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  • in reply to: Column division problem with panels #23717

    Figured it out-had an autoinserted shortcode that messed with the alignment. Once removed, it’s fine.

    in reply to: Column division problem with panels #23712

    I like the effect and it works to wrap it in the [raw] tag. In my case (using the example code above) the second and third panels are lower than the first creating a left to right downward effect. Is there a way to create this with the panels going straight across?

    in reply to: shortcode for popup #22060

    Found it! Thanks for the direction in which to look.

    in reply to: Slider with border #21758

    Apologies for being slow but starting to get there. Based on the top-down idea that you mentioned I changed the first (top) occurrence as follows:

    .standard-slider-wrapper .hide-full_nav .slides-wrapper, .tb-nivo-slider-wrapper .hide-full_nav .slides-wrapper {
      padding: 12;
      border: 0px;

    This worked well in getting rid of the border but two events caused me to fumble with it for a couple of hours
    1- I’ve always read that CSS applied in descending order so had assumed that the flow would be from the bottom up rather than the reverse.
    2-In my first attempt, by unchecking the subsquent border box (in the inspector) it killed the border on screen and thus seemed to be the fix.

    In any case, I really appreciate the help. I’ll try to figure out why the #2 works as it does.

    in reply to: Slider with border #21755

    After searching for a while, found and loaded this into the child theme style.css

    Note: The parent theme does not include any CSS in
    style.css, and so you don't need to @import it here.
    /* Add your custom CSS here. */
    .slides-wrapper, .tb-nivo-slider-wrapper .slides-wrapper {
      background-color: #fff;
       border: 0px; 
      -moz-border-radius: 0px;
      -webkit-border-radius: 0px; 
      border-radius: 0px; 
      padding: 20px;

    seems this would cover all wrapper but it produces on change.

    in reply to: Slider with border #21750

    Sure thing (this is a nonpublished development link and still very rough draft).

    in reply to: 404 page customize #21551

    Worked great -Thanks


    Updated the above to 1.2.2 this AM
    Using 3.1.4 w Framework 2.4.4

    After update video slides lost their left or right alignment. Video shows directly beneath the text instead of left or righ aligned with truncated image.

    Any suggestions appreciated.

    in reply to: using css in child theme #18213

    Fair point. LInk follows below. What I found when testing it on the live site was that it worked fine (the fold of the ribbon is cutoff but that might be the amount of padding or the box layout) so maybe there’s some setup problem in Xampp that’s beyond me.

    Nonetheless, the opens great design possibilities. As far as CSS goes, once your’re using a child theme should all custom css code by moved from the theme options style tab to the child’s style sheet?

    Test Ribbon

    in reply to: Updating child theme #17691

    I may not have been clear enough on the post. Child theme is up and running fine for some time. My goal is add some code (reproduced below) to the functions.php file. Logically, it should be put into the functions file in the child theme. So far so good.

    Question is –if I have the child theme modificed successfully on the localhost. Can I just ftp the modified functions.php up to the server letting it replace the old version. Anything to look out for?

    Thanks again for the help.

    If needed here’s the code I’m adding

    Plugin Name: Link PDF Attachment
    Plugin URI:
    Description: Adds a link to the top of a WordPress post to the first PDF attachment
    Author: Chris Knowles
    Version: 1.0
    Author URI:
    function pdf_add_link( $content ) {
    global $post;
    if ( !is_single() ) return $content;
    $args = array(
    'numberposts' => 1,
    'order' => 'ASC',
    'post_mime_type' => 'application/pdf',
    'post_parent' => $post->ID,
    'post_status' => null,
    'post_type' => 'attachment',
    $attachments = get_children( $args );
    if ( $attachments ) {
    foreach ( $attachments as $attachment ) {
    $content = '<div class="pdf_download"><a href="' . wp_get_attachment_url( $attachment->ID ) . '" target="_blank" >Download extra client information as PDF</a></div>' . $content;	
    return $content;
     add_filter( 'the_content' , 'pdf_add_link' );
    in reply to: Pages numbers on blog posts #15591


    in reply to: Pages numbers on blog posts #15571

    Sure thing (see bottom of page)

    in reply to: Embed a PDF file #13476

    I find the the plugin Google Doc embedder works well for this purpose. There are options for download buttons etc. Here’s the description from the plugin page

    Google Doc Embedder lets you embed several types of files into your WordPress pages using the Google Docs Viewer – allowing inline viewing (and optional downloading) of the following file types, with no Flash or PDF browser plug-ins required:

    Adobe Acrobat (PDF)
    Microsoft Word (DOC/DOCX*)
    Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT/PPTX*)
    Microsoft Excel (XLS/XLSX*)
    TIFF Images (TIF, TIFF)
    Apple Pages (PAGES)
    Adobe Illustrator (AI)
    Adobe Photoshop (PSD)
    Autodesk AutoCad (DXF)
    Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
    PostScript (EPS/PS)
    OpenType/TrueType Fonts (OTF, TTF)
    XML Paper Specification (XPS)
    Archive Files (ZIP/RAR)

    in reply to: Mobile responsive #13395

    Got rid of the


    and it works like a champ.

    in reply to: embed youtube wo playlist #13248

    Thanks Jason,
    In case it would help anyone else, I finally located the root of the problem. If you are not logged into your youtube account and simply past the url, then the oEmbed performs as expected (does not keeping playing your other videos).

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