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  • in reply to: WPML navigation issues #831095

    Thank you! Works like a charm.


    in reply to: WPML navigation issues #828921

    I’ll do so when time is due, but as I said it’s easily reproduced by adding WPML translation to the main menu. Enfold standard gives a double language navigation.



    in reply to: Responsive Lightbox Problem #762942

    I requested this feature 6 months ago, however this featured request page doesn’t seem to be maintained.
    Nothing is in progress since years…it would be nice to see which ones are picked up and have insightful comments of the author.
    I’m almost sitting on my knees to makes this theme more mobile friendly ;)

    Best regards,


    in reply to: Blog translations issue #685282

    Nevermind. Issue solved. Seems WPML had issues with french mo/po files.

    Hi Andy,
    I’m still working locally. I have it with 4.5.2 WP and latest Enfold version. I see the demos of enfold have 4.4.3 installed. Could you verify you are using 4.5.2?

    in reply to: Hide basic options from top admin bar #633929


    in reply to: Enfold avia images not displaying #625092

    Sorry, missed enfold version and confused. Updated to 3.5.4 and it’s fixed.

    in reply to: Force table full width #610803

    Hi Basilis,

    This didn’t help. I fixed it for now by placing the table in fullwidth grid element instead of a 1/1 content section.
    Still strange though. My preference would go to a 1/1 content section so it doesn’t stretch over the fullscreen on large displays, but the predefined max 1310px.
    Any ideas which css line of a content section preventing the stretch?

    Thank you


    in reply to: Enfold Masonry problem safari ios #602499

    Hi Ismael,

    This solves the issue. So now you know for sure where the problem is.
    Question: Leaving out the above solution, why remove the full animation on tablets? The only thing I noticed was they all faded in at once on tablet/phone.
    I have asked this before, where exactly are the animation changes done for mobile/tablet? I would like to try if the same problem happens when we allow the same animation as on desktop sizes and not alter anything for tablet/phone.

    Thank you


    in reply to: Enfold Masonry problem safari ios #598613

    I second this. I am always using the latest version of Enfold (I also stated this in my post), certainly when I discover a bug, I make sure I’m fully up to date.
    This issue has never been solved and it is not solved in enfold 3.4.7. If so, please let me know what code changes have been made to the theme to solve this bug.
    It occurs on Iphone 6s running latest iOS, it occurs on iPad gen 3 running latest iOS.
    The hard part: it doesn’t happen always consistently. a simple refresh can solve the issue.
    In which code part are the animations killed? Because on Safari they have an intro animation in which the elements fall in 1 by 1 in a 3d effect. These animations don’t show on iOS. All images simply fade in at the same time when loaded. I’m sure there is a problem in that code that alters this animation for iOS.
    Because in those occasions I don’t see them, the items are loaded, but they just appear invisible.

    Thanks for looking into this


    in reply to: Enfold Masonry problem safari ios #595197

    Hi, I encounter the same problem.
    On iPad the masonry elements do not always show.
    1. I don’t see the animation as it should (coming in one by one, like it does on safari macOS)
    2. Often the elements remain blank and I have to tap the menu again or somewhere on the page to actually see them.
    They are there, just not visible. This only happens with masonry elements. I’m pretty sure it has to do with the animation since it doesn’t animate as it does on chrome and safari for desktop.
    Please check this on iPad and iPhones. I read numerous threads about this, but running all latest versions I still see this problem persists.

    Thank you


    in reply to: Automatic masonry #590429

    Awesome. Thanks, Josue!

    in reply to: Automatic masonry #590415

    As you see it jumps on the homepage from 4 to 6 and skips the 5 columns. I’d like to have 5 columns step as well and edit the triggers from which screen size they jump to different columns.

    Thank you

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  Spiv.
    in reply to: display related portfolio items when using avia builder #552565

    Hi Andy,

    I think you didn’t read well ;)
    I’m forced to use the category listing, since there is no related posts module available (that works only for standard blog use without a layout editor). But…then it also shows the current item you’re looking at. The question was how to hide that. If there is any trick to it by using css…
    Simply put: I want to display all other posts in that category when I’m on a portfolio single post page, but not the current one.

    I know how to do this per page, but then I need to add a lot of css based on post ID for every single post, which is cumbersome if you have many portfolio items.

    in reply to: display related portfolio items when using avia builder #549235

    Hi Dake,

    This method is half a solution as it shows also the current item, so it would be a serious hassle to always hide the current item by CSS per page, unless you know a shortcut CSS method to hide the current item in this module you suggest? Imagine 30+ portfolio items. No joy and endclient has no control when adding an item :(. If I can do in a few rules, then I could take peace with this solution.

    I prefer consistency in layout and navigation methods. (I also noticed related posts doesn’t work in blog when using the layout builder).
    Related items module content block would be nice in the builder. I added it to requested features.

    If you possibly could help me out with a function or CSS line to hide the current item for now?


    in reply to: display related portfolio items when using avia builder #547955

    Hi Rikard, for now working on localhost.
    I do think the questions are clear?

