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- inseromarketingDecember 6, 2017 at 8:00 pmReply to: Accordion padding
I’ve also added accordions back in so you can see the gap being created under the wording there too.inseromarketingDecember 6, 2017 at 7:49 pmReply to: Accordion padding
I can’t seem to remove the tags but the dirty CSS did something I was actually looking to achieve and was trying to work out!! So thank you for that haha.
The gap that I was originally referring to though has remained. If you look at this page, http://www.chalkedout.com/blacktee/ you will see that there is a forced gap beneath the writing and above the contact us form. I can’t work out what is causing it. It appeared when I had an accordion there, but now it’s stayed so I am unsure!
I just want to remove that gap as something is forcing a weird break.inseromarketingDecember 6, 2017 at 7:43 pmReply to: Button URL not doing as desired
Oh dear. Utter fail on my part! Thank you for the quick resolve.inseromarketingDecember 6, 2017 at 1:45 pmReply to: Button URL not doing as desired
I also noticed that ‘call to actions’ do this as well 🙂inseromarketingDecember 5, 2017 at 12:33 pmReply to: Accordion padding
Also, the padding within the accordion itself is quite a lot more than required. Could you help me reduce that too please?inseromarketingDecember 5, 2017 at 11:43 amReply to: Button URL not doing as desired
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Haha! Trust me, I could have used that box over the last few days!!
I’m really glad that the issue was me being stupid rather than me breaking something. Sorry for taking your time on this one. My bad 🙂inseromarketingNovember 1, 2017 at 6:21 pmReply to: Nav bar layout and posts page changes
Sorry for the slow reply – I lost internet in a house move!
The page title fix is great, thank you.
I do indeed have a slide set, which is why I am a little confused. Could you help me to get this showing?inseromarketingOctober 27, 2017 at 8:26 pmReply to: Nav bar layout and posts page changes
The slider now has a global on/off switch for all slider-related functionalities in Theme Options > Slider settings (it wasn’t there in the older versions of BoldR I think you were used to! 🙂 )
I also have this turned on but no slider showing on the home page http://www.chalkedout.com (which is the post page)inseromarketingOctober 27, 2017 at 8:24 pmReply to: Nav bar layout and posts page changes
You can hide the page title for the blog page from Theme Options > Blog Settings > Show Page title on Blog Homepage.
I guess you found that one before I replied because I can’t see a page title on your site now – or maybe I misunderstood the question?
I mean on each individual post page. For instance here:
It’s showing the post title at the top of the page where a page title usually is, which I don’t want!inseromarketingOctober 27, 2017 at 5:33 pmReply to: Nav bar layout and posts page changes
In regards to the slider, I have it set as ‘on’ in the blog settings here:
Activate slider on blog pages – ON
…but nothing shows on the page? I am confused as to how to get it showing. Probably just me being an idiot!
I also now have a page title showing on blog pages but I can’t remove it in the options (as I’ve changed the home page to display posts and therefore seem to have lost the option to turn this on/off!!).
inseromarketingOctober 27, 2017 at 4:40 pmReply to: Nav bar layout and posts page changes
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I also just noticed that the ‘read more’ button has changed to gold, but only on the full sized post. The 50% sized one is still black 🙂inseromarketingOctober 27, 2017 at 4:31 pmReply to: Nav bar layout and posts page changes
On first inspection these look to have all worked.
I need to change the logo but there will need to be some more padding added to allow space for a normal logo size I think….how can I add a bit more padding at the top of the page so theres more space for a logo to fit into?
Also, does this mean if I add a slider it will appear about those posts? I’d like the overall ‘home’ page to be the post page, so when you go to our URL you are met by the posts with a slider above them. I don’t know if I need to change how pages are structured or which page should be the ‘home’ and ‘post’ page to make this possible. Any advice appreciated.inseromarketingOctober 26, 2017 at 12:14 pmReply to: Freelance work
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