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What you will need to do is specify CSS styles for specific screen widths. For example: /* for mobile & tablet */ @media (max-width: 989px){ .itemOne, .itemTwo{ display: none; } } This display: none style for .itemOne & .itemTwo will only be applied for screens up to 989px wide. You can choose your max width as you need. I hope this ...


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This issue is mainly because of your theme you can change the theme and see if gets resolved. If you want to use same theme you need to add custom CSS for "shipping" class or id. Based on your preference you can either hide or decrease the width for "shipping"


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Use the filter style_loader_src. This filter passes you the full src (i.e. http://localhost:8080/wordpress/style.css?ver=4.9.4), which you can then amend to remove the domain as you wish. For example; function style_loader_src_make_relative ( $src, $handle ) { // Remove the domain part. // site_url() = http://localhost:8080 $src = str_replace(site_url(...


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Unless you have a different function that we are not seeing, in the <td> of your html, you are calling the function "rcp_print_membership_status", however, your function name in the first code example is "rcp_get_status_label". Are you trying to call that first function? If so: As reads: <?php rcp_print_membership_status( $...


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this is just css, probably is just browser cache not clean. However your test page website at this date does not have a .offst class and your main site has you said has a inline css and also an id of formulier. Once this page doesnt have the .offst class, why dont you add an id #my_h2_formulier to that h2 on the test page, and then remove the span on the ...


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I am not sure where this html tags are allowed where this text is going, but maybe something like this: $text_to_add_after_price = '<span class="myclass"> هر متر طول </span>'; Change myclass to the class you want to use.


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From your question I understand you want to wrap the complete sidebar in a div, not the individual widgets inside that sidebar. This is not possible in the registering phase. It is, however, possible in the rendering phase. In your theme this is done with the function dynamic_sidebar. Now, when you take a look at that function, you will see that there are ...


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UPDATE: now that the post is clarified, in your custom sidebar declaration change these lines to the following (this preserves existing wrappers too, which are advisable to leave in unless you know you want to delete them): 'before_widget' => '<div class="customdiv"><div class="widget-content">', '...


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