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Brilliant. Worked perfectly. Very quick response time to our inquiry. Your support rocks and I will continue to recommend your themes to anyone who asks. Keep it up!
Sorry, sent you the wrong link. Please try this.
Thank you for the Quick CSS on the border. We have applied it. But, despite the fact that the CSS shows the same hex code, the colors still render differently on a Mac. See screenshot.
Thank you for the quick response. I am guessing that you are viewing our website on a PC. You can still see a very small difference between the header and body on a PC but on a Mac, the difference is much greater. See my Mac screenshot.
MichaelFebruary 23, 2016 at 8:57 am in reply to: Anchor takes me to a place on my page that I haven't set it to. #587581
Worked like a charm! Just what I needed. A handy tool for future use too!
Lots of appreciation,
Michael.February 19, 2016 at 4:12 pm in reply to: Anchor takes me to a place on my page that I haven't set it to. #586143
I’ve uploaded the HTML file to google drive. If you could download it and figure out what the heck is going on, that would be appreciated.
I tried deactivating all plug-ins and WordPress is updated. There is a link to the file in the private space for mods only.
Excellent detective work! Thanks for pursuing this.
I installed BackupBuddy and am impressed. Thanks for recommending this plugin.
Thanks. I will checkout these plugins as a short-term solution. But I really need to get this problem resolved so that I can do a proper migration with SQL import/export. If you can reproduce the problem on your dev server I don’t understand why you are unable to troubleshoot it. Is it possibly a permissions issue?December 8, 2012 at 4:21 pm in reply to: Override Sidebar Position For Shop Pages (Part III) #99514
Thanks Ismael. I spent an entire day reconstructing all the page templates, sidebar settings, and other Avia config details to restore the site. That was a painful migration for sure, but at least we’re now back in business. I’m a huge fan of this theme so I hope Kreisi is able to resolve this for future customers.
Wow, this is really messed up. I just migrated my Propulsion-themed site from a subdirectory to a parent directory on the same server and I’m experiencing the same issues with the Avia settings reported by others. Our site has a very large number of customizations to the theme including numerous sidebars with custom widget areas. I have started to try to recreate all the settings but even that is not working properly. Unfortunately, the original site is no longer accessible because I had to change the URIs and can now no longer login to change them back. Any advice on how I should proceed? Thanks.
MikeDecember 7, 2012 at 12:17 pm in reply to: Override Sidebar Position For Shop Pages (Part III) #99512
The combination of is_woocommerce() and is_search() did not work. However, removing is_search() and only checking for is_woocommerce() did force the correct class to be added to the Div (e.g. sidebar_left). Unfortunately, despite that we are now including the correct class, the sidebar is still appearing on the right. Can’t understand why.
Perhaps you could take a look here:
The correct placement left-side placement of the sidebar can be seen on another page here:
I can’t see any obvious difference in the code.August 31, 2012 at 2:11 pm in reply to: Override Sidebar Position For Shop Pages (Part II) #89102
I applied your changes and in woocommerce-config/config.php replaced:
echo "<div id='main' class='container_wrap ".$avia_config['layout']." template-shop shop_columns_".$avia_config['shop_overview_column']."'>";
echo "<div id='main' class='container_wrap sidebar_left template-shop shop_columns_".$avia_config['shop_overview_column']."'>";
Thank you to everyone for your persistence and patience in helping me get this problem resolved. Very much appreciated.August 29, 2012 at 6:17 pm in reply to: Override Sidebar Position For Shop Pages (Part II) #89100
is_product_category() now correctly detects the presence of the product category page and the suggested solutions now correctly set the class=sidebar_left for the div generated by line 32 of sidebar.php.
However, the sidebar still displays below the page content instead of on the left. It seems that overriding the sidebar position set by the template is a little more involved than just changing the class in the div generated by sidebar.php.
I see that div #main still displays a class=sidebar_right. And even if I override this to sidebar_left through FireBug, the sidebar still shows at the bottom of the page and the rest of the page gets pretty messed up.
Quickly reaching the limit of my troubleshooting expertise here. Help!!
CONGRATULATIONS!! You did it. That works like a charm. Thank you very much. :-)
After digging around a bit I now see that this may be a larger problem than I first realized.
It seems that if you activate variable products, not only does the ability to set a single price for all variations disappear from the admin page, but also the “add to bag” and product price disappear from all the product scrollers, related items and upsells sections.
This makes sense because if a product is variable, I’m guessing the system doesn’t know which variation to “add to the bag” until the user first selects a variation from the single product page. Also, the product scrollers don’t know which price to display because the system allows for different prices for each variation.
The logical thing would be for there to be a setting in the Admin interface where you can set the product pricing as either a single price for all variations or a different price for each variation. Please tell me such a setting exists and that I just haven’t discovered it yet. :-)
Hi Devin and Mya,
Unfortunately, this latest suggestion still doesn’t work. I have cleared my browser cache, I have hard-refreshed my page several times. I have tried it in both Safari and Firefox and all the sub-categories are still highlighting in both browsers.
Are you able to get this to work on your local copy?
Hi Mya and Ismael,
Just checking on the status of this. It’s been a month since I first posted this issue and I still don’t have a working solution. Would really appreciate if we could get this resolved in the next couple of days. Thank you.
Hi Myla, I tried your suggestion but no luck — the sub-categories are all still highlighted. I can email you my custom.css if that would help. Please tell me where to send it. Thanks.
I sent an email to you 3 days ago. Could you please confirm that you received it. Is there any update?
I sent you the email yesterday. Please confirm that you received it. Thanks.
Thanks Dude. categorytinymce solved the problem pretty well. Would have been nice to include the Propulsion slider at the top of each shop category page but a static image embedded with categorytinymce is almost as good. Thanks for the suggestion.
Wow! No wonder I was so confused. You are right that WP image/media management doesn’t work very well. Thank you for this excellent description of the current state of affairs. I too hope that WP 3.5 cleans this up. What a mess. Thanks again.
Unfortunately that doesn’t work either.
The issue is that when a parent category is selected, all the child categories of that parent are also automatically selected when only the parent category should be selected.
Any further suggestions?
Still struggling to resolve this issue with the positioning of the sidebar on my shop category page.
The solution described above works well on my shop overview page but on the shop category pages the sidebar is floating to the bottom of the page below the products. As a reminder, I need my Default Page Layout set to “right sidebar” but I want to override this and have a left sidebar on ALL shop pages.
Thanks for your help.
Sorry but that’s not working either. If you let me know how to send you the login details for my site, you can take a look at it yourself.