Forum Replies Created
October 15, 2014 at 11:21 pm in reply to: Contact Form Emails to Different Recipients Based on Form Input #336440
Thank you for the response and clarification. Do the Gravity forms plugin to Coherence to take the place of the current contact form in the Theme or do they plugin in a manner similar to Contact Form 7? I like the default layout of the theme forms and I’d like to preserve that if I can.
Thank you again,
Any idea why my quick contact form wouldn’t be working on any page but the front page?
The Captcha seems to be missing on all pages except the main page. This has happened since I updated WPML, however, I turned it off and the problem persists. The small images in JetPack sharing are also not showing up no matter how many times I deactivate and reactivate JetPack. I’m at a loss as to what is happening. Any thoughts? Right now JetPack is on so you can see the missing icon and WPML is turned off.
Can I copy my theme settings from English to all the other languages without having to rebuild everything manually?
That seems to have solved the problem, at least from my quick look at the site after activating the plugin.
I had to deactivate the plugin, which is how it is currently, in order to get the pages and post to come back up. From what I see thus far, the post for category ‘Careers’ disappears as does the pages ‘Management Team’, ‘Articles’ & ‘Vendor Terms & Conditions’ when I activate the WPML plugin. I could turn it on if you want to take a look, but basically the page appears about the same, however, those pages are missing.
Just a note, I got it to work so far, but I had to deactivate, delete and reinstall Jetpack.
Just a note, I used Google Maps, saved a map using my Gmail account and then imbedded the code in place of the previous map code. It seems to work now.
I got it figured out I think. It took a little time to get the form to send properly from both the quick form and the contact us, but all seems to be sorted out.
Alright, a bit more testing as shown me that the issue is with Contact Form 7 and the Really Simple Captcha requirement for authentication. Any thoughts on a better way to put a little form in that center part of the footer?
Okay, so I have figured out that removing the form I had previously had in the center footer widget allowed the rest of the page to work fine. The problem now is that I need that form and the theme has decided that Pages are to be the default item in that center footer. If I put something else in place it works, except if I use a text widget to add a form.
Check out this map and the way to add locations that show up similarly to the Portfolio items. Any chance this can be done? http://www.secowarwick.com/en/locations/
Can you tell me where the search bar size and formatting is?
Also, would it be possible to move the location to the other side of the social media icons?
- This reply was modified 12 months ago by Retech.
You are THE MAN!! Thank you so very much. I’ll just have to do some adjustments to sizes, but this is exactly what I was hoping for. If I have any further questions I’ll ask.
I am using Coherence as my theme and I suppose it would also be necessary to re-size the field height to match that of the social icons…or visa-versa.
- This reply was modified 12 months ago by Retech.
I figured out that I could get the overflow to not be hidden by changing: overflow: hidden; to overflow: visible;
Now it is possible to see that the caption and description are there, they are just moving down below the edge of the image window. I tried using overflow: auto; and that created a scroll bar. So I tried overflow: inherit; and that went back to showing the longer image over top of things.I am guessing it has to do with something that tells the image to become longer and the caption to go to the bottom of the image, is that possible?
Took the descriptions out that were there, saved the page, put them back in, saved the page, same problem unfortunately. I can see the descriptions moving down below the bottom border of the image when the longer images come up. It looks like they are sliding down and out of sight. The bottom border also disappears and the image edge moves right up against the light border line.
The descriptions are already there, but they slide down below the level of the slider window to the lower constraint the image used to go to I believe.
When you get to the second image (for example) you can see the caption disappear down below the level of the window. You can also see the offset image size in the placement of the magnifying glass that opens the lightbox.
Thank you, that worked for keeping the container small, however the border disappears at the bottom when a long image is there and the caption also hides down at the bottom. Is there a way to just make the longer images show up the same way as the shorter ones and include the container? http://www.retechsystemsllc.com/webdev/?page_id=364 I moved a long image to the second spot in the slider so you could see what happens.