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  • in reply to: columns in blog #23787
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    Hi Koen,

    Columns and other shortcodes were originally meant to be used in pages only.

    There is a way to make them work in posts, including some CSS I posted somewhere in these forums (which I should be able to dig out), or the block editor (Gutenberg), or even third party plugins.

    However from a quick look at your post I wonder if columns would really be appropriate here ; considering the image contains text which is already very small?

    in reply to: Using tablepress #23779
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    Please try to move the code to the beginning of the Custom CSS box.
    If something is wrong in any part of the content of this box, then everything that comes after is ignored. This might be what is happening here.

    in reply to: Using tablepress #23776
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    Oh I see now, sorry about that I didn’t realise some parts were missing.

    I’m afraid I can’t help much with the mobile version. This is down to how the plugin deals with resizing/adapting the table it generates on smaller screens. You could try to ask the plugin’s support ; hopefully they can help or point you in a better direction.

    If you can get this sorted, here’s a quick Custom CSS to make it match the theme’s design, which will only affect tablepress tables. You can add it to Appearance > Theme Options > Code & CSS > Custom CSS:

    .tablepress tfoot th,
    .tablepress thead th {
        background: black;
        color: white;
        border: none;
    }
    
    .tablepress tbody tr td {
        border: none;
    }
    
    .tablepress tbody tr.even td {
        background: #000;
    }
    
    .tablepress tbody tr.odd td {
        background: #333;
    }
    
    .tablepress .row-hover tr:hover td {
        background: #666;
    }
    in reply to: Using tablepress #23774
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    Hi, have you made any change since posting this question? On my end the table seems to resize properly to fit the screen size, including on mobile.

    However the content is not quite visible as it’s essentially white on white or very light grey – but that’s an other issue!

    Reply to: Google Search – Mobile Usability > Text too small to read

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    Glad I could help! I hope this will get it sorted, please do let me know if any further issues are reported.

    Reply to: Google Search – Mobile Usability > Text too small to read

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    Hi, the specific page you mention has an issue which prevents it from resizing correctly on mobile. It seem to be displayed incorrectly even on desktop actually.

    For some reason, the part of the post after “The full results can be found here.” is wrapped in a <pre> tag, which is itself wrapped in a <blockquote> tag.
    This is what causes the issue (this is related to the content of the post, not the theme itself).

    You should definitely check the content of this post and remove these wrapping tags. These were probably generated while copy/pasting content from another webpage or word processor.
    If you are not comfortable with HTML, you could try to delete this part of the content and try to add it again manually from the editor.

    I can see from your Google Console screenshot that there is another page with mobile usability issue. Feel free to post the link to this other page and I’ll make sure to have a look to help you figure out what is wrong.

    Reply to: Pagination missing on 1.8.8 on blogposts shortcode use

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    Hi, this shortcode is merely a helper to include your latest posts in along with some other content in a more complex page layout, and doesn’t include pagination.

    If you want your homepage to show just your latest posts (as it does now), including pagination ; you should use the “Page for posts” template instead, which is a default in WordPress.

    To do so, go to Settings > Reading > Your homepage displays, and select “Your latest posts”.

    in reply to: Accordeon open first option #23758
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    Hi Koen,

    There is no option for this but here’s a (admittedly quite imperfect) solution that should hopefully do the trick.

    Add this to Theme Options > Custom Code > Footer code.

    <script type="text/javascript">jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    setTimeout(function(){jQuery('.accordions .accordion:first-child .trigger').trigger('click')},500)});</script>

    What this will do is simulate a mouse click on the first accordion half a second after the page loads, effectively opening it.
    Again this is definitely not perfect ; but it’s a quick and easy way to do the trick.

    (also I wouldn’t trust a plugin that requires a change in wp-config.php just for a front-end gadget like an accordion :/ )

    in reply to: Site Title Font Size #23754
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    Hi Rick,

    Please try this selector instead, this should work:

    #logo .site-title {
    	font-size: 10px;
    }
    in reply to: WP-Multisite update mechanism? #23746
    Reply to: WP-Multisite update mechanism?

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    Hello, unfortunately the current custom update mechanism is built-into the theme, so it requires the theme to be active to run. This currently makes it unavailable from network admin.

    in reply to: date and 'no comment' in blogpost and blog sidebar #23738
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    Hi Koen,

    This will hide the date and comments from the blogposts widget:

    .blogposts-widget-meta { display: none; }

    I reckon this should maybe be an option in the widget’s settings ; but either way there you have it!

    For the news page, the three following lines will hide respectively the date, author and category at the top of each blogpost:

    .blog .meta-date { display: none; }
    .blog .meta-author { display: none; }
    .blog .meta-category { display: none; }

    Alternatively, to hide all three from the news page:

    .blog .postmetadata { display: none; }

    Finally, for each individual blog post, the following will hide respectively the date; the author, the category and the comment count:

    .single-post .meta-date { display: none; }
    .single-post .meta-author { display: none; }
    .single-post .meta-category { display: none; }
    .single-post .meta-comments { display: none; }

    Again, this will alternatively hide all four at once:

    .single-post .postmetadata { display: none; }

    Some of these are available as options, but here you get complete control while you’re at it with Custom CSS 🙂

    in reply to: Postage Costs show badly in Woocommerce #23730
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    in reply to: Postage Costs show badly in Woocommerce #23727
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    Hi Koen,

    I do apologise for the delayed reply (which is mainly due to my poor planing after getting back from WordCamp London last week-end).

    Fortunately I do have a pretty easy fix for this styling issue. The following Custom CSS should get it sorted:

    .woocommerce-checkout .woocommerce-shipping-methods label,
    .woocommerce-checkout .woocommerce-shipping-methods label span {
        color: white;
    }
    
    .woocommerce-shipping-methods label {
        line-height: initial;
    }
    in reply to: Navbar/Menubar change height/width #23726
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    Hi, and apology for the delayed reply.

    I did notice the hashtag at the top too, and assumed some plugin or customisation gone wrong.
    Assumed the same seeing the JS error you report in the customizer, before I saw you mention having no active plugin.

    If there is indeed no active plugin, this sounds like something is broken in your installation.

    I would first try to re-install WordPress Core. Fortunately this is as easy as updating: in wp-admin, go to Dashboard > Updates and click “re-install now”.

    If this doesn’t help, I’d also try to re-install the theme:
    – Go to Appearance > Themes, and temporarily switch to a default theme (like twenty-nineteen)
    – This will allow you to delete Blackoot Pro.
    – Then re-install the theme by clicking Add new > Upload, and upload a fresh copy you can download from your account

    Hopefully one of these help, as these are the “usual suspects” for the issues you are experiencing.

    in reply to: Navbar/Menubar change height/width #23718
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    Hi, I just had a quick look and there was no navbar at all so I couldn’t see the exact problem.
    I assume you are currently working on it, so I’ll check back later.

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