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  • in reply to: Remove flexslider #60251

    Amit Panishap
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    Any support for this issue?

    in reply to: Sparkling WordPress Theme Dummy Data #57083

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Thank you Movin. The issue has been resolved!

    in reply to: Sparkling WordPress Theme Dummy Data #56692

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Expecting a resolution…

    in reply to: Sparkling WordPress Theme Dummy Data #56301

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Dear Aigars/ Support Team,

    While working on Sparkling child theme today I noticed that the dummy data does not import images like it used to do before. So the imported data does not look like the demo site you’ve setup.

    Kindly confirm whether you’re aware of this issue?

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    in reply to: Sparkling Child Theme – Download, support, function examples #11646

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    I see. Thank you so much Aigars, it worked like a charm. I never doubt whatever you suggest because it works without a fail every time! Just now when I viewed source for home page, post page, different post format pages, single page default and single page full width, I noticed they have different body classes. Thank you so much for that, once again you’ve been very helpful. My problem was that I was using fixed navbar and the content for each post and page moved behind the navbar because those posts or pages did not have the call for action button like the home page but what you’ve suggested will easily fix this with a couple of lines of CSS. Also I learnt something new, that we can style different post formats differently in this way. I might not want to do it because it is a good idea to keep the design consistent throughout the blog, it gives a more professional look. I’m not sure if you agree but this is what I think.

    I am in the process of trimming code and check cross browser compatibility, because right now I have used only chrome-specific selectors so once I’m done with that (probably a week from now) I’ll email the child theme to you to review. In a week or so, you might have enough free time as you should be taking care of the pending work!

    Take care, peace!

    Amit.

    ps. Vinod has done a great job while you were away, he is a very skilled individual.


    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hello Aigars,

    Welcome back home! Hope you had a great vacation last week.

    As I told you earlier, I was creating a child theme for Sparkling. I’m done with most of the work, however, need your help as I am stuck with Home Page layout -vs- Post Page.

    My query is: is there any class or id selector available that can style the home page and post page differently? If there is no existing selector available, then what is the procedure of creating one?

    I’ve posted two screenshots below which will help you understand what I’m stuck at.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F4A-_TryRAYWJVOU1ydkNfLWc/edit?usp=sharing

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F4A-_TryRAUE85N2FpaTYwRlU/edit?usp=sharing

    in reply to: Validation code #11335

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hi Ronald,

    You can place the validation code just before the </head> tag in header.php file. It should work fine. If it still does not work, let us know and we would be more than glad to help you.

    If possible, you may post a link to the website so that we can have a look to find out what’s wrong with the code.

    in reply to: Menu breaks in mobile view #11334

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hi Greatgreg,

    Please copy the following code and paste it into custom styles in theme options [Appearance > Theme Options > Other] (It can also be included at the end of the stylesheet if you’re using a child theme):

    @media(max-width:767px) {
      #content {
      margin-top:12px !important;
    }

    Let us know if this solves the problem.

    in reply to: "Search Results" Header color #11283

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hi once again Delali!

    Your assumption is right, you will need FTP access to your website. Once you’re logged in via FTP, all you need to do is copy “search.php” from “sparkling” parent theme folder to “sparkling-child” child theme folder and then make the above mentioned changes there.

    -Or-

    You can also create “search.php” file inside the “sparkling-child” folder, copy all the contents inside the search.php file from parent theme and paste it in search.php file inside child theme folder. That is also one and the same thing.

    This is how the child theme works. You can download a copy of the file you want to modify (from parent theme) onto your computer, make the changes, and then upload the file into your child theme folder. Any files that are uploaded to the child theme automatically override those in the parent theme as anything in the child takes priority over the parent. So if the same file is in the child and in parent, the file in the child theme will take priority. This is called future proof customization because whenever there is a new update release, the update only applies to parent theme and the child theme remains untouched during the update.

    I hope now you have a clear idea on what needs to be done. Still if you feel like asking anymore questions, you are most welcome to do so. Let us know if you’re having any difficulties.

    in reply to: theme use #11276

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hi Bobbob,

    No issues, you can use the Dazzling theme for the client’s website. Dazzling is licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0; which means you can use it as long as you do not remove Licensing and Copyright Information.

    To get a quick and easy to understand overview of licensing you may visit

    GNU General Public License v3 (GPL-3) page on TLDR Legal.

    It will give you a clear picture of what you can and cannot do with Dazzling.

    in reply to: "Search Results" Header color #11274

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hi Delali,

    If you wish to change the appearance of the search results page, where it says “Search results for: “, you need to modify some code which would be of course very easy. It is advised to do this via child theme because if you will modify the code inside the Sparkling theme, the changes will be lost after next update.

    Option A: If you’re using a child theme for Sparkling.

    1. Copy search.php from “sparkling” to “sparkling-child”.
    2. Open search.php for editing, go to Line No. 16 where it says <h1 class="page-title">
    3. Replace it with something like <h1 class="search-title">
    4. Save the file and exit the editor.

    Now go to WordPress Admin > Appearance > theme options > other

    Paste the following code in the custom CSS column:

    .search-title {
      color: #fff;
    }

    Option B: If you’re not using a child theme for Sparkling.

    1. Open search.php inside “sparkling” theme folder for editing, go to Line No. 16 where it says <h1 class="page-title">
    2. Replace it with something like <h1 class="search-title">
    3. Save the file and exit the editor.

    Now go to WordPress Admin > Appearance > theme options > other

    Paste the following code in the custom CSS column:

    .search-title {
      color: #fff;
    }

    Click on save options and preview the results page. This should do the job. Let us know if any further help is required.

    in reply to: Menu Dropdown 2nd Child will not show #11264

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hello Mg3,

    We use wp-bootstrap-navwalker for this theme and by default it doesn’t support more than one sub-menu and also top level items doesn’t point to any page which is done to make it more mobile friendly.

    in reply to: Infinite Scroll is Showing on bbpress Forum #11263

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hello Jade,

    We’ve visited your forums page through the link you’ve posted and it appears that the issue has already been resolved. Let us know if any further help is required.

    in reply to: Show thumbnails on index-page (newest posts list) #11262

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Hello Annevium,

    Thank you for appreciating our work.

    If I understand you correctly, you have inserted some pictures into the post which show up just fine when you open the post but when you visit your main page which shows your latest posts – they are not visible there. Correct me if I’m wrong.

    Solution:

    In order to show the image on the front page, you will need to set one image as the “Featured Image” for that post. When you will edit your post, on the bottom right side you will see an option for “Featured Image” post. Once you set a picture there, it will be shown as the post thumbnail on the main page.

    Hope this helps. Let us know if you meant something else.

    in reply to: Really really stuck #11142

    Amit Panishap
    Participant

    Mark,

    We’ve visited your shop page and it does not seem to have a sidebar. Guess it has already been resolved.

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