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Thanks Jason, it was worth asking. 99.5% of the time FONT awesome has what I need anyway.
I did figure out that the child-theme switch had hosed the site settings so I reverted back to the original child theme set up via git checkout.
The disappearing footer field I just figured it out about 1.31 minutes ago.
It turns the hidden footer was a setting on Adminimize that wasn’t supposed to — but did in fact — hide that ONE field, their recent update changed… something. And poofed that field. Random.
Problem solved. Lessons learned: 0. :\
Thank you for your reply! Sorry to drag you into it!
Continuing to hunt down the problem. The Footer area with the template sync area is gone. By my understanding, on the entrepreneur base, this should not be. No?
About a week ago I changed the name of my child theme, could this be related?
Wow, I hadn’t known JS had such close integration with Woo. I love that.
Thanks for the intel, Jason. This is everything I need and more.
As always, you rock.
In the end, I’ll be mostly addressing the shop page and the way products are displayed on there.
I need to make the shop display in list view by default, then I’ll be rearranging the products themselves and adding a few wrapper divs. So I think the files I’ll be working on will be:
and then a number of hooks for the product views
Sound like safe territory?
The toughest part is going to be the default list view, I think. No idea how to pull that one off, but I’ll figure it out.
I’ll check that out. Thank you!
You are, of course, correct. Sorry about that, missed that part and thought I was missing something in how to interact with JS.
I’ve got it pulling post_type=events. I had to make a new post, it wasn’t seeing the ones made before I made the slider, which is odd. But now it sees all of the Events posts.
However, I cannot get it to pull by the category. I have two categories for Events: KCRG and KPMG. The following custom queries still do not work:
Not sure if I’m missing something in my category registration. Do I need to do something else to get the slider to see those category names?
Oh. Yea there are a LOT to choose from. I must have been looking in the wrong place. Nooby mistake, sorry about that!
Sorry, the ones above the header in #header .header-top
Perfect, Thank you! I was so close… I had “medium” in there.
I too have renewed. Time to throw on an apron and crawl under the hood! Outstanding, Jason.
Ok cool. Can’t wait to see it!!
Thank you both for you help on this, I discovered the problem. Or at least isolated it. I’d called a new copy of the themeblvd.js in my child theme, so I could adjust the break point. I must have done that wrong, because when I removed it from the enqueue, the maps began working fine.
I have so much to learn…
Thank you again for your help!
Ok I went back and set a location marker, still no dice. I created a separate page with only the map, in case there was something interfering. Again, no luck. Other ideas?