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We are building a long-page scrolling site with Pagelines 5. Our menu is made with # links that go to a container's unique ID, e.g. container_ux7al6g
This works, but it doesn't look great in the menu. Is it possible to assign a 'nice' # link, e.g. /#solutions ?
We used to do this in the DMS2 platform through a workaround, but that doesn't seem to be possible now.
We are using Pagelines >> DMS2 theme. We are using the DMS2 Media Box module on several pages throughout our site. The media box includes an image thumbnail with hyperlinked text (below the thumbnail - located in the embedded HTML text editor). We would like for users to be able to click on the image in addition to the accompanying text. Is there a way to add a hyperlink on the image itself?
Please see the attached screenshot. You'll see we have "Compatibility Matrix" thumbnail image & text within the "Text & Embedded HTML" section that provides an <a href="...."></a> to direct visitors to another page.
We tried to follow this post (http://slickmedia.co.uk/blog/glenns-blog/pagelines-dms-mediabox-add-link/), but it did not help us solve our challenge.
Thank you very much for your help,
Marketing Coordinator, Syn-Apps LLC
As noted elsewhere on the Forum, the Media Box section doesn't have an option to enter a hyperlink to link to another page on my site, ndtest.mamulligan.com. Can someone please advise me on the exact code to use in my child theme (or Jetpack Appearance file) to make the five media boxes (Program Design, etc.) clickable links to the five corresponding areas shown in the menubar? Thanks in advance for any/all help.
I have set up a website asolve.it and have another domain name which I wish to use with it asolveit.co.uk, I have set up a domain alias with my hosting provider, but when I visit the site the pagelines images are not visible. Is there anything I can do to resolve this situation.
Like a lot of people, I have built my wordpress (version 4) website in it's own folder. Not the top level of the hosting server.
The domain was still pointing to the old website also in it's own folder. While i was building the the new website, the IP address/folder(http://s446863904.onlinehome.us/WP) was pointing to the website i was building. I eventually pointed the domain (http://envymeremy.com) here.
Thats when things got a little screwed up. Especially when I made the change in wordpress general settings.
WordPress Address (URL): http://s446863904.onlinehome.us/WP
Site Address (URL): http://envymeremy.com(formerly the same as above)
So after fixing the 505 and 404 issues (editing the .htaccess file in top level of this website) that now follow changing the url, the first thing i noticed was that the fonts weren't embedding.
In my child theme's css file, i had to change:
The pagelines font/symbols for dropdown and slider arrows aren't loading.
So now whats happening is, when I launch the dms editor, it goes to a page that "does not exist". I'm thinking thats because the homepage was http://s446863904.onlinehome.us/WPand is now http://envymeremy.com/.
When i click on the links in the navigation (Home, about us, etc), it takes me to the page, but I don't get the dms editor with options to add anything, edit the sections or anything. Just the page as i would see it if i were not logged into wordpress.
DMS 2 with a child theme
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