toss these in there... Also, can we fix the issue with activating plugins and the movies review section disappears within the admin section? Something else that I noticed is there is some very generic css selectors in the component css. For example, line 1765 has .black - I think all the bg_colors and etc should be prefixed maybe to eliminate a lot of plugin compatibility. After digging around, a lot of the best plugins I can't get to work properly is due to common css selectors over riding each other. Thanks.

1.7 Log of fixes
Fixed padding & border of smileys and emoticons in post content
Fixed padding & border issues for images in some sidebars
Loader.gif was missing from the js folder – added this back
Enabled and styled post pagination – now you can paginate individual posts in style!
Files modified:
style.css
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single.php
single-con_book_reviews.php
single-con_game_reviews.php
single-con_movie_reviews.php
single-con_music_reviews.php
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby ClubUgly » Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:11 pm

Only ‘Movie Reviews’ is not shown in the wp admin panel? (There are no problems with the other review types)
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The menu order is being duplicated due to a plugin you have activated. Open the Continuum file functions/post-types.php and edit line 37. Change the number of the menu position from 25 to 30.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby ClubUgly » Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:26 pm

Continuum theme options/reviews/general setting

Missing disable setting to turn off game reviews
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby ClubUgly » Fri Aug 19, 2011 7:39 pm

Ignore the game reviews post. I found it. side bar text is different from spelling text.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby Richard » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:40 pm

Can someone make this VERY simple for me. I want to add different review categories eg. "TV Reviews"

Who do i pay?
How Much?
Will it ruin any custom work i've done to my site?
Will you guys help install it or whatever it is you do with it?
How long will it take?

I am dumb.
I am sorry.

I need it simple pimple.

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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.6

Postby cmcculloh » Sat Aug 20, 2011 12:17 am

You pay Brian McCulloh

$40 gets you the code and instructions
+$10 extra we will FTP code to server you specify
+$25 extra for each custom review type you want us to create for you (instead of you following instructions to modify code yourself)

It shouldn't take longer than a day or two (and in some cases only a few hours, depends on how busy we are and how much you need done).

You are not dumb :)
No need to apologize, I should have posted this info sooner.

Thanks!
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby kingroom » Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:45 am

I sent you a payment thru paypal for the contimuum refactor.
Will i get a email with the link or the files sent in email.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby cmcculloh » Mon Aug 29, 2011 3:28 pm

I send the files in an e-mail. You should have an e-mail from me btw...
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby lilsalmon » Tue Sep 06, 2011 3:05 pm

Brian,

I just sent over an email for the refactoring package. Let me know.

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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby IndustrialThemes » Tue Sep 06, 2011 3:26 pm

what email address did you send as? also, did you send it to brianmcculloh@gmail.com or cmcculloh@gmail.com? want to make sure i got your email...
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby ClubUgly » Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:22 am

It would be really awesome to see a base of BuddyPress worked into this. I mean nothing extreme. Just something light to help us get started.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby lilsalmon » Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:56 am

Brian,

I just reforwarded it to both emails you listed. I had sent it to: c.mcculloh@gmail.com

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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby IndustrialThemes » Wed Sep 07, 2011 11:08 am

Thanks, got it. I'm sure he's just super busy at the moment and should be getting back with you soon...
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby cmcculloh » Wed Sep 07, 2011 1:18 pm

If you are interested in the refactor, please send me an e-mail at c.mcculloh@gmail.com
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby FastTimes » Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:01 pm

Hi, I am interested and will follow up with an email but would first like to ask if, once setup, it is possible and simple to setup subcategories. So I would have you set up 5 new review categories for me to which I could simply add my own subcategories for example.

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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby cmcculloh » Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:11 pm

Hrm... Do you have an example of what you want?
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby midwestbonsai » Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:31 am

So for another $40 I can have custom review types? And this is just for the instructions?
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby cmcculloh » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:37 am

$40 gets you a completely refactored version of Continuum, plus a child theme that allows you to (through code) define an unlimited number of custom review types. You also get instructions on how to implement.

