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Hey guys, I'm working with Nick's Base Theme for DMS, and I'm having issues trying to get some of the editing features to work. For example, the Rev Slider is not allowing me to give me the edit button to replace the default images. I've tried this on two sites so far, and it's consistent. Yes, I'm using Chrome on a Mac. HELP Notice on the screen shot - the edit button shows for the section below it, but not for the REV slider itself.
davemoppert posted a topic in DMS & Legacy ProductsI have a multisite wordpress install using the Pagelines Framework theme. I have created two child themes for Pagelines -- one for the parent site and one for the sub sites. I am trying to get the sub sites to display the same header and footer content as the parent site. Because Pagelines populates it's header and footer content dynamically based on Pagelines settings for each site (and not hard coded), is there any way to serve the header and footer content from the parent site to all of the sub sites? Anyone got an idea on how to accomplish this? The parent site (using pagelines child theme: kid 2 kid) is here: http://updated-kid2kid.com the test subsite (using pagelines child theme: kid 2 kid stores) is here: http://updated-kid2kid.com/test My logic is that there might be some code I can add to a header.php file for the /test child theme that will display the header content from the parent site... Open to ideas! Thanks!
sapcmc posted a topic in DMS & Legacy ProductsHi, I am using the Base Theme and a ecommerce plugin for wordpress - thecartpress.com . http://thecartpress.com/docs/theme-constructorsdesigners/how-to-display-number-of-items-in-the-header/ In order to display the shopping cart at header of website their documentation states that the header.php of theme should be edited and added the following <?php $shoppingCart = TheCartPress::getShoppingCart(); printf( '%s item(s) in your <a href="%s">bag</a> – <a href="%s">Checkout</a>', $shoppingCart->getCount(), tcp_get_the_shopping_cart_url(), tcp_get_the_checkout_url() ); ?> So how can I edit the header.php in the Base Theme as somehow only see it under pagelines template itself located at ˜/wp-content/themes/pagelines Please assist as I would like this to be future release compatible.
josh1178 posted a topic in DMS & Legacy ProductsI'm wanting to make customizations to my pagelines theme. I'm wondering the following: - Is it still best practice to use the Pagelines Base Theme for all changes? - Now that pagelines is 'Less', should I not modify style.css in the base theme? - Should I update the Base them everytime a new Pageline update is pushed out? Does it matter? - Can I/should I copy the less folder into the base theme folder and make modifications from there? Thanks in advance.