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Hi there – from my side: really BIG APOLOGIES.
Finally I found out that the webspace on the account was at limit. I asked the hoster about this BEFORE I posted here, struggled for days now with the image-upload – and in the end I found the account panel stating that there was no more space in the account.
Changed hosting company right away; now everything works as it should.
Sorry for wasting your time.
well – the image you uploaded in yr screencast is only 170k “heavy”.
Problems occur once the files are 3MB and larger, like this one
I tried the plugin but without success.
I’ll give the thread on wordpress.org a closer look – later the day.
Some additional information.
In the php.ini i set the following values
upload_max_filesize = 12M
post_max_size = 12M
Which is effective as I can see here
PHP Version is 5.56
I get no rejections to upload files via FTP at any size. But the WP-image uploader does not accept files >3M
Kind regards, Katharina
Hi – and thanks for coming back to this.
I’m working with WP 4.0 / Enfold 2.9.2 (all in a complete fresh installation, no update-runs)
and yes: I went through the process of deactivating the plugins before I posted here.
Hi there – I’m facing exactly the same problem.
There is no explaining error description; it only says “HTTP Error” once imgs get larger.
Settings – Media allows imgs up to 4000 x 6000px
Changed browser: same prob
Switching off Enfold – image upload works.
But – switching off Enfold is not what I want ;-)
You will find a solution, I’m sure.
Best regards, KatharinaSeptember 15, 2014 at 9:21 am in reply to: Plugin conflict with Codecanyon's "Content timeline" #319082
thanks a lot; works like charm. As always with your outstanding support.
Best regards KatharinaSeptember 14, 2014 at 1:33 pm in reply to: Plugin conflict with Codecanyon's "Content timeline" #318856
Hello Josue – and thanks for the answer.
Well, I went this way initially but I don’t want to disable the Enfold lightbox for the whole project. Is it possible to disable it on a per-page basis? Thanks again,
best regards Katharina
Hi, in the end it turned out to come from something completely different. My fault as I always thought.
The texts were inserted into the toggles via copy/paste from an email – not via an editor like notepad ++
This resulted to the fact, that german umlauts like “ä” were read like a¨
IE in non-compatibility-mode does not read this properly, toggles did not work.
Texts now are inserted fresh via notepad++ and everything is fine.
Thanks to the team for supporting!
- This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by ykblue.
Thanks for your suggestions.
Checking without the plugins is something I did before posting here last month.
As on a different page
everything works fine under IE 11; I still assume having done something wrong while layouting the page.
Would be great if you could check this again. Thanks in advance
Hi Ismael, thanks for answering.
No add-ons / plugins active (I’m only using IE for testing purposes like this one).
Actually, once I switch the IE to compatibility mode everything is fine. Are you experiencing the proper view as wenn in the non-compatibility mode? Can I add some lines somewhere to force IE to use the compatibility mode?
well, on my side it looks like this
It would be great if you could take another look. Thanks in advance,
KatharinaSeptember 22, 2013 at 8:33 pm in reply to: Content Slider – 2 cols – display on the iPhone and iPad portrait is not correct #164873
are you working on Chrome? What you describe happened with several items for me working on Chrome, if I work on Firefox, everything is fine.
Best regards KatharinaSeptember 11, 2013 at 9:00 am in reply to: Iconlist in sidebar widget – resize probs in responsive mode #140242
Hi, thanks for your suggestion, but: it’s ignored; the changes don’t apply.
I know that my question is a special one, but if we could find a solution it would be great.
KatharinaSeptember 10, 2013 at 9:56 am in reply to: Iconlist in sidebar widget – resize probs in responsive mode #140240September 7, 2013 at 4:32 pm in reply to: How to resize the mega menu images in slide-out menu #139848
Hi Yigit, sometimes it’s just as simple as that.
Thanks a lot, everything resolved.
KatharinaSeptember 7, 2013 at 3:32 pm in reply to: How to resize the mega menu images in slide-out menu #139846
But this does not change anything on the mobile menu for the iPad/tablets: http://prntscr.com/1pvj65
Sizes are fine again once reduced to iPhone sizes: http://prntscr.com/1pvkz4
The images within the mega menu that start a new row are fine; but the ones in a single column dont resize as they should at all on the tablet.
Thanks for checking again,
kind regards Katharina
I went for this solution (yours, in another post):
<a href="myimage.jpg">My link text</a>
best regards Katharina
here’s a thread which explains very much in-depth how the megamenus work
Especially Devin’s answer second from bottom is very helpful.
Best regards KatharinaJune 14, 2013 at 2:33 pm in reply to: Footer widgets iPad portrait mode; text is cut off #124023
Thanks a lot – now everything looks fine, even on the iPad in portrait-mode.
… sometimes it’s just as simple as that …
Works like charm, thanks a lot, made my day.
Best regards Katharina
Hi, it’s not an easy one – but can be done, pls read here http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/adding-custom-icons
Hi and thanks for coming back to this. I really hope that it gets fixed with the next update – I’m just not used to facing such a problem with the Kriesi themes. If there is a workaround you could recommend in the meantime, I’d be glad to get some input. Thanks in advance,
— edit: the ‘edit’-mode for the posts just disappears tooo fast ;-)
it seems as if the whole megamenu is not adjusting at all to browser window in FF and IE
all the described issues appear on your preview too
any help is very much appreciated.