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December 8, 2015 at 7:19 pm in reply to: Menu icons not showing, how to optimize / remove / merge scripts & stylesheets #24388
Thank you! That was quite comprehensive and much appreciated! The problems are because the site was on FreeBSD, and migrated to cpanel using tools. The permissions on FreeBSD were the issue.
Caching will be handled, but is not normally necessary with other themes. The confusion with the child is that your updates include a child theme upload. Do we load the child theme directory as is, if our child is named specifically? I didn’t, and everything looks fine.
Thank you again. Working with so many themes and authors and lack of consistency in the community, (“standard” is relative – especially when there are individual style sheets with themes that offer pre-set options) makes this a bit more of a challenge, but understanding your methods and assumptions (cached, fallback, etc.) really helps!
Best to you!
DebbieDecember 8, 2015 at 1:00 am in reply to: Menu icons not showing, how to optimize / remove / merge scripts & stylesheets #24368
No problem. I think we’re ok. I’m migrating 100s of sites, so I’m not always finding myself in the right place on these support areas that require login. Publically-posted comments are not in our best interest, when competitors often use them to pitch clients about issues we discuss. Thank you for your help, you’ve been wonderful.December 7, 2015 at 1:07 am in reply to: Menu icons not showing, how to optimize / remove / merge scripts & stylesheets #24356
How do we fix this? (Checked forums already.)
And how do we lower the number of js calls to the site to speed it up? 50% of load is js queries. (Did the custom-name child theme, or something else on our side, cause this?)
Thanks!November 5, 2015 at 1:49 am in reply to: Menu icons not showing, how to optimize / remove / merge scripts & stylesheets #23869
Hello, How do I just disable the menu font icons, please?
Bad path in plugin entries (caused by directory change)–repaired manually.
[23-Feb-2014 21:07:55] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/classic1/public_html/wp-content/themes/alyeska/framework/frontend/functions/sliders.php on line 384
It happened before I ran the plug-in. But it’s ok. I’ll check this out, and I am going to try it again from scratch. The id that is calling the builder is obviously “what broke,” since the data is all there.
Hope your games went well! Thanks for your assistance!
Thank you. I actually hadn’t touched the database, I changed the URL, then moved the files to another directory. All other data remained untouched, except the builder data (home page and sliders.) I’ll try again. We mainly wanted to make sure it doesn’t happen again. (I used WP search and replace plugin afterward to correct image links, which worked with no additional damage.)
*Unless changing the url/path in admin serializes….so the process would be to run the plugin first, without touching the settings, then move and test? Sorry this is basic WP, but I haven’t seen this happen with 1,000s of sites built. Thanks again!
Hi, I now tried restoring the site to the original sub-directory, (this is all using the same database and just changing the directory) and the builder content, and all sliders, are still gone. Please let us know why this would happen (it is not a standard wordpress issue), as soon as you are able to reply, In the meantime we’ve had to restore the old website so I’ll need to reload the WP files once you have time to assist.
The client will launch as soon as we understand why this would happen and are able to repair. The data is still in the database.
Sliders are empty. URL issue?
+ “links to its post.” Perfect! Thank you!