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    I’ve added a fullwidth masonry and selected only some of the portfolio categories to be displayed under “Which Entries?”. This limits the grid to show only categories in these categories, but all portfolio category names (even those that were not selected) are shown as sort terms.

    How can I fix this? I’m using v2.7.1 and WP 3.9.


    Hey ss!

    Thank you for using the theme!

    We tested this on a page using Chrome Windows 8 and we can only see the categories that we’re selected on “Which categories should be used for the portfolio?” option. If you don’t mind, we would like to see the actual portfolio page. Please try to deactivate all plugins then test it again. If possible, test it on another computer.


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    I think its an error stemming from you having the page name of “work” and also the portfolio slug as “work”. WordPress can’t have that kind of overlap without issue.

    So you can change either the portfolio slug to work-items or something like that if you need to have the specific /work slug on the work page.



    Thank you for looking into this. However, your suggested changes haven’t fixed the issue.

    I’ve changed the page slug to ‘our-work’
    the permalinks are now ‘portfolio-item’ and ‘portfolio_entries’

    Still these non-selected sort terms show up! I really need this to work, so would appreciate someone to have another look.

    Many thanks.


    I’ve flagged the topic for Kriesi to take a look at. I can’t see why they would be showing with the current settings and it isn’t something that is typical or a reported bug within the theme right now.

    You could try doing a quick re-install in case there was an issue at any point with a file being corrupted as an alternative fix attempt as well.


    Many thanks, how long will it typically take for Kriesi to take a look and respond?



    I cant reproduce the error on my installation so would you mind posting your ftp credentials so I can take a look at the masonry file?

    Best regards,

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    Nevermind – I found the problem. Some custom code in your custom.css file breaks our theme styling (I refer to this code):

    .main_color #js_sort_items a, .main_color .av-sort-by-term a {
    display: inline-block;
    line-height: 30px;
    height: 30px;
    padding-right: 4px;
    margin-right: 15px;
    color: #938D83;

    To fix the issue insert this code to your custom.css code:

    #top .av-masonry-sort .avia_hide_sort {
    display: none !important;

    Best regards,


    Peter – Thank You So Much.

    I’m glad you were able to discover this. Best wishes & thanks!


    One question though: In the WordPress text editor the paragraph styles drop-down is now missing, and therefore headline styles can’t be applied any more, for example. Could it be that one of you has done something to cause this?

    Many thanks.



    No, I really doubt that the editor toolbar uses the same selector like our masonry filter links. But you can try to remove the code I inserted into the quick css field….

    Best regards,

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