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  • in reply to: About service section. #42556
    DrKnuth
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    Hi!

    > We will definitely consider the request in our next update and
    > try to fix the issue that have occurred in the child theme .

    That would be great. Thank you.

    Here I found the changelog of the latest version of Bizlight:

    https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/browser/bizlight/1.2.4/changelog.txt?rev=75285

    What does “Banner fixed for feature option added” mean?

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #42471
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    I’m sorry for the delay in answering from my side.

    I have been doing some tests and it seems that the problem with the styles has been solved including the issue with the “go to top” icon. So thank you very much for sharing this!

    It is interesting to see that the problem was related to the loading order of the styles.

    However, if other users use a child theme they will have to make this modification to make it work correctly. Is it possible that in a next version of Bizlight a patch is applied for that the child theme works without requiring additional changes?

    I saw that a new version of Bizlight was released but I did not find the changelog.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #37760
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    > The CSS we have provided has worked locally.

    What do you mean with “has worked locally”? Have you compared the result obtained regarding the position of the arrow with the position of the arrow for the original theme? To make this comparison I suggest having two open tabs open: one tab with the child theme and the other tab with the original theme, and switch between both tabs.

    > And as we have already mentioned that such kind of issue usually does
    > not occur while creating the child theme, so we will be looking into
    > the issue and fix them and we will let you know.
    >
    > Hoping for the co-operation .

    Thank you. Were you able to make any progress about this?

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #37021
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    > Also you can adjust the location of the arrow by simply changing the first value.

    Thanks for your reply.

    By the tests that I was doing, for the arrow to move upwards, the first value must be decremented. But even with a value of zero, it still lacks a bit more to be centered. I made the comparison by opening a tab with the original theme and moving from one tab to the other to make the comparison.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #36460
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi! Thanks for your reply.

    > To adjust the position of the arrow in the center please use below CSS.
    >
    > .evision-back-to-top {
    > padding: 2px 13px 9px !important;
    > }

    I compared the result with the original theme and I think it should be a little more up (about 1 mm). I tried changing some of the numeric values of the supplied code, but I could not achieve this result.

    > Also the issue regarding the style, normally these kind of issue does no
    > occur while creating the child theme. So for this issue we are trying to
    > find out the cause and inspecting on the issue further .

    If you find the cause of this, it would be nice to have a patch available for the affected files, especially if the next version of the theme will be published within several months. I think it could be useful for everyone who has the need to use a child theme.

    Thank you for your time and patience 🙂

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #36295
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    Thanks for responding and for the code! It worked and I think the button now has a uniform size, but the arrow is off-center. Can you help me put it back in the center again?

    A curious question: why do you think that when setting the child theme, that causes all these settings of the original theme to be lost and it is necessary to accommodate all this again by hand?

    Thanks again for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #36166
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    Thanks for your reply.

    I was comparing the suggested code for functions.php with the original code for functions.php that uses the WENS child themes plugin and it is exactly the same, so I just uncommented the original code, remove the code suggested in a previous message and then added the CSS code.

    Now the service items does not display underlined text by placing the mouse over them, however the text in the menu options and the name of the blog is underlined by placing the mouse over them.

    On the other hand, the button for go to the top of the page is deformed when using a child theme.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #35970
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    Thanks for your reply. Replacing in functions.php the preexisting code with the one suggest will give the same effect that I mentioned in a previous message when I said to have commented the preexisting code so that only the suggested code is interpreted: the site is shown as if there were some problem with the styles. Below a screenshot.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #35855
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    > In order to avoid such issue create the child theme with the code given
    > below i.e. place the below given code in your child themes functions.php
    > file.
    >
    > (…)

    Unfortunately this did not work. After adding this code in functions.php of the child theme and reloading the site, I get a blank page. I checked the web server error log and I found:

    PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare bizlight_child_style()

    Then I commented the lines of code above, added by your child themes creation plugin:

      add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'bizlight_child_style' );
      function bizlight_child_style() {
            wp_enqueue_style( 'parent-style', get_template_directory_uri() . '/style.css' );
            wp_enqueue_style( 'child-style',get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/style.css',array('parent-style'));
    }

    In this way, only the suggested code would be interpreted in functions.php, but this completely breaks the site styles.

    > Also we are very happy to know that your issue has been solved.

    Yes, thanks! I think it may be useful to include in future versions of BizLight the code you shared in Github.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #35786
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I have tried to make a child theme manually or using the your plugin and in both cases it seems that this generates certain changes in the original theme. For example, the button to go to the top of the page is lengthened and the text in the top menu and for each of the service items is underlined when placing the mouse over them. I was even able to reproduce this behavior in a setup from scratch with Wordpres 4.7.3. Could you check it, please?

    Regarding to the code in Github, thank so very much! It worked! After that, I tested the change you had suggested by adding the CSS code so that the colored area is the same in each service item and this also worked.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #35694
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply. About CSS, I understand. Looks like we had a misunderstanding.

    I’ve been able to enable independent excerpts for each page by adding the following code in functions.php (I know that perhaps it is advisable to use a child theme, but this is a quick test):

    function my_add_excerpts_to_pages() {
         add_post_type_support('page', 'excerpt');
    }
    add_action('init', 'my_add_excerpts_to_pages');

    This enables the “Excerpt” option in the “Screen Options” tab when editing each page. In this way it is possible to create an excerpt with a different text to the body of the page with the desired number of words. I’ve been testing it for blog articles and it works perfectly.

    However it seems that for some reason it is not working in the service blocks. Is there something that overrides this functionality of WordPress there?

    Thanks in advance.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #35297
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi.

    > The word for each post can be limit by going to the particular page
    > edit screen. For this go to Admin Panel > Pages and to the particular
    > page . Here you can put the number of words you want for the page.

    Thanks for your reply. I understand what you say here but that is not useful to me. I’ll try to explain it on another way. This theme uses a different page for each service. On the main page of the site, each service item is displayed with an excerpt so that when you click on one of these items, the entire page is then displayed. The issue I have is that the excerpt for each service item has a fixed amount of words and I would need that excerpt shows for each service item a different amount of words to prevent what I showed in a previous screenshot.

    I hope this time has become clearer.

    > For this you can use the CSS we have mentioned above which is.
    >
    > (…)
    >
    > The CSS has worked on our side.

    Unfortunately this has not worked for me. I could give you access to the site in the test environment if you tell me from what IP you would be accessing it. In this way I would limit access only to you.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: Adjustments in the Blog section #35265
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    Thank you very much for confirming and for your time!

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: About service section. #34729
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    > As far as we have checked the CSS code that is provided to you locally,
    > it is working absolutely fine on our side.

    Thanks for your answer.

    Maybe I did not understand the behavior that should be obtained with the code you suggested. Let’s keep in mind that in a previous message I mentioned two issues:

    1) To limit the number of words to a certain amount, different for each service item.
    2) To make the colored surface for each service item, when place the mouse over the item, be the same.

    The site is currently in a test environment, with no access from Internet.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

    in reply to: Adjustments in the Blog section #34728
    DrKnuth
    Participant

    Hi!

    > The CSS you have mentioned will change the color of the links for next
    > and previous post without affecting color of other links. So you can use
    > the CSS you have posted .Also the CSS we have provided will work for the
    > entry meta links .

    Thank you for confirm. Could you please also confirm that the other block of CSS code mentioned by me for change the color in the internal links of each post and for the related post does not affect other parts of the site?

    Kind regards,
    Daniel

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