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  • in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #841769

    Hi Victoria and Yigit,

    Thanks for getting back to me. The header.php file is not the issue. Per your instructions, I have brought in an updated copy of the header.php file from Enfold 4.1.2 and added my Google fonts customization and the two issues we are trying to address are not resolved.

    The two issues with how the site looks, moving from Enfold 4.0.7 to 4.1.2, when the site is viewed are:

    • From 768 pixels wide to 989 pixels wide, the main menu in the blue bar (below the logo) disappears.
    • From 768 pixels wide to 989 pixels wide, the customer login (to the right of the logo) disappears.
    • (The site looks good from 767 pixels down and from 990 pixels up!)

    On June 15, 2015, Yigit added code to the functions.php file of my child theme to enable the login. That is the reason this exchange is a continuation of that thread. functions.php is only 31 lines of code.

    The only other file customization is in helper-main-menu.php, which changed 5 lines of code. I have issued a report of the file changes, compared to the current version used as a model at the time, Enfold Version 3.1.3 at https://www.dropbox.com/s/r6nzvpc9id7yhb5/. The changes are on pages 5 and 6 of the PDF.

    Again, this works without issue at Example domain 1, using Enfold 4.0.7. The issue is upgrading to Enfold 4.1.2 and you can see the issue at Example domain 2.

    Please advise.

    Thanks – Campbell

    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #840702
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    in reply to: Avia Layout Builder Not Working with Yoast Seo – Help! #685453

    The update to the Enfold theme, version 3.8, released today, solved my issue. Thanks for addressing this!

    @luxuryrealtygroup and @shaevy, the updated Enfold theme, version 3.8, released today, resolved the Yoast conflict on my end. Hope you all have the same luck!

    in reply to: Avia Layout Builder Not Working with Yoast Seo – Help! #683984

    Any help, please? @yigit?

    Likewise @luxuryrealtygroup and @shaevy, we have the same issue you are describing with Yoast, WP and Enfold, all of which are up to date.

    @ismael, I opened a ticket yesterday, describing the same issue as many others here, having Yoast, WP and Enfold all up to date. I provided WP credentials with my new ticket at http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -with-yoast-seo-help/. Please review and advise.

    Thanks!

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    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #458887

    Hello,

    This all works very nicely, but I believe the modifications were being made to the functions.php file in the enfold theme and not in the child theme.

    1. What needs to be done so that the modifications are in the child theme and not overwritten when updating Enfold, going forward?
    2. And are there changes in any other files (excluding functions.php and the custom CSS) that I should keep track of?

    Yigit, you had logged in to make some of the modifications, so you may be the one to answer this question.

    I very much appreciate the assistance with these details. Many thanks!

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    in reply to: Footer item disappears at lower resolutions #457501

    That works. Many thanks!

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    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #448979

    Hi Josue,

    The overlapping issue is being caused by the addition of the widget as outlined in the post “Adding a widget area to the header” that Elliott pointed me to on May 18. Following those directions, the login element widget was placed below the main menu and given a negative top-margin to be above the menu. It is in the location, below the menu, where the widget was placed, that the problem exists.

    The content being blocked is 84 pixels high, below the main menu, the height of the log-in.

    I have tried changing the z-index for #header from z-index: 501; to addresses the 84 pixels of white covering the content below the main menu, without success.

    If you remove the code in the widget, the problem goes away. I have tried exchanging the text widget for an image widget with an image the size of the login box and I get the same overlapping issue.

    Please advise how to have the log-in header element exist without impacting the content it is overlapping below the main menu.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #448851
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    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #447621

    Hello,

    I am following up on my note from Tuesday. Nice work Yigit! Thank you for doing that. Per your instructions I have disabled the shrinking header option in the Enfold theme options.

    Unfortunately the login element we have added disappears when the browser resolution is below the 990px. The implementation is based on Elliott’s suggestion in this thread on 5/18.

    How do we to prevent the login area from disappearing when the browser resolution minimizes the login element below the 990px resolution? While the main menu minimizes (as it should) the login just disappears. Is there a way to fix this or another way to add the login element to the header so it won’t disappear?

    Ultimately I would like to be able to control the break-point for how long it is visible.

    Please advise

    I very much appreciate your help with this!

    Thanks!!!

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    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #446693
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    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #446682

    Nice work Yigit! Thank you for doing that.

