How can I get support on pagelines DMS? The product isn't that old and my skeleton themes aren't working and I can't get support in the same way?
I have a number of legacy websites that are running on the above version of Pagelines DMS, where the template has stopped working. I am using a skeleton theme to all of them. What do I need to do to rectify this.
Hopefully an easy question. I have some custom code included in a Next section in a DMS site that I'm converting to platform5. What is the easiest way to insert my code into a "section" which I can easily add to my page structure with the platform5 page editor? I have the Embed extension but that takes javeascript, and my PHP test failed. Also have the Shortcodes extension, but looks like that only inserts objects into the WP-loop? and again, how to create a Hook that can go here?
I would like to upgrade my site to PHP 7, but there is an error warning in the PL Framework theme. I should think this should be fixed asap, I cannot be the only person trying to be up to date.
1976 | ERROR | preg_replace() - /e modifier is deprecated since PHP 5.5 and removed since PHP 7.0
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I am looking to style the Continue Reading Button with the PHP you provided in an earlier ticket here:
I put the PHP code into my site, however I do not get my Icon back, I just get back Read More >>
I have attached a screenshot of the code in place on my site along with the output.
Interested to know what I may be doing wrong? - I am very new to PHP so a bit apprehensive on this.
The Images: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0i4JJXa2jdQN2xoakZNRUdmaU0
Let me know if you need any more information from me.