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I forgot to mention that I’m also using a child theme. Can the code that you are recommending be included in the child theme so that it doesn’t have to be reinstalled everytime Enfold changes?
What’s the purpose of offering the advanced editor in the posts if it isn’t going to act like the default editor? BTW, when the initial blog posts were created there was no advanced editor available for posts.
I rebuilt the page using the default editor and I unchecked the social sharing buttons, the social sharing buttons are still showing up. What’s causing this issue?
I found the issue is that the individual post is overwritten by the global setting which is the default from the theme settings. That’s messed up. There truly needs to be more and better global theme setting capabilities. And, that the individual post settings over rule the global setting.
There needs to be a better and simpler way of installing and managing custom fonts. No different than the way you allow the use of Google fonts.
I was just letting you know. I didn’t know where the issue was from I will tell the plugin developer your finding.
To do that I need an email address to be assigned to it.
FYI. As soon as I deactivated CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ everything was working correctly. As I told the tech support for the plugin, here is what I observed.
1. The TinyMCE editor wasn’t working, especially the insert/edit hyperlinks.
2. The dropdown/flyout navigation on WordPress stopped working.
3. When updating plugins the select all functionality wasn’t working and had to manually select each of the plugins to update.
4. When going to Enfold theme customizer page all the navigation was missing.
5. In the Broken Links Checker plugin none the commands would work.
6. When I went to the Appearances > Themes page and clicked on the theme details. The theme detail popup window wouldn’t load.
I’d still like to get this glossary plugin to work or I need to find a glossary plugin that allows multiple glossaries and not mess up the design.
FYI, the support forum here is/has been giving me a lot of problems when submitting a response. I get a blank screen after hitting the submit button and then when I reload the page there is an error message about duplicate post.December 7, 2014 at 7:45 pm in reply to: Sidebar issue when using CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ plugin #364343
How about Kriesi incorporating more plugins into your theme, like X theme from Themeco does. CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ is supposed to be one of the top 5 glossary plugins according to multiple reviews. Furthermore, it is the only glossary plugin that allows for developing multiple glossaries.
I’m extremely disappointed in Kriesi and the lack of support for their product.December 6, 2014 at 5:21 am in reply to: Sidebar issue when using CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ plugin #364017
Please read my notes again. I said that the glossary shortcode was and is in a 1/1 text block on the glossary page. I only put it is a code block after Elliot told me to and it didn’t work.
There is no problem with the site or the sidebar when there is no color section used on any page. The problem is clearly a conflict between the color section and the plugin. And, as I said above, the problem happens not only on the glossary page but any page that has a color section and the copy, content or navigation has a word (term) in the glossary. Furthermore, on those pages, the tooltip popup does not activate as well.
Quite frankly, I’m sick of both Kriesi and the plugin developer passing the blame onto each other. Someone has to come up with a solution.December 5, 2014 at 6:47 pm in reply to: Sidebar issue when using CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ plugin #363746
I have to say I’m extremely disappointed in both Kriesi and CM Plugins. Both of you are passing the buck onto each other instead of actually trying to figure out the problem and fixing it.
Furthermore, the color section and the glossary issue is site wide. I’d have to eliminate color sections or sidebars throughout the entire site, which isn’t a good thing for the site design.
I did a search of the active plugin files. The Glossary.php file has 80 echo statements.
December 4, 2014 at 8:00 pm in reply to: Sidebar issue when using CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ plugin #363191December 4, 2014 at 7:18 pm in reply to: Sidebar issue when using CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ plugin #363145December 4, 2014 at 6:25 pm in reply to: Sidebar issue when using CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ plugin #363090
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One suggestion to Kriesi and all the other premium themes. This information needs to be included in your descriptions for your software. I got hooked by the design capabilities but had no idea that there would be this issue.
Dude … Thanks for the advise. I was unaware of the PHP memory limit issue until recently when I started using the premium themes from Themeforest. I’ve definitely started searching for a new hosting provider. Based on my research over the past few days there are a lot of people and businesses in the same situation with hosts restricting PHP memory limit. To top it off none of the hosting services post their PHP memory limit on their website. You have to ask them or find it in hosting reviews.
Well I guess I have to find a different hosting service since our current host absolutely will not provide more than 64 MB of PHP memory.
To be quite honest theme designers like Kriesi keep adding more and more features — in most cases per the desires of theme buyers — but fail to take into consideration a business’ webhosting limitations. Then you have Auttomatic and WordPress adding more to their platforms. So it is becoming more and more problematic to fully utilize premium theme capabilities when you have hosting services limiting PHP to only 64 MB.
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I’m using Jetpack, WordPress SEO, Gravity Forms and W3 Total Cache among a few others, As soon as Jetpack is activated with W3 Total Cache and WordPress SEO activated I can’t add any other plugins. Unless I delete the entire installation and start from scratch, but then when there is a WP update all hell breaks out. I never had this issue when I used bytesforall’s atahualpa theme.
I’ve been conducting research on the problem the last few hours since creating this thread. It seems that many of the premium WordPress themes that are using some form of visual composition editor are having huge PHP memory issues. For example, Themeco’s ‘X’ theme’s has 3 applications running more than 128m of memory each and pulling from several connections. Themeco responded to the post stating the Visual Composer is one of the 3 applications within theme that is heavily utilizing PHP resources. All the complaints in the Themeforest show that shared hosting plans from a wide variety of hosting services are having the most problems.
I really have to wonder if Kriesi’s Avia Framework and visual composition tool/application is one of the reasons we are having so many problems.
The following is one of the numerous fatal error messages we’ve been getting since upgrading to WP 3.8.2.
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1966080 bytes) in /wp-includes/SimplePie/Item.php on line 2736. Every time I turn off all of the plugins and try to activate them one at a time I get a different error message.
February 20, 2014 at 5:36 am in reply to: Enfold Child theme not showing up in Appearances on the WP admin panel #226593
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I rename all of the versions before uploading the new one, but I deleted the 2.4.5 and 2.5 just to make sure there aren’t any problems. Thanks.February 19, 2014 at 7:09 pm in reply to: Enfold Child theme not showing up in Appearances on the WP admin panel #226374
So your recommendation is to delete all the old versions of Enfold and only leave 2.5.2 in place.February 19, 2014 at 6:53 pm in reply to: Enfold Child theme not showing up in Appearances on the WP admin panel #226361
Overnight the child theme disappeared for the installed themes section of the WordPress Admin. The two versions 2.5 and 2.4.5 of Enfold showed up but the child theme magically disappeared. Therefore, WordPress automatically defaulted to Twenty Fourteen.
I went into the domain through FileZilla to see if the child theme theme had mysteriously disappeared. The enfold-child folder along with style.css and all the other files for the child theme were in place in the folder.
I downloaded the latest version of Enfold 2.5.2 and installed it.
After watching your child theme video, I extracted the css file made some modifications to the description and theme name and overwrote the style.css file with the new one. A miracle happened. The child theme showed up again in the installed themes and I activated it.
The issue now is I have to rebuild all the settings in the child theme, which is a royal pain in the butt.
I figured it out. Need to add an author plugin. Sorry to have wasted your time, but I would highly recommend that you add a more robust author information feature to the theme.