For an extra $25 I will install and configure everything for you with one custom review type (which is all most people need).
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby midwestbonsai » Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:48 am

So even if I have already bought Continuum 1.7?
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby cmcculloh » Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:13 pm

Yeah, so, Outer Spice Web Company created the Continuum theme. I, not a member of said company, but with permission and co-operation from them, refactored the entire theme and created a child theme (25+ hours of work) so that it could allow for multiple review types since so many people wanted them. I'm now offering that refactored theme plus child theme at the low low price of $40. :)

Each time OSWC updates the normal continuum theme, I incorporate those changes into the refactor. If you have previously purchased the refactor, you get those updates for free!
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby midwestbonsai » Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:26 pm

AAhhhh that makes sense. Thank you for explaining. Now I need to try to get a refund ;). I will be in touch.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby cmcculloh » Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:30 pm

You have to purchase the Continuum theme from theme forest in order to purchase the refactor. You are really purchasing the license to use the continuum theme from theme forest, then when you purchase the refactor, you are purchasing the code changes that you use under the license.
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Re: Continuum Refactor + Continuum 1.7

Postby bigmac » Mon Sep 19, 2011 2:28 pm

Hello there i would like to purchase the continum theme + the refactored theme that allows me to add my own review categories :geek: could you tell me what the package includes ? is it a simple upload and run zip ? and who much is it in £££ is it??
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ShadowPraxis » Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:22 am

Hey there,

I just purchased Continuum today after eyeballing it (and these forums) for a while and before I purchased the refactor, I had a question about taxonomies.

The default reviews included in Continuum have three taxonomies each. Will purchasing the refactor allow me to create new review categories with more than three taxonomies each? By that same line, can I change the existing review categories to add extra taxonomies to the ones already in place?

Thanks in advance for your feedback on the subject!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Fri Oct 28, 2011 7:23 am

You can have as many or as few taxonomies as you want per review type.

If you modify the parent theme you can change the built in review types, but you will have to do this again each time you update (when new updates come out). There *might* be a way to do this from the child theme, but I haven't ever looked into it. If this part is important to you I can look into it.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ShadowPraxis » Fri Oct 28, 2011 2:45 pm

It would be nice if you felt like looking into it, as the less re-modding I'd have to end up doing, the better.

Also, what's the rough estimate of how much time it'll take, with the help of the refactor, to set up a whole new review type from scratch? Also, does it allow space to use our own icons for them, much like the headphone/game controller/etc ones for the existing review types?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Fri Oct 28, 2011 4:00 pm

OK, I'll look into it as soon as I get a chance.

I can do it in about 5~10 minutes, but I've done it a whole bunch of times. Shouldn't take more than an hour.

Yes (about the icons).
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby DC17 » Tue Nov 08, 2011 7:37 pm

What kind of time/effort investment is required for each new review type that I would create on my own? I'd only really be interested in getting this theme if I can get the refactor to work for me. I'd like to be able to create my own review types at my whim, rather than have to pay for each one.

I'm not a total idiot when it comes to PHP code, but I'm much better at editing than creating code...if you know what I mean. I'm mostly doing my website as a hobby to slowly learn this stuff over time.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ShadowPraxis » Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:22 pm

It's not really hard at all. I knocked out about 4 new types in less than an hour. It's mainly cutting and pasting code and changing a few values. The refactor is pretty well documented and explains how to do it easily. Well worth it, imo.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby DC17 » Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:02 am

Thanks! That's very good to know. I can deal with code, so long as someone tells me how. The fixing it later to make it look exactly how I want it part is where the learning comes in. But to make my site functional, I need to be able to have custom review types that work "out of the box".
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:42 am

I am not sure what I did wrong but my whole site is screwed up now...
When trying to access the admin panel I get this
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[', expecting T_STRING in /home/survival/public_html/wp-content/themes/continuum-child/functions.php on line 16

I think I know where I might have messed up.... I unzipped the content of the refractor to my continuum dir instead of just unzipping the folder...

I think I lost everything and I am not very happy about it... I can't even make any changes though because I can't get into my admin to even delete the theme and then reupload...
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:41 am

ok I was able to re install the them and I see everything is still there.

I changed all the lines the my new review type

I am still confused about the taxinomies and what they are for and what I need to add here.


$this->taxonomies = array();

My custom review type is Trip Reviews, for like hiking trip reviews. So what would I add as a taxinomy?

Also, once I so all of this how do I get it to work? What is the next step?
I activated the child theme and found out quickly that was the wrong thing to do as I get that error on line 16 again and have to delete the child them and redo everything... I looked under reviews in the continuum options thinking that I would have a new review there that I could activate but its not there.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:04 pm

Here is a sample of a completed child theme:
http://blog.chomperstomp.com/continuum-child.sample.zip


You can see this child theme working here:
http://blog.cmcculloh.com/
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:16 pm

Where do I find the custom review in my admin panel? Right now I only have Product Reviews activated which I am basically using for my Gear Reviews. I was hoping by purchasing this and modifying the php that I would then has a Trip Reviews section in the admin area as well...

