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January 31, 2015 at 9:59 am in reply to: WooCommerce/ModernBloggerPro 403 Error #139190
Thanks so much for checking- I had the error when the setting was to "redirect only"- when I switched it to "force downloads" it stopped with the 403.January 31, 2015 at 9:58 am in reply to: WooCommerce/ModernBloggerPro 403 Error #139185
I was able to change the delivery method of the downloadable files, and it worked. Nevermind 🙂January 1, 2015 at 8:35 pm in reply to: Facebook no longer pulling images for post preview? #135833
I found the debugger and this is the error I get:
fix facebook og:image could not be downloaded or is too small
I was able to use a plug in to get it to pull one set image for the website, but for the individual posts, it is still not pulling the correct images. Any ideas on how to fix that error?December 29, 2014 at 10:09 pm in reply to: WooCommerce- renaming the WordPress SQL table prefix? #135633
This is what they told me
"Ok so then this isn't a WooCommerce issue per say but server level. Some servers do not allow "Force Downloads" due to size limitations. So please consult with your host to see what options you have in that regards. "December 29, 2014 at 9:53 pm in reply to: WooCommerce- renaming the WordPress SQL table prefix? #135627
Thanks for your feedback- I totally agree, this is probably too risky. After talking to the WooCommerce people, they are suggesting that this issue is something my host needs to fix. I'll contact them.December 29, 2014 at 9:51 am in reply to: WooCommerce displaying strangely (Grid issue?) #135545
Perfect! Thank you so much for your time!December 28, 2014 at 11:58 pm in reply to: WooCommerce displaying strangely (Grid issue?) #135516
Unfortunately, no dice. I cleared all my caches, and see no change with that addition to the css.December 28, 2014 at 11:53 pm in reply to: Modern Blogger Pro- Header issues on mobile #135515
Thank you for the help Genwrock!
That mostly did it- in landscape, its perfect on the iPhone, in vertical, its off center and not quite right, but is no longer breaking the container, so its a win. And, I was able to reset the desktop header to the original size which looks much better.December 28, 2014 at 9:37 pm in reply to: Modern Blogger Pro- Header issues on mobile #135509
Hi Susan- thanks for taking the time to respond.
That did work to fix it on the mobile view, however, it also shrunk the logo on my home page when looking at the full size/desktop version and now that just doesn't look right. I already thought it was too small before, and with the change, the balance is just all off.
Is there a way to set a conditional statement to only shrink the header on mobile instead of on the full size website as well?
Thanks!December 26, 2014 at 10:07 pm in reply to: Help- CSS header/background #135380
Or perhaps I need to have the site call different images for desktop and mobile? (actually, I may have to do that ALSO once I figure out the desktop image, because this one is sized perfect to work with that widget the way I want, but the mobile version has the widget showing elsewhere instead of on/in the header)