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November 20, 2014 at 9:43 pm in reply to: Since WordPress 4.0.1 Update all my slideshows are gone #354462November 12, 2014 at 11:12 pm in reply to: How to center the copyright notice at the bottom of the site ? #350439
I mean that it doesn’t work when i have my site in a stretched layout mode, opposed to a boxed. It’s set to stretched now so you can see the difference.
I found the culprit! It was the demo pages that somehow made the error, i removed the color section and added a new one and then it worked!!
But it doesn’t seem to make any difference ? :-(
Surely there must be a way to precisely set which part of the image that will be shown ?
I tried cropping images to the ratio that i will be using in this case (1310x450px) but there is no way to get it centered and to show the full frame ?
Anyone got a idea how to get it to work, or a solution how to get a image to be displayed like i want ?
Found the root of the issue.. seems to be that the plugin WordPress SEO av Joost de Valk was the culprit. Once inactive the blogg worked..
It’s not the grid thumbnails I’m having issue with, but the ajax portfolio once you open it. Is there a way to have the images scale down to fit the preview window instead of cropping to a square ?
Hmm i just tried making a new portfolio entry and then it worked ? Which means i can’t use my existing portfolio entry from Angular ?
Thanx for the image, i try that but when i press save it’s added to the default editor ? nothing is added to the preview text editor below it ?
And nothing shows ajax portfolio ?
This guide helped me.
Ok i got it sorted, was a lot easier once i removed the the old angular theme folder.
Also is there anywhere i can read the benefits/changes from going to 1.4 to 1.6.5 ?
Nick if you have the time could you please check my site again and see if you see an improvement ?
The plugin that required webmaster to install was a no go sadly, smush.it seems to be very unstable.
So i downloaded all the image and ran them thru a batch optimizer and uploaded them again.
Thanx for explaining the cause of the problem, really appreciate it!!
So i guess i have to upload all the images again (after i optimized them in photoshop ) ?
Or are there a more efficient way, maybe a plugin that optimize all the images already uploaded ?
If not, is the best method to optimize the images with Photoshops “save for web” method, or is there another way you recommend ?
Again much appreciated for your help!
Can you check my site, it seems it’s the responsiveness is broken ?
I can’t get it to resize like the demo page in my browser. And on my iphone it looks like this.
Just to confirm that it happens on safari 6.0 and OSX 10.8 (mountain lion) so it certainly seems to be a bug with safari.
Hi Devin, it happens on all my mac’s iv tested with latest OSX and Safari (5 mac’s in total) so it’s isolated to Safari for sure, since i can’t replicate the issue on either Chrome or Firefox. However it’s still troublesome as some potential clients will look at the site with safari.