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  • Yigit,

    If possible, we would rather not upgrade right now—we have changed A LOT of code, and just don’t have the time right now to do it all.

    Is it possible to change a ‘bit’ of code to allow us to have more than 48 items in a single portfolio entry?

    Thanks,
    Mark Besh
    Visual Impact Systems

    Yigit,

    FYI: Works fine now—after we replaced the following:
    - “prettyPhoto” folder
    - “mediaelement” folder
    - “aviapoly.js” file
    - “jquery.js” file

    [ DID NOT replace the "avia.js" ]

    Thanks!
    Mark Besh
    Visual Impact Systems

    Yigit,

    At least for right now, would it be possible to just update the prettyPhoto files? (We have done extensive ‘customization’ of many of the Angular PHP files, and would like to do the update of everything over the holidays).

    If so, which files/folders should we replace?

    Thanks,
    Mark Besh
    Visual Impact Systems

    Nick,

    Thank you VERY MUCH for your time on this! (I trust you more than I do my guys).

    Login info sent to your e-mail.

    Mark

    in reply to: ANGULAR – Too Many "H1" Tags With Portfolios #119153

    Dude,

    Perfect! Just what we needed. Now we can properly ‘code’ all our pages the way our SEO company, “Wpromote,” suggests is the best for the search engines—at least, as of today! ;^D

    Thanks again for everyone’s support on this!

    Mark Besh

    Visual Impact Systems

    ISSUE CLOSED.

    in reply to: ANGULAR – "503" error / "Long-running script" #118926

    Dude,

    FYI: After a couple of cache clearings, IE10 didn’t give us any errors. Hmmm…maybe.

    Thanks,

    Mark

    ISSUE CLOSED.

    Nick,

    Put your new rewritten code in there, and the mobile menu disappeared.

    I’m sure everyone is ‘frustrated’ with this, so I guess we’ll just have to ‘deal with’ the logo being centered in landscape view.

    I REALLY APPRECIATE all of your efforts in this. [ Because of your excellent support, we will DEFINITELY be using your themes for our clients in the future! ].

    Q: Do you have a more detailed ‘document’ about the Avia framework we can buy (other than the ‘basic’ doc we received with the theme)?

    Mark Besh

    Visual Impact Systems

    ISSUE CLOSED.

    Nick,

    To remind you—when we put your suggested custom.css in there, we lost the mobile menu. Then we added the following, and the drop-down menu started ‘flashing’ again:

    #top .mobileMenu {

    display:none !important;

    }

    Then, when we replaced your “media” css with Ishmael’s above, we lost the mobile menu again (but the logo was left justified).

    @media only screen and (max-width:767px) {

    #top .logo {

    float:left;

    }

    #top .main_menu ul {

    display: block !important;

    }

    }

    Replaced with:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px)

    #top .logo a, #top .logo img {

    display: block;

    }

    Hmmmm.

    Mark

    in reply to: ANGULAR – Too Many "H1" Tags With Portfolios #119151

    Ismael,

    Yes, we ‘messed around’ last night and when we did what you suggested, the font size was too big.

    So, we did this in the top “Text Area/Callout/Quote” in our dynamic template::

    <h1 style=”font-size:26px;”>INTERNET MARKETING</h1>

    But now the space above it (to the horizontal line above it) is much smaller than where it was—it’s too close.

    http://visualimpactsystems.com/internet-marketing/

    Is there code we can put right here without having to use CSS and ‘messing up’ the H1 formatting elsewhere?

    Mark

    in reply to: ANGULAR – Too Many "H1" Tags With Portfolios #119149

    Devin,

    One of guys is pretty good at this stuff—he just needs to know how your template “works” (from where the page ‘description’ is generated).

    Mark

    in reply to: ANGULAR – Too Many "H1" Tags With Portfolios #119147

    Devin,

    That worked, but now this is what they are saying:

    “The H1 tags on all three landing pages are now blank. You should have one H1 tag, per page, that contains the keyword targeted at that page.”

