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  • Any ideas? I’m stumped! 100% seperate database / db prefix etc it’s just the enfold.css getting mixed up

    in reply to: Very weird issue: Site 2 CSS is styling Site 1 CSS…? #467959

    Yeah I know, that’s exactly what I want. BUT I’m updating Site B and it’s only updating Site A – but only the colours from theme options, other options, settings and content are independent. It’s all down to enfold.css.

    Is the enfold.css file location cached by the theme somewhere? It’s the only thing I can explain as to why that CSS is being overwritten, like it’s using the wrong enfold.css file…

    in reply to: Way to bring latest 4 portfolio items to homepage? #49690

    Got it. Thanks.

    in reply to: No RSS feed images #31692

    Hi James,

    I altered the code and changed the thumbnail size in ‘Settings’ –> ‘Media’ in wordpress admin. All (new) images are now at desired size. As newscast uses Tim Thumb across the site for thumbnails and not the WordPress thumbnail settings (150x150px), it works a charm.

    in reply to: No RSS feed images #31690

    No. I want images to appear in the actual RSS feed.

    I know there’s a plugin for adding thumbnails from an image attachment into the feed, but when using only ‘Featured Images’ with this theme, no images show.

    I added a few lines of code into functions.php:

    function insertThumbnailRSS($content) {
    global $post;
    if ( has_post_thumbnail( $post->ID ) ){
    $content = '' . get_the_post_thumbnail( $post->ID, 'thumbnail' ) . '' . $content;
    return $content;

    add_filter('the_excerpt_rss', 'insertThumbnailRSS');
    add_filter('the_content_feed', 'insertThumbnailRSS');

    …but that only adds a tiny thumbnail into the main feed and doesn’t add anything into the category feeds

    i’m stuck…

    in reply to: Add link to footer pictures #31680

    No probs…

    in reply to: Changing color of category menu buttons #31667

    The only way around that would be to remove the image from the CSS (or crop it to not include the navigation), then add the colours to the navigation like normal (change the .catnav class).

    in reply to: Add link to footer pictures #31677

    I see. We need to line the text on the right up with the image on the left.

    go back to the original code and just add the links in:

    <p class="small_block"><a href=""><img class="ie6fix noborder alignleft" src="<?php echo bloginfo('template_url'); ?>/images/skin1/kivet-logo.png" alt="Kiváló Építési Termék"></a>A Beregszászi-Trade Kft. rendelkezik Kiváló Építési Termék tanúsító védjeggyel.</p>

    in reply to: Add link to footer pictures #31675

    Hi there,

    This is simple HTML.

    For example, your current image is:

    <img alt="ÉMI logó" src="" />

    To add a link to it, you would change it to:

    <a href="http://WWW.LINKHERE.COM"><img src="" alt="ÉMI logó" /></a>

    The Kivet logo for your pdf would be:

    <a href=""><img src="" alt="Kiváló Építési Termék" /></a>

    The last one above, will then appear like:

    Kiváló Építési Termék

    Try that.

    in reply to: Changing color of category menu buttons #31665

    The buttons in the main navigation aren’t the normal CSS styling used in most sites. from the very top of the page, all the way down to below an inch of the menu is actually an image.

    Look for an image called bg.png in the images folder.

    Hope this helps.

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