It took me a long time to figure this out so I thought I'd share my experience. Maybe someone can verify or benefit.
NextGen is a popular gallery plugin. With the Plus or Pro versions, which have features you need, there is a second plugin called NextGen Pro.
With NextGen Pro activated, you can't add DMS sections, the DMS2 GUI just doesn't let you drag them. However, you can work with the sections that are already on the page.
With NextGen Pro DE-activated, its functionality breaks but you can add sections (e.g., ones containing the galleries you're creating).
Bottom line, workflow is
- leave the regular NextGen plugin activated
- deactivate the NextGen Pro plugin to add DMS2 sections
- reactivate the NextGen Pro plugin to configure your galleries and publish the site
Hope this helps.
I think my client may have done something to mess with the pagelines settings of their site. Specifically the drag and drop feature, the heading will not let me drag other elements on top, only side to side.
Can I email you credentials?
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
hosting: 1and1.com plan: 1&1 Unlimited
I migrated my site to flywheel today and I noticed a peculiar thing after. Everywhere where there was a social media icon---the icons have been replaced by square boxes. AND all the icons in the pagelines framework--edit, clone, delete, publish, custom code...all of it has also been replaced by square boxes. What on earth is going on? Do I take this to flywheel? Has this happened to anyone before?
Website URL: http://casseysdesigns.com
DMS Version: DMS 2.1.1
WordPress Version: WP 3.9.1
Plugins in Use: Pagelines Updater, DMS Professional Tools, Branding DMS - I did test with these 3 plugins off and it made no difference. All other plugins are still deactivated.
I am unable to drag and drop new sections onto my site, I am unable to resize the dms toolbar, I have no hover effects with the dms section editor live - I have to click on the section to get the edit and other options and often the screen times out before the edit section loads up in the dms toolbar. The problem started when I was building a logo gallery with popthumbs, which was the night before last. I have tried everything I can think of :( including removing most of the gallery in case it was a size issue. But upon doing so I realized that the problem was not isolated to just that page, the issue is sitewide!
I am happy to provide login details if you need them to assist me in finding the problem.
I have checked other sites that I have built on the system to see if I had a problem with my browser and/or extensions but I am not experiencing the problem on any other dms sites.
Thanks in advance for you help.