    Can I do this somehow in the dynamic templates? or on the “pages” and the “portfolio items”?

    http://visualimpactsystems.com/internet-marketing/

    http://visualimpactsystems.com/video-production/

    http://visualimpactsystems.com/trade-show-displays/

    Thanks,

    Mark

    Nick,

    We disabled Jetpack, and nothing change.

    So, thank you VERY MUCH for all of your efforts in trying to fix this, but we have decided to just go back to what we had, and ‘deal with’ the logo centering in landscape mode.

    Even though it seems that everything is working fine, you did mention, before we started all this, that our custom.css is not properly written, and there are things that are not even being “loaded.”

    Could you point those things out for us?

    Thanks,

    Mark

    in reply to: ANGULAR – Too Many "H1" Tags With Portfolios #119145

    Devin,

    They are telling us what we have is “no good,” and they will not be able to help us get our pages ranked like this.

    So, can you tell me what to do in the portfolio loop to make the portfolio title images “H2″s?

    Mark

    in reply to: ANGULAR – "503" error / "Long-running script" #118924

    Dude,

    This is what is in the helper-template.php file:

    /**

    *

    * This function retrieves the template for the frontpage.

    * If any of the conditions are met the template is loaded followed by a php exit so code located afterwards wont be executed.

    *

    */

    function avia_get_frontpage_template()

    {

    global $avia_config, $post;

    //if the user has set a different frontpage in the theme option settings show that page, otherwise show the default blog

    if(is_front_page() && avia_get_option(‘frontpage’) != “” && !isset($avia_config))

    {

    if(get_query_var(‘paged’)) {

    $paged = get_query_var(‘paged’);

    } elseif(get_query_var(‘page’)) {

    $paged = get_query_var(‘page’);

    } else {

    $paged = 1;

    }

    $avia_config = array(“page_id”=> avia_get_option(‘frontpage’), “paged” => $paged);

    $custom_fields = get_post_meta(avia_get_option(‘frontpage’), ‘_wp_page_template’, true);

    //if the page we are about to redirect uses a template use that template instead of the default page

    if($custom_fields != “” && strpos($custom_fields,’template’) !== false && $custom_fields = explode(‘-’,str_replace(‘.php’,”,$custom_fields)))

    {

    get_template_part( $custom_fields[0], $custom_fields[1]);

    }

    else

    {

    get_template_part( ‘page’ );

    }

    exit();

    }

    }

    Look good to you?

    FYI: Thinking of what we’ve changed (that might affect server access), Nick suggested we add this entire file to the .htaccess file a while back (to try to solve the drop-down menu ‘flashing’ issue): http://pastebin.com/ERMLzg4L

    Mark

    Nick,

    Sorry to say, we tried both css items, and no change. Then added the avia.js code you suggested. Drop-down menu still flashing in Chrome and Safari.

    Could it be ‘where’ we put the “#top .mobileMenu…” code in the custom.css?

    Mark

    Nick,

    Thank you for you effort on this.

    This solution made all computer and tablets browsers work just fine (left justified no matter how wide the window, and the menu dropped below the logo). The logo also is left justified on mobile (iOS6 with Chrome and Safari).

    But, the “ABOUT US” drop-down menu is now ‘flashing’ (showing for 1/4 second) when you go to any page (with both Chrome and Safari).

    We see that you remove the following:

    #top .mobileMenu {

    display:none !important;

    Could this be it?

    [ NOTE: We did not remove your suggested css, so you could see the problem on your smartphones ].

    Thanks,

    Mark

    Nick,

    So, I like to get back to your solution—-that fixed the logo to left justified.

    What/where do I add to your suggested css to get the menu to show up?

    Mark

    Nick,

    Thanks for taking all that time to rewrite our custom.css file.

    It did work right away! (all phones, tablets, PC, and Mac browsers showed it left justified!). But, we ‘lost’ our menu below the logo (on phones and when browser windows are not very wide).