    Is there any way to prevent the login are from minimizing below the 990px resolution the same way the main menu does?

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    in reply to: Adding custom code to the Header #446591

    Hi Elliott!

    ​Thanks, I followed the instructions and that does allow the login to be placed. Now we need to re-position it.

    The login needs to be above the main menu, not below (as it is currently). What needs to be done to place the login above the main menu?

    It should not be a negative margin because the current placement associates the login with the menu and it collapses (with the menu) at lower resolutions.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Responsive Header Image #283269

    Hi Yigit,

    I am not trying to maintain the same height for the header , which is what the code you sent me does. Rather, I am trying to swap one image for another when the width of the browser window drops below 768 pixels wide.

    Please advise.

    Thanks!

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    in reply to: Flash Integration for a Client Site #195915

    Hi Ismael,

    The code to insert Flash I am using is:
    <object id=”myFlashContent” width=”614″ height=”386″ classid=”clsid: (Purchase code hidden if logged out) “><param name=”movie” value=”http://blueunderground.com/flash/therrien-waddell-614.swf” /><!–[if !IE]>–><object width=”614″ height=”386″ type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” data=”http://blueunderground.com/flash/therrien-waddell-614.swf”><!–<![endif]–><!–[if !IE]>–></object><!–<![endif]–></object>

    This works fine in the static environment at http://blueunderground.com/flash/test-4.html. There is a Flash sniffer that displays a JPG when Flash is not installed that is also working fine in the static environment.

    Within the Enfold theme it shows the JPG image when it runs the same code (but not the desired Flash animation): http://blueunderground.com/test-4/.

    I have added a couple of lines of JavaScript to header.php through the editor. These are included in the static sample mentioned above that works correctly. On header.php it is between “<title><?php if(function_exists(‘avia_set_title_tag’)) { echo avia_set_title_tag(); } ?></title>” AND “<!– page title, displayed in your browser bar –>”. The script reads:

    <meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=iso-8859-1″ />
    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://blueunderground.com/flash/swfobject.js”></script>
    <script type=”text/javascript”>
    swfobject.registerObject(“myFlashContent”, “9.0.0”);
    </script>

    Please advise on how this can function correctly with the Enfold theme. Thank you for your help with this!

    in reply to: Portfolio Bug – Sorting creates second scroll bar #192068

    Peter,

    You are good. That allow for the Small fixed Header while correcting the double scroll bar!

    Many thanks!

    in reply to: Portfolio Bug – Sorting creates second scroll bar #190811

    Hello,

    Is there another way to solve the double scroll bar problem that won’t affect the Small fixed Header?

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Portfolio Bug – Sorting creates second scroll bar #190150

    Hello,

    We are fighting two problems. And the second problem is being caused by the snippet suggested to solve the first problem.

    The first problem is the double scroll bar. When sorting the portfolio at http://blueunderground.com/portfolio/ to look at only a single category, a second scroll bar appears next to the primary scroll bar. The CSS snippet that Peter suggested “#wrap_all {overflow-y: hidden}” solves the original problem, the double scroll bar.

    The second problem is a result of that CSS snippet “#wrap_all {overflow-y: hidden}”. Ismael’s suggestion to solve that problem creates an issue similar to the existing with distortion of objects when scrolling back to the top of the page when using the Small fixed Header with the CSS snippet “#wrap_all {overflow-y: hidden}”. This is not a preferred solution as it does not let the header scale smaller as the Small fixed Header does when scrolling down the page.

    Please take a look at the videos of the visual redundancy issue for a better understanding:

    Small non-fixed Header + #header {position: fixed} + “#wrap_all {overflow-y: hidden}”

    Small fixed Header + “#wrap_all {overflow-y: hidden}”

    Is there another way to solve the double scroll bar problem that won’t affect the Small fixed Header?

    Please advise.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Portfolio Bug – Sorting creates second scroll bar #189883

    Any suggestions to solve this?

    I can switch to the “Small non-fixed Header”, but I was initially attracted to the theme because of the “Small fixed Header”. You all were ahead of Avada with that and, outside of this bug, you have a superior product.

    Again, the bug is triggered by adding the code Yigit suggested to solve the initial issue with double scroll bar: #wrap_all {overflow-y: hidden}

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Portfolio Bug – Sorting creates second scroll bar #189735

    The problem is confined to the portfolio at http://blueunderground.com/portfolio/.

    Please advise.

    Thanks!

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