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Perhaps if you put a “ADVANCED USERS ONLY” type comment next to it? Anyway, it has my vote to become part of the admin :)
Cheers, thanks again
Sweet, thanks Josue, I will have a play with that. Looks good.
Is there a reason you haven’t implemented this as a tick box option in the Enfold Admin e.g.: “Turn on Advanced CSS Field?” ?
That would be awesome and would simplify it for most people I would think.
Otherwise, will I need to re-add that line in functions.php every time there is a theme update?
Really appreciate your help with this.
Great, thanks for that I’ll take a look at it.
If this sort of functionality could be built into the visual composer it would HUGELY extend the layout capabilities of Enfold (which is already my favourite theme!).
Thanks for you help
Cheers Josue, but won’t that affect each column that I use all over the site? I would love to have the flexibility to use different colours on different pages and break things up into coloured blocks/sections.
being able to add iconfonts to any menu items would be great.
Also being able to control the menu font separate to the other fonts would be nice, as would being able to customise the breadcrumb bar colour separate to other alternate colours.
October 24, 2013 at 1:25 am in reply to: Home Slideshow "Ghosted" areas not working properly #180017
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I can confirm I had the same issue, and once I found this and put that code back in it works fine again.
Please add this code back in to a future upgrade if possible.
A nice thing would be to have the 404 page be an actual wordpress page, that can be edited in just the same fashion as any other page. This would be very helpful for those who don’t want/know how to edit the code of the file to the extent that they would like.
thanks for your helpful reply. Will look forward to the next theme update. Any ETA on that?
ok fair enough.
Hopefully the colour section limitation could consider being addressed in a future update.
Thanks for your help.
oh and also, could you comment on what I found with the Tab headings showing up a “1″ if there is no text, only font-icons used? Cheers.
Thanks for the reply.
I’m not sure why colour sections should always be fullwidth. Is it possible to have an option on them to turn that off, to allow more flexibility of design? This seems to be an unnecessary limitation?
I understand with the socket menu. Sorry, I missed the text that mentioned that point. Just found it. I guess I can create another menu to put there instead as an easy fix. thanks.
ah ok, thanks. At least I’m not going crazy then.
Thanks for looking into it. I have the form working by shortening the text. here: http://www.artworksframing.com.au/contact/
But as a suggestion, if Kriesi doesn’t end up changing the way he generates fields, then at least could you include a little “Use no more than X characters” in the theme setup section so it doesn’t break.
But thanks again, appreciate it.
Nope, didn’t have any special characters that I can remember, just plain english characters, no symbols etc. It seemed it was purely the length of text in the Label field, not the actual Text Area field, which i know sounds weird. Have you tested the length with say two or three sentances as the label?
Ok wow, that is highly illogical but so glad it works! Thank you, have been scratching my head with this one for months now!
REALLY appreciate the brilliant support given for Kriesi’s themes, thank you.
Thank you SO MUCH! That worked brilliantly.
Once again I am so impressed with the support from your team. My next theme purchase will be a Kreisi theme no doubt :)
That’s got it, thanks a lot.
I’m having real problems with firefox 10 and page caching issues with my wordpress setup. It’s not recognising any changes I make at all – even just standard page updates. I have cleared FF’s cache a million times, as well as the WordPress cache plugin I am using, but nothing is fixing it.
Chrome is showing everything up fine though.
It’s driving me crazy!
can the buttons be moved to something like on this page perhaps?
http://www.microstockman.com/microstock-blog/ (scroll down to the bottom and you’ll see 5 buttons)
Hi chris, I added you code exactly as you had it in the Quick CSS section and nothing changed. I mean, Nothing. Not a single thing on the whole site, I even tried crazy values like 1500 and still nothing.
Any other ideas?
I hope you can see my issue, another example here…
See the 4 buttons to go the the different archive pages overlap the tags on the third post.
Broadscope based site with some tweaks thanks to the very helpful guys here.
Also, I tried updating to the latest style.css file from Kresi today, but it mucked the mega menu up, creating weird boxes in it, so have reverted back.
Still haven’t received an email response from you. Could you PLEASE help me on this asap??
That worked nicely (although the comment section was right-aligned for some reason), but it add’s it to all pages.
How can I add it to just certain pages? (basically, about half the pages on my site) and get it aligned properly as well.
“WordPress is simple, it just takes some getting used to :) ” – ha, if only that were true… :)
Na, your right, it all has been good to use except for shifting the site across and now these annoying bugs.
Sorry Chris, but I’m a little confused at your response tho – you mention fixing it, but I can’t see it fixed? Do you mean you got it fixed but reverted it to figure out more?
Also, I just tried changing the home page through the “Broadscope” sections preferences, and it didn’t even change – why is that?
I look forward to getting your email response on these issues, including the Blog page suddenly losing all its settings.
Thanks again, you really are a life saver
I just checked the site, and since you have had a look at the menu bug, for some reason now the “Blog” page is not showing properly – not sure if you changed this in any way in playing around?
It has lost its sidebar widgets, as well as its featured image.
I cannot seem to get them back. Could you please take a look?
Ahhh and I thought wordpress was meant to be simple…