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  • in reply to: Unique headers above Nav Menu #21688
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    I keep get error messages.

    Where do you get error messages and what are the errors?

    The code I was planning to use was .page-Iā€™d-54 #header-image {background-image: url;}

    Not sur if this is a copy/paste error or if your code is exactly like this, but the single quote in the middle of .page-Iā€™d-54 should probably not be there šŸ˜‰

    I previoisly added the custom CSS: #header-image{display:none;}

    Well this hides the #header-image wrapper completely, so this make the previous snippet useless (not causing an error, but just not doing anything).

    If you want to display it on page 54, while keeping it hidden on other pages, you can add “display: block” like so:

    .page-Id-54 #header-image { display: block; background-image: url(URL_TO_THE_IMAGE); }

    is it worth making the changes necessary to facilitate the custom header function without the plug in?

    Probably not, especially if you are happy with the current setup. As the saying goes: “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”.

    However if you are learning CSS and other stuff, this can still be an interesting exercise, and can certainly bring you the satisfaction of doing it yourself instead of having the plugin do the work (which is a good reason to do it in itself).

    I was just looking to speed things up by eliminating a plug in.

    Plugins are not slowing things down just because the are plugins. This is a false belief. (Many heavy plugins with tons of functionalities you don’t use is an unnecessary load which affects speed, but this is not exactly what we are talking about here!)

    When we are talking about a functionality you need and actually use, whether it is in a plugin, in the theme, or in your own customizations doesn’t actually matter: the load it causes is pretty much the same.

    In many cases a plugin is even a good option if you think about it this way: a plugin (that is actively maintained by its author) is like a third party library that keeps getting updates so you don’t have to worry about it more than hitting that update button. When you replace a plugin with your own custom code, then you have this additional code to maintain and update yourself when necessary!

    in reply to: upload failed #21684
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    Hi, 1.1 is a very old version (prior to the introduction of built-in updates in our themes) and it is conflicting with the “new” way of uploading and updating themes.

    You’ll need to first delete 1.1 from your site before uploading the latest version. This will only take a minute:

    – In Appearance > Themes, temporarily switch to another theme (either silverclean lite, or a default theme like twenty-seventeen)
    – Once silverclean-pro 1.1 is no longer active, you can click it and a “delete” button will be available at the bottom right
    – Now you should be able to upload and active silverclean pro 1.5.5 as normal.

    Please let me know if you are still stuck and I’ll make sure to help you get this sorted.

    in reply to: Other page classes like .home? #21665
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    Glad I could help and thanks!

    About leaving a review, you actually just did: we compile some of the kind words in the forums on the homepage of this site šŸ™‚

    You can also leave a review for the theme on wordpress.org if you want to: https://wordpress.org/themes/blackoot-lite/

    in reply to: Change "inset connect toggles" text size #21663
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    Hi, you can paste the following in Appearance > Theme Options > Code & CSS > Custom CSS and change the font size from 13px to the size you’d prefer (I think any value between 14 and 17 would be fine). Make sure to leave the “height: 30px” as-is.

    .toggle p.trigger {
    	font-size: 13px;
    	height: 30px;
    }

    Also paste this one as-is, it should fix your paragraph alignment issue:

    .toggle p {
    	margin: 0 0 20px 0;
    }

    I hope this helps, let me know if you still need anything.

    Reply to: Indent after bulleted item not aligning with subsequent wrapped content

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    Brilliant! Glad it helped and thanks for letting me know šŸ™‚

    in reply to: Other page classes like .home? #21655
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    Hello,

    Yes all pages have a specific class that can be used for individual targetting (please note that this is WordPress core feature, not specific to this theme, so this applies to basicaly any site).

    The home page has the .home class on the body tag
    The main blog page has the .blog class on the body tag
    Blog posts pages have .postid-XXXXX (where XXXXX is the id of the post)
    Category pages have .category-XXXXX
    Statics pages have .page-id-XXXXX
    etc.

