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    For SEO, I’d like to change the iconbox title to H2. Is there a way to do this without a child theme? I came across this post: https://kriesi.at/support/topic/iconbox-change-h3-to-h2/# , but it’s 15 months old, hoping there’s a “Quick CSS” snippet I can use.

    Also, I’d love to do the same thing in “Icon List – Edit List Item-List Item Title”.


    • This topic was modified 6 years, 3 months ago by jamesrapage.

    Hey jamesrapage,

    You cannot change html tags by means of css rules, they have to be changed in templates. So you might want to try the solution from the thread above and in a child theme of course.

    If you need further assistance please let us know.
    Best regards,


    I’ve installed the child theme and used the import function to move the data from the main theme to the child theme, but the child theme still looks different….font colors are off, some background colors are off, etc. We have no custom CSS, all changes were done with options in the theme. Are there any other migrations that need to take place so the site looks the same? Thanks!

    Edit: I also exported the theme settings form the parent (TXT file) and imported those into the child theme. The differences are still visually apparent.

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 2 months ago by jamesrapage.

    Here is a post for changing in the H in the iconbox: https://kriesi.at/support/topic/hn-for-iconlist/#post-903934
    It’s a custom file.
    As for you child theme, you may need to clear your browser cache a few times, along with any cache plugin and minify plugin for your site. Sometimes css files are the hardest to clear.

    Best regards,


    Thanks Mike.

    I’d done cache clearing, both on my end, as well as with the caching plugin on the site…as well as any minifying settings. I’ve also tried in a new browser, with no luck.

    I’ll test out the file referenced in the other post and alter the code and see if that works. Thanks!


    Would you like to include a admin login in the private content area so we can take a closer look?

    Best regards,


    Wow, thanks!

    Everything has been put back the way it was with the parent theme. The child theme is installed, but not activated. The Icons on the front page are the main items we want H2 (for SEO). Thanks!


    Odd, I was not able to get your child theme to take the styling of your parent theme, even with clearing your cache and disabling it. I will have to look into this more and get back to you. That a side, I didn’t see the file and code from the post above in the child theme, the file would need to be uploaded via ftp to a folder called “shortcodes”
    It adds a new feature in your iconbox to choose the heading type.
    I tested this on my localhost and the only drawback is when you first load the page with icon boxes the title code looks broken:
    But once you edit the icon box and choose your heading type everything works good. And there are no issues switching back to your parent theme.
    Hope this helps.

    Best regards,


    HI Mike:

    Thanks for the legwork.

    1. Correct. I never uploaded the files to the child theme. I uploaded and tested them on the parent theme, and got the same the same title code “error” that you did. Due to the fact I couldn’t get the child theme to look like the parent theme to begin with, I stopped any kind of customization to it.

    2. Despite the fact there is an error, I’m glad you’re seeing the same behavior I was with the child theme not inheriting the parent’s appearance….despite the success messages after importing them. What now?

    Thanks again!


    i guess these files are from me – so if you have allready placed some iconboxes (icon-lists) and put in afterwards the substitutes you have to edit them again.
    There is new code added. So somehow it has to be added to existing iconboxes and iconlists. Logical right?

    I guess i will write a workaround to all my edited files i have made in the last time.


    Thanks @Guenni007 !

    I’ll need Mike to determine why the child theme won’t import the parent properties. Once that’s done, I’ll (re) upload your iconbox files to the child theme and use your functions.php code, and then choose my heading type. Is the (new) code updated at https://kriesi.at/support/topic/hn-for-iconlist/#post-903934 ?

    Thanks again.


    you have switched later to child-theme?
    have you imported the parent-theme settings via import/export.?

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 2 months ago by Guenni007.

    Yes, in another post, Mike logged in and found that the importing of the parent settings into the child was NOT working. I’m waiting for feedback from him.

    Odd, I was not able to get your child theme to take the styling of your parent theme, even with clearing your cache and disabling it. I will have to look into this more and get back to you.


    by the way i posted a new tut here on board to explain a bit more specific how to … https://kriesi.at/support/topic/some-edited-enfold-alb-elements/


    Sorry for the late reply, I found that sometimes the enfold.css from wp-content/uploads/dynamic-avia is not loaded correctly to enfold_child.css
    Please access via ftp and copy file content of enfold.css to enfold_child.css
    If you provide ftp access in Private Content area I will do this for you.

    Best regards,


    Hi Mike:

    Thanks again for the legwork!

    The above credentials still work, and there is an FTP plugin (WP File Manager) on the left hand side that will give you access to the file structure.

    Once this is done, please let me know what else I have to do!

    EDIT: I pasted the credentials in the private area for ease of use.

    Thanks again!

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 2 months ago by jamesrapage. Reason: pasted the credentials in the private area for ease of use

    OK, I was able to fix your child theme css, I had to clear the site cache and my browser cache a few times, so please try clearing your browser cache a few times too. I then added the custom files and functions.php code. Then I re-saved your home page icon-box & icon-list elements so they would work correctly. Please check the home page. Also check your other pages for icon-box or icon-list elements, if the title looks like code then open them in the editor and re-save, then save the page.

    Best regards,


    Wow, that’s above and beyond what I expected! It looks good thus far, I’ll report back with any errors.

    Again, my thanks!


    Glad we could help. Thanks for your patience and Thank you for using Enfold.

    Best regards,

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