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  • in reply to: Add Disqus comments to any page #174884

    Do you want an admin account to my wordpress or should I make one for ftp as well?

    in reply to: Add Disqus comments to any page #174871

    That didn’t work. I added this to the bottom of page.php in my enfold theme folder (the child folder had no page.php file):

    <div id=”disqus_thread”>
    <?php disqus_embed(homesmartsecure.disqus.com); ?>
    </div>

    And I added this to the bottom of function.php in my enfold CHILD theme folder:

    function disqus_embed($disqus_shortname) {
    global $post;
    wp_enqueue_script(‘disqus_embed’,’http://homesmartsecure.disqus.com/embed.js’);
    echo ‘<div id=”disqus_thread”></div>
    <script type=”text/javascript”>
    var disqus_shortname = “‘.$disqus_shortname.’”;
    var disqus_title = “‘.$post->post_title.’”;
    var disqus_url = “‘.get_permalink($post->ID).’”;
    var disqus_identifier = “‘.$disqus_shortname.’-’.$post->ID.’”;
    </script>’;
    }

    I only want the comments on this one page, NOT all my pages, but I can’t get it to show up at all on anything but a blog post and I don’t have to do anything for that.

    If I can’t add disqus comments to this page (which I really want to do), can I at least add the theme’s comments to this one page somehow, not all of them?

    in reply to: Add Disqus comments to any page #174591

    I don’t understand this very well.
    I went into my functions.php file in the /wp-content/themes/enfold-child/ folder and added:

    function disqus_embed($disqus_shortname) {
    global $post;
    wp_enqueue_script(‘disqus_embed’,’http://&#8217;.$disqus_shortname.’.disqus.com/embed.js’);
    echo ‘<div id=”disqus_thread”></div>
    <script type=”text/javascript”>
    var disqus_shortname = “‘.$disqus_shortname.'”;
    var disqus_title = “‘.$post->post_title.'”;
    var disqus_url = “‘.get_permalink($post->ID).'”;
    var disqus_identifier = “‘.$disqus_shortname.’-‘.$post->ID.'”;
    </script>’;
    }

    Then I edited my page (not a blog page, not a post, just a regular page that I want to add comments on) and added a text block with the following code:

    <div id=”disqus_thread”></div>
    <!–?php disqus_embed(‘myexampleblog’); ?–>

    And it still doesn’t load on that page. What am I doing wrong?

    in reply to: Enfold Feature Requests #173729

    I would LOOOOOOOOOVE a way to add elements, media, content, so on, onto of a full screen slider.
    Either that or make it so that you can make parallax color sections fade or slide transition to more than one image.

    I would also love to see the ability to customize the header more. I like the header you have on your site and the one you have with social icons takes up much needed space.

    I would also love to see the mobile version have a Facebook type slide out menu. Yours expands out to cover the screen from the corner.

    It would also be nice to see you incorporate animate.css from http://daneden.me/animate/ so we can animate text and content and media elements instead of just four slide in effects that only work on a photo element.
    Right now I use Intense for WordPress to get these effects, but it uses jquery and slows down my site quite a bit, but animate.css doesn’t, but I haven’t the slightest on how to incorporate that into my site and make elements use it. I also don’t have the money to hire someone to do it for me.

    I would also like to see the documentation or even better, the theme options styles panel near quick css, have a basic index of help on how to add custom css. Like an index of codes that apply to many things ( {background: none} ) kind of thing and then all the calls that people might want to edit like .avia_header (edits the main header) or whatever.

    I know it’s a lot to ask for, so of all of those so my main request would be the animate.css and second would be the documentation quick css codes index.

    in reply to: Header disappears under section with high z-index #171441

    Both, and thanks! That fixed it.

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #170990

    Thanks,
    It kind of works. I used the following code for my top wave:
    #wave-section-up {
    margin-top: -50px;
    background-color: transparent !important;
    z-index: 9999;
    }

    and if you notice, the wave is not stretched beyond the screen and there is VERY little white space in the section, but the code you posted for the bottom stretches the image beyond the screen and leaves a huge block of white space there (and it’s not padding from the form, it seems to be space in the image color section itself even though it is set to no padding).

    How can I clean that up please?

    Edit: I’ll change the color of the section near the waves so you can see the difference more noticeably.

