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    Hi there

    I need assistance related to Propulsion theme (great theme by the way !!).

    ///Contact Form///

    Problems: not sending properly, I changed a few times the email at the Propulsion Theme Options>Contact

    Apart I need to divide the contact form into a structure with 1/3 – 2/3 columns. Left side will have a icon box with an image and some small letter (terms and conditions) and the right side the fieldset. How can I do it?

    (I tried to do it through post content divisions but without nice results). But when sent, obviously by this method it doesn’t display the successful message…

    //// Slider ////

    Also I would like to have the numeric buttons of the slider placed at the middle.

    //// Resizing ////

    How can I control/change the moment (size) when the navg bar change to its collapsed status?

    Thanks in advance!


    Any chance of some hints about these issues? Thanks !


    Hi hulahop,

    Apologies for the delay in responding. We’ve had a lot of questions come through this week.

    In regards to the contact form, do you receive an error message when trying to send? If so, what is it? As far as dividing the page into two columns you would need to edit contact-form.php located in your includes folder.

    Now the slider controls, I’m assuming since you mentioned “numeric” you mean the slider you create via shortcodes. If so, then you need to add this to your custom.css or Quick CSS.

    .contentSlideControlls {
    margin: 0 auto;
    width: 20%;

    You will need to change the width depending on how many slides you have in order for to fully center.

    I’m not sure what you’re referring to on the third one. Can you explain a little more what you’re trying to do?




    Hi Mya

    I assume by the post volume that you are quite busy. I would have quoted something like Urgent, if it would have been a matter of urgency !

    By the numeric controls I mean the little round buttons under adaptavia slide carrousel.

    they are placed at the left but i want them centered (I deactivated /**/ already the arrow_controls slide_controls @adaptavia.js) and also i can’t find the css that defines the position and background color (it seems to be dynamic..?) i thought .numeric_controls a:hover{ was defined at slideshow.css but seems that dynamic-css.php is affecting them as well but I cannot find any definition for color apart a php array declaration bg color ‘primary’

    The other question was related to the control that some code applies over the theme when changing the screen size. @IE8 text increases size and that browser declaration send my navigation bar behind the logo being the website 800×600 on netbooks.

    I want to try to control that responsive changes or at least being able to tinker around with different settings.

    Where are the code declarations for this?

    And finally it is possible to divide the contact form (without php) just with a bit of imagination. I did a new Dynamic Template Page with Dynamic Template Page Layout left sidebar

    Add Post Page Content Choosing a Page without title

    @ widget area I place an html text with a nice div defined at custom css onto Sidebar Pages



    Hi hulahop,

    The responsive changes are controlled with @media queries. If you lookin grid.css,layout.css and base.css you’ll see they each have some various changes to change the css at the different sizes. I think its layout.css that has the majority of them so that is where you could make or get the css selectors to overwrite the theme css.

    As far as I know the contact form isn’t as dynamic with its layout and implementation. You would need to re-do its page template as Mya said in order to really change it significantly.

    For the slider controls, you could try the following css:

    div .numeric_controls {
    left: 50% !important;




    Thanks Devin.


    Glad I could help :)

    Let us know if you have any other issues.



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