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bouzen    0
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Hello

 

I have on http://sulivet.dk problem with my layout editor. I can't edit my theme color and width. I have try to diasble all plugin, and have update wordpress to newest version 3.7.1

 

Editor save my setting, but they will not change it. 

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Danny    1,327
Danny

HI,

 

Can you provide a screenshot of your color settings page and also what happens when you try to change the width ?


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greenfly    230
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Could You please go to PageLines > site options > advanced > and enable debug 

 

We can test some things out for you. 


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greenfly    230
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Thank you 

 

You can see the debug information here http://sulivet.dk/?pldebug=1 

 

Checking the debug information the following is shown 

 

PHP Open basedir restriction : Yes!

PHP Magic Quotes gpc : Yes (bad)

PHP User : Posix functions are disabled on this host!

 

First step is to contact your hosting provider and ask them to update your PHP to a more recent version or remove these functions. 

 

These are functions that have been deprecated and removed as of PHP version 5.3. They are known to cause problems. also ask them to enable posix functions. 

 

 

Also, if the issue persists after this try disabling your non-pagelines plugins and then try this again. If it works re-enable each plugin one by one until you find the one that fixes the issue.

 

Also noticed that you have a mobile responsive plugin on your site but Framework is responsive by design so you shouldn't need this. 


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bouzen    0
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Hey

 

I try to contract my webhost. I have try to disabling all plugin without helt, and mobile rospenstive plugin is a tool tip plugin. I write back again later

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Danny    1,327
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OK, keep us posted.


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