    Edit: Got it working perfectly with the following code:
    #wave-section-down {
    margin-bottom: -100px;
    background-color: transparent !important;
    position: relative;
    bottom: 50px;
    z-index: 9998;
    height: 120px;
    }

    #contact {
    z-index: 9999;
    }

    Thank you for finally getting back to me. Really appreciate it. You can close this thread now.

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #170920

    Okay, it’s been three days and I can’t solve this on my own, can someone give me a hand to solve this problem?

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: Yoast is still breaking my site #170817

    I have godaddy web hosting and I had this same exact issue too. Apparently, dozens of godaddy users are experiencing this, as I’ve been told by them, and they’ve narrowed it down to yoast. I was told removing the plugin entirely (not just disabling it) solves it and it did for me. I really depend on this plugin, but until they fix the issues, I can’t have it installed and might have to find another plugin.

    Ismael, can you please help me with the bottom wavy logo on my thread?

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #170809

    Can anyone help me solve this? Anyone at all?

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #170625

    Ismael, can you please help me with the last piece of this puzzle? The top wave is perfect, but the bottom wave (right below the send us mail form on the site) is mangled.

    Thanks for all your help

    Thanks!

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #169752

    bump

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #169619

    I played around with this quite a bit and still can’t figure out why it doesn’t work.

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #169460

    Thanks Ismael, that code worked great. Still new at this so didn’t know it was supposed to be transparent, not none.

    That said, I tried to the same thing, just opposite for a bottom one and used a flipped png of the same banner and it’s not working. I placed it right below the send us mail form on http://homesmartsecure.com, but the solid color still shows where it should be transparent.

    I created the same color section and labeled the dev id wave-section-down and in css I added the following:

    #wave-section-down {
    margin-bottom: 50px;
    background-color: transparent !important;
    z-index: 9998;
    }

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #169097

    any suggestions as to why this isn’t working? I jumped the gone before when i said that did it. the wavy banner is still solid.

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #168899

    Something is off. the image is moved up 50px’s, but the background color of the wave is still white eve though it is a semi-transparent png file with the top part transparent and bottom solid white. Check out my site http://homesmartsecure.com to see what I mean.

    I added background-color: none !important; to your code and placed all of it in custom css, because quick css never works for me. The solid white background should be clear. What am I doing wrong. Here’s my code:

    .avia-section {
    border: none !important;
    }

    #wave-section-up {
    margin-top: -50px;
    background-color: none !important;
    }

    #wave-section-down {
    margin-top: 50px;
    background-color: none !important;
    }

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #168881

    Thanks dude, that did it. I also tried to change the team member’s job title font color using this code, placed it in quick css and then tried custom css, and it wouldn’t stick. Do I have the wrong code?

    .avia-team-member-job-title {
    color: #000000 !important;
    }

    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #168263

    I’ll try this out. The only issue i’ve found with this type of solution is that there is a black line that clearly shows where you place the color section. Is there a way to make the break clear instead of solid?

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #168009

    Because I plan on changing the layerslider to a color section. I want to put a sign-up form at the top of the page, so the spot where the layerslider was going to be, but then realized forms placed within layerslider aren’t responsive and don’t adjust size and on an iOS mobile device, you can’t even see the entire form because the layerslider cuts it off.

    Even so, that is not the only section I want to do that. Like below where there is a fixed background color section, I would like to add the wavy transparent divider there.

    Take a look at http://www.rikkazimmerman.com and you’ll see, it’s used all over the page dividing sections out in different colors. I would like to do something similar. I don’t know if this theme is capable of that though.

    Oh, and I may not make it wavy, or keep it that way. I may decide I prefer the look of say the dividing section of your homepage , or perhaps a ripped paper look or jagged teeth look. If it’s something that can be designed using css code, that would be cool, but how do you edit the css code of the dividing lines into a different shape than straight? I don’t necessarily need to place an image the way I have been trying to do it.

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: semi transparent wavy divider #167846

    My website is http://homesmartsecure.com

    Before:

    After:

    Divider:

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: Theme settings not saved #167245

    That didn’t fix it. Here is what solved it for me:

    I had Jetpack for WordPress installed and enabled, but I had not connected it to my wordpress.com account yet.
    For whatever reason, this wouldn’t allow me to save my theme style settings, BUT Quick CSS code would apply code entered there.
    I also noticed that my Appearance > Edit CSS (WordPress CSS Stylesheet Editor) was missing.

