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  • in reply to: How to display Portfolio items as a List, not a Grid #556331

    Awesome, thanks Elliot, I didn’t realise that was hidden away in the blog setting…much appreciated.

    in reply to: Remove category pic #546190

    Thanks for your help with this Josue, I’m learning more all the time and appreciate any such pointers.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Remove category pic #546164

    Gday Josue
    I think that is a much better solution than hiding elements with CSS. As you know, the function will remove the html from being output, and assists with page load times and such. It may even be more appropriate from an accessibility/reader device point of view, I suspect these can still read the code even though visually hidden.
    Thank you for your fix, I was racking my brain trying to solve it using woocommerce hooks and didn’t realise Enfold had it’s own. Do you have documentation or a reference list of the changes unique to Enfold?
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Remove category pic #545705

    Gday guys
    I’m wondering how to remove the same elements as the original post (category images atop category page) using a function rather than a css display property…any ideas?
    Here is a screenshot of the element, which Yigit correctly identitied as the archive page-thumb
    http://screencast.com/t/PBHjiONvTlC
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Some Enfold Masonry Gallery items not opening in lightbox #528902

    Hi Elliot, upon investigation many of our public are uploading files with the .JPG extension.

    Enfold is resizing the images and renaming with a lowercase extension, which is great.

    Any images that are small when uploaded (eg. the two uploaded were 900px wide and smaller) Enfold has no need to resize them, and so the .JPG is kept, creating a problem.

    Do you know the cut-off point in pixel dimensions for when Enfold starts to resize images?

    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Some Enfold Masonry Gallery items not opening in lightbox #528897

    Thank you Elliot. I did notice the change of case, but didn’t realise it would affect things. This particular website allows the images to be uploaded by the public, so we don’t have control over the extension case, which means your js file change is the only way to go. Thanks Elliot, much appreciated.

    in reply to: Enfold Portfolio Categories SideBar Menu #528255

    Gday Enfold support

    Can this sidebar effect be achieved as a function in a child theme? If so, can somebody create a sample of the code?

    cheers

    Darryl

    in reply to: How do I add a dynamic current year to socket? #502652

    Yigit! Thanks so much, this is perfect…thanks for your prompt reply.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Nav beneath header PLUS nav inside header #496789

    Cool idea, thanks Elliot, I’ll give that a go. Perhaps I can still blend this with a function, since the client can still manage the menu, but I can use a function to put it on every page. I saw an article about putting a new widget (sidebar) element in the header, and will try the same approach, popping a custom menu in the widget, and the function to override the header.
    Much appreciated.
    Darryl

    in reply to: Enfold Social Share buttons, Facebook 401 Unauthorised #486972

    Basilis! You are the best! Thank you very much, it is all fixed now…woohoo!

    in reply to: Enfold Social Share buttons, Facebook 401 Unauthorised #486960

    Gday Dake

    thanks for your help with this, the link and your access details are in the private reply.

    Much appreciated.

    Darryl

    in reply to: Few questions about Enfold settings #483944

    UPDATE: Elliot posed a solution that does work http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/automatic-email/
    Thanks Elliot!

    in reply to: Few questions about Enfold settings #483922

    Gday Enfold
    Could I pls have someone check whether the code from point 4 above (contact form autoresponder subject line) actually does work? I can’t get it to work in my functions.php file. The default message still occurs.

    This was suggested by Ismael, but I can’t get it to work:

    function avia_change_contact_form_args($form_args) {
    	$form_args['autoresponder_subject'] = __('Thank you for being awesome!','avia_framework' );
    	return $form_args;
    }

    I also tried the suggestion by Dude at: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -subject/ but it didn’t work either:

    add_filter('avf_form_subject','avia_change_mail_subject', 10, 3);
    function avia_change_mail_subject($subject, $new_post, $form_params)
    {
    $subject = 'My email subject';
    return $subject;
    }

    I have a child theme, with functions that are working for other aspects, but I can’t get either of these to work.

