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  • in reply to: submenus above page title, not in dropdowns #303085

    That was quick :) Thanks Josue, that’s what i was looking for. It’s lines #820 to #873

    in reply to: submenus above page title, not in dropdowns #303063

    Great thanks.
    Just had another idea… enfold has this option where for pages that have sub-pages, a sidebar menu is added automatically. Essentially, all i want is to move that menu below the navigation menu. Could you please tell me which files handle that automatic sidebar sub-menu ?

    in reply to: submenus above page title, not in dropdowns #302677

    Thanks Josue, i know of megamenus, used them quite a bit.
    What i wanted is different because i want the submenu to be displayed all the time, not just on hover.
    Essentially adding another <div> between the menu div and the title+breadcrumbs div. Or putting this inside the menu div.

    in reply to: enfold style transparent header #302676

    ok, thanks, topic can be closed.

    in reply to: Masonry tiles with no link #302673

    Thanks a lot Josue, helped me solve it.
    For anyone else that might be interested, here’s how.

    the line to edit is #678, that is this :
    $this->loop[$key]['url'] = get_permalink($id);
    I have a custom post type called “tile”, so for those i want to disable the link. That is done with this conditional added to immediately after the line above
    if (strpos($this->loop[$key]['url'], '/tile/') !== FALSE) $this->loop[$key]['url']='#';
    This checks if /tile/ is in the url, which for custom post types it would be (replace tile with your own custom post type) and if it finds it, it replaces the link with a simple #. Adding this rather than changing the line above ensures the links still work for all other post types (folio, blog, etc)

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  radugidei.
    in reply to: woocommerce change password endpoint not working #301610

    Hi Ismael, i have elevated your credentials so you can check.
    Making pages with shortcodes should not be required any more in the new version of WooCommerce.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by  radugidei. Reason: kriesi user elevated to administrator status
    in reply to: Masonry tiles with no link #301607

    I figured full code might be too much to ask, but do you mind telling me which files to look into ? I can add the checkbox and do that part, but i can’t find the right file to edit how masonry works.
    For example, changing the way masonry outputs different post types or formats ? For example, make the quote post format not clickable, or a custom post type?

    in reply to: woocommerce change password endpoint not working #294239
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    in reply to: woocommerce change password endpoint not working #293448

    Hi Ismael,

    Thanks for the solution, but it doesn’t work, the lost password link still redirects to the ‘my account’ page.
    Any other ideas ?

    this last line of code
    $url['account_change_pw'] = wc_customer_edit_account_url();
    should not work anyway, as it would redirect to my account page.
    tried it with
    wc_lostpassword_url();
    as per woo commerce codex, but this does not work either.
    Other ideas ?

    in reply to: Sliders not working : homepage and portfolio #237684

    Don’t want to open another thread for this, but the slider text on Coherence has its contents go out of bounds (to the right) on Safari (Mac & PC).
    Is there an easy fix to that ?

    in reply to: Sliders not working : homepage and portfolio #237680

    You’re right, sorry for that. I had uploaded the updated version as a separate theme, but not activated it.
    The Coherence one works now, will test Angular later.

    Thanks for the help and sorry for the confusion.

    in reply to: Sliders not working : homepage and portfolio #237666
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    in reply to: portfolio thumbnail mobile layouts #83698

    Hi Devin,

    Thanks for taking a look.

    I thought the code i added only resized the slider image, didn’t know it affected the portfolio thumbnails as well.

    Do you know how i could keep those CSS rules for the slider image but make them not affect the thumbnails ?

    Kind regards,

    Radu Gidei

    in reply to: portfolio thumbnail mobile layouts #83696

    Devin,

    I’ve tried regenerating the thumbnails, didn’t do anything. I’ve sent you a link by email, please have a look and let me know what else i can do.

    Kind regards,

    Radu

    in reply to: Current menu Item – CSS Rule #84418

    this is the HTML source that you need to take a look at (example on Policies page)

    Code:
    <div class=”menu-topnav-container”>
    <ul id=”menu-topnav-1″ class=”menu”>
    <li class=”menu-item menu-item-type-post_type menu-item-object-page current-page-ancestor current-menu-ancestor current-menu-parent current-page-parent current_page_parent current_page_ancestor menu-item-3816″>About Us
    <ul class=”sub-menu”>
    <li class=”menu-item menu-item-type-post_type menu-item-object-page menu-item-3614″>Why Choose Us?
    <li class=”menu-item menu-item-type-post_type menu-item-object-page current-menu-item page_item page-item-15 current_page_item menu-item-3615″>Policies
    <li class=”menu-item menu-item-type-post_type menu-item-object-page menu-item-3645″>Contact Us

    The problem is that your CSS code doesn’t seem to target any of those classes/IDs, more specifically, the #nav_menu-4 id.

    try this :

    Code:
    .menu-topnav-container ul:first-child > li.current_page_item > a{
    font-weight: bold;
    background: #f0b70c !important;
    -webkit-border-radius: 3px;
    -moz-border-radius: 3px;
    border-radius: 3px;
    }

    or

    Code:
    .menu-topnav-container ul.submenu > li.current_page_item > a{

    }

    if it doesn’t work , try using only this :

    Code:
    .current_page_item {
    font-weight: bold;
    background: #f0b70c !important;
    -webkit-border-radius: 3px;
    -moz-border-radius: 3px;
    border-radius: 3px;
    }

    hope it helps

    in reply to: AJAX not fixed #81565

    yes, there is something seriously wrong with portfolios with AJAX enabled.

