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  • in reply to: Using ACF Layouts and Repeatable Fields in ENFOLD #905810

    Well deserved Five Star rating left.
    I bought Kriesi’s Sleek Tabs theme nine years ago. It was ahead of the pack back then, as Enfold is today.
    Thanks for the great products and service.

    in reply to: Using ACF Layouts and Repeatable Fields in ENFOLD #905196

    Hi Basilis,

    Thank you!

    That is definitely a great resource to know about!
    It looks promising as he has created custom elements for displaying ACF field values, and Repeater Values.

    Will check it out further.

    Thanks!

    Chris

    in reply to: /feed ? #869338

    I’d like to remove the add_theme_support( 'automatic-feed-links' ); function.
    But I’m using a Child Theme.
    Can I just use remove_theme_support('automatic-feed-links'); instead?
    Will that work?

    Thank you.

    Chris

    in reply to: Transparent background button #866847

    Hmmm… yeah. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.
    Best regards from Canada.

    in reply to: Transparent background button #866843

    Hey Johan – no need to apologize. I’m happy to help out if I can.
    Since I don’t know what the other update was that Yigit recommended, I’ll leave it with him to reply.

    However, I will say – I tested both your English and Swedish pages.
    The page with the problem has at least one stray DIV tag (maybe two) around line 358-360.
    Whereas, the correct page does not have that error.

    So… the question is: what’s generating the DIV tag?
    Do you have a code block?
    Or a text block with some HTML in it?

    in reply to: Transparent background button #866830

    Hi Johan,

    I don’t want to add any confusion to your thread.
    I offered the CSS suggestion – but don’t know about the other post you’re referring to (866230).

    One easy way to troubleshoot this would be to comment out the CSS you recently added, and see if the pages return to normal.
    It doesn’t make sense to me how adding two CSS rules to a unique class (.iconlist-button) would affect anything else.
    Unless the .iconlist-button class is also added to the sections that you’re having trouble with.

    Either way – let’s get it back to ground zero: comment out the recently added CSS, clear your cache, and refresh.
    Only then will we know if it’s the CSS.

    PS: And just to clarify… I’m just another user – not part of the official support team.
    Just want you to know that, so you don’t blame them for my lame advice. lol

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  chrisbryant.
    in reply to: Transparent background button #866475

    @Johan,
    That looks to me more like an issue with a stray DIV tag, or a tag missing.

    When I check that page in a HTML Validator, it does seem to suggest the same thing.
    Was it only CSS that you changed?
    Or is it possible you’ve added, or removed some markup?

    See this:
    https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sudersand.se%2Fen%2Faccommodations%2Ftwin-cottages%2F

    in reply to: Transparent background button #866100

    I think you could try this:

    .iconlist-button a {
        border: 1px solid red !important;
    }
    .iconlist-button a:hover {
        border: 1px solid blue !important;
    }

    this comment is here by accident. sorry.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  chrisbryant.

    Hey Zuluster,

    When I tested the code I provided (above) I tested it using a Page > Color Section > Background Image – just as you’ve described.

    Have you checked to see what’s happening using the Inspector in Chrome, or Firebug?
    Or, perhaps something is taking precedence over your background-image selector in the CSS?
    Hard to say without seeing the code.

    Hi Zuluster,

    If the image you’re attempting to remove is done using the inline styles, I believe you’ll need to use

    @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) {
    	.home div#av_section_1 { 
    		background-image: none !important; 
    	}
    }

    Notice: background-image vs background property.

    in reply to: Transparent background button #865920

    Hi Johan,

    I was able to make the button transparent using this:

    .iconlist-button .avia-color-theme-color-subtle {
        background-color: transparent;
    }
    
    .iconlist-button .avia-color-theme-color-subtle:hover {
        background: black;
        color: #fff !important;
    }

    After you do that, you should be able to remove the redundant styles from the
    #top .iconlist-button
    and style only the borders using that class.

    Not a complete solution I know – but hopefully it will put you in the right direction.

    in reply to: Tab Section – Use FADE transition? #845691

    Hi Victoria,

    Thank you for the reply.
    I’m working locally so can’t provide access to the site.
    Thank you for the offer to help anyway.
    I appreciate it.

    Take care.
    Chris

    For the color section background image.
    Go to Section Background tab (of the color section).
    Then scroll down to where you set the Background Repeat value.
    Set it to “Stretch To Fit“.

    Haven’t played with the fs slider yet.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by  chrisbryant.

    Thanks for that Victoria.

