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I’m still getting an error.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end, expecting T_STRING or T_VARIABLE or ‘$’ in /clientdata/www/au/p/publicspeaking.com.au/blog/wp-content/themes/executive-pro/functions.php on line 224
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That didn’t work at all. I’ve now changed the theme for the client who wanted one that was mobile responsive and tried this code for that theme too (Executive Pro) but it definitely didn’t work and came up with error codes as mentioned above.
Finally sorted. Got the Genesis people to have a look. Turned out that Genesis hadn’t updated from 1.8.2. to 2.0.2 and the Pro themes need to have Genesis 2.0+ I didn’t get notification that Genesis needed updating on this particular site so deleted it and uploaded a fresh copy and that part of the site is now working.
Thanks, but that didn’t work. I ended up with this error message:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_GLOBAL, expecting T_STRING or T_VARIABLE or ‘$’ in /clientdata/www/au/p/publicspeaking.com.au/blog/wp-content/themes/crystal/functions.php on line 140
I’ve actually done it with the simple full screen plugin and works well. Not sure I like the whole background image for this particular site I’m working on but will leave that to the client to decide.
Yes, thanks Anita. What’s happened is the social media icons have overlaid the ribbon. Actually doesn’t look out of place. I’ve changed the colours of the social media icons and they look like they’re supposed to be on the ribbon. I’ll wait and see what the owner thinks once she sees it.
Ok, thanks Anita. So you’re saying I can’t put them up there at all then?
I’ve just added that code to see what would happen – it’s even putting that text over the ribbon and not up in the top right-hand side. I’ll have to work out what the padding settings are for that section. I’ll go off and explore the css again.