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I continue to get this error while trying to customize using the solution you recmmended above:
Notice: Undefined variable: content in /home/justins6/public_html/wp-content/plugins/amp-pagebuilder-compatibility/amp-avia-pagebuilder.php on line 59
I just updated the theme to the latest installment and was hoping to have a resolution to this. In the settings I have ALL boxes checked for showing classes, etc per @guenni007 instructions. However, when seeking to change the classes within text regions, I get the following:
It’s been this way for months. Any additional thoughts to this?
Thank youNovember 8, 2019 at 5:17 pm in reply to: Video Background doing Funky stuff with latest theme version #1155067
I was on a video conference this morning with the client. he also saw the issue. So CSS and JS or something is failing to load correctly I think.November 6, 2019 at 4:13 pm in reply to: Video Background doing Funky stuff with latest theme version #1154312
Hey Rikard, it’s from Chrome. I also tried it on IE and got the same result.
On both my laptop and on my desktop.
Daaaaaaang anyone else missing the old CSS edit regions within the theme builder? This isn’t working for me: https://prnt.sc/pquo8k
The fields are blank.October 24, 2019 at 3:26 am in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1150712
So Ismael. After hours on this and being back and forth with WP Rocket on this… I decided to try a plugin…. just for the CDN part: https://wordpress.org/plugins/cdn-enabler/ And guess what? It worked.
I spent hours with support for the original Caching plugin solution I was using for the CDN, and they kept saying it was theme related.October 23, 2019 at 3:45 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1150536
Ismael, I do know it’s Enfold child theme related.
When I select a default WordPress theme, the rewrite works.
When I activate the Enfold parent theme, the rewrite works.
I have stripped all CSS and custom PHP from the child theme before – and there was no change.
The only thing to date, that changes things – is deactivating the child theme.
Is there a setting I am overlooking in the child theme that cold be causing this or…?October 22, 2019 at 3:12 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1150209
Ismael. Take a look at my clients website here: https://fosterdanowsky.com/ Look at the source code carefully – particularly all the images that are coming from the wp-content/ folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=15tC0Ert_7Jx-UllILpzhT-brsrY9rXN7
Now please do the same for https://js-interactive.com. Look at the source code: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XUmKgXmr1lP0fqc__8spV_WT5VRSIEwD
Both sites have the same configuration. The JS site doesn’t appear to be rewriting any images coming from the wp-content folder.
JustinOctober 18, 2019 at 3:55 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1149318October 17, 2019 at 5:21 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1148993
Also….since the update…I click developer and I get this: https://prnt.sc/pknkhe
A blank section.October 17, 2019 at 3:39 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1148949
I spent a couple more hours on this. Removed the theme. Reinstalled the theme. Removed the child theme. Reinstalled a new child theme. Stripped all custom CSS and PHP from the style and functions file/
None of that fixed the issue I am having with the CSS rewrite not working.
October 16, 2019 at 1:24 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1148454October 15, 2019 at 4:22 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1148127
- This reply was modified 3 months ago by Justin.
Ismael, before I do anything else. I have had other websites that have a similar configuration to my own – and it has worked for years. I updated another website to the latest theme, and now I am experiencing the same challenge where the CDN rewrite no longer works. :/October 14, 2019 at 5:16 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1147873
Hey Ismael, Thanks….those are all disabled. Have been for a while. See here: https://prnt.sc/pj4okl
When the child theme is off and I am using the parent theme – it works….?
When the child theme is active it does not work.October 11, 2019 at 1:16 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1147114October 9, 2019 at 5:27 am in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1146364
Removed old Child theme.
Created new child theme.
The CDN only works with the parent theme.October 8, 2019 at 4:00 pm in reply to: Child Theme Does not Acknowledge CDN Rewrite Since Latest Upgrade #1146204
maybe this is a start? The error I get when the parent theme is activated: https://prnt.sc/pghd58
I updated the theme via FTP.
I no longer have the ability to edit the child theme CSS from the WordPress Dashboard.
Both menu items:
Takes me to the WordPress Dashboard Edit CSS sesction,
Anyone else dealing with this?
In other words…both of these options:
Has this been resolved? I know the classes became case-sensitive with the last major theme update.
But can you confirm this is now resolved? I just really don’t want to go back into several websites and change all the class names because the theme no longer honors case-sensitivity. Seems like a waste of time to me.
Just looking for an update. ThanksOctober 1, 2019 at 4:43 pm in reply to: CSS Styling No Longer Working Since Latest Theme Update #1143828
Rikard this was related to the case-sensitivity on the assigned classes within the theme. Classes with uppercase lettering were no longer working. I was on another thread related to this. Can you confirm the issue has been resolved?
So the account only had 4 users. 1 of the 4 being the admin Kriesi ( (Email address hidden if logged out) ). Very strange.
Hey Basilis, the site currently uses 2 of the best review plugins :)
Google just went through some core changes w regards to reviews and Schema. Sitting tight for a bit.
Victoria, when I change themes from Enfold to a default theme provided by WordPress – everything works great
- This reply was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by Justin.
It does. Thank you. I think it provides some good direction for Kriesi.
I’m sure they’ll take care of it.