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Yea, I would like to know how this is done. No follow-up on thread.
The following setting shows ‘fab fa-facebook-f’ instead of ‘Facebook’ when hovered.
[social icon=”fab fa-facebook-f” link=”https://www.facebook.com/southernwindranch/?fref=ts”%5D
You changed the ‘custom-functions.php’ but you didn’t show the before and after code. This would be useful so people could make these changes themselves without bothering support.
Can you come back to this thread and explain HOW you added a different Google font?
FYI, when you fix an issue, it would be best to come back to the thread and explain how it was resolved.
The font color to white.
Honestly, the CSS above should have worked but it’s not beingb seen at all even though other customized CSS is used. I actually copied CSS which set padding & changed it for font color.
Is the hierarchy theme customized css > template options custom css > responsive.css?
FYI, I went ahead and sent admin credentials as it is asked for almost every time. 🙂
The website is https://alabamacheapdivorces.online/.November 19, 2022 at 6:26 am in reply to: HELP! After domain change NONE of my theme changes are displayed #38526
It’s a bit of disappointment that the only advice is reinstall the theme.
But never mind. I got it figured out on my own.November 19, 2022 at 1:05 am in reply to: HELP! After domain change NONE of my theme changes are displayed #38512
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what???November 11, 2022 at 2:14 am in reply to: HELP! After domain change NONE of my theme changes are displayed #38362
Geezz…what the hell! Someone from the DreamTeam logged in and now ALL of the changes I made that were in the wp_options table, spangler_pro record are GONE! I don’t know what the hell they were doing but they have destroyed all of my changes!
If this is the level of ‘expertise’ I can expect from your support staff, I better re-evaluate whether I even want to use your themes.
So disappointing as I ‘truly’ liked the way you set up options but changing domain names and it destroys all changes is just UNACCEPTABLE!
Disgusted!November 10, 2022 at 5:42 am in reply to: HELP! After domain change NONE of my theme changes are displayed #38353
I checked the wp_options table for the spangler_pro record and the option changes I made are there!November 10, 2022 at 5:24 am in reply to: HELP! After domain change NONE of my theme changes are displayed #38351
WOW..that is soooo disappointing. I mean nothing changed except the domain name. The files stayed the same as they were never actually moved. I replaced all instances of alabamamcl.online with alabamamcl.org in all database tables and updated the wp-config.php file. It’s really strange but all the settings in the Appearance > Customize are there but nothing was saved in the Template Options.
So can you explain why it didn’t work? I truly need to know as I have about 3 dozen websites to migrate from Joomla to WordPress and I wanted to standardize with your themes which is why I purchased the pro account.
Would it be better to develop inside a WordPress folder and then just move from the WordPress folder to the root? I’ve done it this way before but it’s cumbersome but, then, this change of domain names has been very cumbersome.
I could just leave the WordPress install inside the WordPress folder and do a redirect in the HTACCESS file but I’ve always like having websites in the root.
Any suggestions would be welcomed.
It is a design flaw for WordPress in that all urls are fully formed so no matter whether it is moving from a subfolder to root or from one domain to another, it breaks content url in the tables which has to be replaced. Not that big an issue for an experienced database developer like me but for noobs, it would be a real hassle.
This isn’t a solution as the client wants the sticky header on scrolling! Can you point me to the JS file that controls the sticky header?
Thanks. I found the code to removed the thumbnail and increase the # of posts to 5 as well as adding CSS to close up the gaps. Now it looks like we want it to look.
An explanation of what you did would be helpful.
Widgets worked in 2nd column but without heading. When I added a heading widget, it messed up the display of the 3rd column. Again, ‘forcing’ the display of the full post is just nuts in a footer column. There should be options to display title, date, author, & excerpt. Then the website designer/developer can create the display they want for the website.
I finally gave up and put in a footer menu in the 2nd column.
It is a major problem I have seen for 20+ years with templates/theme development teams when they make design decisions which should be left up to the firm that is developing the website, ie: displaying content in ‘plain text’ when the option to display in HTML or Plain text should be offered.
NVM, I found the issue. There were two closing tags.