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  • in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #54163

    Tenika
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    It worked perfectly! Thank you again for all of your help getting these issues resolved. I absolutely love the way our website looks with this theme now!

    in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #54018

    Tenika
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    Worked like a charm! Thanks so much!

    I’d like for my shop page to say Place an Order like it does in the menu. It shows correctly after I go into WP admin and update the page for some reason. It’s the only page within WooCommerce that does this and I don’t know why or why updating the page makes it show up correctly for a while. I’d appreciate it if you have a code that can sort that out for me.

    in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #53851

    Tenika
    Participant

    If you go to this link: https://lukesfishandchicken.com/buy-food/, you’ll see the problem I was referring to earlier with my page title not being reflected correctly in the header.

    in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #53831

    Tenika
    Participant

    Hello,
    I’m not sure what happens when I copy and paste the code here that causes the rendering of the apostrophe to look different. When I look at your response on my PC, both of the marks in your response are identical, but when I look at your response on my iPhone, I can see that one is vertical and the other is slanted to the left on the bottom. When I look at the code in my code editor, the mark is vertical and looks identical to all the other marks in the code in the functions.php file. Maybe a screenshot of the snippet of code from the functions.php file will be easier to see. I don’t think the apostrophe is the issue, but could it be a conflict with another line of code in the functions.php file? What else do you need from me to help me get rid of this annoying message block that’s on every single page of my WordPress admin?

    snippet of code as entered on functions.php file

    in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #53793

    Tenika
    Participant

    I’m using the code editor included in my cPanel’s file manager module. I’ve never had any trouble with it before now, but there’s a first time for everything! I did use WordPad earlier when comparing the difference between my code and yours but I’ll try notepad as well and see if there’s any difference in the result.

      Can you tell me where the missing mark goes within the code so I can add it manually?

    Is it a quotation mark (“) or an apostrophe (‘)?

    in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #53777

    Tenika
    Participant

    I’ve compared what I have and what you provided and couldn’t see any differences but I copied and pasted it again exactly as it was (spaces between lines and all) and this is what I have:

    function restaurantz_pro_child_remove_recommended_plugins(){

    remove_action( ‘tgmpa_register’, ‘restaurantz_activate_recommended_plugins’ );
    }
    add_action(‘init’, ‘restaurantz_pro_child_remove_recommended_plugins’);
    // END ENQUEUE PARENT ACTION

    Again, there is a blank line above the code to separate it from the code preceding it. This still hasn’t resolved the nag message issue and I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. I am new to website design, self-taught and know very little about coding (clearly). I’m sure this is user error but I don’t see where I’m getting this wrong compared to what you provided.

    The problem I was having with my shop page is intermittent and I haven’t figured out yet what triggers it to change. If it does again, I’ll post here again and leave it as is until you’ve had a chance to see it. Thanks for all of your help!

    in reply to: Disable Plugin Nag Messages #53750

    Tenika
    Participant

    Hello and thank you for the quick response! I’m afraid adding the code to my child theme’s functions.php file didn’t work. I double-checked the syntax and spacing and tried entering it both exactly as I copied it from your response and with removing the extra line space between the first and second line of code, but neither worked. This is exactly how I have it entered currently:

    (empty space here separating it from code above)
    function restaurantz_pro_child_remove_recommended_plugins(){
    remove_action( ‘tgmpa_register’, ‘restaurantz_activate_recommended_plugins’ );
    }
    add_action(‘init’, ‘restaurantz_pro_child_remove_recommended_plugins’);
    // END ENQUEUE PARENT ACTION

    Am I entering something wrong?

    I also have a niggling issue with my shop page header title. All of my other pages, the header title matches the name of the page in the menu, but on my shop page (which is titled Place an Order), the header title sometimes shows Archive: Dishes. I then have to go into that page as if to edit it, click update, and it displays correctly. I have to do that repeatedly but I don’t know why. I’m sure it’s something simple, but no idea what. Any thoughts?

    My website is https://lukescooking.com

    in reply to: Fonts and Colors Rendering Issues #53089

    Tenika
    Participant

    Thank you for the reply! If the Pro version supports WooCommerce, then I will definitely be proceeding with my purchase.

    in reply to: Fonts and Colors Rendering Issues #53019

    Tenika
    Participant

    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”.

    in reply to: Fonts and Colors Rendering Issues #53015

    Tenika
    Participant

    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.

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