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Yes it possible. you have to load informations of all images when images loaded on page like example: examp-image1.jpeg load on page. You have to load a div with information of that image examp-image1.jpeg like: <div class="example-image-common" id="example-image1"> Here you write images 1 decriptions which you want to show </div> and on css ...


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There is a plugin Airplane Mode that tweaks good chunk of network–related things core does. I am not entirely sure which kinds of external resources you mean. If you import site and its media into local development installation then most of it will be local already.


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You can use get_post_status(ID) to check to see if the post is published. You'll need to pull the post ID (through WP Query/loop/etc) if (get_post_status( $ID ) == "publish"){ #Show Published Button } else { #Show Not Published Button } Get Post Status in the Codex


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Try this instead: .container-hotel { width:78%; margin: 0 auto; text-align:center; @media (max-width: 480px) { width: 100%; } } .item-hotel { display: inline-block; vertical-align: top; text-align: left; width:230px; margin-left: 40px; @media (max-width: 480px) { float: none; display: block; width: 100%; ...


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I edited your title so as not to give the impression this is a CSS issue - because it isn't. Is this a custom created menu item? If so, you may need to add the trailing slash in menu admin.


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Okay so i did manage to add some custom css selectively on pages that load the medialement player by adding this to my functions.php file: function custom_player() { wp_enqueue_style( 'custom-player', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/wp-mediaelement.css' ); $custom_css = " /*here goes the css*/ ...


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In your particular case you need to change your CSS: .widget ul li a { color: black; }


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You should add !important to your styles in order to override it. Better way to do this is to copy the .img-responsive styles from the Bootstrap CSS file and apply these styles to your desired HTML element instead of adding a class using PHP. img.attachment-large { display: block; max-width: 100%; height: auto; } Or target the element by the ...


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Have much to say about both W3TC and pagespeed, but will try to stay on the point. You should never have a JS external element in you HTML as part of the actual content, they should be either in the head element (but only scripts that must be loaded before the page finishes loading) or just before the end of the body. CSS should be only in the head ...


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You will have to specify template directory in your inline background style too. Use it like this. <header class="entry-header" style="background: url('<?php bloginfo('stylesheet_directory'); ?>/images/bg_the-firm.jpg')no-repeat left top;"> If WordPress strip your inline styles, you can use body classes to add specific styles to each page. ...



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