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My Site is http://www.anxietyliving.com. As of right now, it looks how I want it on Firefox. But these are the following issues on safari, I.E. and Chrome:
Responsive Slider doesn't show on Homepage
Blue background missing on all pages that are not the homepage
Header image is missing on all pages that are not the homepage (except on safari, old header is present)
I've made a few changes to the original css of this executive child theme. Now, I'm very new to web design, so I'm learning as I go. The significant changes I've made which probably are contributing to this problem are to the header right menu icons and of course the responsive slider.
Any ideas out there on how I can fix this so that all browsers look like it does on firefox?
Thank you so much for taking your time to look into this for me.
*Faceslam* The problem appears to be on firefox as well. Everything looks great on the site only when I'm logged into WordPress. Perhaps this is a plugin issue?
Okay, I've checked out a number of related posts, and this looks like a cache issue. I actually went and installed the WP cache plugin and cleared the cache, but that didn't solve it. I've since disabled it. I've also disabled smushit plugin, which compresses pictures. But I'm still having the same problem.
I haven't touched anything in the functions.php, I've only made changes to the style sheet.
You know what, I'm getting the background and header on the non-homepage pages. So, clearing the cache and then deactivating the plugin did do something. But I'm still not getting the slider to show unless I'm logged in.
Okay, both are disabled.
Sorry, I didn't even realize I had the other one.
I deactivated every plugin (24 in total). Then I activated the slider. But problem isn't fixed.
I'm now activating my security plugins.
I solved the issue. I was directing the image source to appear from a private portfolio. I made the portfolio posts public and designated them with nofollow, noindex tags.
Thank you Ozzy for checking this out.
I really appreciate all your help.
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