By Peter Esslemont
When using the editor I am getting duplicate wordpress toolbars and an a nice error to go with it...
I have them stack 4 high at one point. Goes away with a refresh then re-appears.
We have started experiencing a crippling issue within the last few days. It seems that ever since three days ago the CSS will not load for our pages outside of the DMS editor. Inside of the editor everything appears to be looking fine, but after publishing and viewing the page in a new browser our elements are all over the place, and in the console it appears that there is an error stating that the CSS did not get loaded. Looking through FTP, it seems that the two CSS files in the pagelines folder in wp-content are now missing. We did not access this folder or modify any files prior to this. What kind of problem could this be? We are totally halted on any work we can perform until this is solved, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
An example of the phenomenon: http://datesafe2.21thirteenhost.com/category/ask-mike/
Hi there ,
i would like to change the color of menu items on hover and the current menu item. Both should have the same color, but not the color given of the theme scheme.
Any suggestions ? Maybe a css snippet ?
I'd like to request a section (or that this could be enabled on the background settings of the existing sections) in which we could set a image to stay fixed, just as we can see in the link below:
http://www.bootply.com/render/100702 (you can see 2 different background images and everything scrolls on top of it.)
Is it possible to be done without having to code it via CSS every time?
Site : http://fireworxmedia.yourdemosite.co.za/
I need to change the second menu items on hover to different colors.
i.e factual needs to be blue on hover, fiction red on hover, etc. etc.
then on the sub menu of factual, all need to hover blue with the main menu factual item staying as blue,
and the sub menu of fiction needs to hover red with fiction item staying as red.
For the life of me I cannot figure it out.