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Hey, thanks Devin.
That’s where I’ll start. I realize it is possible that this might occasionally happen. I would like to try to step through updating each file that has been changed, and if there is one that is in my child theme I can flag it for potential conflict.
However, I noticed much of the change log refers to changes that have happened within folders without being specific to which file, e.g., ” – folder config-templatebuilder: – added: new Element: Image with Hotspots.” For this example, I’d assume after looking it would be: “folder config-templatebuilder > avia-shortcodes > added file ‘image_hotspots.php’ .” Unfortunately, it isn’t always that obvious (e.g., which file in folder ‘config-templatebuilder:’ has new Header style: “transparent glass” been added?). Is there any more detail available to help me look at which specific files have been added and/or changed?
Hi there Yigit,
I originally did update the theme via FTP. I also then reverted to 2.8.1 and tried the update via the WP Admin. Same results both times. I’ve since reverted to 2.8.1. I am running a child theme. Can I get a list of specifically which files were updated so I can try loading just those, as well as try to investigate any conflicts that may have been introduced with my child theme? I know using a child theme is supposed to be the “safe” way to make changes to the theme, but past updated to the header file have broken my child theme before. I’m wondering if that is the problem.
Hi Peter, I duplicated the page that was experiencing a conflict, then deleted the original. The new (duplicate) is displaying fine with no BBPress conflict. I’m not sure what caused the issue, but it appears to be self-resolved.
In case this helps others, I too have been having multiple issues since updating and slowing working through them (dev site). I just ran across this one this morning. Some WP-admin page views just return a blank white page. Some page views working fine on WP-admin, posts seemed to be fine. Front end all pages displaying properly (minus the other broken things I still need to repair after updating). I was stumped until reading this post. I also use NextGen Gallery and NextGen Gallery Pro. I deactivated the plugins and indeed the WP-admin pages now show up as expected. Site also hosted with Liquid Web. Thanks, Lynn, for the post.
Unfortunately, I have relied on the NextGen Pro plugin for content layout — will look into the plugin suggested by Peter.
EDIT: I still have one page (of 39) that is showing troubles on the WP-admin — it now displays the page admin rather than just a blank page, but the content section is just spinning rather than showing AVIA content builder content. I’ll keep searching on the forum for hints, or start a new thread…
- This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by drjill.
Sigh. We are using a child theme just for this reason — so we can customize with faith that we can update the theme without breaking our site. No luck, substantial changes to header file have wrecked havoc after updating today. Header menus and social icons all messed up — it kills our child header.php. Trying to sort out, but will likely submit as separate support request. Very frustrating to have this level of theme change that breaks child themes.December 20, 2013 at 3:57 pm in reply to: Change the title "Blog – Latest News" on single to category #202599December 19, 2013 at 10:29 pm in reply to: Change the title "Blog – Latest News" on single to category #202278December 19, 2013 at 7:22 pm in reply to: Change the title "Blog – Latest News" on single to category #202185December 19, 2013 at 4:34 pm in reply to: Change the title "Blog – Latest News" on single to category #202076
Tried that and it returns the text “Array” rather than the category. Other ideas? thanks, Jill
I just replaced my shortcodes.js content with what you provided above http://noblewhy.com/wp-content/themes/enfold/js/shortcodes.js
Same results as wss310, thanks! Interesting, because I did not remove any of the code within the theme provided shortcodes.js.
I also have the question about not scrolling to the top of the page (or top of the section containing the tabs) if possible. EDIT>while next tab does open at the top of its content (good), it cuts off the very top of the tab content area. Is there a way to add some padding to the top of the tab bookmark so it shows the full top tab?
Glad link/buttons to other tabs work now, thank you!
- This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by drjill.
I’m having a similar issue. I can, on a separate page, create a button that links to a tab on a different page and it works correctly:
On Page1 create a button such as:
[av_button label='Click me' link='manually,http://mysite.com/subpage3/#tab-id-5' link_target='' color='theme-color' custom_bg='#444444' custom_font='#ffffff' size='small' position='center' icon_select='no' icon='ue800' font='entypo-fontello']
When clicked, it correctly links to subpage3 and opens the correct tab 5.
However, if I add that same button (copy/paste) below the content within tab 1 on subpage3, it does not open tab 5.
JillSeptember 18, 2012 at 6:24 pm in reply to: Step-by-Step Guide to Set Up Choices bbPress Forum (pretty please!!!) #90985September 17, 2012 at 5:10 pm in reply to: Changing Font body, h1, h2, etc. in Choices (Child) theme CSS #90052September 17, 2012 at 4:56 pm in reply to: Step-by-Step Guide to Set Up Choices bbPress Forum (pretty please!!!) #90983September 13, 2012 at 7:39 pm in reply to: Changing Font body, h1, h2, etc. in Choices (Child) theme CSS #90050
Thanks, I saw that list in the documentation and have been poking around. I still have a basic question:
How do I change the color of my h1, h2, h3 post body headings to red? How do I change the h1, h2, h3 colors in the CSS, not through the WP back-end “Quick CSS”? Which file and which lines of code should be modified?