    It might be the section that switches content when you select a category, it might happen when you switch categories too quick, it’s unpredictable.

    The only thing you can rely on is that it will fail, every time.

    It happens on all platforms & browsers.

    in reply to: Coherence goes very slow with IE8 #84415

    IE8 does not support CSS3 media queries.

    See here :

    follow the respond.js link and you should be able to set it up.

    in reply to: slider captions in IE8 #83454

    Hi Peter,

    I’ve tried W3TC and WP SuperCache (which seems better) but the problem lies with the way the theme works :

    in header.php a CSS class based on the browser is created, resulting in this being written to the HTML page :

    Code:
    <html dir=”ltr” lang=”en-US” class=”firefox firefox3 html_boxed responsive “>

    So if you use a caching plugin, it will cache the HTML page, with that declaration already there, no matter the browser. Which means if you visit the site with IE8, you might get the page with styling for firefox or chrome or vice-versa, depending what browser the visitor had when the cache was created.

    This causes more issues than i initially pointed out as IE8 generated caches lack webfonts and a lot of other things.

    Do you see a way out to fix this ?

    I would have thought Kriesi themes are optimised for caching.

    in reply to: portfolio thumbnail mobile layouts #83694

    please see the attached screenshot.

    i’ve left un-blurred an image with perfectly centred content that displays the problem.

    thanks for looking into this, Peter :)

    http://db.tt/CMpVAZgk

    if you need a link to the website, let me know where i can send it privately.

    in reply to: slider captions in IE8 #83452

    Hi Mya,

    I’ve since narrowed down what the problem is : it doesn’t play well with the WP-Super-Cache plugin (same one you guys use on kriesi.at)

    The problem is that if a fresh, non-cached page is visited on IE 8, the subsequent page page (cached) does not display well in other browsers (FF, Chrome, Safari).

    Same if it’s the other way round, a fresh page visited in Firefox/Chrome/Safari does not display well afterwards in IE.

    I’ve already specified the dynamic-css.php, slideshow.css & custom.css not to be cached, but it didn’t solve it.

    The problem with the slider is evident in these screenshots :

    http://db.tt/CGWsmkSt

    http://db.tt/j6oR9sFj

    http://db.tt/3iYLYxdD

    thanks for taking a look Mya

    in reply to: AJAX not fixed #81563

    Hi Devin,

    Any word on the Ajax fixes ?

    Kind regards,

    Radu

    in reply to: AJAX icons #81560

    thanks Devin, your code is targeting the right things now, but it’s not doing the right things.

    there’s also some typos, so here’s the code that works perfectly for me.

    it solves mobile-portrait and mobile-landscape :

    Code:
    /* Ajax Portfolio Icons corrections
    ================================================== */
    @media only screen and (max-width: 779px) {
    .responsive #top .inner_slide {
    margin-top: 40px;
    }
    .responsive #top .ajax_controlls {
    top: 15px;
    right: 162px;
    }
    }

    cheers Ismael,

    it was the

    Code:
    clear : both;

    that was giving me trouble

    in reply to: AJAX icons #81558

    thanks Devin,

    i’ve now tried the code and it works partially :

    for .avia_sortable .ajax controls { }

    top: does nothing above the value of 10px, which is does not slide the controls high enough.

    right: does nothing at all

    the only thing that works at the moment is

    Code:
    @media only screen and (max-width: 479px) {
    .inner_slide {margin-top: 20px;}}

    and this is not enough to correct the problem.

    have you tested the new code ? any other suggestions ?

    kind regards,

    Radu

    in reply to: AJAX icons #81556

    thanks Devin, i’ll give it a try, but your fix would only address the vertical issue, there is a horizontal mis-alignment as well (the X is off the canvas).

    btw, this happens in all browsers, on deskto, too, when you resize the browser window. So you don’t need a device to test it on.

    in reply to: AJAX icons #81554

    any time frame for this next update ? still waiting for a lot of ajax fixes.

    in reply to: .sub-menu issues #82087

    mrpnkt, nice progress on your site :)

    can i ask how you got the search button in the meta header ?

    also, how you got the smooth scrolling & “back to top” arrow box ?

    Cheers

    in reply to: Main Menu flickering #76487

    just to update everyone, the problem was fixed by deleting the theme and applying the updated theme Kriesi uploaded a few days ago to themeforest.

    what was causing it is still unknown to me, as it wasn’t fixed by reinstalling the theme (before the update), or by a caching plugin.

    the menus now behave properly on iOS & IE.

    in reply to: Main Menu flickering #76486

    Mya & Kriesi,

    I’ve installed a Supercache plugin, site speeds are great now, however the menu still behaves like described earlier. It doesn’t in Firefox or Chrome, but in IE on windows & Safari on iOS it is still present. Over 50% of our traffic is from IE, so please look into this further, as we need a fix.

    in reply to: Link Colour Blog / Articles #79774

    try just these in custom.css :

    a {

    color: #D54E21 !important;

    }

    a:hover {

    color: #A5441B !important;

    }

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