    I would like to show related portfolio-items based on category, just as you have with a blog page like this based on tags (scroll to bottom) (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -really-fast/

    Considering I use the avia layout builder for portfolio pages.

    Thank you in advance

    in reply to: full width submenu on archive pages #536437

    Hmm, unfortunately this method makes it very cumbersome to maintain the site…
    Actually the main reason is the secondary topmenu doesn’t have responsive behaviour. Otherwise I could use that as main menu. I’m really stuck with Enfold when using a main and sub menu and have consistency through all pages / archives. One way or another I face a wall.
    The full width submenu is great, but what’s the use when it disappears on archive pages and blog index, losing all navigation of this menu … :s.

    in reply to: full width submenu on archive pages #535306

    Hi, see below the full archive.php code

    	global $avia_config, $more;
    	 * get_header is a basic wordpress function, used to retrieve the header.php file in your theme directory.
    		$showheader = true;
    		if(avia_get_option('frontpage') && $blogpage_id = avia_get_option('blogpage'))
    			if(get_post_meta($blogpage_id, 'header', true) == 'no') $showheader = false;
    			echo avia_title(array('title' => avia_which_archive()));
    		do_action( 'ava_after_main_title' );
            $cats .= get_the_term_list($the_id, $taxonomy, '', ', ','').' ';
            <?php echo do_shortcode("[av_submenu which_menu='' menu='49' position='center' color='main_color' sticky='aviaTBsticky' mobile='active']
    [av_submenu_item title='Menu Item 1' link='' linktarget='no' button_style='']
    [av_submenu_item title='Menu Item 2' link='' linktarget='no' button_style='']
    [/av_submenu]"); ?>
    		<div class='container_wrap container_wrap_first main_color <?php avia_layout_class( 'main' ); ?>'>
                <div id="av_section_1" class="avia-section main_color avia-section-default avia-no-shadow avia-full-stretch avia-bg-style-scroll  avia-builder-el-0  el_before_av_one_full  avia-builder-el-first  container_wrap sidebar_left" style="background-repeat: no-repeat; background-image: url(/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2015/10/ESWI_beeldenweb6-1500x430.jpg); background-attachment: scroll; background-position: center center; " data-section-bg-repeat="stretch">
                    <div class="container">
                        <main role="main" itemprop="mainContentOfPage" class="template-page content  av-content-small units">
                            <div class="post-entry post-entry-type-page post-entry-3400">
                                <div class="entry-content-wrapper clearfix">
                                    <div style="padding-bottom:10px;color:#ffffff;" class="av-special-heading av-special-heading-h2 custom-color-heading blockquote modern-quote modern-centered  avia-builder-el-1   (Purchase code hidden if logged out)  ">
                                        <h2 class="av-special-heading-tag" itemprop="headline">
                                            if (is_category( )) {
                                              $cat = get_query_var('cat');
                                              $mycat = get_category ($cat);
                                              echo  $mycat->name . ' ';
                                             } elseif (is_date()) {
                                                 echo single_month_title(' ') . ' ';
                                        <div class="special-heading-border">
                                            <div class="special-heading-inner-border" style="border-color:#ffffff">    
                        </main><!-- close content main element -->
    			<div class='container template-blog '>
    				<main class='content <?php avia_layout_class( 'content' ); ?> units' <?php avia_markup_helper(array('context' => 'content','post_type'=>'post'));?>>
                        <div class="category-term-description">
                            <?php echo term_description(); ?>
                        $avia_config['blog_style'] = apply_filters('avf_blog_style', avia_get_option('blog_style','multi-big'), 'archive');
                        if($avia_config['blog_style'] == 'blog-grid')
                            global $posts;
                            $post_ids = array();
                            foreach($posts as $post) $post_ids[] = $post->ID;
                                $atts   = array(
                                    'type' => 'grid',
                                    'items' => get_option('posts_per_page'),
                                    'columns' => 4,
                                    'class' => ' (Purchase code hidden if logged out) ',
                                    'paginate' => 'yes',
                                    'use_main_query_pagination' => 'yes',
                                    'custom_query' => array( 'post__in'=>$post_ids, 'post_type'=>get_post_types() )
                                $blog = new avia_post_slider($atts);
                                echo "<div class='entry-content-wrapper'>".$blog->html()."</div>";
                                get_template_part( 'includes/loop', 'index' );
                            /* Run the loop to output the posts.
                            * If you want to overload this in a child theme then include a file
                            * called loop-index.php and that will be used instead.
                            $more = 0;
                            get_template_part( 'includes/loop', 'index' );
    				<!--end content-->
    				//get the sidebar
    				$avia_config['currently_viewing'] = 'blog';
    			</div><!--end container-->
    		</div><!-- close default .container_wrap element -->
    <?php get_footer(); ?>
    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by  Spiv.
    in reply to: full width submenu on archive pages #531922