Is this correct?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:22 pm

under Continuum Theme Options >Review>>General Settings

I have these options:


Enable Movie Reviews
Enable Music Reviews
Enable Video Game Reviews
Enable Book Reviews
Enable Product Reviews

Should Trip Reviews not be here?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:37 pm

You have to open "Appearance" > "Continuum Options" > "Reviews" > Expand "General Settings" and check the box next to your review type to make your review show up where you expect it with the others in the dashboard.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:01 pm

yeah that is exactly what I was just saying... It isn't there..
Is the Child Theme suppose to be somehow Activated?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:08 pm

Oh, yes, go to the themes page and activate the child theme. The continuum refactor theme should be in a folder named "continuum" in your themes directory and the child theme should be in a folder called "continuum-child" in your themes directory.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:10 pm

Is this what my current theme and child theme should look like in the theme admin area?

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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:12 pm

I tried that before... I get this error when I do that

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[', expecting T_STRING in /home/survival/public_html/wp-content/themes/continuum-child/functions.php on line 16

Which in turn locks me out of the entire site and I have to uninstall the child theme from ftp to get everything back working
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:19 pm

Ah, there is the key! You have to remove the braces [].

There shouldn't be braces around any of the names.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:21 pm

Sorry about that. I thought I explained it in the instructions, but I should have emphasized it more strongly.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:33 pm

np, ok I took out all the brackets...
It was then showing an error on line 17 so I compared it to the example child theme you showed me
then I decided to just replace it with yours to see if it would work...

It works as far as not getting an error goes but when I go to continuum options > reviews > general settings
I still only see

Enable Movie Reviews
Enable Music Reviews
Enable Video Game Reviews
Enable Book Reviews
Enable Product Reviews
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:29 pm

And... You enabled my sample child theme through the Dashboard > appearance > themes page?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:32 pm

yes I activated it... It says this under current themes

Current Theme

Continuum cmcculloh Blog by Outer Spice Web Company
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:36 pm

Also just to make sure...

I unzipped and put the continuum-refractor folder within the continuum theme folder...

Was that all I was suppose to do with it?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 3:43 pm

No, the contents of the continuum-refactor folder should go inside of the continuum folder (the refactor completely replaces continuum). That's almost definitely the issue.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 4:00 pm

ah... I reread that part over and over just to be sure

Here is what it says in the "instructions"

Whichever, you must unzip it to a "folder" inside of the themes directory named “continuum” or else edit the child theme’s stylesheet (line 8 ) to match wherever you put the parent theme.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Eliteoomph » Tue Nov 22, 2011 4:12 pm

Yup that was def the problem!
I think if it was worded something like extract the refactor files into the continuum folder it would have helped me a little more. Funny thing is I actually started to do it that way and then went back and read the instructions more carefully and then did it the other way lol oh well it is working now...

Sorry about wasting your time.

Have a nice day!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Nov 22, 2011 4:31 pm

No problem, sorry for wasting *your* time! THanks for the heads up, I'll look at re-wording it.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby kingroom » Sat Nov 26, 2011 1:14 pm

i lost my file for the refactor i brought it a while ago is it possible to get another file.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:33 am

Yes, send me an e-mail (c.mcculloh@gmail.com)
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby mrmad » Fri Dec 16, 2011 9:19 am

@cmcculloh sent you an email. Hope you can finde the time to reply. Thanks!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby coffeesocial » Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:25 am

I have managed to do as much as I can without asking for help... but now I'm definately stuck.

Don't take this personally, but the instructions are not very straight forward and slightly ambiguous.

This is what I have done so far and maybe you can let me know where I messed up... :_)

    FTP'd the two downloaded folders to my themes directory. Kept the child theme folder in the directory as per instructions and then moved the continuum-refactor folder within the original continuum folder.

    I used your example files with the review names changed to see it working with 'food' and 'excercise' reviews etc.

    This didn't work very well so changed the name of the continuum-refactor folder to just continuum and I moved it to the main themes directory. (I renamed the original continuum folder to 'continuumold' just incase I needed to change it all back)

    This let me see the review options but now the feed seems to be broken and the bottom panel where the footer widgets has been completely removed...

