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Its hit or miss. All the videos have the same settings on Vimeo. I’ll continue to work around the issue by using Vimeography or the embed code. I’m at a loss still on this one. I promise to report back if I find a solution. This is a challenge for us on numerous websites we host on WP Engine.
Thanks for your time!
The Vimeo settings say Anyone, Anywhere. I also tried it as only my domain without success – so I set it back to Anyone, Anywhere (emptied server cache between changes).
See private for URLs.
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2. Aside from the Vimeo issue, after the update, I’m seeing font icon (musical note) on each Special Heading section in edit mode only. See the Special Heading on the same page (while special headings don’t offer use of font icons).
Thank you for your response.
I just updated Enfold to v188.8.131.52 and it did no help fix this issue. Server cache and permissions were refreshed, I opened the page in a new private window and other browsers without success.
See: http://cthruc.wpengine.com/resources/hs-curriculum-3/ (hosted on WPengine)
The top video doesn’t work as a Vimeo Media element is not working.
The bottom video (same video) as an iframe embed works.
On vimeo, I verified the privacy settings which = Who can watch? “Anyone ”
While I can continue to use the workaround, it would be great to get this fixed so that all Enfold element options work.
I’m still experiencing this Vimeo issue – any solutions yet? Its been a year.
I’ve found a strange issue using the Enfold Video element where it will redirect SOME visitors to play a video directly on Vimeo rather than what the rest of us see… a video embedded on a page (in this case a WP Download Manager package (page). On another WordPress page, same issue.
However, if I use an iframe, ALL visitors can view the video embedded. Not sure why it sometimes works with the Enfold video element and sometimes not. I tested using every browser (Firefox, Edge, Chrome and Safari – same results).
Thanks so much, Nikko. Nicely done. It worked out very well. Will I need to remove this on the next Enfold update?
Thank you! That worked. Please tell me so what CSS you added so that I understand and others may benefit as well.
I just tried it and even tried !important and clear server cache. Nope – didn’t work. Creds are in private.
You may disregard this post. The plugin author responded with a solution (an addon to the plugin was necessary to make that specific shortcode work). You may add IF-SO as a plugin that is compatible with Enfold. This plugin adds a lot of interactive uses for web sites. Not a lot out there like it.
Oh so close! There is an invisible YET clickable burger menu far left. If you hover over top far left of the social icons (which are getting bumped right because of it, you can click and it opens the burger menu on the right.
Click left burger which is invisible, and it opens right top burger visible.
Thanks, Jordan for the CSS to hide the logo. What about how to position the social icons to the left side of the logo – just for desktop view? Right now they are hidden for tablet and mobile which is fine.
I’d like to hide the logo totally on mobile. (Its in the menu and footer already) How do I do that?
The URL of the domain (same as attachment) is in the Private Data field.
Found a plugin called FooBox that is somewhat workable with Enfold if not using the Enfold lightbox setting.
Thanks for the response Victoria. You may close this one.
We swept the site and found not open EM tags. On top of that we swapped out the Google font for a standard font and refreshed server cache. When we removed the Google Fonts selection, the body content displayed correctly (no italics) However, italics was found in places where the EM tag doesn’t exist. Here are some examples:
MAIN MENU > Sub menu items
If you flip back to the standard font (not Google font), the main menu sub menu items are still in italics.
Additionally, which Kriesi theme most resembles their first choice: https://demo.wpzoom.com/domino/July 25, 2019 at 2:03 pm in reply to: Enfold media breakpoints where menu and logo overlap #1121900
Ismael rocks! That did it. Thank you so much. Still couldn’t find the CSS code override you referenced, so I moved your code to the top and placed the !important as you suggested.
No- I haven’t created any subscription sites. They are requesting paywall, content drip, advertisement and content protection. I was hoping for a theme with some of this built in already.
jJuly 24, 2019 at 3:20 pm in reply to: Enfold media breakpoints where menu and logo overlap #1121576
Thanks for your response.
Yes, I did toggle and view in both CSS file merging and compression states (enabled and disabled; now enabled) even refreshing server cache. I adjusted font size down to 10px for the main menu and padding to 7px between each item. Still… it overlaps with the logo (WELS lettering) now at the E instead of the W. I’d like no overlap with the logo. What adjustments can yet be made to accomplish this?
jJuly 23, 2019 at 1:55 pm in reply to: Enfold media breakpoints where menu and logo overlap #1121201
That didn’t work. The menu shouldn’t slide behind the logo which makes it look unprofessional. How do we adjust to make them not overlap?
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