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Hi again, I’m afraid that didn’t work. The site’s host it put it all the way up to 1024Mb, and the problem was still there. Any other suggestions?
IainSeptember 11, 2015 at 5:13 pm in reply to: Small issue with blog articles with Avia Layout Editor #501799
Hi Elliot, thanks for that. It took me a while to cotton on, but yes I can display some other posts manually as you suggest.
Now I am not asking specifically for me, and I am not complaining as Enfold is a great theme, but as a suggestion for Kriesi at a later date, I think it would be great to be able to pull in from the Content Elements a ‘You may also like’ so it looks just like the one that appears in the Default Editor version.
Thanks again, and cheers,
Excellent Kriesi, thanks very much for taking the time. That is exactly the type of answer I needed.
Hopefully that will get them to accept Enfold.
Thanks for that! I’ve used Enfold many times and love it. My new client however is involved with medical companies, and insists the theme we use (quite a few times) passes that very annoying test. (themecheck.org)
Is there anything other than quantity of sales I can try and use to get the client to accept Enfold. Security wise?
Really appreciate any help, and understand you all have better things to do!
All the best,
Sorry Devin, one last thing, if I replace the Enfold folder with the new Enfold folder via PTP, will all my previous theme settings be lost?
Yes, the same issue appears on the demo version. Mac 10.6.8 Chrome Version 21.0.1180.82 (‘Chrome is up to date’ from About Chrome). Looks like my screenshot. Appears about every eighth slide. Disappears with the next change. Does that explain anything?
I tried changing the slider as you suggested, but it did not help. Through making other changes, I discovered it only happens when Dynamic Template is chosen. I created a new Dynamic Template to see if that would help, but sadly no.
At http://iaincameron.dk/screenshot.html there is a screenshot. As I mentioned previously, Chrome on a Mac, it behaves fine on Opera and Safari. It usually takes seven or eight slide changes for the black to appear, sometimes playing with the slider’s navigation buttons speeds this up.
I simply can’t trust the theme as it is….
I spoke too soon. The black re-appeared shortly after.
I then removed all posts, pages and media, all themes and plugins and deleted everything via ftp. Added a fresh wordpress install, brought in your theme with only your content, and the black is still there. Certainly on Chrome on a Mac. Tried another permalinks save.
Your theme was uploaded via the backend, as was the shop plugin.
Any suggestions gratefully received.