24 Feb 2013 @ 9:45 PM 

There is a bug if you enable Comment or Blog Subscription feature in Jetpack plugin.

The checkbox and the label display incorrectly with some themes.

I have tried changing the source and finally get it fixed.

Jetpack-Subscription-Style-Bug

Here is how I solved the problem:

  • In Admin menu, click on Plugins -> Editor.
  • At the top right corner, in the select “Jetpack by WordPress.com” and click button Select.
  • From the Plugin Files list, click the jetpack/modules/subscriptions.php file to edit.
  • Press Ctrl+F to look for line “// Subscribe to comments checkbox“.
  • In the label style, add in style=”display: inline; float: none;”
  • i.e. look similar to this :
  • $str .= ‘<label id=”subscribe-label” for=”subscribe_comments” style=”display: inline; float: none;”>’ . __( ‘Notify me of follow-up comments by email.’, ‘jetpack’ ) . ‘</label>’;
  • Add in a space (or any character) between the single quote and Notify.
  • i.e. look similar to this :
  • __( ‘ Notify me of follow-up comments by email.’, ‘jetpack’ )
  • Repeat the steps for “subscribe_blog
  • Click button Update File.
  • Refresh your page and see the checkboxes are now aligned correctly left of the corresponding labels.

The block of code would look similar to this:Jetpack-Subscription-Style-Editor

 

Tadaa…

Jetpack-Subscription-Style-Fixed

Posted By: Aeric
Last Edit: 14 May 2013 @ 01:03 AM

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 19 Oct 2009 @ 1:34 AM 

I am using Ubuntu 9.04 (codenamed Jaunty Jackalope) now. I consider myself a beginner user. Using Ubuntu (one of the Linux distro) is not as difficult as many people think. Help is just at your fingertip. Free softwares are just too easy to get and install. How to determine what is your display card or whether Ubuntu found your video card?

I found the answer here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedDrivers

Should I install a restricted video driver?

The answer to this question is dependent on what video card you have, what you want to do with it, and (perhaps most importantly) personal choice. To determine exactly which video card you have, open a Terminal and enter this command:

lspci | grep VGA

That will return something similar to:

00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS, 943/940GM
L Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)

How to know your hardware like Windows Device Manager?

As I know by default, Ubuntu 9.04 doesn’t install with Device Manager. You need to install it by yourself. Open Synaptic Package Manager and type ‘device manager’ at the search textbox. Mark the checkbox for gnome-device-manager and click Apply. After the installation finished, you will find the application by clicking on Applications > System Tools > Device Manager.

Screenshot-Device Manager

There is another useful application call hardinfo. Follow the same method above, you can install hardinfo from Synaptic Package Manager. Hardinfo is similar to benchmarking tool such as Sisoft Sandra for Windows where you can check your CPU and hardware info. After installation, you can find it from System > Preferences > System Profiler and Benchmark.

Screenshot-Summary - System Information

Posted By: Aeric
Last Edit: 24 Oct 2009 @ 07:21 PM

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