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Problems copying PayPal button code into theme

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  • #25940
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Can you try to be more specific, as to where you’re putting this code? And how it’s not working?

    #25941
    wswriter
    Member

    Hi,
    Yes, sure. I’m simply adding it to a web page as a Buy Now button that then goes to PayPal.

    It’s with a page that’s been created in the “Pages” section of wordpress, with the template’s “Custom Layout” Attribute set to the page.

    When I add the code and Save most of the button’s code that I pasted into the Raw Content text box disappears. It’s being removed automatically.

    #25943
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    One trick you can try doing is putting it in the main WordPress content of another page and then selecting to pull content from external page instead of raw content. While more complex this should still give you the same desired effect.

    #25951
    wswriter
    Member

    Jason,
    It worked! You’re a genius. Your script is really great; so versatile.
    Best,
    Robert

    #26055
    wswriter
    Member

    Jason,
    Is there a way to add icons to the theme of the footers? I created an icon that I’d like to use instead of one of the ones in the icon library.
    Best,
    Robert

    #26057
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Are you talking about specifically the contact icons setup on your theme options page?

    No, there’s not going to be any user feature to do this.

    Through basic child theme customization you can add custom icons that correspond to any FontAwesome icons: http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/how-to-add-custom-social-media-icons/

    But to just add one random custom icon that’s not part of FontAwesome would be a whole other story.

    #26058
    wswriter
    Member

    Okay, thanks Jason.

    #26063
    wswriter
    Member

    Jason,

    Would your Alyeska html website handle this site if I were to transfuse everything over to it? I want to make my site responsive. There’s a lot of php in it: https://www.writerservices.net

    Best,
    Robert

    #26067
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Apologies, but I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. You mean you want to take the Alyeska WordPress theme and make it look like that design? I don’t sell any HTML templates.

    I would just transfer everything over to WordPress and that’ll allow you to pick a more modern design. And if you’re going with a Theme Blvd theme, I’d suggest sticking to one of the ones using latest framework, which currently include Jump Start, Gnar and Denali.

    #26079
    wswriter
    Member

    Jason,
    Sorry for the confusion. I thought you offered an html template as well.

    Thanks for the additional info. I want to keep this site off wordpress, so I need to find a nice template in html for this one 🙂

    Robert

    #26121
    wswriter
    Member

    Jason,
    I’m trying to use the CSS code for the H tags and black body font but it’s not working for one of my sites. It might be because it isn’t the latest version, but I don’t know how to update the template. How do I do that?
    Robert

    #26127
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    I’m trying to use the CSS code for the H tags and black body font but it’s not working for one of my sites.

    What specifically are you doing? If you tell me what you’re trying to add and show me a link to your site where you’re doing it, I could probably tell you why it’s not working?

    … but I don’t know how to update the template. How do I do that?

    What version of the theme do you currently have?

    #26129
    wswriter
    Member

    Alyeska 3.1.6 with Theme Blvd Framework 2.4.4

    #26130
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Here’s how to update: http://support.themeblvd.com/theme-update-instructions/#themeforest

    Not all that much has been changed since your version, though. I’m not sure how updating would effect trying to make basic CSS changes to header tags. But again, I really have no idea what you’re trying to do.

    http://themeblvd.com/changelog/?theme=alyeska

    #26131
    wswriter
    Member

    Thank you Jason. I’m not sure why the code isn’t working on this site in the Custom CSS box:
    http://www.deadlyprescription.com

    body,
    .boxed-layout .boxed-inner,
    .boxed-layout .element-inner,
    .post_grid,
    article,
    #comments .comment-body,
    #respond {
    color: #000;
    }
    .header-shade { display: none !important; }

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