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will that code make the width global? Or can I adjust it on a page-by-page basis?
Thank you!November 5, 2014 at 2:02 am in reply to: Inserting Script into Child Theme Header File using Functions #346310
Thanks for the tip, however, I am looking to keep the header, nav and slider as full-width, and control the width of the content on the page beneath that. The body class you suggested affects the entire page container, which is not what I’m looking to adjust. I am thinking custom css classes for the color sections are the way to go…what do you think? Will that work well responsively?
Looks like it was just a quirk on this particular computer, don’t know why. Looks great everywhere else and in other browsers. Oh well. But thanks for the padding tip!
Hmm. Having some problems.
Here’s the link…
Trying to stylize the h1 and the subheader in the special header box.
h1 is MARCUS JANSEN PROGRAM and
subheader is Digitally Printed Catalog
I added the code to functions, and in the special header I added the class remco-special-headers
Then I added the following to my quick css
that didn’t work, so i also tried
what i’d like to do is play around with the text-transform and letterspacing of the h1, and make the subheader italic and a different color. what is the best way to do it? I don’t really care which way it gets done, as long as it won’t affect the styling of the rest of the site’s h1 tags, and it’s easy enough to do across many portfolio items that i have now, and whatever is to come. thank you!!!
brilliant! this should be a standard feature! i will try this out and let you know how it goes.
Thank you! I will add those in and see how they work. What I’d like to do exactly is name the proper class so I can tinker with those elements on my portfolio page, and not H1, H2, etc., elsewhere on the site.
Specifically, the font-family, text-transform, letter-spacing, font-style and weight. The H tags elsewhere all default to bold and all caps, which is OK with me, but on the portfolio pages I’d like to make them a little different, and still keep the hierarchy of having h1 and h2 tags.
Make sense? Thanks again!May 29, 2014 at 2:40 am in reply to: How to remove logo in header until sticky header is activated #271579February 21, 2014 at 4:28 am in reply to: Restyling my front page portfolio and resizing the images #227232February 17, 2014 at 4:28 am in reply to: Restyling my front page portfolio and resizing the images #224740
I tried that, and when I do, it adds 56px of white space to the bottom of the photo box. It does not make the images any larger.
See this screen shot…
The images are still 308px x 229px. Only the box got larger, not the images.
How can I get the images to fill that extra space? Thanks!February 17, 2014 at 2:15 am in reply to: Restyling my front page portfolio and resizing the images #224714
How can I add 56px to the top of the picture box, so that I see more of the picture?
Right now the box is 308px x 229px. I would like to make it 308 x 285.
TonyFebruary 17, 2014 at 12:58 am in reply to: Restyling my front page portfolio and resizing the images #224674
I attached a screen shot of what is wrong, it now looks like each box in the portfolio grid is shorter, and the titles do not display, they are cut off at the bottom.
I posted the screen shot because I don’t want my site looking like this while we try to figure out the solution. If you can reference the screen shot, I may have to revert my site back to the old look while I try to figure this out. Are there any other files that control the size of the boxes in the portfolio grid?
TonyFebruary 16, 2014 at 8:43 pm in reply to: Restyling my front page portfolio and resizing the images #224585
Doesn’t seem to work, quite a few things wrong with it. Please check out my site and you will see what happens…
Like i said, I am looking to get bigger picture windows on the portfolio grid, this seems to have shrunk them down?
FYI the code in the avia.js wasn’t on line 1199 it was on line 630.
Thanks for your fast response.
TonyFebruary 16, 2014 at 5:03 pm in reply to: Restyling my front page portfolio and resizing the images #224544
Here is a mockup, please see the box in the middle of the row.
Thank you!February 10, 2014 at 10:19 pm in reply to: Remove portfolio overlay on home page, change portfolio titles font #221875
Feel kind of silly, I hadn’t updated my portfolio in a while and after some digging I realized they were the captions on the photos, showing through on the front page at the larger column sizes. Removed the captions, problem solved.
Found the selectors I was looking for as well. I need some patience! Thank you!
The tagline was set when I first set up the site, it has always been filled out, it’s just not appearing where it should. It should read “A family-owned print shop since 1961.” So I think there is still something wrong somewhere in the header file. I wish I was technically savvy enough to figure it out myself!
Thanks again for your help!
here it is…thank you!
$avia_page_title = get_bloginfo('name') . ' | ' . (is_home() ? get_bloginfo('description') : wp_title('', false));
I re-installed and found the snippet and made the edit, but I still do not have a title on my home page. It worked for my other pages, but not the main one…
My home page used to have our tag line in the title bar.
Thanks for the response…I have searched the header and cannot find that snippet of code. There is no phrase ‘deactivate_seo’ or even the phrase ‘seo’ anywhere in the header.php of angular. Is there a variant of that snippet I could modify?
Turns out that for various reasons I had to deactivate this particular SEO plugin, and now, once again, I do not have the titles in the browser bar. Is there a way to get the titles to appear without the use of a third party plug-in? Why don’t they just appear as part of the theme? Thanks!