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Possible to Have Conditional CSS Based On Presence of Image or Not?
I have been searching for a solution on this but I'm not sure if it is possible but I'll ask anyway. I would like to format the margins of the post excerpts in the .article-wrap and in the .clip-box but this will vary depending on whether or not there is a featured image attached to the post. Is there a way to produce conditional results through CSS?
WHP6: Can the WHP Slider be limited to appear on Home Page only?
Can the WHP Slider section be limited to appear on the Home Page only? If so, how? In other words, it is possible to hide it on specific posts/pages but what about ALL posts/pages except the Home Page? This was possible in the old WHP through a checkbox selection.
Search Box in Mobile Menu
Hi to all,
Is the only way to remove the search box in the mobile menu is to use CSS (see attached image)? Something like 'display: none' for example? Please see the image attached to see the search box. I have disabled the option for the NavBar but I expected this would also remove it from the mobile menu as well...
My site is: www.jawdesigns.co.uk
How can I disable FIXED, HEADER or FOOTER without display:none?
It's a distraction when editing the site when the fixed area always reappears if I delete it and reload.
How can I completely remove the fixed are or header or footer (with functions.php?) without just hiding them in CSS. As I don't want them to load unnecererily.
Full Width Woes
I am trying to create a main page that makes use of some full-width elements. I don't want these full width areas (canvas, header etc) to appear on any pages other than the front page. My dilemma - I have hundreds of pages. Why does the UI not provide an option to show these areas only on specific pages vs saying where you don't want them to appear?
I have never spent more time trying to assemble a simple site than I have with DMS. Bugs aplenty and interface flops galore. Sorry to rant but I can't imagine I'm the only one that is utterly frustrated by the idea that this is supposed to be a drag and drop framework.