By Michael Kummer+
I am using the LESS/CSS Pagelines extension and tried to add the following code to make use of FontAwesome:
font-family: "Font Awesome 5 Pro";
The issue is that as soon as I have the CSS via the Custom Styling text box, Pagelines (or the extension) strips out the backslashes (\). As a result, I had to abandon the CSS/LESS extension and instead add all my CSS code to a separate .css file.
Is there a fix or workaround for this?
Any chance of a pagelines table plug-in coming? I know that the use of short codes and bootstrap can achieve this, but I can't seem to find any easy/visual editor way of doing this. There are table plug-ins around for wordpress, but honestly, they are pretty clunky. I'd pay for a tables plug-in, given how much I would use tables if I could.
Hi, could you let me know where the custom less/css is saved to - i.e. how I could access it directly via the server.
I hid the Admin Bar by mistake and now can't save any changes to the Custom CSS as the Save Button is not available - so I need to find another way to access and edit the custom CSS.
Thanks in advance
I checked the demo for the new bootstrap theme (http://themes.pagelines.com/bootstrap/) and I really liked the slider on it. I suppose it was not done using 'impulse' or 'flick slider', was it? How was it done?
By Audun MB+
How do I get the LESS in a child theme to compile?