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May 28, 2014 at 11:34 am #271062
Hi all, I’m a bit baffled, I can’t seem to get my standard menu to display according to the Theme Options > Header Layout > Logo Left Menu Right. I’ve created a brand new menu, determined that it should be my theme’s standard menu, I’ve created a logo with the exact pixel counts suggested, and still no luck. I’m having other layout issues as well, and I wonder if there were problems introduced from during migration to Enfold theme? Any help much appreciated. Thanks, Jeremy http://www.machelper.netMay 28, 2014 at 11:58 am #271070
Please update Enfold to the latest version 2.8 via FTP – http://vimeo.com/67209750
and let us know if issue remains
YigitMay 28, 2014 at 12:21 pm #271073
In progress now, thanks. I’ll repost when I get it updated and poke around. Thanks! -JeremyMay 28, 2014 at 2:23 pm #271128May 28, 2014 at 6:30 pm #271328
Thanks, Yigit, I think everything is working normally now. I’ve learned my lesson — first check for theme updates. How do I know if there is an update — the enfold theme update wasn’t listed in my admin dashboard. I guess the auto-update notifications don’t work with enfold?
Just FYI, the FTP update method failed for me. When I tried to overwrite the old enfold theme folder with the new one, my FTP client gave me the following error message:
Could not delete “background-images”.
Server said: Can’t remove directory: Directory not empty
Error -126: remote rmdir failed
I eventually tried deleting the older theme within WP admin, and uploading a zip of the new theme from the WP admin, and that worked.
I’m using a child/parent setup, if that makes any difference in this case. Bluehost shared hosting. FTP client: Transmit for Mac. FTP uploading is working fine in other circumstances, though quite slow of late.
What is your recommendation about updating the enfold theme within the WP Admin Dashboard — is this a bad idea? Should I always download and manually upload updates? Even if I can get FTP working for this purpose, somehow it is VERY slow, something like 40x slower than uploading a zip of the whole thing.
JeremyMay 29, 2014 at 2:56 pm #271821
You should just overwrite the files via FTP you do not need to delete existing ones and updating from WP backend is not a bad idea but i prefer updating via FTP to make sure all files get overwritten.
YigitMay 30, 2014 at 7:08 am #272259
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