    So, we put the following code in just after “#top .portfolio-title…”:

    .js_active .main_menu ul{display: block !important;}

    (where is was in our original custom.css file, and it started that ‘flashing’ again (showing the “ABOUT US” drop-down menu for 1/4 second).

    We spend an hour or so moving that code around (different load locations), and nothing worked.

    So, since this is a “live” site, we had to ‘regress’ back to our original custom.css file (to get rid of that ‘flashing’).

    Any ideas how you could add in some kind of code into the custom.css you suggested, and get our menu to display below the logo?

    Thanks,

    Mark

    Ismael,

    For whatever reason, the logo hasn’t moved at all for us (still centered). [Even after turning off out wireless, and viewing it at a Starbucks down the street using their wireless).

    Our site does not have any “caching” plugin, but our hoster told us aware that they have “aggressive caching.” So they showed us how to ‘purge’ the cache. We did so yesterday. Nothing has changed since.

    Is there some way we can change the related “php” code for the logo? (to ‘force’ it to the left).

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115365

    Devin,

    We even put a -40px value in there and the logo didn’t move a bit. (so, we put “display: block !important;” back in there).

    I will start a new thread on this.

    This issue closed.

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115363

    Ismael,

    Sorry for this ‘frustration’, but it doesn’t matter what we do (clear data/history; go to other sites first; etc.), just like before, it still ‘centers’ on the iPhone with Chrome and Safari, Android, and IE10 on the PC (though, with all other computer browsers, on both PC and Mac, when we reduce the width of the browser window, they all are left aligned!).

    Does this have something to do with how mobile browsers ‘process’/render web sites?

    Would you looking at out custom.css help? (maybe the ‘order’ of what we have in there should be changed?)

    http://visualimpactsystems.com/wp-content/themes/angular/css/custom.css

    Sorry for being a bother, but we picked you guys/Angular primarily for its mobile responsive qualities.

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115361

    Devin,

    Here’s what we are seeing:

    Android:

    http://www.4vis.com/Android.jpg

    iPhone-Chrome:

    http://www.4vis.com/iPhone-Chrome.jpg

    iPhone-Safari:

    http://www.4vis.com/iPhone-Safari.jpg

    Now, we are focused on phones for this issue (since computers and tablets are wide enough not to have this issue), but I thought I would send you a pic of a PC with IE10 just to show you another way to see the issue easily:

    http://www.4vis.com/PC-IE10.jpg

    Thanks for your time on this.

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115359

    Ismael,

    Sorry to be a bother, but it is still ‘centering’ the logo with Chrome and Safari with iOS6 and with IE10 on the PC (all other browsers, both PC and Mac now render it properly to the left). [Cleared all data/histories many times].

    I tried it two ways:

    Adding your new code to what I had…

    =======

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {

    .main_menu ul .sub-menu {

    visibility: none;

    opacity:0;

    display:block;

    }

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {

    #top .logo{float: left; margin-left: 0; text-align: left;}

    }

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px)

    #top .logo a, #top .logo img {

    display: block;

    }

    =======

    and removing the previous suggestion, and just putting your new code in…

    ======

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {

    .main_menu ul .sub-menu {

    visibility: none;

    opacity:0;

    display:block;

    }

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px)

    #top .logo a, #top .logo img {

    display: block;

    }

    ======

    Neither worked.

    Any other suggestions? [Is there something I can put in the 'actual' template code for the logo (.php?) to 'force' it to the left all the time?].

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115357

    Guys,

    The phone number is just fine, it’s the logo that doesn’t stay ‘left justified’ (it centers itself in ‘landscape’ view—only on the iPhone—tablets are fine, since they are ‘wide’ enough for this not to happen). [ Note: You can see the issue on a computer by just reducing the size of a browser window’s width until the menu goes below the logo—that’s when the logo centers itself).

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115354

    Dude,

    This is the custom.css file.