Have a look here and let me know if you can make out what happened: http://www.coffeesocial.co.uk
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby julievcweb » Fri Dec 30, 2011 9:38 pm

I'm trying to install the refactor for a client's site; the client already purchased and sent me the code and instructions.

I got the child theme set up, but after activating it, the navigation menus on the site do not look right. It looks like the background images are not rendering, perhaps, as well as the menus taking up multiple lines with the refactor activated.

I've taken it down for now, this is a live site, so I can't ;post a link unfortunately. There's a line in the instructions that I was wondering if I could get more info on:

"Also, switching to this theme will reset all of your menus, so make note of what your menu settings are so that you can put them back in place (it won’t destroy your menus, it will just disable them)."

Could this have anything to do with it? If not, are there any other suggestions? Are all the styles and JS the same in the refactor as in the "regular" Continuum? I've compared several files and they are coming up the same, so I can't track down the issue. All images are also in the folders I would expect.

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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby coffeesocial » Sat Dec 31, 2011 5:18 am

When I installed the Refactored version, the menus were still in the admin section. All I had to do was move the menus (in the admin) back to what main sections they should be in and that was it... they showed up perfectly on the front end.

I'm having a problem with the front end on Firefox where there are little vertical lines between the grey menu bar and dark grey panel where the spotlight is held.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Sat Dec 31, 2011 11:03 pm

Yes, that line in the instructions is probably the key. Go into your menus page and see what you settings are with them working. Then, enable the child theme. Then, go back to your menus page and put your settings back to what they were when they were working. Installing a new theme completely wipes out your menus, so you have to restore them after the theme is installed.

CoffeSocial:

Open Chrome, right click the little line, select "inspect element" and then look at the css on the right. Browse up and down the dom tree if you don't see any suspect CSS. I'm better there is a little line image that is still set too tall, or a wrapper div around a line image set too tall or something. Every time a client asks me to shorten the menu bar, this happens to me and I can never remember exactly which element it is that is causing it, but it's there somewhere.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby julievcweb » Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:32 am

Thanks for the reply about the menu settings. I was looking in the wrong location; as soon as I found the correct spot, I found the solution.

I have a new question, though, if you could help with a little more troubleshooting: my client can't get any reviews to publish in the new review type. We made a type called Restaurant.

I have the review type enabled in the Continuum Options - Reviews - General Settings area. He was able to create a review and get it all set up, and in the admin area it shows as Published, but if you visit the page there's just a 404 message: http://mispymag.com/Restaurant-review/t ... ports-bar/

if it's worth mentioning, I did notice that the review type's name is being cut off from links in the backend. For example, if I hover over various links in the admin for, say, the Music Reviews, I'd see a link like this:
http:....edit.php?post_type=con_music_reviews

But for Restaurant reviews, the name is always cut off, like so:
http:....edit.php?post_type=con_restaurant_revie

The "w" and "s" are missing. Is the review name too long? Does that have any effect? It is cut off in every post_type call in every link I see.

Do you have any quick thoughts on what I should check for troubleshooting? I'm wondering if there are other settings besides installing the custom theme that I didn't know to check. I was not the developer who initially installed Continuum for this site, so I'm not very familiar with it. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:25 pm

Visit the permalinks page and click "save", should resolve your issue.

Also, the names are auto-truncated after 20 chars because WP can't handle custom post type/taxonomy names over that length. Continuum (mostly transparently, except you noticed ;) ) automagically takes care of all of this for you.

Please let me know if you have any other issues. Good luck!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby julievcweb » Mon Jan 02, 2012 3:27 pm

Thanks for the info. I tried that, and now I am getting a new, Wordpress error message. Do you have any information about the following:

<b>Fatal error</b>: Cannot use object of type WP_Error as array in <b>/home/mispymag/public_html/wp-content/themes/continuum-refactor/continuum/inc/single-review.php</b> on line <b>149</b><br />

Here is the page: http://mispymag.com/Restaurant-review/t ... ports-bar/
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:14 pm

You probably forgot to specify one of your taxonomies as the "primary" taxonomy. At least one of your taxonomies need to have a third parameter specified as "true". ie:
$type = new ConTaxonomy($this->safe_name, 'Type', true);
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby fms » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:31 pm

Thanks for the great work you have done on adding the custom review types. I actually have no problems with them at all but I am not sure if it is something to do with the refactor theme itself. I have chosen layout C for the archive pages and now my ratings with the stars is all the way in the top right hand corner of the page. All plugins are disabled and I can't seem to work it out on my own. Not sure if this is a question for you or not because it seems to work in the continuum theme but not after I added the refactor theme. Thanks for any help you can give.

