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  • #13384

    Hello Dear Kriesi,

    would you be so kind and take a look at http://www.gerendahaz.hu? When visiting this site with Internet Explorer 9 and Windows 7, most of the times the slider of the homepage cannot load the images.

    What could be the problem and how could I solve it?

    Thanks a lot: Katalin

    #79007

    Hi Katalin,

    I think there was a fix for this in one of the past updates. It looks like you are running 1.2.2 and updating to the most recent version from Themeforest should get the images loading in IE9 properly.

    You’ll just need to download the theme folder from your downloads on Themeforest and then install the theme in the same way you first did. If you’ve made any modifications to the theme files themselves, you’ll want to save backups of those specific files so that you can re-apply the customization’s after the update.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #79008

    Thank you Devin,

    I am just doing what you recommended, I see it will work.

    I have minor problems while updating for the new version, see http://gerendahaz.hu/images/new-site-1a.jpg

    First of all, my upper menu (originally created by Menu Manager Pages) lost and a repeated version of the Main Menu appeared instead.

    Secondly, I need a static site as a homepage, and some Posts below that. I have made the original change in index.php as you recommended a year ago:

    $additional_loop = new WP_Query("cat=".$negative_cats."&paged=$paged");

    change it to:

    $additional_loop = new WP_Query("page_id=605");

    However, now below the slider it seems to be a post instead of a page with all the Date, Comments, Author, and Read more things which I do not need and no Posts below that.

    Thanks a lot: Katalin

    #79009

    Hi Katalin,

    Did you make the change again to the updated theme (the same ones you made in the past). If not, you’ll need to re-add them in.

    The site looks a bit different now than in the screenshot, have you made some changes that have fixed any of the issues for you?

    Regards,

    Devin

    #79010

    Dear Devin,

    thank you very much for your response.

    While I was applying the formerly made changes to the updated theme, I met the above mentioned problems:

    - I do not know how to recreate the upper menu (originally created by Menu Manager Pages)

    – I do not know, why the formerly applied changes do not work with the new homepage of http://www.gerendahaz.hu, where there should be some text (page no 605) and the newest posts below that text.

    What you can see on the http://www.gerendahaz.hu is the old version of Newscast (1.2.2), while at http://gerendahaz.hu/images/new-site-1a.jpg you can see what happened when I updated the theme.

    Thank you: Katalin

    #79011

    Dear Devin,

    I have solved one ofe the problems with menu from here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/theme-supports-only-one-menu

    Could you help me please to solve my other issue as well?

    Thanks: Katalin

    #79012

    What I would like to reproduce with the updated theme is basicly what you can see here – http://gerendahaz.hu/ – Slider+Static page+posts. Thanks.

    #79013

    Hello,

    I am the most surprised but it seems to me that I have solved the problem without any programming knowledge. I have replaced this code in index.php:

    <div id="content">
    <?php

    $fullsized = $k_option['general']['article_appearance'];
    if($paged >= 2)
    {
    if($k_option['general']['article_appearance_sub'] == 1) $fullsized = 0;
    if($k_option['general']['article_appearance_sub'] == 2) $fullsized = 10000;
    if($k_option['general']['article_appearance_sub'] == 3) $fullsized = $k_option['general']['article_appearance'];;
    }

    $negative_cats = preg_replace("!(d)+!","-${0}$0", $k_option['mainpage']['main_cat_final']);
    $smallsized = 1;

    $additional_loop = new WP_Query("cat=".$negative_cats."&paged=$paged");

    if ($additional_loop->have_posts()) :
    while ($additional_loop->have_posts()) : $additional_loop->the_post();

    to

    <div id="content">
    <?php
    $additional_loop = new WP_Query("page_id=605");
    while ($additional_loop->have_posts()) : $additional_loop->the_post(); ?>
    <h2 class='siteheading'><?php the_title(); ?></h2>
    <?php the_content('Read more');
    endwhile;
    $fullsized = $k_option['general']['article_appearance'];
    if($paged >= 2)
    {
    if($k_option['general']['article_appearance_sub'] == 1) $fullsized = 0;
    if($k_option['general']['article_appearance_sub'] == 2) $fullsized = 10000;
    if($k_option['general']['article_appearance_sub'] == 3) $fullsized = $k_option['general']['article_appearance'];;
    }

    $negative_cats = preg_replace("!(d)+!","-${0}$0", $k_option['mainpage']['main_cat_final']);
    $smallsized = 1;

    $additional_loop = new WP_Query("cat=".$negative_cats."&paged=$paged");

    if ($additional_loop->have_posts()) :
    while ($additional_loop->have_posts()) : $additional_loop->the_post();

    where 605 is the number of static page I use.

    Good luck.

    #79014

    Glad you were able to find a solution that worked for you :)

    Regards,

    Devin

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