    I put your code just after the other “media only screen…” code:

    /* Have fun adding your style here :) – PS: At all times this file should contain a comment or a rule, otherwise opera might act buggy :( */

    #js_sort_items {

    font-size: 14px;

    }

    #top .template-dynamic .callout {

    padding: 4px 0 0px;

    }

    #top .template-dynamic .callout p {

    padding-bottom: 0;

    }

    #top .mobileMenu {

    display: none !important;

    }

    #top h1.ajax-portfolio-title {

    font-size: 2.3em;

    }

    .ajax-portfolio-response {

    z-index: 2;

    }

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {

    .main_menu ul .sub-menu {

    visibility: none;

    opacity:0;

    display:block;

    }

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {

    #top .logo{float: left; margin-left: 0; text-align: left;}

    }

    .js_active .main_menu ul{display: block !important;}

    #top .primary-background, .info_text_header, #info_text_header .infotext {

    background-color: #c20024 !important;

    }

    .ajax-portfolio-response-wrapper {

    top: 40px;

    }}

    #top .portfolio-title {

    font-family: “Trebuchet MS”, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;

    }

    .logo, .logo a {

    margin-top: -10px; float: left;

    }

    .phonenumber{

    color: #c20024; font-size: 18px; text-align: right;

    }

    .phonenumber, .phonenumber a {

    margin-top: -10px;

    }

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115353

    Dude,

    Hmmm. This fixed it when viewing in computer browsers and reducing the width of the browser window, but for whatever reason, it did not fix it for Chrome and Safari on an iPhone (OS6). [Cleared cache/history many times].

    Mark

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115351

    Dude,

    For whatever reason, that seemed not to make the logo stay to the left when viewing in “landscape” mode on an iPhone. (It happens when the menu gets ‘pushed down’ below the logo).

    [Note: You can see what I mean by viewing the site in a browser, and making the width of the window smaller horizontally].

    http://visualimpactsystems.com/

    Is this ‘forced’ somewhere in .php code? OR, is there any ‘problems’ in our custom.css file? (missing or ‘stray’ commas/brackets or such):

    /* Have fun adding your style here :) – PS: At all times this file should contain a comment or a rule, otherwise opera might act buggy :( */

    #js_sort_items {

    font-size: 14px;

    }

    #top .template-dynamic .callout {

    padding: 4px 0 0px;

    }

    #top .template-dynamic .callout p {

    padding-bottom: 0;

    }

    #top .mobileMenu {

    display: none !important;

    }

    #top h1.ajax-portfolio-title {

    font-size: 2.3em;

    }

    .ajax-portfolio-response {

    z-index: 2;

    }

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {

    .main_menu ul .sub-menu {

    visibility: none;

    opacity:0;

    display:block;

    }

    .js_active .main_menu ul{display: block !important;}

    #top .primary-background, .info_text_header, #info_text_header .infotext {

    background-color: #c20024 !important;

    }

    .ajax-portfolio-response-wrapper {

    top: 40px;

    }}

    #top .portfolio-title {

    font-family: “Trebuchet MS”, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;

    }

    .logo, .logo a {

    margin-top: -10px; float: left;

    }

    .phonenumber{

    color: #c20024; font-size: 18px; text-align: right;

    }

    .phonenumber, .phonenumber a {

    margin-top: -10px;

    }

    Thanks,

    Mark Besh

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115349

    Ismael,

    That worked great. Thanks.

    One more thing: On an iPhone, when the site is viewed in “landscape” mode, the logo moves to the middle. So, I tried adding the following “align=left” to the margin code you just gave me, but it didn’t work:

    .logo, .logo a {

    margin-top: -10px; align=left;

    }

    Suggestion?

    Mark Besh

    Visual Impact Systems

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115347

    Dude,

    We moved the menu code around, and it ended up working (no flashing) when it was in the middle of the file. Who knows on some of this stuff!

    Still would like to ‘move up’ the phone number and logo.

    Mark Besh

    Visual Impact Systems

    in reply to: Add telephone number above menu headings #115346

    Dude,

    I put this code back into the custom.css to get the menu back, but now the ‘flashing’ has come back in IE:

    .js_active .main_menu ul{display: block !important;}

    Is there another ‘way’ (different code) to have this menu?

    Mark

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