Here is a link to the page so you can see what is happening http://www.gameguideking.com/world_of_w ... -warcraft/
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:59 pm

Hrm... It looks like you may have made some customizations to the Continuum theme itself, which will not carry over to the Refactor. You will have to determine what they were and apply them to the refactor.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby fms » Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:40 pm

Thanks for the response. I seem to have found the problem. Inside the taxonomy.php file I found where it was calling the rating to appear outside of the div class "article-image".

"<?php con_show_rating($ratings[0], $ratings[1], $ratings[2]); // show the stars or hearts ?> " on line 585 seems to be in the wrong place.

I removed that line and added into line 548. So that it now looks like the following starting on line 547.

<div class="article-image">

<?php con_show_rating($ratings[0], $ratings[1], $ratings[2]); // show the stars or hearts ?>

<a class="darken" href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>">

Now I am not totally sure this is correct but it has fixed my problem and I figured I would pass the information on just in case it was an issue.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:00 pm

OK, great, thanks for the update!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby adrinmartin » Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:28 pm

Hi, I`ve purchased the continuum refactor yesterday and realise that a new version of continuum theme was realesed 1.9, must I change something in the refactor instalation? what`d be the best way to update the theme to 1.9 and install de refactor?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:48 pm

Thank you for your purchase. The refactor has it's own release cycle and several of the 1.9 changes are already included in the refactor. The rest of the 1.9 changes will be included automatically within the next few weeks and you will be notified through your wordpress dashboard when this occurs. it will be an automatic update.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby Beer30Media » Mon Jan 16, 2012 11:45 pm

So i read that custom review options would be in included in the theme at some point? Is this true?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby randomatt » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:56 pm

Do you have an ETA on build 2.0? I'm on the fence on getting the refactor and need to know by this weekend.

Thanks for an awesome theme!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby zattack » Thu Mar 01, 2012 8:43 am

is it now integrated with v 1.11?? cuz as a student I can't afford this at the moment :(
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby IndustrialThemes » Thu Mar 01, 2012 9:38 am

It is not part of 1.11, which is just a bug fix/maintenance update. We should have more details on 2.0 soon...
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cam.mcvey » Wed Mar 21, 2012 5:39 pm

The custom review types sounds nice, but given I could make custom post types (with/without the aid of plugins), is there anything in the refactor that means the $40 would be a good investment?

Also, any idea yet when 2.0 is going to be available — even a rough one?

Thanks for a great theme.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby IndustrialThemes » Wed Mar 21, 2012 8:47 pm

If you can make your own custom post types then I would skip the refactor. Not sure yet when 2.0 will be out. The developer who is working on it is swamped with other projects right now. We'll try to update this forum as often as possible on the matter.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby jtaylor3 » Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:30 pm

If I have already purchased the Continuum theme and I had planned on purchasing the Continuum Refactor, should I just go ahead and purchase the new Swagger theme?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby IndustrialThemes » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:41 pm

Swagger gives all the functionality of the refactor and a lot more, so if you are OK with the design of Swagger, I would say go for it, since the only reason to stay with Continuum is if you prefer its design over Swagger.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ClubUgly » Mon Apr 09, 2012 11:23 pm

Great (sigh)... Almost 1 year & $80 dollars later and my refactor is still not up cause you guys want another $25 to assist with that and yet you released a robust Swagger theme with unlimited review settings included all for $40? I mean at least you can do is get me up and running. I'm sorry for the small rant but this monopoly with the Continuum theme is not cool imo. Pretty much a slap in the face now.

I hope to see in the next refactor update an automatic process for reviews like the swagger theme as well some new cool features.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby IndustrialThemes » Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:13 am

Um, you do realize we do not work together in any way, right? I have absolutely nothing to do with the refactor and don't even have a copy of it. I haven't even seen the code. Yes our last names are the same, but that doesn't mean anything. Also, the person who made the refactor has absolutely nothing to do with Swagger, nor does he make a penny from it. Just wanted to clarify that...
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ClubUgly » Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:36 am

brianmcculloh wrote:Um, you do realize we do not work together in any way, right? I have absolutely nothing to do with the refactor and don't even have a copy of it. I haven't even seen the code. Yes our last names are the same, but that doesn't mean anything. Also, the person who made the refactor has absolutely nothing to do with Swagger, nor does he make a penny from it. Just wanted to clarify that...


