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June 23, 2017 at 2:37 pm in reply to: Transparant header and image background (for header) issue #812124
I understand you can’t build it for me (personally). But it is a bug, isn’t it?
When it was build as it should be, this could be chnaged with some css. But because this is so embedded in how the transparent header works, it’s quite complicated. It’s like they didn’t think of background images in this resolution. And when I fix it in the child theme, it will give problems with future updates.
So, basically I can’t use a header background image when using a transparent image?
Got several clients mailing (in distress), thinking they got hacked.
All got the same Wordfence message.
I hope this will be fixed quickly.
But that will remove the styling everywhere, it’s disabling < pre > function/styling which can be useful as well.
Why should it be < pre > < code > > < / code > < / pre > and not only < code > > < / code > ?
However, I think most clients will forget to put the < code > in, so the table will be broken. Isn’t there a way they can just insert this symbol?
Somehow, other themes don’t seem to have this problem.
Thank you for the swift reply.
I think I found out the origin of the problems, but not sure how to fix it yet. I created a new site, and after every step I watched or it still worked. After installing WPML, there were no problems. Until enabling the plugin ‘The events calendar’ (that’s the one mentioned at “Compatible With”, isn’t it).
After enabling that plugin, the grid lay-out and the masonary lay-out for blogs don’t work anymore. It works well for the main language, but not for the other languages. It are the enfold features which don’t work anymore, so is this for the Enfold support? Or should I contact the plugin creator?
I’ve attached all the info and the testing-site, in which you can test.July 7, 2015 at 4:31 pm in reply to: Google Maps: Custom Markers aligned on center instead of bottom #469793
Thanks for the reply. For the first website, it was something different. For the second website, the Quick CSS works indeed.
Didn’t these color settings were linked to some other style settings before? That should be a lot easier, as most clients don’t understand how to edit CSS ‘codes’.
I already disabled all the plugins, except Analytics by Yoast. As a renowed plugin, I never expected this caused the problem. But now it works, so it was a plugin indeed.
Thanks for the support!
Thank you for the quick reply! These custom css codes work, only it’s placed over all the content. So with a smaller pattern/dots, the text will also be difficult to read. Also, the buttons a.o. won’t work anymore.
MaartenMarch 12, 2014 at 5:36 pm in reply to: Google Maps: Custom Markers aligned on center instead of bottom #236417March 6, 2014 at 12:30 am in reply to: Breadcrumbs doesn't work correct after portfolio sorting (part 2) #232996
It looked like the sorting plugin made changes in the code, outside the plugin as well. So after deactivation, it still effected the theme.
So sorry, it wasn’t a theme issue. Thank you for your help!February 27, 2014 at 10:57 am in reply to: Breadcrumbs doesn't work correct after portfolio sorting (part 2) #230010January 23, 2014 at 5:32 pm in reply to: Breadcrumbs doesn't work correct after portfolio sorting #213975