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Victoria and Günter,
I had a friend take a look at the feed problem and he sent me the following…
In wp-content/themes/enfold/config-templatebuilder/avia-template-builder/php/shortcode-template.class.php, line 343, it’s checking a lot of different things. Only if all those tests proceed will it show the feed. And this is the one that isn’t getting through for you:
I don’t really know what that’s doing. But i seems like they’re internally keeping track of when the wp_head is done loading, and only proceeding if it’s not done yet. For some reason. I did some testing, where I took each thing that line checks, and killed it with die() whenever any of them was the culprit, and this was the one.
Any thoughts about that? Could it be causing my feed to not work?
I’m running a virtual server myself. So as far as I can tell I’m not blocking RSS.
Yeah I think you are correct that it is something on my server. I just can’t seem to figure out what change I need to make to my server settings.
Thanks for all your help!
Thank you so much for taking the time to work with me on this. I Made the change, but it hasn’t fixed the problem with the feeds.
Any other thoughts?
Thanks for the response. I am currently on the latest version, and it is still showing the issue.
Thanks for the help. Unfortunately that didn’t work. I also added “!important” to the code, but it didn’t fix the issue.
What would the code be for the dropdown background and font color?
Never mind… I got the code to work in the functions.php file.
- This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by debenm.
Thanks! Maybe I should post this as a new topic, but I figured I’d post it here. On the main landing page for the site I have a color section with a large picture background. How can I (using quick css) adjust either the picture being used or the positioning of the picture being used based upon max-width? Reason being, when I look at the page on a tablet or phone the picture is positioned in a way that it looks strange.
Not sure if I’m explaining correctly.
Thanks Yigit… your question helped me rethink the process. I just made a gridrow with the widget area.
Really love that my computer switches shortcode to shortcake.
Will this code accomplish the same as using this button in the advanced editor?
If you look at http://thelisteningplan.com/ in chrome you will see that the logo does not appear (perhaps that is because my logo file is an svg file?). And if you look at the same page with safari on the iPad the logo shows as the white svg file, which is correct, but it also puts the white background behind the white svg file when it should be transparent.
Sorry – it’s not the easiest thing to explain.
Thanks for your help,
Hey Elliott… I created a page at http://thelisteningplan.com/index.php/dev/ to show what I’m talking about..
Also on the main page (http://thelisteningplan.com), when I open it on the iPad, the header background image that am using shows up immediately upon loading the page. In reality it is only supposed to show up when I scroll down. This makes it tough as the logo image is white when the page loads and black when it scrolls. So the White logo upon loading is hard to see as it’s white on a white background. Any idea how to fix this?
That worked perfectly…
one other question.. you helped a few weeks ago with an svg logo issue (https://kriesi.at/support/topic/svg-logo-size-position-off/). Your fix worked there, but there’s one very small detail that maybe you could help me with. The logo is pushing in from the left about 25px. How can I remove that 25px padding?
You can see it best when you scroll the content of the blog page here.
Thanks Yigit… that worked perfectly.
One other question… How can I make it so that the nav on smaller screens (i.e. iPhone / iPad) does not overlap the logo?
It’s all up to date, now. But it’s still aligning the bg img to the left.
I added it… but it still seems to be pushing the images to align left instead of center.
I checked it in both chrome and safari on the iPad…
Thanks! the code worked great..
I’ve got three screen shots for you from http://crossconnectionchurch.org/dev/about/vision/
the image of the two girls is not centered on the ipad/iphone, but looks great on the desktop…
in addition, the nav on the on the iPad collides with the logo.