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    Hey guys,

    I’m using Angular and having some big time issues. I’ve listed them in order of importance. The most important problem being that the responsive part of the design isn’t working anymore. Whenever I pull the browser window in, it’s responsive but it doesn’t move with the browser so everything gets cut off on the right side.

    Second issue. The portfolio call out box font is to light to read. I’ve tried searching the forum for a fix and haven’t found one. Right now it’s a light grey, I want it to be darker. Either that or turn the actual box a darker color, but I don’t want to do that to the portfolio titles. Is there a way to change the color of the call out box, but not the portfolio title thumbnail box?

    Third issue. Every time I bold something and use the “kitchen sink” aspect of the visual editor to change the color, it still stays the exact same color as the rest of the text. I’m trying to call out areas in the content but something is overriding it.

    Fourth issue. How do I change the copyright information at the bottom of the page? Also, why does that color look like a different red than the primary red I chose?

    Last issue. How do I get a slider like the “slider frontpage” on your theme demo? I see a place to add one in the template builder but don’t understand how that functions?”

    Any help is greatly appreciated.


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    The sliders should be added to the page you created as your “homepage” this is the page you have assigned the dynamic template you made in the template builder.

    Just add images under the “featured media” section. Here you can add as many images as you like to your slider.


    Thanks for the help Paul.

    Can someone help me with the most important parts, the responsive aspect not functioning correctly and the font color?

    I just looked at it on my iphone and it’s a blank white screen with the red bar up top.

    My website is




    Hi Mike,

    For the main issue, I would suggest both updating wordpress and the theme files to the most recent versions. Also if you have any plugins active, disable theme while you update everything and then ensure the responsive css is taking effect before reactivating.

    You can download the most recent version of the theme from your downloads on Themeforest.

    For the font color, Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    .ajax_slide {
    color: #333;

    You can of course change the color code to whichever you would like.

    The strong css is site wide so when you make something bold (or strong as it is in the css) it takes the themewide setting. You can change this by adding the following to either your quick css or custom.css file:

    strong {
    color: #a81010;





    The font issues are fixed thank you for that.

    I’ve checked and my WordPress is 3.4 and my theme is 1.4 which are the most current versions. I also just turned off every plugin and refreshed the page, still having the issue where the responsiveness doesn’t align to the browser. What’s our next option to fix this?


    I think I see what is causing the issue but I’d like to check over your settings to see if its a bug in the theme or just an incorrect bit of css. There is a css entry that shows up from your custom settings which is overriding the boxed class for each of the media queries. Its:

    .boxed #wrap_all {
    margin: 0 auto 30px auto;
    width: 990px;

    If that happens to be in your quick css, remove it and it’ll fix the issue. Its its not, I’d like to root out exactly what IS causing it.

    Do you think you could create a temporary admin account for me so I can login and go over your theme settings?

    You can send the information to my email at DevinVinson (at) Make sure to include a link to this topic so that my spam filter doesn’t grab it :)





    I’ve played around with it. It seems that it responds just fine up until the point the background image disappears. That’s when it suddenly seems to be fixed to the right and no longer fits correctly in the browser window. I thought it was because I had the bg image set to fixed, but even changing it to scroll, and not selecting anything didn’t help.

    Does it have something to do with the boxed layout I’m using?


    Devin, we posted at the same time. It was my own CSS, which I got from a different thread on here to remove the padding at the top. I removed that CSS and it fixed the issue! Thanks!

    So now my question is, how can I remove the padding at the top without breaking the responsive aspect of the site?


    Ah great! Glad we figured that out :)

    You can get rid of the top margin with:

    .boxed #wrap_all {
    margin-top: 0;

    That way it doesn’t set or modify the width of the .boxed wrap and the media queries can still keep everything responsive.




    Awesome Devin thanks!

    Last couple of questions while I have your attention.

    1. How do I increase the padding around the image on my about page? See how the text is really close to it?

    2. Is there a way to put a color box behind text in this theme? For example on the About page, I’d like to emphasize the clients worked with portion by shading that column a light grey just so it stands out. Is that possible?

    Thanks for all your help, you guys are great


    Sure thing!

    You can use the following to target just that page ID and then specifically the image id (generated by wordpress as well) and add your own bit of custom padding: .wp-image-519.alignleft {
    padding-right: 10px;

    For the background, you can try targeting the widget with:

    #black-studio-tinymce-4 {
    background-color: #eee;




    You’re the man Devin. Thanks so much for your help

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