By Ryan Logan+
Hello all. I'm able to successfully link a website URL or Anchor, via the iBox Icon/Image. When I try to pass a Mailto: or Click-To-Call link, I have the issue shown here.
The Mailto: and Click-To-Call URLs work just fine when using them within the iBox text or iBox title, but not the iBox Link (Optional:).
<a href="tel:+1-312-xxx-xxxx"></a> <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org"></a>
By Keith Vaugh+
Considering something for a new site and need to see if anyone could point me in the right direction.
Imagine I have six buttons in my nav bar. I what the logo to appear in the centre i.e. three buttons either side. Also I would like as the page scrolls that the navbar sticks to the top with a smaller (possibly different) logo still centred.
Anyone familiar with Scroll Header Pro or Scroll Nav DMS sections by bestrag know if they might do the trick?
Thanks in advance for your help. I've been getting this error at the top of the site on web/mobile across different browsers and need to get it resolved. I've tried deactivated and activating all plugins and clearing the cache to no avail.
Notice: Undefined index: settingsgeneral_browsercss_css-type in /home/i9seeyev/public_html/wp-content/plugins/dms-plugin-pro/libs/class.browsercss.php on line 18
The site is 59secondpitch.com and here is the debug info:
DMS Debug Info WordPress Version
WP memory limit
WP MAX memory limit
PHP memory limit
WP Max Upload Size
PHP POST Max Size
PHP Max Execution Time
I'm using the Masonic Gallery with "post" post type. I'm using the Gallery format, and trying to get the post excerpt to display under the title. As I understand it, I should be able to accomplish this by adding [post_excerpt] in the Masonic Meta field in the DMS editor. But when I do that, the shortcode doesn't translate, and just displays literally (ie just "[post_excerpt]") under the title.
Is there any reason why the [post_excerpt] won't work here, while other shortcodes (like [post_author_link]) work just fine?