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@ojasray Thank you! That was the issue and I wouldn’t have guessed that the option was added to the theme options.
I’m seeing the same. If I choose right or left sidebar layouts I still always see my sidebars below my page content.
Also regardless of which layout I choose, the menu is always on the right side below the content.
I am using a child theme and have confirmed that everything (core theme, wordpress, plugins) are up to date. The only files I’ve modified on the child theme are header.php, footer.php, helper-main-menu.php, and functions.php
I’m also seeing some issues with mobile layout but I can follow up on those after the major issues are resolved.
Think I figured out another option that scales better. If I create a color block section at the top and place the image inside of that, it achieves the same effect without breaking down oddly at smaller screen sizes.August 8, 2014 at 5:15 pm in reply to: Changing the sidebar width and keeping it responsive (child theme) #301728
FYI, it appears to be working this morning. I had my hosting provider increase the memory on my shared hosting plan and things are loading as expected. I’ll re-post if I find any continuing issues, but for now things seem to be working properly. For information sake, I’m using IX webhosting as my provider.
Thank you for the tips Yigit.
Cleared my cache, and tried another browser, neither worked. I can switch to the default WordPress editor, add content, and save the changes, but when I switch back to the Avia Layout Builder, it just never loads. Keep seeing the spinny loading wheel in the editor area.
I have no active plugins and I’m seeing the issue using Enfold, as well as when I use a child theme based on Enfold.
Let me know if you’d like access to the site to see for yourself.
That seemed to do the trick. Had to get my hosting provider to setup php.ini on my domain, then I could show errors (logging was a pain to get setup). I also had to make sure to add your code define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ’256M’); before the require_once(ABSPATH . ‘wp-settings.php’); to get it working.
But Woocommerce is alive and kicking and I’ve got my site back. Thanks!
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 41943040 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 30720 bytes) in /hsphere/local/home/c117483/felt.lenfert.net/wp-admin/includes/import.php on line 128
Yes I did see a blank screen. As for the PHP logs, I’ve got FTP access to my server. Is that adequate to find them? There is a logs folder in my root, and a separate folder for each domain/sub-domain. The contents of my subdomain log are here. I’m not sure if that’s adequate though.
*removed activity log*July 6, 2012 at 9:28 pm in reply to: Left sidebar not going away when a custom sidebar is in place #81833