By Houston Haynes+
Hey folks - I'm trying to get right of some 'dead space' at the bottom of the page in the Material Theme. (see attached) Those two gray lines have an "Edit" button in between them when the browser has a login cookie for the site. Here I created a screenshot from a browser session that doesn't have context for my main login, so you can see that the "Edit" indicator is gone, but the bars and the space it occupies still remains. Can someone help me isolate this so I can make it *completely* disappear? Thanks.
I am working with a very basic site, solely for the purpose of learning how DMS and various section work. The most exotic aspect of the site is that I installed WhiteHouse Pro 6.
Unlike all other sites I've dabbled in, this one is missing the Fixed area. Is that a feature of WhiteHouse Pro 6?
The site is also missing the red top bar (is this the fixed area) that is shown in the sample.
I've encountered the WSOD on my account turmericforanimals.com & according to BlueHost its due to an error due to result of a broken/corrupt theme or plugin
I have been using DMS with pinspro plugin
I tried all their troubleshooting solutions BUT nothing has worked so I'm seeing if you can clear it up.
I followed their guide to
They say that: - "its not hacker related it has something to do with the errors in the code thats why when I checked the error logs it says: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /home3/turmeri6/public_html/wp-content/themes/pinspro/header.php on line 9"
Are you able to help with this OR do I need to go back to BlueHost??
Unfortunately if one selects DMS 2.0 theme "customize" button WP>Appearance>Themes>Active>DMS 2...and it is already installed, active and customized....it resets the site and removes most customization...not good if you didn't want it do reset. It should instead take you to the DMS 2.0 menu as if the designer is ready to continue to customize without removing prior customization. It should also give a "warning" if you select this button "customize" all prior customization will be removed...are you sure you want to proceed. This might help new users of DMS 2.0. Thanks for listening!
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Website URL: www.golfdynamics287.com
Framework Version: DMS 2.0
WordPress Version: 4.0
WP's menu Appearance>themes installed... shows two Pagelines themes: one active (DMS 2) and one inactive (Pagelines 2.4.4). Can I delete the inactive Pagelines Framework 2.4.4 since it isn't active without disrupting DMS 2.0? Or are both needed? The site's menu system is acting weird...sub pages will not stay under parent page after saving menu...and I want to delete all unused themes and plugins.
Thanks for your help!