Lisa at OG

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  • in reply to: Removing image border for only one home page featured widget #7981

    Lisa at OG
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    Thanks. I knew it was going to be something small in my code. That always happens when you’re eyes are tired and you’ve been working a while on a project. LOL!

    in reply to: Removing image border for only one home page featured widget #7973

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    And the winner is… ding ding Riavon! Yes, that did the trick and I just had to add !important after each line of code. Worked. That’s brilliant. Thank you to both Riavon and Doak for sticking with me and finding a solution. Yeahhhh.

    in reply to: Removing image border for only one home page featured widget #7963

    Lisa at OG
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    I do use Firebug. The code as suggested did not work…

    #featured-post-2 .featuredpage img,
    #featured-post-2 .featuredpost img {
    border: none !important;
    background: none !important;
    padding: 0px !important;
    }

    Not sure where to go from here.

    in reply to: Removing image border for only one home page featured widget #7952

    Lisa at OG
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    Thanks for trying to help Riavon. It is actually a featured page — not a post, which is why I had removed the .featuredpost img part of the code; but, regardless, it still isn’t working. I’m wondering if it is not recognizing #home-bottom-1 for the image because I’m missing a step or have to add a new class or something. The original code for the images does not reference specific middle featured widgets but lumps them in as a whole….

    Any other suggestions?

    in reply to: Custom Text Color Responsive Slider #7937

    Lisa at OG
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    Are you using any cacheing for your website. Sometimes your code is fine but it just isn’t showing up yet if you have cacheing enabled. Just a thought.

    in reply to: Gravity Forms Design Issue #5298

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    I want to thank you all for trying to help. It ends up that I was clearing my cache plugin BUT had not cleared the cache for Cloudflare for that specific CSS file and it was causing the issue. I had to go into the client’s Cloudflare dashboard and specifically purge cache for the css. Arggghhhh!

    in reply to: Simple Hooks – Read More #5231

    Lisa at OG
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    I’m not too clear on what it is you are trying to accomplish but would it make sense to have the [read more] link open up a separate page with your contact form on it. You could create a separate a landing page with a specific form on it for your posts — that way you can pre-populate the specific forms with the post information that it relates to. If you use Gravity Forms (which I highly recommend) you can then also use conditional logic very easily as well as set up your admin notifications so that you know which form they filled out. Hope this helps!

    in reply to: ie7 workaround for wrap height #4325

    Lisa at OG
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    Below the slider there is a grey strip of colour where it should be just the text butted right up against the slider images.

    in reply to: ie7 workaround for wrap height #4311

    Lisa at OG
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    Hmmm. Here’s the link again: http://www.originalginger.com/demos/legacy-2/. Thanks for any help you can provide. It only seems to be a problem in ie7 and I still haven’t found a solution.


    Lisa at OG
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    Hi Helen, with the new responsive css in child themes, if you make changes to graphic  element sizes it can go awry (like with your logo). It used to be much more straight forward with the old child themes because it just resized the entire page down to size. Now we find that it’s easier to strip out the css responsive code and develop the site as we used to. Then, if we need to optimize for smart phones and tablets we just create a  mobile optimized site separately using say WPTouch or something similar. I hope this helps…

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