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  • #190211
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    I have purchased the theme and everything seems to be working fine however I was wondering if there is any way to add a widget to the header options section or the header area of the theme. We use a language plugin and I would like to have it in the header section under the ‘search’ bar instead of it being on the sidebar area (it is too far down on site to be useful).

    Is there a way to do this with the theme?

    Thanks,

    Patrick

    #190215
    Psink
    Keymaster

    Share us your site URL
    Yes, it is possible. You can add language widgets any where in the site. We will provide you a JS to insert that particular widgets inside the header.

    #190217
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    The url is usudbury.ca but the site isn’t live yet with the new theme. It is still pointing to our old website. I am working on the site at the moment and I am hoping to go live next month. We have a lot of content to move manually prior to going live.

    Perfect that would be great. Where would I get the code and then where would I put the code in the template?

    Thanks,

    Patrick

    #190218
    Psink
    Keymaster

    Is it possible to share the site login? Please share to this email prashant.themepalace@gmail.com

    Add language widgets anywhere on the inside and let me know which widgets did you add and where we will inspect and provide you a code

    #190245
    royalbert867
    Participant

    Hello

    #190250
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    Hello psink,

    Are you needing the login for WordPress for this?

    As a note, the domain doesn’t point to the hosting yet and you would need to add an entry in your host file to get to the WordPress site.

    I will be back in the office Monday and will be able to get this sorted then.

    Thanks,

    Patrick

    #190280
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    Hello PSINK,

    Do you need the wordpress login for this?

    As a note, the domain doesn’t point to the hosting yet and you would need to add an entry in your host file to get to the WordPress site.

    Thanks,

    Patrick

    #190284
    Psink
    Keymaster

    You can add target the id of the element and insert it inside any div here is how its works

    https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/19206319?key=2fcebe63623019b73127d9a983332964

    Here is the code
    jQuery(document).ready(function( $ ){
    $( ‘#tophead .container’ ).append(
    $( ‘#search-2’ )
    );
    });

    To add this to the site install the simple custom CSS and js plugin, here is the screen record of how to add
    https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/19206387?key=5c71f375132036db22aadba1a01f4df5

    • This reply was modified 9 months ago by Psink.
    #190286
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    Hello,

    Thanks alot, the code has worked and it is displaying correctly. It currently aligns to the left hand side of the header.

    Is there a way to have it align to the right?

    Thanks,

    #190317
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    Hello,

    The code has worked and it is displaying correctly. It currently aligns to the left hand side of the header.

    Is there a way to have it align to the right?

    Thanks.

    #190501
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    Hello,

    I haven’t heard back with regards to my last request. The JS code worked and the item is listed in the proper location now.

    I was wondering if there was a way to align it to the right side.

    Thanks

    Patrick

    #190514
    ppicard@usudbury.ca
    Participant

    Hello,

    I have managed to fix the issue with the js code and alignment.

    You can consider the issue resolved.

    Thanks.

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