    Every time there is an update, just check

    For me, one of the main benefits of using a Child Theme is that I can develop and not have to worry about updates to the core theme files.
    If I have to remember to compare and (potentially) edit files every time there is an update to the core theme – I can’t use either method.
    It just adds too much work to the maintenance of the site (esp. when I’ve got many sites to maintain).

    For now I’ve solved it by using the Yoast SEO breadcrumbs instead of Enfold.
    I just put the Yoast breadcrumbs shortcode into a textblock and it works fine.

    Again – I appreciate your help Victoria.
    Thanks

    Chris

    Hi Victoria,

    1. Do you mean “copy the entire template-builder.php into my Child Theme functions.php”? Or something else?
    2. If Kriesi updates the template-builder.php in future versions of Enfold, won’t doing this cause problems?

    Thank you for your help.

    Chris

    The only way I know of to do this involves creating a static link to a specific page URL, followed by the ID.

    For example, if I want to link to the #section-2 of the /about-page, I would create a link like this:
    <a href="/about-page/#section-2">Anchor Text</a>*

    *(This assumes you’ve added the ID of section-2 to an element on the /about-page).

    Of course – this works – but only if you are linking to a specific page.
    It’s not dynamic like a BACK button is.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by  chrisbryant.
    in reply to: Enfold Category Layout Problems #833638

    Hey Nicole,

    You could add some CSS to the your Child Theme stylesheet, or to the CSS field in the Enfold settings.

    .html_modern-blog .avia-content-slider .slide-entry-title {
        font-size: 15px;
    }

    This will make the titles on the page (in your first link) smaller.
    I’m not sure if this will affect other elements, though.
    So try it out and see if that’s what you’re looking for.

    Chris

    in reply to: Header – Not able to make it with solid color #833635

    Hi Steven –

    I can only guess.
    But have you checked on the page settings (on the right hand side).
    Under the heading “Layout” there’s a selector that says “Header visibility and transparency”.
    That should be set to ‘No Transparency”.

    in reply to: Popup Maker & Enfold Contact Form CSS #833074

    Is there a Modal plugin that Kriesi would recommend?
    One that is known to work without conflicts with Enfold?
    I’d like to have modal contact forms triggered by buttons, too.

    Thank you.
    Chris

    in reply to: Blog Side Bar Widgets displaying under the footer #833072

    Awesome. Glad that helped.

    in reply to: Blog Side Bar Widgets displaying under the footer #833064

    It sounds to me like a stray DIV could be breaking the layout.
    Does your blog post include markup?
    Where is this happening? Link?

    in reply to: Unused Incarnation License for another Enfold License? #815664

    Hi Rikard,

    Thank you!
    I appreciate the response.
    I’ve got one license of Enfold I’m using right now (the first time I’ve used it since I bought it… like 2 years ago… totally loving it).
    Thanks

    Chris

    Hi Yigit,

    After you replied, I took your advice and contacted Envato.
    Their solution was to generate a REFUND REQUEST for me.
    Although – I’m really just interested in upgrading my Incarnation License to another Enfold License.

    Either way – that’s how they saw fit to do things.
    That was almost two weeks ago and the REQUEST is still marked “IN PROGRESS”.
    Would you be able to look at it: Request # 99efa53f-2d93-489f-b81b-8da2159f9b25

    Again, all that happened was I bought Incarnation and was hoping to do a Church website with it.
    That didn’t happen and I’ve been sitting on the theme every since.
    I was considering getting another Enfold and thought I would ask Kriesi if I could get even a partial refund toward Enfold to go toward another Enfold License.

    Thanks

    Chris

    in reply to: Enfold Feature Requests #114570

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    Layout Builder on Custom Post Types would be a dream come true!

    I’ve been using some of the leading Frameworks for a few years now (Thesis, Genesis, Headway) and after five minutes with Enfold/Avia I was able to do more, and have more fun doing it – than with any of those.

    ============

    The only let-down is that all of this incredible Layout Builder is limited to only pages and portfolio items.

    I imagine it would be allot more complex to attempt to make this work on custom post types, or posts.

    But if I could see anything added to this theme, that would be it.

    And while I’m at it – my sincere compliments to the development team – this is really an awesome theme!

    =============

    Allow to customize the Archive slug for portfolio items.

    In the General Settings you have given the option to customize the single-portfolio slug.

    That’s very helpful.

    But it would make more sense if you also had the option of making the Archive pages reflect the plural form of that slug.

    So, if I change the single slug to “lesson”, the archives would be “lessons” (instead of portfolio-items/)

    Thanks

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