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For anybody with the same problem, the fix was to switch to a normal gallery object. That works.
A very disappointing response Elliott!
It is ridiculous to blame me. Masonry Galleries are a standard post editor menu item and also part of the 3.1 Advanced Code code editor.
If they don’t work reliably in all situations then you should either
a) fix them
b) disable them
c) display a warning message
This kind attitude will lose you new customers, repeat business and earn you poor reviews on theme forest.
I’m pretty sure that you will need to create a child theme and override the avia_title function.
if( get_post_meta(get_the_ID(), 'header', true) != 'no') echo avia_title(array('heading'=>'strong', 'title' => $title, 'link' => $t_link, 'subtitle' => $t_sub));
I can almost guarantee you though that it won’t have any effect on your SEO. There are hundreds of millions of WordPress blogs out there with permalinks in the H1 tag and Google et al would be pretty silly if they started counting this as a negative ranking factor.
1. Switched from shared GoDaddy server to dedicated 1and1 server.
2. Switched from GoDaddy email account to Gmail.
3. Installed “WP-Mail-SMTP” and sent test message. PASS
4. Sent test message from Enfold Contact Form. PASS
I’m guessing that it was a firewall issue on the GoDaddy server.
Can’t guess why direct send from WP-Mail-SMTP PASSED but the contact form FAILED.
Same problem. Here is the fault finding I have done:
Wordpress 3.8.1 With Enfold
1. Installed “WP-Mail-SMTP” and sent test message. PASS
2. Sent test message from Enfold Contact Form. FAIL
3. Installed “Easy WP SMTP” and sent test message. PASS
4. Sent test message from Enfold Contact Form. FAIL
5. Installed “Contact Form 7″ and sent test message. FAIL
6. “Grunion Contact Form” and sent test message. FAIL
I tried the child theme and unfortunately I lose all of the backend controls.
I think I’ve found the issue:
$title = get_bloginfo(‘name’).’ | ‘;
$title .= (is_front_page()) ? get_bloginfo(‘description’) : wp_title(”, false);
$title = apply_filters(‘avf_title_tag’, $title, wp_title(”, false));
Your theme is fantastic!!!
However, from an SEO point of view it’s generally considered best practice to go for 100% keyword prominence in the title tag.
Plumber London | Plumbers.Com
is better than
Plumbers.Com | Plumber London
because each page will start with a unique phrase and if designed right would have 100% keyword prominence.
What is the best way to fix this?
Do I need to create a child theme?
PS: If it were me I would upgrade the theme and then add as a selling point that…
Our title tags are designed for 100% keyword prominence.