September 10, 2017 at 10:40 pm #53014
I have downloaded the Restaurantz free version to a staging site to experiment with before purchasing and using on my live site. I love the layout used in the demo, so I used the instructions for applying that layout for my tests. When I’m customizing or viewing the home page while logged in to WordPress, the fonts and colors look exactly like the demo and I’m very pleased with how it’s coming along; however, when I view the page as a visitor, the fonts and colors are completely different from what the demo looks like and what I see when live editing or viewing the page as admin. It’s probably something very simple but I don’t have the experience or skillset to figure it out. Can you help me figure out how to fix this so I can know for sure that my site will look the way I intend to site visitors before purchasing the Pro version and taking it live?September 10, 2017 at 10:58 pm #53015
Also, icons are not rendering at all when the site is viewed as a visitor. The areas where icons are used appear as empty boxes. Here is the link to the staging site: staging4.lukesfishandchicken.com.September 10, 2017 at 11:59 pm #53019
Update to issue: I’ve determined it was caused by conflicts with my “Autoptimize” and “CSS Hero” plugins. The CSS caching that I had enabled seems to cause a problem with the theme’s fonts and icons. Can you tell me what I need to exclude in the CSS caching so that those things aren’t affected? Also, is Restaurantz compatible with WooCommerce? I got an integration warning from WooCommerce when I reactivated it that says “Your theme does not declare WooCommerce support”.September 11, 2017 at 1:45 am #53033wensolutionsKeymaster
When we checked the theme locally we do not see such kind of issue.
And yes the font might have changed due to the conflict with the plugin you have mentioned so please deactivate them and verify the issue . As we have not done any compatibility testing with the plugins mentioned the issue is due to the compatibility with plugin .
Also the free version does not support WooCommerce plugin but the pro version of this theme support the WooCommerce plugin . So if you want to use WooCommerce with the theme then you should definitely consider buying the pro version .
Hope this clears the confusion .
Best Regards!!September 11, 2017 at 4:22 pm #53089
Thank you for the reply! If the Pro version supports WooCommerce, then I will definitely be proceeding with my purchase.September 11, 2017 at 11:47 pm #53114wensolutionsKeymaster
Yes the pro version supports the WooCommerce plugin .
Not only this pro version comes with other exciting feature which you might want to consider.
To know more about the pro version please refer to below link:
Thank you .
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