By Liv Kundalini+
Pulling my hair out over here, and would love an assist!
Site I am building, http://www.livkundalini.com/home, has a problem with the submenu items in the nav not appearing.
If anyone wants to see what the Nav should look like, feel free to look in the footer on the left hand side.
Have tried disabling Pagelines and using the twentyseventeen theme, but problem persists.
Saw this error (pasted at the bottom of this post) displaying in the inspector, and saw discussion of Jetpack potentially being a culprit. Disabled Jetpack, but the problem persists.
Had the hosting company even flush the server-side cache, but no avail.
Any thoughts? Please? It's the only thing keeping me from launching this site!
WebSocket connection to 'wss://public-api.wordpress.com/pinghub/wpcom/me/newest-note-data' failed: Error during WebSocket handshake: Unexpected response code: 403 O @ (index):7
I'm using MegaNav on this site and the menu items and logo are "sticky" (which I selected), but the background scrolls.
checking my site today, i'm surprised to see my MegaNav all in bottom of the pages, while it's in header.
After getting to change it in couple of pages onto Template part (too time consuming !), i'm desperate and ask you for help :-)
Thank you in advance !
Good evening. I am attempting to use the Impulse section on a page I am working on (https://dev.elementalkites.com). The tool seems to have the ability to overlay a logo on top of the slider images but in my case it isn't working, even though I have added the logo file and given it a height to display at. I have attached a screenshot for reference. Any help would be appreciated.
There are some Impulse qualities (title, subtitle, alignment, overlay opacity) that I would like to modify, but when I view source I see that unlike other feature sliders that I've used with PageLines, Impulse seemed to be completely executed via script. Usually I would identify the div class or ID and change via LESS/CSS, but I've not a clue as to how to do it with Impulse. Any help is greatly appreciated.