[theme-reviewers] flaw in gallery CSS

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Fri Aug 8 21:15:18 UTC 2014

Issues with core-defined gallery CSS will *not* affect review/approval of
your Theme, since your Theme isn't defining the CSS. And even if the Theme
were filtering the core-defined gallery CSS, any related issues would only
be noted as *recommended* in the review.

On Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 4:06 PM, Styled Themes <social at styledthemes.com>

> Before I submit my new theme, I discovered something when testing the
> theme with the theme unit test, in particular, the gallery when using the
> thumbnail size (default). When you view a 4 or more column gallery, they do
> not float correctly and it’s basically a continuous row of thumbnails until
> it reaches the edge of the content area, then it continues to the next
> line. This also happens with the Twenty Thirteen and Twenty Fourteen
> themes. This is when the inline styling for the gallery is removed (as it
> is coded even for the default themes now), but it appears there is a flaw
> in the gallery layout CSS. It works fine when the thumbnail size is set to
> at least medium.
> With my theme I’m about to submit, I simply used the same CSS as the
> default WP theme Twenty Fourteen that uses <figure> and no inline
> styling….but as I mentioned, the column CSS for the gallery is flawed and
> does not properly wrap to the next line. I’m assuming this is going to
> affect the review and approval of my theme?
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