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OK, I will ask my host what may cause this.
Thank you for your advice. However, as far as I can see the address http://comart.se seems to be locked in some way. It is not editable.
And I did try to change the address at the main site. Multiple times without success.
I also tried a change in wp-config.php at define('DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', 'comart.se');
But that caused the network settings to be inaccessible because the network-pages showed an error.
Could there be a place in the PHP-files that maybe will affect the settings in back-end?
I forgot to add a screendump of the settings page that shows that the site address is greyed out and not editable:
Any other way to edit site address for SSL?
As my translation with mo- and po-files are not working I made the hardcoded translation within the functions.php file. But there are still words that are not translated, .
For example By, FILED UNDER, PREVIOUS POST, NEXT POST. These can not be found in the functions.php. Where are they hidden?
Thank you for directing me to the right code. But I wonder, will not an update of the theme delete any changes there?
Thank you for your advice. I found the file and translated it to Swedish. I saved it as sv_se.mo and sv_se.po. These files are in the same languages-folder as milan.pot. However I can´t see that the words are translated. They are still in English.
In the settings in backend I have choosen Swedish as language setting. And I did also clean the browser cache. But still it is in English.
Should the files have some other namne?January 20, 2017 at 8:31 am in reply to: How to get a Template page visible in the Page > Template menu #199731
Thank you, Victor Font,
OK, then I have to look into the server or if there are any cache effects anywhere.
Have to speak with my web host.
Great to know this, so I am not fencing in the air.
Then it is easy to make one's own pages, at least as long the code is GPL. 😉
CharlieLJanuary 20, 2017 at 7:46 am in reply to: How to get a Template page visible in the Page > Template menu #199723
Hi Victor Font,
The first lines of code are these:
<?php /* Template Name: Landing_C2 */ remove_action( 'genesis_before_post_content', 'genesis_post_info' ); /** Remove the entry meta in the entry header (requires HTML5 theme support) */ remove_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_post_info', 12 ); /** uncomment line below if you are using any after post widgets */ remove_action( 'genesis_after_post_content', 'genesis_after_post' );
CharlieLJanuary 18, 2017 at 9:55 am in reply to: Enterprise Pro Home Bottom Widget do not accept lists #199614
Thank you so much, Victor font!
Your link explained it clearly: As I am not acquainted with how to bring the code into the Loop,
I had to accept that no typographic styles are allowed in the import into a Widget.
It is interesting to learn how ordinary arrangements like making a bulleted list affects the
way one has to work in WordPress.
That changed my view on Widgets. It seems better to avoid them.
Thank you, Victor Font for your comment.
It doesn´t seem to be a good idea to override WordPress. I guess WP-updates then may be more cumbersome for clients.
But I will look further into this task and check if it will be possible to come close to the menu of the example site, within
the limits that WP sets.
Thanks, Susan for the useful links! Yes, it seems to be issues with IE that causes this doubling of measures.
There was one comment in the first link saying: "the only real reason to use (r)em is so IE users can resize
the text?" But other comments bring a lot of confusion to which strategy to follow.
Therefore it would have been interesting to hear the incitement for the developers of the Infinity Pro theme
to use both measures, or maybe that´s against their policy. However, it is always better to have some deeper
insights on the themes one is working with. It is of great value when choosing a theme for a new site.
The tutsplus.com-link was also good. I have to read it again to fully comprehend the content. I have not used rem
before so there are some new things to me to be used to.
Thank you, Susan, for commenting.
Thanks Victor Font for your comment.
OK, so then there is only the body selector to work with.
Of some reason my change of the font-size in the style sheet didn't show up on my
web site at my first test. Maybe there was some kind of error that I am not aware of
so I have to retry. But I got a feeling that something will override the body tag.
It would have been interesting to hear how the creators of this theme were reasoning
at its planning. If it was ment that the browser should set a standard font-size or what.
I can´t derive it from the style sheet.
Good point. I guess you mean Author Profile or bio for users.
Naturally an easier way to manage it as I saw that the theme was prepared for Author Profile in the CSS.
Thank you carasmo.
Yes, there are plugins for almost anything. But it can be hard to find them and choose among them.
I will look deeper into your suggestion.
Thanks a lot,
Thanks, so it is Instagram housing risky ads. Good to be aware of.