    When I connected Jetpack to my wordpress.com account by logging in and authorizing it, changing theme style settings would stick now, Edit CSS appeared back under Appearance, Quick CSS no longer applied code entered there, but code entered in Edit CSS would apply now.

    in reply to: Styling settings do not save #167244

    I think I solved this.
    I had Jetpack for WordPress installed and enabled, but I had not connected it to my wordpress.com account yet.
    For whatever reason, this wouldn’t allow me to save my theme style settings, BUT Quick CSS code would apply code entered there.
    I also noticed that my Appearance > Edit CSS (WordPress CSS Stylesheet Editor) was missing.

    When I connected Jetpack to my wordpress.com account by logging in and authorizing it, changing theme style settings would stick now, Edit CSS appeared back under Appearance, Quick CSS no longer applied code entered there, but code entered in Edit CSS would apply now.

    in reply to: Image Overlay Transparency #167223

    Awesome, thanks!

    in reply to: Fixed Header Menu Shadow #166310

    That worked, thanks. It’s a really heavy shadow though. Do you happen to know the settings for the shadow between layout elements?

    Great stuff here btw. I love how customizable this theme is. Wish there were more options in theme options and a list of code snippets like this (a index of sorts that shows basics that apply to everything and then the specific calls for whatever element you want to change).

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by Alex.
    in reply to: Icon lists colour options #166307

    I tried it in quick css and it didn’t work, then I tried it in custom css and it still didn’t work. Copy pasted, character for character.

    in reply to: Icon lists colour options #166239

    I also am trying to do this. Adding it to Quick CSS didn’t work, so I added it to WordPress’ Appearance > Edit CSS page and it still isn’t working. I wanted to change the color to #1180e1 so I put this into Edit CSS:

    .main_color .avia-icon-list .iconlist_icon { background-color: #1180e1; }

    in reply to: Theme settings not saved #164814

    FYI, this, along with the fact that the sql database set the user collation to a dutch encoding instead of the sql database default, is why the styles editor page of layerslider in the theme returns a access error.

    Stupid host. I have never had so many issue with a host in my life. I love their control panel, hate their service. The frustration is not worth a nice control panel.

    in reply to: Enfold Feature Requests #163593

    You should post a forum rules that tells people to do some basic things AND THEN make a post. That would certainly cut your support work down. I am sure I missed something that most people do (besides cache and refresh).

    I would also LOOOOOOVE if there were a page that listed some basic functions that can be added to custom css to make changes like what I needed help with to change the promo box to a regular form submission box (like the submit button on this reply to form). That would answer many questions people have as well and they could extrapolate more from what they get on those pages. But I guess all that custom css editing would really make your job harder if it was the custom code that caused the problem. Hrmm, I dunno.

    Or a collection of cool short code tweaks use in this forum such as the one a mod helped me with to make the promo button look and behave like the submit button on an email us form.

    in reply to: Parallax images on iPhone still not fixed (everything updated) #163592

    I didn’t pitch it in that thread. I thought it was more of a support site thing, but it would be cool to see it in the documentation. Perhaps a collection of all the cool short code tweaks created in this forum. That sounds like quite a task though.

    in reply to: PARALLAX IMAGES ARE NOT SCALING ON IPHONE #162962

    I’m getting that showing the image at full size on mobile is the desired effect. I assumed that the theme would try to maintain the aspect ratio meant for that section, like if the viewable portion of a 500lx400w image on the desktop version of the site was 200lx400w that it was still show that amount of the photo on the mobile, even if it didn’t have the parallax effect so it still looked like a dividing section and not just slapping a full size image on the page. Does that make sense? When I showed the mobile version to people, that was the first question everybody asked me. Why did you put that photo in right there? Then I had to explain that on the desktop, the whole image doesn’t show as it has a parallax effect that is viewable as you scroll.

    I know you don’t want a crap load of js files, but this code for adding parallax to mobile is only 5k:
    http://torontographic.wordpress.com/2012/08/11/so-you-want-parallax-scrolling-in-ios-ipad-and-ipod/

    Just a thought.

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 9 months ago by Alex.
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