Our top banner in the Propulsion theme is showing up on every page and post, even after we click the Close button. Please see:
However, if you are logged in as an Administrator in the WordPress Dashboard, the top banner works as expected. However, if you are browsing the site as a regular user, the banner always appears when you go to a new page or post, or refresh.
Using Mac Mountain Lion and Safari.
Does anyone have a suggestion on what we might do to fix this?
(BTW, I moved the Top Banner so it does not cover the sub nav menu, but I don’t think that would cause the issue.)
Otherwise, the rest of the theme seems to be working great!
Please try following – open up wp-content/themes/propulsion/js/avia.js and replace:
Thanks for your suggestion! However, when we replaced that text in avia.js, now the banner does not show up at all, even after we change the banner text
What we’d like to accomplish is for the banner to work normally, that it, to display until the user clicks on it, then not appearing again until the banner text is changed, but we cannot seem to figure out why it does not.
Yes, probably because you clicked the “close” button. The close button will set a cookie which hides the banner message. Clear your cookie cache (eg I use this extension for chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/edit-this-cookie/fngmhnnpilhplaeedifhccceomclgfbg?hl=de ) and the banner will show up again.
Thanks, Dude, I think that’s working now! Had to restart the browser for it all to go right. Have a great day!
The topic ‘Top Banner Always Shows Up on Every Page and Post’ is closed to new replies.