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Just so you know – things have changed in the masonry pics settings…
Why didn’t you tell me that there is now a new option within the masonry settings re. either custom link to a pic or enlarge a pic?
I only found it out when searching within the forum.
It works now.
I’ve reset 2 of the links in the gallery and resaved them – to no avail. The links still don’t work.
Please can you help?
Thank you so much for the code – worked immediately!
I’ll investigate the WC forums for the other issue.
You can close the topic now.
Thanks for this, Mike.
Let’s just hope that not too many potential buyers use Opera.
It seems to show only in Opera which I use!
I also checked in Chrome – no yellow border.
How can I post a screenshot?
Or if you have Opera, please see for yourself.
Thanks for this. Unfortunately it doesn’t change a thing.
Any other ideas?
Sorry Rikard, here’s the link again: https://www.suemasondesign.com/portfolio/illustration/
Maybe I didn’t find the right words.
If you go to this page https://www.suemasondesign.com/illustration/, you’ll see the captions (titles) underneath. It’s just the titles of the images, not a real caption. I want the font of these titles to be much larger.
Any quick .css for this?
January 9, 2019 at 11:57 am in reply to: Update to Enfold theme to v4.5.2 messed up website #1051749
- This reply was modified 2 years ago by Susanne.
Thank you very much. That did the job. The topic can now be closed.
I’ve got the same problem on SEVERAL websites! Envato tells you to produce a new API private token. I’ve done this for all websites, but still get this error message.
What do I tell my clients who want to update the theme themselves but are not computer literate? They have to go into control panel of their server and upload the new version? What a pain!
This problem has now been around for several months!
Can’t you discuss this problem with Envato? There are NO contact details or support on their website.
In the end, it’s not good for YOUR business…
Silly me – I found the solution. In this case, I have to add the captions under each pic when I’m in the masonry gallery.
So please close this topic!
SusanneNovember 19, 2018 at 11:27 am in reply to: reduce gap between bottom of main content and socket #1035122
That did the trick – thank you so much.
The topic can be closed.
You think the problems with Envato tokens will be resolved? Are they working at resolving them?
SusanneNovember 4, 2018 at 12:25 pm in reply to: updating Enfold: Download failed. A valid URL was not provided #1029602
Usually the process of updating Enfold was, as you know, via an API key provided by Envato/ThemeForest. I used to install this for my customers as soon as I bought the theme and Licence for them. They are all NOT computer literate. The API key doesn’t work any more. When trying to update you get this error message: An error occurred while updating Enfold: Download failed. A valid URL was not provided.
So what now? How can I tell my clients that they have to do a complicated action by going into their cpanel or hosting cloud and upload an update of Enfold? They don’t want to do things like that!
It was pretty easy for those customers before, though already an effort for them. But now these people won’t want to do all this!
Why don’t you sell your theme yourself, through Kriesi, and provide an API key for automated updating? Instead of through Themeforest/Envato?
Or at least you could offer this option for theme upgrades?
I’m sure there are thousands of customers out there who are very upset about Envato’s new procedure. This will damage your business which would be a big shame.
SusanneNovember 2, 2018 at 12:58 pm in reply to: updating Enfold: Download failed. A valid URL was not provided #1029129
I think this whole issue is really bad for Enfold users. At the moment, I cannot wholeheartedly recommend it to future clients.
Can’t you resolve it with Themeforest/Envato?November 2, 2018 at 12:01 pm in reply to: updating Enfold: Download failed. A valid URL was not provided #1029111
Thanks for this, Rikard.
But this is really too bad from Envato. I noticed too that I no longer can create an API key for my customers in the settings on Envato’s website which allows for automatic update of the Enfold theme.
Why do they make it so complicated?
I’ll try the plugin you’re recommending to make things easier for my clients.
SusanneNovember 1, 2018 at 9:11 pm in reply to: updating Enfold: Download failed. A valid URL was not provided #1028950
I agree with Onlysky. The issue is that my customers are mostly not able (and shouldn’t need to be!) to upload via ftp.
So please, can this issue be resolved asap?
Hi Jordan, That did the trick – the hosting company increased it for me.
Thanks a lot – the topic can now be closed.
I didn’t change anything, as there are so many options on performance. I just clicked on “Save all”. And I think that’s done the trick!
Thank you so much.
I’ve added the code, but nothing changes. Maybe it’s too difficult to sort this?
Thank you so much, Rikard. It works now.
The topic can be closed.
Wow, Mike, you’re a star!!!
Thank you so much for resolving this issue!
The topic can be closed.
I managed to change the font to Palatino – by DELETING the setting for the class strong in the Advanced Styling section! Don’t ask me for the logic of this – but now you can close this topic!
October 12, 2018 at 8:22 pm in reply to: reduce white space between top menu and main layout #1020814
- This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by Susanne.