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Sorry, I thought the URL I provided would be self-explanatory (http://tweenietots2.co.uk/longmoorcps).
Basically, I have an image on my homepage on which I would like to place a callout (see website above for reference). I know I can edit the image and do this, say, with Photoshop, but I want the callout to be in text format rather than image format.
Here is a link showing the sample image I am talking about:
Hope this is clear enough for you to help me.
Much appreciate it,
site is back online for you to review.
I also noticed that the header image will only show up if I insert a logo under SITE IDENTITY. Is this intended or am I getting something wrong?
You sure made my day!
You should see 10 items on the main menu (Italian).
The English only has 4June 4, 2016 at 12:59 pm in reply to: Reduce space between navigation menu and web pages #9595
The only snag is that there is a slight different space between the homepage and all the other pages. You can see this by looking at the right sidebar of homepage and of other pages. Any hints to correct this?
Site is back online as of now.
Tks,June 4, 2016 at 6:33 am in reply to: Reduce space between navigation menu and web pages #9587
I worked great!June 4, 2016 at 5:14 am in reply to: Reduce space between navigation menu and web pages #9577
OK. Site is offline due to restyling. However I have temporarily put it online so that you may take a look at what I am trying to achieve (get rid of white space between navigation menu and slider on homepage).
Here is the URL
http://www.rivendellinternational.it/May 24, 2016 at 3:29 pm in reply to: How to remove default homepaHow to remove default homepage in Education Hub Free #8703
The site has been put offline pending restyling and a solution to this issue. At present it shows a COMING SOON page using a WordPress plugin. Site URL is http://www.rivendellinternational.it
I can deactivate the COMING SOON plugin and put the site back on for you to review.
I also noticed a strange behaviour when I activate a plugin called polylang (used for multilanguage websites).
I followed these steps in an attempt to remove the theme’s default homepage and replace it with my own home page:
1) Created a homepage (Home)
2) Created an About Us page
3) Set up a static page as front page (I do not want my sie to look like a blog)
4) Created a main menu
5) Added the two pages to the menu
End result: two Home homepages are shown, the one I created and the default homepage showing up like a blog page.
I have been at it for ages and unless you guys shed some light on this I will have to go for another theme.
Some forums suggest deleting a section containing the word “home” in the theme’s header but I could not find anything like that.
Look forward to your support.
RossMay 24, 2016 at 11:24 am in reply to: How to remove default homepaHow to remove default homepage in Education Hub Free #8683
I keep ending up with two Homepages on my site, the homepage I create and the default homepage, which I am unable to hide/remove/delete/edit. All suggestions provided in forums have not worked. Can anyone help. Would the PRO version solve this problem?