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  • emasai
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    You will need to install a web inspector on your browser, then you can view your site and see which elements need changing in the css and view the effect it will have directly in your browser. It will also give you the line numbers. Best to make a back up copy of your css file first and then modify the original, in case you mess up and need to go back. Hopefully you are familiar with FTP as this is the best way to modify your files. If you use the WordPress editor, you will not see the line numbers and in the case of a functions file, can crash your site.


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    • This reply was modified 1 week, 6 days ago by  emasai.
    • This reply was modified 1 week, 6 days ago by  emasai.

    emasai
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    My suggestion of giving each slider page a custom body class would help you organize all this. So you are only targeting the pages that have a class of say “superslider” then you can remove all the extraneous elements that you do not require on those pages.


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    emasai
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    Sorry for the delay, caught up in work.

    To just show the full width slide show, you need a specific page template to show your full width slider show without the background. For the moment I can replicate what you want in the browser, but it means that you are loading both the content with the background image and the slider on top. This will use up a lot bandwidth, not a good fix.

    BTW, I can still see the white band above and below the slider.


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    in reply to: Parallax Pro not responsive for mobile/iPad #152043

    emasai
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    Your question is really too vague to give a specific answer. Which particular area do you wish to improve? Which browser width? According to how you set it up, Parallax Pro can be a difficult beast to tame!


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    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 1 day ago by  emasai.
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    in reply to: header image for Balance #152042

    emasai
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    A height of 728px is not great for SEO as all your content will fall beneath the fold. For mobile phones I would remove it completely, people checking web sites on their phone are looking for information not pretty pictures.


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    in reply to: background image for Balance #152040

    emasai
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    Theoretically yes if your image is a .png. You only needed to remove the background-color: #FFF; from #inner.

    A link to your site would be helpful if you require further advice.


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    emasai
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    To find a specific page id, you need to use a web inspector and view the html output. The page id will be at the top and look something like this:
    <body class=”page page-id-86951 page-template-default custom-background header-full-width full-width-content” itemscope=”itemscope” itemtype=”http://schema.org/WebPage” cz-shortcut-listen=”true”>

    Next with your web inspector you need to find which tag is outputting the white background, in your case
    .content .entry{
    background-color: #fff;
    }

    Next in your css file add each page id and tag and remove the background:
    .page-id-86951 .content .entry{
    background-color: transparent;
    }

    For several pages, you need to state the full tag and separate with a comma except for the last one:
    .page-id-86951 .content .entry,
    .page-id-87314 .content .entry,
    .page-id-87268 .content .entry{
    background-color: transparent;
    }

    A simpler way would be to give each of this type of page a body class e.g. photography, and use that instead.
    .photography .content .entry{
    background-color: transparent;
    }

    The body class can be added to each page below the text editor, under Layout Settings > Custom Body Class. If this is not visible on your posts/pages go to the top of the page and click on Screen Options (top right corner) and check Layout Settings.

    Scots Wha Hae!


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    in reply to: targeting a specific page element #152029

    emasai
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    If you are targeting all the p tags just on the home page .home p should work. If you are targeting all the ul elements bear in mind that the navigation uses ul tags, so you might need to be more precise in your choice of tag. E.G. target the a or li elements on an ul within a specific div.

    A link to your site is always helpful when trying to troubleshoot.


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    in reply to: background image for Balance #152026

    emasai
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    Wherever you add the image,

    background-color: your image;

    is for the background color only as it specifies. Use

    background: url(images/yourimagehere.jpg) no-repeat;
    The image will tile automatically unless you add the no-repeat.

    Try it in both tags and you will see which one suits you best.


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    in reply to: Mobile responsiveness #147507

    emasai
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    Change the width on the following line to 100% instead of 48%

    .header-image .site-title > a {
    background: url(http://www.blingzconcept.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Untitled.png) no-repeat left;
    float: left;
    min-height: 195px;
    width: 48%;
    }


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    in reply to: How I do for change the typeface? #147506

    emasai
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    Just change the font-family line to this

    font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;


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    in reply to: Mobile responsiveness #147489

    emasai
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    @longy101 – Start a new post and add a link to your site. We cannot see what is wrong if we cannot see the site.


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    in reply to: How I do for change the typeface? #147488

    emasai
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    Look in style.css on the body tag where it says font-family, add Verdana.


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    in reply to: Help – Soliloquy Slider NOT Responsive #147358

    emasai
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    You have put it in the header widget area which has a static width of 1024px. Try changing it to the following:
    .site-header .widget-area {
    width: 100%;
    height: auto;
    }


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    in reply to: Mobile responsiveness #147347

    emasai
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    I’m not seeing again media queries for 1360 width, so I’m guessing when you made some changes you might have forgotten a closing curly bracket }


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