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I updated to eunoia 1.2 and wordpress 3.5. I did not have jetpack installed. However, this has not solved this issue. Do you have any other ideas on how to fix this?
Sure–here it is. Thank you!
Thanks for your help. I removed the browser history/cache and reloaded, but the problem is still there. Can you help please?
Hello, Thanks–I followed your instructions, but it didn’t work. Any other ideas please?
Okay, thanks I will. If I do this though, will it over ride the changes I have added to Quick CSS or editing on the custom.css file I have made?
I should have said “content slider”. I used it as a slideshow.
When I added a fix for what I thought was a different issue–it solved this issue too. Please see “Enormous Images” topic. The fix was:
Thank you for your help!
Thank you! That solved it–I added it in the Quick CSS section.
However, I still can not find this custom.css file and I’d really like to for other tasks. I’m sorry–this probably seems so basic, but my admin nav does not seem to match what you map. I can not find wp-content or a CSS folder. I’ve looked through everything to see if I can find this and I can’t. Am I on a different wordpress version? Do I lack administrative access?
Thanks for your help.
These are my nav choices:
Voila. Problem solved. You must have viewed it after I did this work.
To answer your question, these were the browsers/OS I tested on:
mac: safari 5.1.7
mac: firefox 15.0.1
mac: chrome 22.0.1229.94
PC: Firefox 16.0.1
PC: Internet explorer 9
Thank you for your help!
I believe so. What is weird is now it’s only one post. So, I thought there was a bug in that post only, so I rebuilt from scratch using all the same settings that the posts without problems had–and it still does it. Then I thought something was embedded in an image or slideshow and I rebuilt only using text—same issue. So, I’m able to have all blog posts full width, except this one or new ones.
Thanks for your work on this.
Where do I find the css/custom.css file? Or do I add this in the Quick CSS box?
I have looked in appearance/editor/templates and it is not there. The style sheet says I can find it in themes /css/ folder. But that nav trail does not exist. I only see appearance/themes/… or theme Options/…
Forgive me–I did not have access to this administrative end–that’s why I was confused. Now, I have those permissions and can edit. Thanks!
Do you mean go to Appearence/editor/eunoia? Then look for a file called function-set-avia-frontend.php? I do not see this. I only see functions.php or functions-eunoia.php.?
After I find that code you mention, what do I do? Delete it, or edit it?
Thanks a lot for your help.
Thank you. How do I find the custom.css? Is that under Appearance/Editor? Do you have step by step instructions on editing the CSS?
Ah! I see. Okay, thanks. I didn’t want to show “home”, so I’ll have to consider what to do.
Thanks–unfortunately the plug in doesn’t seem to work but I appreciate your help.