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Jul
16
comment How to add show/hide in navigation setting for pages
Does the custom menu function not address your needs? If not, why not?
Jul
16
comment Issues trying to add a href statment with PHP into a PHP Echo Statement
Your question is very unclear. If you know what it should be, why is there a problem? What file is this code in? Paste a larger block, including the if structure.
Jul
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
10
comment Change in the admin stylesheet files doesn't seem to influence the admin area
a) I don't see any rules for an adminmenu "class" in that css file; but there are many rules for the "adminmenu" ID. b) Are you able to effect a change using a tool such as FireBug or Chrome Developer Tools?
Jul
10
comment Change in the admin stylesheet files doesn't seem to influence the admin area
Whic version of WordPress, and which theme/version? Also, can you give one simple example of a modification you are trying to make?
Jul
10
comment CSS rules that the theme gets from a function
Have you tried deleting color values in the customizer? If they are blank, wouldn't the rules in your child theme prevail?
Jul
10
comment Change in the admin stylesheet files doesn't seem to influence the admin area
Do you have any caching plugins activated? (Although I'm not sure that caching plugins affect the admin side of things...)
Jul
10
comment Move both sidebars more to their sides
Perhaps you can describe what you have already tried? That would be a good starting point.
Jul
10
comment Child Theme functions.php has no effect
What does the top comment section of your child theme's style.css look like?
Jul
10
comment Move both sidebars more to their sides
I think your issue is specific to the theme (which, it appears, you got from ThemeFoundry). Can you get support from the theme documentation/authors?
Jun
30
awarded  Critic
Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
He and I took our comments to a chat. I now think the problem is that the GD Library isn't enabled. (He should at least be seeing thumbs in uploads, but he isn't. So it's probably not the zero or 9999 heights.)
Jun
24
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Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
He's got a bigger problem, @M.Doye. The default sizes aren't showing up as selectable options, and he's not seeing different versions of his files in uploads. He's been using either "0" or "9999" as the max heights for Medium and Large. That, I'm quite sure, is his problem.
Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
I don't know what "that doesn't work" means. AFTER changing the width and height settings of your media files as I suggested above, you would have to UPLOAD a new media file and try to add it to a post or your media library in order to see if the zero values were a problem.
Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
Also, inspect your upoads directories to see if there are, indeed, multiple versions of the images being created. For an image named "banner.png" which is larger in both dimensions than your "Large" size, there should be banner-300xnnn.png, banner-650xnnn.png, and banner-900xnnn.png.
Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
Try setting the Max Height values for Medium and Large to some postitive number (650 and 900, for example, respectively), and see what happens. I'm thinking the zero values might be a problem, but it's just a hunch.
Jun
24
comment “Add Media” only shows “Full Size” under Attachment Display Settings
Maybe upload a screen shot of your Media Settings dashboard?
Jun
24
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