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  • in reply to: Support for microformats2 ? #24818
    msiep
    Participant

    Sorry to hear that, but I appreciate the quick and clear reply.

    msiep
    Participant

    That would be great if you get smoothHeight working working for fade in a later update. I much prefer fade to slide because it’s less distracting if the user is trying to read another part of the page. But for things like testimonials that differ in length it makes everything underneath keep moving around. For the moment I’ll just have to manually set a DIV height that’s big enough for all the slides.

    I seem to have fixed the slider / phpMyBackupPro script problem by changing the code in my functions.php to:

    /*--------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    /* phpMyBackupPro Scheduler script to automate MySQL database backups */
    /*--------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    
    function phpMyBackupPro() {
    	include(get_stylesheet_directory_uri()."/phpMyBackupProSchedule.php");
    }
    add_action( 'wp_head', 'phpMyBackupPro' );

    Thanks!

    msiep
    Participant

    BTW, I noticed that the “Allow height to adjust on each transition?” option is available only if the transition is slide, not if it’s fade. I’d find it extremely helpful to have that option also when the transition is fade.

    msiep
    Participant

    Thanks! The culprit was the following that I recently added to my child theme functions.php:

    /* phpMyBackupPro Scheduler script to automate MySQL database backups */
    include 'phpMyBackupProSchedule.php';

    When I commented out the include statement, the sliders worked again. However, I do want to use scheduled phpMyBackupPro database backups, which requires me to include that script somewhere. Is there a better place or way to do that?

    in reply to: How to add responsive elements right of logo? #18966
    msiep
    Participant

    Thank you! This is very helpful. Sorry for my delayed response. For some reason I didn’t get an email notification of your reply so didn’t see it until just now.

    in reply to: popup onLoad? #18818
    msiep
    Participant

    Great – thank you!

    in reply to: popup onLoad? #18810
    msiep
    Participant

    I’m also trying to do something on page load, but I just want to call a JavaScript function. Is there a way to incorporate onload=”myFunction()” into the BODY tag through my child theme functions.php? Or some other or better way to achieve this?

    (I actually only need to run the function on one particular page, so I made the JavaScript function check window.location.href and do nothing unless it’s been called from the page I need it for.)

    Thank you!

    in reply to: Toggle default to open? #7954
    msiep
    Participant

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Create a Search Page #7894
    msiep
    Participant

    Wonderful – the workaround works perfectly. Thank you!

    in reply to: Create a Search Page #7865
    msiep
    Participant

    http://interactioninsight.com/search/ – If it’s a CSS thing, why does it appear in the wrong order in the HTML code when I view source in the browser?

    in reply to: Create a Search Page #7857
    msiep
    Participant

    Jason,

    I’ve just tried exactly what you suggested and it’s working except that the search box always goes at the very top of the page, regardless of where I put the shortcode, e.g. if my page contains the following…

    <p>This text is supposed to be above the search form, but instead it is below it.</p>
    [searchform]

    …then the text is below rather than above the search box. At first I thought this might be a CSS issue that I could deal with in my child theme custom.css file, but inspecting the source in my browser showed otherwise:

    <div class="entry-content">
    <div class="themeblvd-search">
    <form action="http://interactioninsight.com/" method="get">
    <fieldset>
    <span class="input-wrap">
    <input class="search-input" type="text" value="Search our site..." onfocus="if(this.value == 'Search our site...') {this.value = '';}" onblur="if (this.value == '') {this.value = 'Search our site...';}" name="s">
    </span>
    <span class="submit-wrap">
    </fieldset>
    </form>
    </div>
    <p>This text is supposed to be above the search form, but instead it is below it.</p>
    <div class="clear"></div>
    <span class="edit-link">
    </div>

    Can you suggest a way to fix this?

    Thanks,

    Michael

    in reply to: Alyeska replaced by WPJumpStart? #7559
    msiep
    Participant

    Jason,

    I’m using Alyeska with a child theme that uses it pretty much like a blank slate – http://www.interactioninsight.com. What advantages / disadvantages are there of sticking with Alyeska vs switching to Jump Start? And if there are advantages of switching, do you have any idea how much I’m likely to have to modify my child theme to make it work with Jump Start instead of Alyeska? I’m inclined to think “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” but I’m wondering about site performance, etc.

    Thanks,

    Michael

    in reply to: Blog page error #7558
    msiep
    Participant

    I had this issue too when trying to add a blog page that is NOT my home page, having previously used only static pages on my site. Fortunately I found this topic, and it led me to find the solution.

    The problem was that in Appearance / Theme Options / Content I had at some point in the past specified a Custom Layout for the home page, but I had later decided I did not need to use a custom layout, so I didn’t have any. Even though the posts page I’m adding is not used as my home page (in Settings / Reading) this still caused this error.

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