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IssueM is a magazine plugin. It uses 'articles' instead of posts.
I'm in the process of converting posts to articles.
In Edit Article mode, if you click on "View Article" it's perfect. No problems.
If you click Preview, it's trying to pull the post where it was copied from. If I delete the post, I get a Page Not Found error.
Preview is trying to pull a Post instead of an Article.
Not a big deal in the scheme of things, but thought you show know.
After some extensive web building with WPML I experienced that I needed to do numerous workarounds to prevent my page data to get lost, and really could not dot the i's. I would therefore like to request PageLines to build a WPML plugin for PL5 that will enable all text fields in the PL5 editor to be handled with the string translator in WPML.
I think that would give PL5 an edge on the international playing field.
PINSPRO PAD SIZE REDUCTION
Hey Guys, i have been having some fun with PL5, on my test site, still learning and trying to master 3 sections a day, am happy the launch has been postponed its for the best lets master it as much as possible.
But we still gat to eat with DMS for now, so my issue has been on how to reduce my pin pad size in pinspro, right now it display 3 in a row, like the default theme, but i want it to display 4 in a row, if i reduce my screen resolution to 90% it becomes 4 in a row, that is the perfect size, i cant see any css on the forum be able to reduce the size, so guys please, please this is very important, i need the css to adjust the size, of all the css @Danny has provided on the forum i cant see anyone that focus on the size reduction except on hiding the bottom meta area, mine is just to reduce the size, checkout the images below, the image with 4 rows is the perfect size i crave to have, while the pinpad with 3 rows is what i currently need to change.
Thanks Guys for your support all this while.
CSS Hero question
I was totally excited to find out about 'CSS Hero' (http://www.csshero.org) I read about it in the compatible plugins section of the PL5 docs (http://www.pagelines.com/resources/compatible-plugins) For me it's a great way to more easily customize my sites because I'm not a CSS pro.
I'm wondering about one thing though… Does anyone know if using this will result in a heavy penalty on page loading speeds? Would love to start using it but only if it doesn't cost too much in terms of speed.
WooCommerce Checkout page broken under DMS
Seem to have fallen foul of a DMS2/WooCommerce issue.
All pages display correctly save the WooCommerce Checkout page, which looks like this:
Help massively appreciated as this is the last blocker before client site launch http://elenaangel.com