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    I am having an issue with many things. The framework editor is broken, the list navigation on the left is not showing the correct styling (shows bullets), the footer with “kriesi” remains even after I have changed it in the editor field, none except two shortcodes show up in the text editor, sometimes the text editor works and sometimes not. I have disabled all my plugins, i removed all but about three standard themes, but it has not affected anything. it seems like some files my be broken or missing. I have too much content to start over, what should I do? I have updated to the latest version. should i try manually replacing some files?

    #117790

    1) If you want to remove the Kriesi link add

    [nolink]

    at the end of the input area for the copyright field in the footer section of the theme options.

    2) none except two shortcodes show up in the text editor

    The shortcodes will only appear in the standard editor. The advanced layout editor and the text block, etc. do not support more than two shortcodes at the moment because the editor elements replace the shortcodes.

    3) the list navigation on the left is not showing the correct styling (shows bullets)

    Can you post a link to your website please? I’ll look into it.

    #117791

    here is a page where you can see the sidebar navigation: http://admissions.vmi.edu/experience/honor-character/

    thanks.

    #117792

    Hi rynleigh,

    How did you add in that menu on the left? It seems to be just a regular menu and is only getting the normal list styling (not anything theme specific).

    It can be removed with:

    #top .entry-content #nav_menu-32 ul {
    list-style: none outside;
    }

    But I’m not sure if that solves the issue since you may be trying to get some other kind of effect.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #117793

    thanks devin for the reply.

    i added it using the sidebar feature in the framework. i have a number of sidebars with the custom menu widget and this is the style it picks up when i include it in the page.

    i just want the regular menu style, like the one that shows on a regular page like this one: http://admissions.vmi.edu/contact/alumni-contacts/

    #117794

    Then yes, with the above css it will remove the bullets and it will have the same formatting as the other pages.

    Regards,

    Devin

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