I’ve tested it with Safari, Firefox, and Windows Internet Explorer.
In order for this theme to appear any differently from the original Kubrick, you need to have the dymanic tabs plugin installed and activated, and your tabs set up. Click here to find out how.
Kubrick tabs is meant as an example to show what can be done with the dtabs plugin. Only minor alterations to style.css and header.php have been made to the default Wordpress theme (Kubrick), and the addition of style_ie_fixes.css, images/tab_left.jpg, images/tab_unselected_left.jpg, images/tab_central, images/tab_unselected_central, images/tab_right, images/tab_unselected_right, and images/tabbar.jpg. Therefore the “working” of the theme should not be affected, but if you experience any problems unique to Kubrick tabs, then please reply to this post for support. Kubrick is developed by the Wordpress team, so any support needed with Kubrick should be pointed towards the Wordpress forums.
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- Updated to support dTabs 1.3
- Tweaked header image to match original dimensions
- Set tab width to auto ajust to fit contents
- Updated to Wordpress Default theme 1.6 shipped with WP 2.3
- Added support for disabling dTabs plugin
- Updated to support dTabs 1.0.1
- Updated to the latest version of Wordpress Default theme released with WP 2.1
- Updated to support drop down menus introduced in dTabs version 1
- Added support for custom headers (introduced with WP 2.0.5)
- Added full support for Windows Internet Explorer including IE7
- Initial release.