    Hi Yigit,
    see the link as example where I inserted the shortcode into the archive.php.
    As you see, it is messing up my header style and sidebar. The rest is fully functional.
    I can’t figure out to get this right.


    in reply to: Loading events calendar files in childtheme #513592

    Hi Basilis,

    I just want to modify some code to the default-template.php or single-event.php from the events calendar in my child theme.
    When I copy the complete folder config-events-calendar in my child theme no changes are reflecting. The changes only reflect when I edit these files in the parent theme. But this would be annoying regarding future updates.
    I read a thread from a year ago where one had the same issue and try to force the files in the child theme, but seems the code above is not working.

    in reply to: Archive page layout changes #509878

    Or…we should get the ability to load a single post /archive in the page structure we build. Let’s say I have my blog overview posts in a 2/3th column, the single post or archive should also load in that column so it stays within the context.
    Not sure if you’re following me, but happy to discuss it further.


    in reply to: Archive page layout changes #509866

    I agree. In a further extend, Archive and single post pages should be able to get a custom layout with custom navigation.
    I give you an example of a very annoying issue with Enfold:

    One can build a custom news page with a full width submenu and let’s say image header. When I click on a news item I lose all that navigation (I can’t place my full width submenu in a single post page), I lose the header (I can’t place a custom header) and thereby suddenly I am on a single post page with only the main menu visible and losing my site navigation. Same if a user clicks on a category, date or tag I lose all my handbuild navigation and layout and I land on the archive pages where I can’t create the same layout as where the user came from.
    This the most disturbing issue with enfold as there is no consistency.

    I think this can be solved by allowing us to build an archive page and single post page using the layout editor. Or somehow add 2 elements in the layout editor which contains “single post” and “post archive”.

    Enfold is great because we can build complex navigations, but somehow it is not very userfriendly now as one can get completely lost by landing on a single post or archive page.

    Thanks for considering a solution for this. It will only make Enfold the most powerful template ever ;)


    in reply to: Set image alt in masonry image gallery #490373

    Got it. The trick was (and I think you might correct this for future releases) to do this:

    $img_style = 'style="background-image: url('.$attachment[0].');" title="'.$alt.'"';

    This overrides the title attribute in the outer a tag with the alt given to the image.

    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction though :)


    in reply to: Set image alt in masonry image gallery #490367

    Hi Yigit,

    I tried this, but it doesn’t work.
    The problem is the alt of the image is not shown in the yellow tip, but the title of the caption in the a tag. Now you just removed the title attribute in the img tag.

    <a style="position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 0px;"... title="Marathon <br>50x180cm, foil on forex panel" itemprop="contentURL"><div class="av-inner-masonry-sizer"></div><figure class="av-inner-masonry main_color"><div class="av-masonry-outerimage-container"><div class="av-masonry-image-container" style="background-image: url(https://blabla.jpg);"><img src="blabla.jpg.jpg" alt="Marathon"></div></div></figure></a>

    This is really a concern as html is not rendered in these browser tooltips (hence I see html tags in the tooltip) and a caption should not be shown there. Some captions are really large. These tooltips should show the alt of the img. As you see this is nicely set at “Marathon”.

    What could be a solution for this?

    Thank you.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by  Spiv.
    in reply to: masonry blog show title and excerpt below thumbnail #489666

    Ok! Thanks, Dake.

    in reply to: masonry blog show title and excerpt below thumbnail #489626


    As written before, this is standard behavior in enfold, as seen on
    As you can see the white boxes with title/excerpt cover the thumbnail, they are not positioned below.

    in reply to: masonry blog show title and excerpt below thumbnail #489298

    The portfolio is not an option, as I want to display the blog items. Using the no gap/flexible masonry I see the images are cropped.
    I really do want this in the blog grid with masonry setting, as this displays the items exactly as I want, except for the title/excerpt covering thumbs ;)
    Thank you


    in reply to: masonry blog show title and excerpt below thumbnail #489075


    No, because for now I use the blog grid. Ideally I want to use masonry.
    I think it is very clear what the problem is? also has this. The white boxes are covering a big part of the thumbnails. In many occasions this is very disruptive to the images.
    So how can I force them below the thumbnail instead of them covering the thumbnail.

    Thank you,


    in reply to: masonry blog show title and excerpt below thumbnail #488211


    see link. I don’t understand why the white box with text and title is covering the thumbnail on “always display” option.
    It doesn’t make sense. How can I put it below the thumbnail, see we see the full thumbnail image?
    I can’t figure out the css behind this.

    Thank you!

    in reply to: Enfold Feature Requests #239607


    I noticed with the update of the video background in the color section, a nice preloader is implemented there.
    Could this preloader also be used for the background images in the color section and let these background images also fade in please.
    Now most content comes in nicely with a short fade in, but when I use background images (who are usually quite heavy) they just plop in, which destructs a bit the nice flow of fading in elements throughout the theme.

    Thanks for considering. (A small add I think, but great value ;)

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