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May 23, 2015 at 6:28 pm in reply to: Jump Start 2.0 RC1 – header content overlaps cart popup with woocommerce #21868
Thanks Jason, I am using the W3 Total Cache plugin and when I disable it the cart popup displays again. I haven’t looked into it yet but maybe there’s a way to invalidate that portion of the page to avoid this particular caching issue.
I must have overlooked that theme in the Downloads folder and I do normally start with the Blank Child Theme but I haven’t had a chance to get familiar with the new Theme Base setup.
Thanks for the quick follow-up and for clarifying those styling customization points. I also agree that it’s much better to start with the blank theme and only add what you need.
Thanks Jason for the Beta #3 update and I have some feedback as I start to demo the latest release.
Here’s the settings I’m starting with:
Theme Base : “Super User”
Active Theme : “Boxed Starter Child Theme”
The first thing I noticed when I set up the main menu is that the link color was set to white and it’s not visible on the existing default background color. It felt like this might be a nice option to include the ability to adjust the menu link color. I checked the link colors and my default settings show variations of blue, so I realized that wasn’t intended to affect the main menu links.
Next, I wanted to start by adding a google font (Open Sans) and apply it to all of the headlines. I found that since there was an overriding value in the theme preventing the google font from being applied:
It’s an easy fix and once it’s adjusted to font-weight then the custom google font is applied. I’m just getting all of my WP files updated and will let you know if I find anything else that might be helpful.
Thanks again for all the hard work you are doing.February 1, 2015 at 8:30 pm in reply to: Jump Start 2.0-beta2 fun and WooCommerce chit-chat #20392
I’m also echoing what others are saying about having a demand for woocommerce integration. I already completed a jumpstart 1.2.4 + woocommerce project a few months back and suspect the demand for those types of ecommerce projects will continue.
Nice work so far Jason with what you’ve presented with the woocommerce screenshots. I’m looking forward to the next beta release to check that out.
It looks like the error that I was seeing was caused by the theme folder “jumpstart2”. Once I changed that and set the child theme then the permissions error went away.
Thanks for releasing the 2.0 Beta! I’ll be digging into this more over the holiday break this week but at first glance I ran into a problem trying to view the Appearance > “Theme Base” link.
As an admin user, I get the following error: http://local.wordpress.dev/wp-admin/themes.php?page=jumpstart2-base
You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.
Thanks Jason for the upcoming beta release! I also appreciate all your hard work.