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Found a solution to the button missing. Changed the Clear to Not Clear.
Re: capturing the page URL, still hunting for a solutions there.
This is the whole code if it helps…
<!-- Begin MailChimp Signup Form -->
<form action="URL xxx" method="post" id="mc-embedded-subscribe-form" name="mc-embedded-subscribe-form"
class="validate" target="_blank" novalidate>
<label for="mce-EMAIL">Email Address </label>
<input type="email" value="" name="EMAIL" class="required email" id="mce-EMAIL">
<input type="hidden" name="SURL" value="http://note.com/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -page-url">
<input type="hidden" name="SOURCE" value="Wordpress">
<div id="mce-responses" class="clear">
<div class="response" id="mce-error-response" style="display:none"></div>
<div class="response" id="mce-success-response" style="display:none"></div>
</div> <div class="clear"><input type="submit" value="Subscribe" name="subscribe" id="mc-
I’ve discovered a number of threads now which have lead me to http://wpml.org/documentation/theme-compatibility/ – I see a number of themes have been cleared as usable as well as the new Propulsion. As it seems, this is the best way to get an entire site translated…
I’ve found an unusual solution. Instead of trying to hide the page from the structure (which looked complicated), I’ve simply redirected the page :) This plugin did the trick.
Site is in maintenance mode… anyhow here’s a screenshot… Instead of horizontal listing, trying to make each item underneath.
Looking for the right code to add to the php widget file.
That worked a treat, I now have a 4th tab :)
One thing, currently the links go horizontally across the tab, how do I make them into a vertical list?
Thanks, Dude. I can see that change, though the gap under the related posts is quite big before the ‘top’ hr arrives, ie. about an inch, would prefer it be more like a 1cm, or equal distance with the hr above the related posts. Is that a simple CSS change?
Thanks for that, will give it a try today.
Appreciate the support.
Thanks for the reply.
The site has a maintenance plugin currently running, Dude has a UN and password.
Here’s an example URL: http://internettimealliance.com/wp/2011/11/12/about-the-alliance-video/
PaulDecember 3, 2011 at 8:46 am in reply to: Collapse/Expand Blog Posts, ala. G+ ME Style Posts #57403
I found a way to add padding to CSS, it looks better now… a closing HR under the related posts may look better though…
}December 1, 2011 at 4:11 pm in reply to: Collapse/Expand Blog Posts, ala. G+ ME Style Posts #57401
Thanks for the reply. I was hoping that you may say that the inbuilt toggle function may be able to be used for this idea. I do understand that this goes outside of the scope of the support. On the other hand, I’m not sure I have the technical skills to amend the template code to achieve this, which leaves me in a catch 22. Ideally I’d like to stick with your theme and coding rather than an external plugin. Mmm… so, is there any way I could pay a small amount for you or Kriesi to help me achieve this? If not, could you perhaps recommend someone who could help – the reason I ask you guys is you know your own coding and this would save time and add much value.
Look forward to hearing from you, and thanks again for the encouragement.
WP DB Backup worked fine on internettimealliance.com, it downloaded the backup file.
When I tried it on my own site simbeckhampson.com it said it was successful but no file was downloaded.
I tried it then by ‘send by email’ again said successful, but no email arrived. Sent a support request to the developer
but as yet have not heard back.
Re: Where to install
I’ve now got access to the server and see that another installation of wordpress was installed on the root. That installation uses the .org domain name. It is setup to redirect to the .com domain name.
I’m now thinking, for ease, install the new template in the /wp/ folder and leave as is.
That seems to be the less complicated route??
Thanks. Just noticed they have no backup software installed… top tip?
Just referred to your plugin list… will check out WP DB Backup…
Update: Prefer the one above too – clean and simple – thanks for the tip.
Ok, that sounds simple enough. Once it’s found and replaced everything and the transfer is confirmed OK, I can then just delete the /wp/ folder, yes? I’m pretty sure the answer to that (stupid) question is yes, but just checkin’ :)
Would I include the “http://” in the search?
ie. Search: http://internettimealliance.com/wp/
Replace with: http://internettimealliance.com
Thanks for the reply Dude, and thanks for confirming my suspicions.
FYI – My site is http://simbeckhampson.com, I just tested the WP Maintenance mode, it has some nice pre-designed templates which makes it better than the plugin I was using – thanks for that.
I’m going to be designing the Corona site on http://internettimealliance.com – as you’ll see the /wp/ is still in place.
Q. What do I do with the install on /wp/ sub directory? Should I delete it? What’s the best order of events? I was thinking…
1) Use SimpleScripts* to install a fresh version on wordpress on the root.
2) Install WP Maintenance and leave a link to our G+ Business page, for example.
3) Copy and paste content from the /wp/ installation to the new root install OR migrate posts, images etc… (not sure how to do that) — There is not so much content, but it would be hand if I could migrate the content there as I’ll be using it during the new build.
4) Delete the /wp/ installation completely so that there is only one WP copy.
5) Begin with a fresh WP and install Corona
*SimpleScripts, http://www.simplescripts.com/ – this looks like a simple way to install a fresh copy of WP in the main root.
Appreciate any tips you give – looking forward to extracting the Corona zip!!
Hi Team Kriesi,
Just signed up for the Corona Theme and wanted to firstly congratulate you on an excellent job. Over the coming days I’ll begin building our site and I hope everything goes smoothly. One of the considerations I had when choosing your company was the support. It was great to see that you were ‘on the ball’ with a busy forum giving timely responses. +1
Anyhow, my first question, is actually the same as Andy’s above…
Hope to hear from you soon,