I already understood that... But Continuum and Swagger are yours. What's stopping you from upgrading your c-theme to have automatic reviews?(long requested before refactor came along). It would be a moot point if I could actually get my refactor theme up and running with the reviews types I need. All I'm asking is that the refactor gets automatic reviews similar to swagger or that the dev of refactor can in the least get me up and running with my custom reviews. Again, I apologize.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby IndustrialThemes » Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:42 am

No worries. What's stopping me is that it would require lots and lots of hours of development work for me to do this, of which I currently don't have. Not talking like 5 - 10 hours, I'm talking maybe 30 - 40, and I can't justify taking that hit in development time ($3k - $4k in revenue for me, at the very minimum). I figure if there is anyone who really wants continuum (instead of swagger) and really wants unlimited custom post types, there at least is a solution out there, thanks to another developer, and that is the refactor. And spending $80 on something that robust is still better than any other deal out there (besides Swagger). I'm sorry you're having trouble with setting it up. I would try to answer your questions and help you out if I was the developer of that code.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ClubUgly » Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:53 am

brianmcculloh wrote:No worries. What's stopping me is that it would require lots and lots of hours of development work for me to do this, of which I currently don't have. Not talking like 5 - 10 hours, I'm talking maybe 30 - 40, and I can't justify taking that hit in development time ($3k - $4k in revenue for me, at the very minimum). I figure if there is anyone who really wants continuum (instead of swagger) and really wants unlimited custom post types, there at least is a solution out there, thanks to another developer, and that is the refactor. And spending $80 on something that robust is still better than any other deal out there (besides Swagger). I'm sorry you're having trouble with setting it up. I would try to answer your questions and help you out if I was the developer of that code.


Thanks. As the dev has not queued in here for a while, is there any knowledge on the long awaited update that a few has posted about above for the past few months? Also, you are saying that I have two separate licenses, one for continumm and one for refactor... Can I swap my continuum for swagger if an update for my refactor is not released in the next month?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby IndustrialThemes » Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:23 pm

I'll contact the developer and have him take a look at this post. Thanks!
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:43 pm

I'm looking into this now.

I'm hoping to at least have an update to the refactor (to bring it up to speed with the newest version of Continuum) released in the next week or so.

I had a change in work situation and lost most of my development time. I apologize for the delays this has caused.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ClubUgly » Mon Apr 16, 2012 9:45 pm

cmcculloh wrote:I'm looking into this now.

I'm hoping to at least have an update to the refactor (to bring it up to speed with the newest version of Continuum) released in the next week or so.

I had a change in work situation and lost most of my development time. I apologize for the delays this has caused.


Thanks for the reply... If I may, I would like to make a few suggestions for the next release.

    1. Allow custom review creation in the Admin area of the theme.

    2. Remove H3 & H4 tag cufon change (I've noticed a few plugins that this affected and it's really not necessary to have all the tags in post content swapped for cufon font).

    3. Replace basic colors in style.css such as .black to something not generic ie .cr-black (so it doesn't affect other plugins).

    4. Updates - 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, & 1.12 - I'm not for sure what 2.0 is about, but those too since Brian mentioned it ;-)
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:40 am

Thanks for the suggestion.

The refactor update will include all previous 1.X updates to Continuum.


No promises on timeframes (I was expecting a February release for Continuum 2, but, we see how that turned out), but I will post updates as I have them (Here, on my blog or twitter).
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby nickc25 » Fri Apr 27, 2012 5:13 am

There are 20 teams in the EPL and we have writers for each team. So I am wondering if your refractor could be used for what we want.

Basically we want each team to have their own post type so basically instead of "Movie Review" and all the others like Music and Games etc. We would want to have "Arsenal FC Articles", "Blackburn Rovers Articles", "Chelsea Articles" etc using all the premier league teams. We would probably need to have 1 spare post type for the relegated clubs, if you are not info football, then 3 clubs get relegated each season and 3 new clubs get promoted, so each season we would need to add 3 more teams which could just replace the existing ones and the 21st one we would have we would put all the relegated clubs into that post type, or just keep growing the list, whatever is easier.

We don't need Genre, Director, Actor and things like that - just categories and tags. Or maybe the director could be replaced by "player" we we do articles about individual players?

