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Okay it seems to be working for the majority of the products again Basilis.
Thanks for your help.
Nothing seems to have changed. I was wondering if there are other ways to solve the problem?
That didn’t work too well. It eliminated all of my products when I plugged that code into the CSS.
The problem seems to persist even when I have deactivated my plugins. All my updates includng WooCommerce and WordPress are up to date. Again, the two buttons “Add to Cart” and “Show Details” no longer appear when scrolling over any of my products. I have provided a link below.
Okay, fair enough. What happens if one needed support after the 12 months. Would there be an option to purchase another 6 months of help down the line?
No I’m actually referring to the title of my page. When you land on blossomsonabudget.net– the page says ‘Welcome’ – however that is not what I named the page- I named it ‘home’. If you look at the 4th footer of the same page- the blog entry says Welcome as well. Initially the title of that blog was “White and Cream Bouquet”. When I first published my new home page – instesd of reading ‘home’ it read ‘White and Cream Bouquet’ which is how I figured my new home page for whatever reason is taking on my last entry’s blog titles. When I deleted that particular blog ie)”White and Cream Bouquet” and updated my new ‘home’ page again- instead of saying ‘home’ it read “Toddmorden Mills” which as you can see on the 4th footer is the second last blog entry. So for whatever reason-my home page — which should just say ‘home’ is taking on by default the title of whatever my latest blog entry is…..I simply renamed the latest blog entry to ‘Welcome’ so that my first page when customer’s land will look proper.
The code above isn’t really what I meant so to explain better, I guess I should say I only want the little arrows to be all black rather than blocking out the whole thing.
Thank you – that worked — also is there any coding I can add to my CSS Quick code that would make all the arrows pointing to the categories black– as you can see the first two are black and the others are gray.
Thank you again,
In other words, I’d like all 9 lines above to be flushed to the left like the first two items…
Thank you for your help Elliott,
Another problem I is that I can’t get my menu products to line up nicely even though I have tried in vain to shuffle them around within the menu page of Abundance. Can you help me with this as well?
That’s precisely the problem I’m having– even though as you can see I have typed ” (Email address hidden if logged out) ” for both my admin email as well as Theme options– when a customer places an order– it has been going to my personal email ( (Email address hidden if logged out) ) and I can’t figure out why this is so…..
Here is an image:
Log in credentials are below,
Thank you very much
I guess this is a problem with Woocommerce then but I just wanted to show you what appears in the text fields of the check-out page. When customers originally land on the page the text fields display the word “on” inside. Just to reiterate, there is no code that I can plug into the CSS quick code to eliminate this?
See link below:
Could you please give me the location of your dropbox if I need to show you screenshots?
I can add any product but I went to ‘Shop’ then ‘Vase arrangements’ then picked item #Va14- the first item.
Hi Ismael- that is strange- I have no trouble addi g products and I did receive an order last night.
I have listed log in credentials below. Thanks for your help.
Okay I lied- also within the textfields of the cart page the word “on” appears inside a lot of the text fields– is there a way to eliminate this with quick CSS code?
That worked great. One more thing I need eliminated on my Check-Out page under my Delivery Date text field it says: “We will try our best to deliver your order on the specified date” I just want this whole blurb gone. Any magic CSS code? After this I think I’m good.