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  • in reply to: Firefox on Android Nastyness #379701

    I sort of fixed it, though I could not do anything with the parallax area background. What I did was go to each of those color sections and remove the image from inside of the Enfold builder. I then created media queries to add in the background on larger screens and remove it on smaller screen, sort of as an over ride to the theme doing it.

    @media all and (min-width: 601px) {
    #vs-bg{
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-image: url(“https://www.virginiaseo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Large-Icon-Parallax_02.png”);
    background-attachment: fixed;
    background-position: center center;}
    #what-we-do {
    background-repeat: repeat;
    background-image: url(“https://www.virginiaseo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/bgcheck.jpg”);
    background-attachment: fixed;
    background-position: center center;}
    }
    @media all and (max-width: 600px) {
    #vs-bg {background-image: none!important; display: none!important;}
    #what-we-do {background-image: none!important;}
    #hero-area {background-image: none!important;}
    }

    It will work for now, and I still have to test on other devices.

    in reply to: Firefox on Android Nastyness #379666

    Be that as it may, do you perhaps know of a dirty way to hide backgrounds on the device? I am sure it is just a modified rule that also can target on Firefox?

    Firefox on mobile might have been unused in the past, but it is on the rise, and we might want to consider developing for it moving forward- I try to when I can.

    Looking at GA, I can see your point though- out of 10k sessions here are the ones from Firefox on mobile:

    http://cl.ly/image/14090x340d18

    Lol. Anyhow, any advice on hiding the selector would be awesome!

    in reply to: Firefox on Android Nastyness #377922

    Oh, and I forgot to mention your demo site shows the same problems- background images slide up and make the whole site unreadable: http://kriesi.at/themes/enfold/

    in reply to: Featured Image size after code update #377725

    Yup that did it, thanks so much!

    in reply to: Featured Image size after code update #377709

    That makes them square, not the wide ones that I was using prior. 712×379 i think

    in reply to: Double Scrollbar #374961

    The codes fixed the issue, thanks!

    in reply to: PNG Upload Issue #374960

    So far, so good. It worked on the last two posts without error, though it still takes a long time to process small PNG files. Will update again once I have more tries, but for now this looks fixed. Thanks!

    in reply to: PNG Upload Issue #371454

    I just saw this, sorry for the delay. I will try this and update, thanks.

    in reply to: PNG Upload Issue #358118
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    in reply to: PNG Upload Issue #358103

    Sorry, try to upload it as a featured image on a blog post, which is where the problem is. Also it happens when you Add Media outside of your advanced layout editor or image shortcode, but that is less often.

    in reply to: PNG Upload Issue #357995
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    in reply to: PNG Upload Issue #356526

    I have done lots of testing, and I have tried disabling all plugins. Everything is up to date as well. The website is virginiaseo.org, and I can get you login credentials if you wish. I could even get your SSH credentials if that would help, or print out my config for ya.

    Chris

    in reply to: Huge product images after switch to Nginx #329512

    Here are my settings: http://cl.ly/image/260s2J181O3N

    in reply to: Huge product images after switch to Nginx #329511

    My blog layout is messing up too. Either the theme thinks my browsers are all a tabler user agent or the layout is borked. I checked the settings, and everything looks good- but my sidebars are pushed below. https://www.virginiaseo.org/blog/seo-tips-best-practices-2014/

    in reply to: Huge product images after switch to Nginx #328512
    in reply to: Huge product images after switch to Nginx #328436

    Can you check from another browser? I have checked on 5 computers from 3 different IP addresses and check IE, Chrome and FF and it is showing as big for all of them. You might have caught a cached version from CloudFlare which is now disabled.

    • This reply was modified 9 years, 7 months ago by Imburr.
    in reply to: Huge product images after switch to Nginx #328420

    Strange, looks like this to me: http://cl.ly/image/2f3Q1D0m0K23

    in reply to: Enfold: Featured Image Not Diplaying #309520

    I am not 100% positive of this, but it only seems to affect .png files, and not .jpeg.

