Could anyone help with a small issue I'm struggling with please? I've posted about this before but didn't actually get an answer that related to the matter to be able to fix it.
Okay - I am working on this site: www.couriers.tv
I have used 'Elements' at the top and 'Lander' further down - but unfortunately they both set the main text as 'H1' headings. I believe this is bad for search engines and I would like to adjust the Lander to be an 'H2' but I have no idea where to start?
Any help would be very welcome, thanks.
I have set up my homepage using the Elements sections, a Masthead at the top and then a selection of Heroes lower down.
I only just realised that the Heroes set a H1, as does the Masthead.
Is there an easy way I can change the Heroes to an H2/H3 etc so as to improve the structure of my headers, whilst keeping the Masthead as H1?
I really don't know much at all about CSS, which is why I use Pagelines because it's just so easy to create good looking pages without too much confusion.
page for reference is https://www.avangocouriers.co.uk
By John Olsson+
I have a problem with the regular textbox in pl5, in this case, the text goes in that container, but it will hide som of the text, as if the container itself won't fit?
Is this some kind of bug or have I done something stupid, never happend before with pl5 doh, can I do something smart about it?
Version: Version 5.0.108
Look here: www.gastronova.co56.se
By Barnaby Skinner+
I've been trying to justify the base font in PL5 with the Framework theme, but in doing so it's thrown a curve ball; it seems the font styling used by many of the PL5 Element sections (masthead etc) is overriding the global CSS.
I set the base font style to justified in the Typography backend panel, and it seems to only apply to the base font used in standard Text sections, not to the base font used in text boxes within Element sections, could be others too, but not checked.
Can we override this? It seems odd to have to (somehow) apply justification many times to different containers using the same base font, right?
Also - I tried to add the CSS font-variant: small-caps; to the H3/4/5/6 CSS field in Typography panel, and again nothing happens, this time not even in Text sections!
Confused I am! Please help...
A week ago I setup a brand new install of Wordpress and latest DMS. Wanted to try the Whitehouse theme but accidently activated iBolg first. Went back and chose whitehouse, but now when I look at the templates area, there are a bunch of Iblog templates there but no whitehouse named templates (and something called iPage Handling in Page Setup column?). Further mystery is there are several whitehouse sections available to add to page. no iblog sections though...?
Also having some weirdness with editor. When I change the Primary Text typography to Georgia and a large size (like 24px) the blue navbar separator bars extend down below the bottom of the navbar area. Using Inspector, I can see I can set height in CSS to deal with that. But while in the DMS editor, I can't see the new text size being displayed! If I logout and view the page, it looks big like I chose in a couple different browsers, but in CHrome while logged in to editor, the font is small
Any suggestions? Would like to see what my text choices look like without having to log out.
Site at: http://18.104.22.168/~harmhill/newsite/
Wordpress version 4.2.3
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several DMS sections/plugins