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January 31, 2018 at 12:37 am in reply to: Can Agentpress site using Agentpress Plugin use a different theme? #215892
I am using Chrome inspector and it appears that Agentpress Listings is not installed, I just assumed that was what was in use since the Agentpress theme is in use. The site is not a real estate site but needs CPT for listings of people by state. I guess I'll have to wait until client gives me the access to site before I can see what is going on there.
Thanks, Brad!June 25, 2016 at 8:31 am in reply to: Altitude Pro: Soliloquy slider in main header, front page 1 #188272
t-west, it appears that you got this to work. I also purchased Solioquy in order to have a full-width slider on Front Page 1 and instead it puts it into a box. Would you mind sharing the solution you found, either here or offline?
I've added the logo by using the Appearance/Customize/Header Image and inserting a PNG image with transparent background.
Changed Custom Header height and width in functions.php to the size I wanted prior to uploading the image
And to have it be as large as I wanted, I changed .header-image .title-area to the width of logo
.header-image .site-title > a - playing with min height to see where it changes.October 29, 2015 at 8:04 pm in reply to: Beautiful Pro Responsive Menu Not Showing on Mobile #169571
I see what you are mentioning, however, the Beautiful Pro theme has me adding the header image through the customizer, so I am not coding it.
Can I remove the image from the customizer and then add it into style.css and that would fix the markup error?
If an image (sized properly for the space) is in the second column, on a larger screen it will show in the 2nd column.
The media queries written for Genesis column classes set each column to be 100% width below a certain screen size, so on smaller screens, column two will appear below column one.
THANK YOU!!! This worked, I truly appreciate it!
Reposting the remaining issue with correct theme name in title of post.
Just found in another post with similar subject that there is a newer version of Enterprise 2.1 (and I had 2.0.1). Did a DiffMerge and found many differences and in multiple folders. I uploaded that new version without my customizations and the mobile menu works fine. sigh....
If I install that new version, obviously I lose all the customization to style.css and functions.php in the child theme, thought that child themes weren't updated. Guess I'll do the install of new version and run the diff on those 2 files and pray that nothing falls through the cracks.
PLEASE NOTE THAT i WROTE THE WRONG THEME NAME IN SUBJECT LINE: THIS IS FOR ENTERPRISE, NOT EXECUTIVE
I did use DiffMerge before I wrote this request, examining a fresh copy of the theme with my copy, remarkably, I have not removed anything, have simply tweaked a few things that are unrelated to navigation. It's the oddest thing, that's why I'm looking for advice.
Am I perhaps missing something in a JS folder? I just don't know where to go with this. At the very least, is there something I should do with the sizing of the regular nav buttons that make a fat thumb or pointer finger able to click the submenu items?
The hamburger is showing but opening it does not display the vertical menu item listing that I see on the demo, it looks just like the full-screen menu (wrapping around over 2-3 lines), and the submenu items are not easily clickable on mobile devices.
I have used this code on several sites to get responsive header images. I learned about it after I have designed a Prose site (where I used the responsive header plugin), just haven't prioritized making the change to Sridhar's code.April 2, 2015 at 11:06 am in reply to: How to Remove Space between Header image and nav bar #146468
I tried the media queries you suggested and it all looked great on my desktop as I resized my browser down smaller and smaller. However on my actual mobile device the 6 square images on home page were cropped from the right, as they were fitting into 3 rows of 2, etc. I've commented out the code for now.
any other thoughts?
I just did this last night, successfully for the most part.
Offline I cloned the Executive Pro folder and renamed it with my child theme (I use Dreamweaver to do this editing). I also did a screenshot of my test site home page and saved it as screenshot.png and put this into the root directory of the child theme.
In functions.php and style.css I did the following:
Where it said Executive Pro, I substituted Newname (my new name has no spaces)
Where it said executive, I substituted newname (or new-name if my own theme name had spaces)
Where I found executive-pro, I substituted newname (or new-name if my own theme name had spaces)
** Now Dreamweaver sees all the files referred to in the folder and prompted me to change executive to newname in all the other php files in the folder, and that step is not referred to in the article, so I have no idea if that is correct, but it makes sense to me.**
I uploaded this new theme folder via FTP through Dreamweaver, I assume that if I had zipped it first, I'd be able to upload through usual WordPress theme upload process.
Logged in to the site and changed the theme to the new theme.
I checked all the items in the customizer, especially the navigation had to be reseslected.
I've done this for several client sites, and skipped it for others. It has always worked immediately for me, though I don't think that I did the step about changing theme name in all the supporting php files.
In this case, all is well except on the Blog page and individual blog posts, the Titles are not showing up and the meta is styled differently. So that is what I'm asking for help on in another post on the forum.
How does one code the functions.php to call in featured pages instead of featured posts?
Ideally I would choose one featured page to show all content in the Welcome Widget (though as I do it in my test it has the shaded background behind the content, rendering it unreadable, so I'd need to change that in CSS)
And then have 2-4 boxes below with the other featured pages.
Wonderful! I got item #4 to work.
#3 did not work for me so we just decided to lighten the background color of the pages.
#2 This particular theme does not have a site description defined in functions.php though this is in CSS. What needs to be changed to make it show up?
#1 I don't know a thing about JS and am not in a position to hire anyone for this site (for my niece) so will have to let this item go unless you can give details.
I really like the changes you made with the transparency in the header area, it lightens the weight of that part of the site. How did you get a header image in the background there to be only at top of page? When I insert a background image it covers the entire site.June 18, 2014 at 11:24 pm in reply to: Outreach Pro page background vs home page background #110509
It would be great to know how you fixed this, as I am curious about this too.
I've successfully added 4 text widgets in Home-Bottom and they show up horizontally as they are supposed to.June 18, 2014 at 7:49 pm in reply to: Migratiting a static site into WP, keeping URLs intact #110466
I am also migrating a site with HTML pages and a WordPress blog (using HTML appended to all permalinks 🙁 ) to an all-Wordpress site. The blog posts are all in a subfolder called Blog so each permalink is http://sitename.com/blog/postname.html.
I really do not want to continue that HTML permalink naming convention but also don't want client to have links to existing posts become broken and produce errors. I was hoping to export all of her posts using WordPress Export tool to an XML file (with comments), install WordPress at the root level of her site, erasing all the existing HTML static pages, then import all the posts back in with the category of "blog" and same post name but without HTML.
wouldn't it be possible to add some lines to htaccess and redirect all http://sitename.com/blog/*.html to http://sitename.com/blog/*? Can you even do redirection if the original file is no longer there?