    Also, if I upload the image using the media uploader, and then go into the post and set it as featured, it seems to work. But uploading and setting as featured while editing the blog post does not.

    in reply to: Enfold: Featured Image Not Diplaying #309440

    The image width and height are set to 1 pixel. If I delete those values using Chrome, the image pops up- though it appears in full height versus the normal theme-cropped height.

    in reply to: Enfold: Featured Image Not Diplaying #309437

    I think it started happening on the last Enfold update, when the lightbox changes were made- to be honest. If I publish the post and go to the front end, the image IS there. Go see for yourself: https://www.virginiaseo.org/blog/buyer-intent-and-the-long-tail-keyword/

    <div class="big-preview multi-big"><a href="https://www.virginiaseo.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Buyer-Intent-And-The-Long-Tail-Keyword.png" class="lightbox-added"><img width="1" height="1" src="https://www.virginiaseo.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Buyer-Intent-And-The-Long-Tail-Keyword.png" class="attachment-entry_without_sidebar wp-post-image" alt="Buyer Intent and the Longtail Keyword" title="Buyer Intent and the Longtail Keyword"><span class="image-overlay overlay-type-image"><span class="image-overlay-inside"></span></span></a></div>

    While I agree with you on the HTTP upload error, I think this problem is something different- I believe the theme is hiding my image. Maybe this is your bug report :)

    in reply to: Enfold: Featured Image Not Diplaying #309424

    And here is the blog, if needed: https://www.virginiaseo.org/blog/

    in reply to: Enfold Showcase #276801

    I use Enfold for my main theme https://www.virginiaseo.org and also for a client theme http://cwsportsturf.com

    Great work!

    in reply to: Login Management #245453

    So could I use the WooCommerce Styled Login as my main login form? How would I handle the login link? How is registration handled by WooCommerce and Enfold?

    in reply to: Login Management #245291

    How do you guys manage the login/logout link also? The end goal is to have a login link on the second nav bar but once users login it says logout. Do you guys do that with conditional menu’s or something better?

    Like I said Theme My Login does this but I am trying to trim overhead in plugins.

    in reply to: Most Recent Update Broke Navigation #244653

    I figured it out. I had some custom header functions in my child theme header.php and whatever was updated did NOT like it. Once I removed my custom header everything returned to normal.

    in reply to: Most Recent Update Broke Navigation #244645

    And changing the header style/position has no effect. It is definitely a theme issue and not CSS. Maybe some scripts are messed up?

    I tried disabling addons and reinstalling the theme manually.

    in reply to: Menu Problem #244569

    The support here is actually really good- better than you find on a lot of themes. We just tend to need that instant gratification which makes 8 hours seem like it is poor service.

    in reply to: Request Minify Guide #234723

    Thanks- that is what I am using :)

    That beta version fixes the HTTPS problem with the caching URL, and since my site is on HTTPS.

    I have been doing SERIOUS testing on this, like 40 hours total and I have come to a few conclusions. First, I had too many elements on my home page, and no matter what it was going to load slow. I have a layerslider and each of the images is 100k. I had 2 team mates, I had 2 parallax sections, I had progress bars, a video, and many lists. I went through and removed half of this and the page loads quickly. My original intent was to have a semi “one-page” site, but I am fine with making more pages for performance reasons.

    I have also come to the conclusion that minify make Google PageSpeed and ySlow happy, but it slows down the actual load time for humans. I tested the load time 10 times with CSS minification on, and then 10 times with it off and I had significantly better times while it was off.

    I have also come to the conclusion that minifying jQuery is just not going to work. Period. Perhaps it is an addon I use (there are admittedly a lot), but something breaks jQuery. and forget asyncronously loading any js- even if I do not minify jQuery and async the rest, the built in theme jQuery breaks 50% of the time. I did 20 tests with minify setup with the exact script order as your theme has and it loaded perfectly 8 of the times, jQuery conflict the other 12.

    With all of this said though, I am still getting a A 92% B 89% on GTmetrix. And even though my PageSpeed score is far lowwer, I have tested the theme on both mobile and desktop clients on various internet connections and the site loads fine. I think at this point I need to stop wasting time worrying about the render blocking js/css messages from PageSpeed.

    Thanks for all of your help/work over multiple threads, this is still the top theme I have used and I very much appreciate your support staff’s hard work!

    in reply to: Incompatibility: Updated WooCommerce and jQuery/Enfold #234336

    Is there a particular way I could update jquery in the theme without using one of the plugins which break everything?

    in reply to: Request Minify Guide #233940

    I spoke with Kriesi, and he only uses the default minify setup with better wordpress minify. For whatever reason, that plugin is malfunctioning with Woocommerce, and the minified URL’s are not working- which causes all JS to fail.

    Today, I switched to manual W3Total Cache and added in all of my scripts. I then moved jQuery to the head, and moved all of Woocommerce to after the body… and this works. Still not great page speed insights, but at least it has stopped screaming at me about blocking js.

    Here is a screenshot of my script order. Please note that there are a couple of scripts which are added in from addons, such as AddThis and LayerSlider. If you are using this SS for reference, you can build yourself a great starting list by going to Minify, turning it off of auto to manual, then clicking the help wizard at the top of the page. Make sure all other Minify is disabled. It will pull out all of your scripts in a pretty good order, and after than you can tune as you need to.

    http://cl.ly/image/0K413r2U0j3M

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