In turn would it then be possible to restrict access on a club by club basis? So basically only Arsenal writers can post in the arsenal section? If this is too hard, too costly or takes too long then we will leave it as it is nothing major, the writers are pretty sensible.

A big reason for wanting to do this is because I see each review type has their own sidebar and can have their own widgets to suit. Which is great because we could have specific team based widgets and adverts tailored to that team. I did start using something called "Ad Injection" which is a plugin that basically injects HTML into wordpress, it has a widget which you can have it so it only displays when certain categories, tags, authors etc are used. So I was going to use that to write some team based information but all the generic post widgets would still appear so it would be better if we used the custom post types in some way.

So basically what does your refractor do? Does it allow me to do all that and give instructions on how to duplicate it etc? I would only need to do 1 and instructions for 1 and I could duplicate the other 20 myself, I'm novice at PHP although I'm confident when following instructions etc.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby nickc25 » Fri Apr 27, 2012 5:14 am

I have also made several customisations to the continuum theme, will this replace all my customisations?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby sebaeli » Mon May 07, 2012 1:41 pm

Hi Brian,
I purchased your refactor theme, but I have some problems with activation.
1) I cant see where I can make my own categories.
2) I have to enable the child theme for everything work?
3) I can create a User in my wordpress platform for you to help me?

I'm sending some print screen of my FTP and my main page of wordpress:
Thanks for your help
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby ClubUgly » Thu May 10, 2012 4:41 pm

cmcculloh wrote:I'm looking into this now.

I'm hoping to at least have an update to the refactor (to bring it up to speed with the newest version of Continuum) released in the next week or so.

I had a change in work situation and lost most of my development time. I apologize for the delays this has caused.


Anything yet?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby sebaeli » Fri May 11, 2012 3:22 pm

Hello, ok ... I'll be waiting for this update.
You send e-mail?
Or in my control panel appeared a notification?
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Mon May 14, 2012 12:16 am

The update to Continuum 1.12 has been more involved than I anticipated. My projected release date at this point is May 24th. I apologize again for the delays.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Mon May 14, 2012 12:23 am

Also, just to give a little insight into why this is taking so long (because I know I would be really confused/irritated if I were in your shoes) I basically only have 2 hours every Thursday to work on this (as opposed to the ~12 hours a week I used to have). But, this week and last week I have been out of town on business, so, was unable to complete the upgrade. So, the projected release date of next Thursday is based on my plan to be able to complete the integration of Continuum 1.9 through 1.12 on that day. If not, then it will almost surely be the following Thursday.
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby sebaeli » Mon May 14, 2012 10:59 am

Waiting that day 24 come as soon as possible then. :D
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Fri May 25, 2012 2:53 pm

Continuum Refactor 12.0525 has been launched. You can download it the same way you downloaded the theme originally from here.

If you have any problems/questions, please post them here: http://blog.chomperstomp.com/questions/

You will not need to download a new version of the child theme or update it in any way. This is only for the parent theme (the one that goes in the continuum-refactor folder under wp-content/themes/, not the continuum-child folder).
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby sebaeli » Fri May 25, 2012 3:06 pm

Can you remember the password of this page? (yoyu can send it to my email: sebastian.eliceiri@gmail.com).
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Re: Continuum Refactor (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Fri May 25, 2012 3:19 pm

E-mailed it to you
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Re: Continuum Refactor 2.0 (Custom Review Types)

Postby cmcculloh » Thu May 31, 2012 11:54 pm

Refactor 2.0 has been released!

You no longer *need* the child theme. If you have modified the child theme for purposes other than defining new custom review types then I recommend you go ahead and keep the child theme; otherwise, just get rid of it.

One thing that is a little annoying is that if you currently use an old version of the refactor, you will have to re-define all of your custom themes in the admin menu (the child theme no longer works for this). If enough people request it, I can attempt to make a translator script that will read your custom review type settings from your child theme and spit out the required JSON string for the admin menu (please let me know if you want this. It's going to be a few hours work that I didn't want to do if people don't care/want/need it).
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Re: Continuum Refactor 2.0 (Custom Review Types)

Postby ClubUgly » Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:46 pm

When I try to create a review for testing I get the following error. Using latest refactor

I see this when trying to preview the review
Fatal error: Cannot use object of type WP_Error as array in wp-content/themes/continuum-refactor/inc/single-review.php on line 149
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