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DMS editor timeout in Chrome - how reinstall safely?
Was on the phone with client yesterday reviewing the site and the server slowed way down. Did a couple updates that may not have taken. Now cannot get back into the DMS editor for http://cassclayton.com/dev/ I can see the site in chrome and firefox but the background image is no longer there. Can get into dashboard in chrome and firefox. Cannot get into DMS editor in chrome - get "Oops, There may be an issue loading." error no matter how many times I try. My internet connection is not the fastest, but I can access other sites I've built in DMS - just not http://cassclayton.com/dev/
My question is,
1) is there a safe way to reinstall DMS that will not trash the work done on the site?
2) Is there a way to see if something in the database got corrupted and how to fix? Since I can't get into DMS editor, can't get to the Flush Cache page to try that.
Just turned on
MailChimp SUBSCRIBE BUTTON Grey'd out
I've had the embedded mailchimp newsletter form working on my site for a while but notice that the SUBSCRIBE BUTTON is Grey with WHITE text making it all but invisible. Mailchimp suggest deleting 'Class=Clear' but this has no effect and I cannot find the code for the button colour, it just needs to be a bit darker. Anyone got any ideas?
The DMS2 demo content page (http://themes.pagelines.com/dms/?dobar=1) shows a SCRIBD box with the user guide. The heading says "a great example of embedding content in a page."
But...I can't find the instructions on how this SCRIBD box was embedded.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
Canvas Area chopped off in Firefox
Fine in Chrome and IE. But the top is missing in Firefox.
Allow editing in Firefox
I use the paid version of DMS 2 to develop sites. Firefox works just as well as Chrome for editing (if you change the user agent). Needlessly blocking the editor based on the user agent just creates more hassle than anything else. If you test the site in different iterations of Chrome's device emulation mode, occasionally DMS will think you are not in Chrome and you will have to refresh to get back into the front-end editor.
At the very least, I would love to see an option to turn off this user agent detection so that those of us that are brave enough to use DMS in browsers other than Chrome can do so.