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I deactivated ALL plugins the last time I noticed the problem, and the problem persisted with all plugins deactivated.
Also, when the problem was present I disabled all plug-ins and it still persisted.
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Thanks for taking a look! It happens at least once a week, but it is very intermittent, so it has been hard to diagnose. When it happens, the thumbnails for both the portfolio gallery at the top of the page, and the blog-page links in the middle of the page do not load. However, if I click on a text link for a gallery, the slideshow will load. Where you able to view the dev info on the screen-capture image at the link above? Any ideas on what is going on here?
RyanAugust 20, 2014 at 10:09 pm in reply to: shortcode button missing from new post/page options #307080
The Angular theme forest page says the latest update is 1.7 Where can I download 1.8?August 24, 2013 at 6:54 pm in reply to: Upgrade to WP 3.6 causing issues with portfolio slideshows / AJAX #137315
I’m sorry, Devin. It was our homepage, but I redirected the url temporarily. Here is a direct link to the page:
Thanks for your help!
RyanAugust 23, 2013 at 8:12 pm in reply to: Upgrade to WP 3.6 causing issues with portfolio slideshows / AJAX #137313
I have updated the theme files to the most recent version. Now the slideshow plays fine, but the thumbnails still will not load.
RyanAugust 23, 2013 at 7:39 pm in reply to: Upgrade to WP 3.6 causing issues with portfolio slideshows / AJAX #137312
Where can I download the updated theme files? And which ones would I need to update to rectify this issue. I made quite a few changes to the stock version of Angular.
RyanAugust 23, 2013 at 7:02 am in reply to: gallery shortcode options not displaying properly. #137120
Thank you for your response, Ishmael.
My problem is not in creating a gallery, but in how the gallery is displayed. Regardless of how the gallery is created, either by shortcode or through the “add media” menu, the gallery does not respond to certain attributes. Is this due to some part of the theme?
Please see this page as an example: http://www.fsweddings.com/wedding-albums/gallery-album-cover-swatches/
I get the same gallery layout when I specify 3 or 4 columns. I am also unable to add a css margin or padding to the bottom of the gallery, because it seems to have some float properties as well. How can I override these attributes?
I really enjoyed developing this with Angular. The template builder is very helpful and has so many applications.
-Ryan-February 13, 2013 at 8:06 pm in reply to: Change blog template & single post to full-width w/out sidebar #102838
Thank you for the suggestion, but that did not work.
One way I have found to make the blog full-width is to create a page (named “Blog”) & designate this page for the blog in the theme options. However, I would like to remove the page title “Blog” (with it’s divider) from this page.
Is there a way to accomplish that?
Yes, those were the correct classes for the element I need to edit. It worked!
RyanFebruary 13, 2013 at 12:36 am in reply to: Change blog template & single post to full-width w/out sidebar #102836
Thank you both for your help. Here is the link to the blog page:
Thank you for your help, Nick, but that did not work. I am specifically looking to change the color for the dynamically-generated divider that adds custom text. It looks like your code is for the thin color-line divider only. Is this correct?
RyanJanuary 30, 2013 at 5:50 am in reply to: Change blog template & single post to full-width w/out sidebar #102834
I made the changes mentioned above and created an appropriate dynamic template for a “blog” page with the full-width setting. However, when I put a blog section into the dynamic template, it still adds a sidebar. How can I avoid/remove this? Thank you.January 9, 2013 at 10:08 pm in reply to: Change blog template & single post to full-width w/out sidebar #102832
Ishmael, that worked very well for the single post. Unfortunately, I am now getting some strange formatting when the category archive page displays. I’m not sure if this is related to your changes above or not. After the first two posts are displayed in the loop, the remaining posts do not seem to have the same container attributes, and the post-titles are all much larger than the post-titles of the first two entries. You can see an example here:
Thank you for your comment, Devin. I believe you are referring to the meta data for what is shown in the slideshow, correct? I do not want that displayed, and have removed it as you noted. My more recent question was regarding editing the format of the meta data for the thumbnails below the main slideshow. For the time being, I have removed the code that displays the portfolio title, but I am still curious about the best way to edit it’s characteristics should I decide to display it again.
All the Best,
The site, in a very rough stage of development, is here: http://www.fsphotographers.com/angular
Yes, I am talking about the AJAX Portfolio slideshow that is generated by a custom page template, which I am using as a front-page. I successfully removed the thinline border by modifying the css through the custom.css file.
I am still unsure of how to edit attributes of the portfolio grid beneath the AJAX slideshow. Thoughts?
Thank you so much for the assistance. That worked very well! I have a few other questions for you, if you don’t mind…
Ideally, I would like to remove the thin border around the slideshow container, and have the images of the show take up the full-width, which would be the exact same width as the portfolio thumbnails beneath it. Is there an easy way to do that?
I am also curious if the Portfolio thumbnails in the grid can be changed to a square format, rather than the standard rectangles.
Thank you in advance!