    Your best bet to find the specific class for any given page is to simply use the “view source” or “inspector”/”developpers tools” funtionalities of your browser to look for classes in the body tag.
    This is how I do it actually as it seems to be the quickest and most straightforward way to find it immediately šŸ™‚

    Reply to: Indent after bulleted item not aligning with subsequent wrapped content

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    Hi, adding this to Custom CSS should do the trick on this page:

    #page-container ul li {
    	text-indent: -1.5em;
    }

    If you are using bullet lists on other pages, please double check that they still look good after adding this.
    I’m not sure exactly what happens here since the default value (-1.1em) usually make the text align perfectly (but obviously it does not on your site!) so better double check. šŸ™‚

    in reply to: Sub item text size and Social media relocation #21635
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    Sure, add this to to Appearance > Theme Options > Code & CSS > Custom CSS and change the value as desired:

    /* Sub-menu wrapper width */
    #navbar ul li ul {
    	width: 250px;
    }

    250px is the default value, you can reduce it to any value but make sureyou don’t reduce it too much otherwise your sub-menu items will spplit on multiple lines!

    in reply to: Changing background colour of comments #21626
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    Hi, here are two pieces of CSS you can copy/paste into Additional CSS and use to change the background color for comments (the values here are the default colors):

    .commentlist .comment {
    	background: #303030;
    }
    .commentlist .comment.bypostauthor {
    	background: #111111;
    }

    The second piece is for comments from the post author, which have a slightly different style by default.

    If you change the background color to something lighter, you might also want to change the text of the comment as well (very light grey by default), with this:

    .commentlist .comment .comment-body p,
    .commentlist .comment .says,
    .commentlist .commentmetadata a {
    	color: #cccccc;
    }

    For the record, jetpack’s “like” text color is #222222 with 80% opacity. Unfortunately this cannot be changed with CSS because it is loaded in an iframe from wp.com – so changing the background is definitely the way to go here.

    in reply to: Active Layout Builder #21618
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    Hi, the second button from the right of your screenshot is the “toolbar toggle” (it should say that if you hover your mouse over it). Click it to reveal more buttons, including those built-in the theme.

    If you are looking for a front-end drag-and-drop page builder however, I suggest you try one of these popular plugins (both have a free version): Elementor or BeaverBuilder

    in reply to: 400 Bad Request #21615
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    Hello,

    It seems that the link to install instructions from the “My account” page is broken. I’m going to fix it right away, sorry for the inconvenience and thank you very much for reporting it!

    Here’s a the correct link to install directions: https://www.iceablethemes.com/documentation/installing-and-activating-a-theme/

    in reply to: tag help #21605
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    Hi, you can add your code in the field in Appearance > Theme Options > Code & CSS > Footer Code.

    The theme will add it for you precisely just before the </body> tag šŸ™‚

    in reply to: Search icons not clickable #21602
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    Just a quick note that version 1.2.6 was just released and makes the search icon clickable in all search fields. The update should be available from your dashboard šŸ™‚

    in reply to: Error after upgrading to 1.1.20 #21590
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    Glad you could get this sorted and thanks for updating this thread!

    For the record, this theme, like WordPress itself, requires at least PHP 5.2.4, but PHP 7.2 or greater is recommended for best performances.

    Details about minimum requirements and most recommended versions are at https://wordpress.org/about/requirements/

    in reply to: main color option missing #21582
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    Just tested and I confirm the color pickers work fine on my end with 1.2.5 and WP 4.9.1.

    It could be a browser cache issue on your end. Can you please try to clear your browser’s cache to make sure? (see http://www.refreshyourcache.com/en/home/ if not sure how) You can also try in “incognito” mode or with another browser.

    Otherwise I’ll be happy to have a closer look at it. You can create a temporary admin account from Users > Add new so you don’t have to give me your own password. Make sure to check the “set as private reply” box when you reply here with the login info!

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