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There are several messages that are defaulted and I can not change from Propulsion > Contact.
What I’m looking to change is listed as follows:
Users who submit a message via the contact form are sent an immediate auto response with some body text that says roughly “Thank you for your message”. It includes a copy of their original message as well as the auto response from the website that alerts them they’ll be getting a response from you shortly. The subject line of that first autoresponse message needs to be titled “Video Request Submitted to YOUR COMPANY”.
As soon as they are getting that auto response message, my clients should also be getting an email with that original senders’ message. That message will read “Video Request Sent from YOUR COMPANY”.
How can I change these subject lines?October 30, 2014 at 1:12 am in reply to: Google PageSpeed issue – "Size Content to Viewport" error #343136
Thanks for getting back to me on this Arvish,
I have disabled every plugin and checked the Page Speed rank again. The issue and error notice persisted even with all the plugins disabled. All minifying to the CSS was done via plugin, so once those plugins were disabled, there would be no minifying-related errors.
This is driving me crazy since I recently switched to a WP-Engine server specifically for the increase in Page Speed that it brought me. Any other thoughts?October 21, 2014 at 8:11 am in reply to: Google PageSpeed issue – "Size Content to Viewport" error #338861
Thanks for your reply Ismael,
I agree that the issue is probably not a real one, nor is it affecting any of the visitors to the website. Unfortunately, my problem is that Google is docking me quite a few points on my Page Speed score as a result of this issue. I need to find out what’s happening with this error so that I can fix it and get my score back where it was before the issue came up.
Thanks!November 30, 2012 at 5:23 am in reply to: Enabling comments on Page that uses Template Builder #98332
It’s been fixed!!!! A very nice person took it upon themselves to do a test installation and figured out how to call the Disqus Comment Engine up in place of the standard WooCommerce Review section!
From user Bheadrick:
“I managed to get it working, though on a test site just now: http://woo.bryanheadrick.info/shop/mario/
with the help of this tut” http://wp.tutsplus.com/tutorials/plugins/integrating-disqus-into-wordpress/
skip halfway down to “Integrating Disqus Into WordPress Without a Plugin”
the function disqus_embed(‘myexampleblog’); goes inside the reviews.php template file in your theme under woocommerce/single-product/tabs”November 26, 2012 at 6:06 pm in reply to: Enabling comments on Page that uses Template Builder #98330
THAT WORKED! It loads the comments right under the page now! Woo hoo! Thank you very much for helping me figure that out.
Can I apply this same coding to the product pages to allow for Disqus comments on my products?November 26, 2012 at 5:35 pm in reply to: Enabling comments on Page that uses Template Builder #98328
You can see that the comments section does successfully call when used on a normal Full Width page (no Dynamic Template): http://selectbilliards.com/shipping-policy/
BTW, I’ve tried this with Disqus turned off and on, to no effect.November 25, 2012 at 4:18 am in reply to: Enabling comments on Page that uses Template Builder #98327
Here’s a screengrab of how it’s currently set up: https://selectbilliards.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Dynamic-Template-Settings.tiff
It’s basically a Fullwidth template set up with these elements:
Thanks for the reply Devin,
The custom thumbnails were briefly used for the videos. I tried a few and they worked sometimes but not others. I did notice that I had to change the vimeo URL’s to their non secure structure (http instead of https). That helped the actual portfolio posts themselves display properly, though still not on the top level portfolio page.
I also went ahead and finished reuploading the JS folder. I also reuploaded the Sentence theme on top of the old one (through FTP, not WP’s dashboard).
The problem still persists. Any thoughts?October 29, 2012 at 4:57 pm in reply to: Contact Form has stopped appearing on the Contact Page #95355
Thanks for the reply. I did verify the theme options are correct and I’ve tried changing it to a new page that I created (like Contact Test) which resulted in the same “Nothing Found” error.
I verified that the Contact-Form.php is still present. Just to be sure, I reuploaded that file from the original Propulsion zip again. Same results as before.
I disabled all the plugins once more and tested the pages again while doing the above actions, to the same results as before. The problem persists.
Thanks for the reply and suggestion Nick. I’ve pasted the CSS mod into my Quick CSS area of the theme. As far as I can see, there is no change after the addition (and after I’ve cleared my browser cache).
Anything else I can do to make this work?
I may have found something too hard to be fixed with this request. It seems doable but I guess I’m just an eternal optimist.
Any thoughts on this? It’s implemented perfectly on blog posts and if I can achieve that same thing with the products, I’ll be all set! :)
Thanks for the reply. That was just the key I was looking for. Until now, I was unaware that the folder structure was accessible from the Edit Theme options. I’ve since found all the other iterations of “Reviews” and changed them accordingly. Thanks again for your help on this!