    Thanks for any help you can provide me.
    cheers
    Darryl

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by  itchybrain. Reason: Adding extra info after finding Dude's suggestion at http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/contact-form-customise-recipients-emails-subject
    in reply to: Custom Tab Toggle IDs #478506

    Hi Josue
    Thanks for the screenshot…it is indeed working, thanks for your help guys, much appreciated.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Custom Tab Toggle IDs #477721

    Ah! Thanks Yigit…It was 644, I’ve made it 755 now, is that correct?

    in reply to: Masonry Gallery Lightbox Figcaption Titles missing #477503

    Ah! Thanks so much Ismael, much appreciated. I’m sorry that I didn’t notice that myself, and will pay more attention to my existing plugins in future. Thanks again.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Masonry Gallery Lightbox Figcaption Titles missing #476885

    Hiya Ismael, thanks for checking this. I can assure you that was already done before I wrote the post. When it didn’t show in the lightbox that’s when I realised there was an issue. I have attached the admin details and greater description above for Rikard.
    I expect that is how it is meant to operate…any other ideas why it may not be working properly?
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Masonry Gallery Lightbox Figcaption Titles missing #476373

    Thank you Rikard. The page is on a dev site at http://itchybrain.com.au/dentalex/before-and-after-photos/tooth-whitening/

    A WP login has been set up, details added in private content.
    Much appreciated for your help with this.

    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Replace blog title with TAG of each post #475186

    Ah! Thanks Elliot…I did work that out after seeng the solution from your other comment: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -of-each-post/#post-474964

    Very much appreciated!
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Replace blog title with CATEGORY of each post #475185

    You beauty Elliot, thanks so much for this! It will make my client very happy…much appreciated.

    I have also been able to follow your logic and reproduce this for post tags as well.

    Thanks again, not only the best theme, but also the best support.

    cheers

    Darryl

    in reply to: Email form with select list for multiple recipients #467788

    Thanks for your help with this Andy, I’ll check that one out, much appreciated.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Footer testimonials #452869

    Gday Enfold users

    When I try this method, the testimonials all need to be created at once, making it hard for me to understand how my client would add a new testimonial at a future date without having to recreate all of them again? Am I misunderstanding what needs to be done?

    cheers

    Darryl

    in reply to: Update to 3.1.5 & footer widgets disappear #449396

    Hi Rikard

    Thanks for your help with this.

    I re-installed Enfold 3.1.5 and the widgets disappeared again, so then I went to check in the Widgets Inactive area but nothing was there, so then I toggled back to the web view and the widgets were in place in the footer.

    I’m happy that they are back, but it seems that a toggle between the two areas helped it somehow.

    Thanks again for your help Rikard.

    Darryl

    in reply to: Reverse the order of the blog post side flyout tabs #442753

    Thanks Rikard, it’s always much better with the child theme solution. Most times I also see your staff recommending the child solution, so perhaps that can be the first solution offered each time?
    In any case, your support is better than any theme provider I have ever used.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Reverse the order of the blog post side flyout tabs #442170

    Thank you Elliot. This is so much better, anything in the child file is better, much appreciated.
    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Reverse the order of the blog post side flyout tabs #441349

    Excellent, thanks Elliot. Is there anything I can do with this to move it into the child functions file?
    cheers
    Darryl

    Thank you Yigit, I’ll have a look at those lines of CSS. I really appreciate your ever helpful support, the Enfold team support is the best I have received anywhere.
    cheers
    Darryl

    Hi Yigit

    Thanks for your snippet. Do you know what activates the menu to do the left instead of the right? Is it a script that considers it too close to the viewport edge? If so, where can I find that script?

    cheers

    Darryl

    Hi xlguy, Elliott, Yigit, and any forum readers,

    Thanks for this thread—I too had an issue with the source order for the widget, so I experimented with the hooks but ended up reverting to Elliott’s suggestion.

    In visual/layout terms, I found the hook provided by Elliot is the only one that will enable the new widget to sit inside an Enfold div.container, important for positioning (left and right) purposes in many layouts (as at v3.1.3 with current choice of hooks).

    If you use a different hook such as the ava_main_header your positioning will be relative to the full viewport, since the widget won’t be nested inside a div.container (it will instead be a sibling of the main header first level container). This will usually not suit boxed layouts, nor layouts where your page is constrained to a specific maximum width.

    I also experimented by adding an html div with class of container in the widget CSS, but I quickly realised that the website content-managers are likely to accidentally remove it (or duplicate it) when editing widget content.

    As the moderator’s said, regardless of which hook you use, CSS is required to position the element.

    So I too reverted to using the ava_after_main_menu hook.

    I hope that helps anyone else weighing up the benefits or differences of the hook locations.

    While I was able to create the visual effect I needed, perhaps some more hooks can be added to future releases such that the elements within them make better semantic sense in the code hierarchy.

    cheers
    Darryl

    in reply to: Function to remove sidebar on search results #419030

    Günter, you’re a legend! Thank you, very much appreciated. Works like a charm.
    cheers
    Darryl

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