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That was it. Thank you so much!
Completely fixed!! Thank you for your time, patience and help.
Hi thanks! Was just going to write to say that I had narrowed it down to a caching issue. Thank you for the exact problem.
It was becoming frustrating because I could see the changes saved everywhere I looked. Going to make the changes and I'll let you know. Thanks again for your help.
I'm really confused now lol. All of the changes are reflected in the CSS on my end but I've even tried turning off the cache and clearing the cache and still nothing.
Also in the section above our footer all the links are invisible. I guess the link font has been changed to match the background.
Thanks again for your time and help. Sorry for being so slow with all of this.
Thank you very much for your reply. I've made the changes to the CSS but I don't see the changes reflected on the site.
I'm really confused. I've cleared the cache and checked but for some reason that top menu is still swallowing the header section.
I know I'm probably overlooking something but I feel like I've done everything correctly.
Ok we'll do. I tested it several times and the menu isn't breaking so this must be the solution (for now). Thanks again for all of the tremendous help today. Appreciate you giving so much time to help. Have a great weekend!!
I unchecked the "strip category base" box and saved. Then re-checked the box and saved. I then went to permalinks and saved again. Menu broke.
I unchecked the "strip category base" box and saved. I then went to permalinks and saved again. Menu is working. So I'm assuming the answer is leave the "strip category base" box unchecked for now? Any other time I would've had to deactivate and reactivate the plugin. Didn't have to do that with the "strip category base" box unchecked.
Ok finally got the other picture.
Here's the image for the broken link. The link in the left-hand corner won't stay visible for the working menu but it's the exact same unless I'm not seeing something properly.
Ok let me see if I can "break" the menu and then I'll get that info.
I didn't disable w3tc yet. I don't see any connection between the links and the 404 pages but I can look into it more.
No problem with the Twitter shout out. All of the help is much appreciated.
We have every box checked on the permalinks page except for enforce and redirect ugly.
We have Yoast, cloudflare, genesis, and feedburner extensions turned on in the w3tc extensions section.
We do use w3tc for caching. I was wondering if there was some sort of conflict with the cache and the menu. A few of our menu links were added manually (our phone number in the 'Call Now' for instance) and some are the pages/categories.
It may have something to do with the permalinks. Saved the permalinks again and then the menus broke. Deactivated and reactivated the plugin to get the menus to work properly again.
Is it best to have the force rewrite on for an issue like this? We currently do not have the box checked for force rewrite.
Ok thank you. I was looking at the http://my.studiopress.com/themes/agentpress/ theme before but I didn't see the mobile version demo like with the http://my.studiopress.com/themes/agency/ theme so I didn't know if it was right for me. I definitely need a theme that will work well with mobile devices.
Thank you very much for a quick reply.