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Brilliant-the css code worked like a charm!
I tried this, but there is no option at WP admin -> Appearance -> Theme Options -> Main Section -> Typography specifically for the portfolio. I tried changing the link color in Typography, but it doesn’t make a difference to the portfolio titles.
I need a way to make those country names visible on a white background OR change the background color. Thanks!
Thanks, but these codes didn’t seem to work. I’ll get in touch directly for more assistance.
Hi, I added the CSS code and it fixed the problem in Safari, but not in Chrome (on the iPhone). So experimented and changed the marginbottom from 0 to 2, which opened up a bit of space in the mobile view of Chrome.
It’s looking much better, but is there a way to move the arrows to the top or the sides? Also can the section overlay image be set to be more dynamic and become more narrow when viewed on a mobile device? In mobile, it becomes the biggest image, but in reality it’s the least important, and just serves as a pretty background for “Destination Countries.”
FYI, here’s what the text view for that section looks like currently:
[section overlay_background_color="rgba(0,0,0,0.3)" bgimage="https://ilextravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Thailand-Bangkok-Grand-PalaceDestination-BackgroundWEB.jpg" marginbottom="2" color="#fff" background-position-y="center"]
1. Renaming the menu to “main” solved the problem!
2. I reduced the size of the headline, and that part does look better on the iPhone. The arrows to the left and right of each country don’t appear on the phone though, so it’s not clear that it’s a carousel and that you can swipe for other countries. Also on a phone, the country boxes just sit directly below the main “Destination Countries” images, so it looks clunky. Any other ideas?
I do have the WP Simple Pay and WP Forms installed (they are necessary), so perhaps they are causing part of the problem.
Ok, cool that worked. (I just changed projects to countries for my site.) Thanks!
So about #3, the ovals around the menu buttons, the CSS code you sent before changed it so that the oval was only around the currently selected page, so I removed the code. What want is to have only the one button, “Planning” have the oval around it, and the others just be plain.
Any ideas to make that work?
Update: I figured out how to rebuild/restore the Countries page.
So, now it’s just back to the original question of changing the name of the country pages.
Hi, I tried #1, and it didn’t work and also made this Page disappear:
(By the way, I also wanted to change the name of that link.)
So, I deleted the code and that page is still missing! How can I restore it and change the URL for those pages?
2. Ok, I’ll just keep them without captions showing for now.
3. I tried #3, but what it does now is only has the oval appear around the current page. So it moves around as you click. What I want to do is have only one of them “Planning” have to oval at all times. I took it off for now.
Great. Thank you so much! I updated the line, and now the Featured Images link automatically to their pages! I thought I’d still have to go in and set each one, but this was so much easier. This is a big improvement. Thanks a million!
Hello. Good to know there is a solution! I’ve never edited PHP files, but if you send me step-by-step instructions, I’m sure I can figure it out.
Please send the code. Thank you!
Thanks, I figured out the problem–I needed to install both the basic WooCommerce and also the Stripe Gateway. So, that part is working now and I can see the menu I was looking for in the dashboard.
However, now I have a new problem. When I installed WooCommerce, I got this message:
The theme you are currently using does not fully support WooCommerce. We recommend you switch to Storefront, our offical, Free WooCommerce theme.
If toggled on, Store front will be installed for you, and Tripters theme will be deactivated.
I’ve been building my site in Tripsters for many months, so I definitely don’t want that. It’s a tour company, so I just need one page where clients can pay for their tours. It’s not an e-commerce site. I didn’t switch on the Storefont theme, but continued with setting up.
I then got this message:
Your theme (Tripsters) contains outdated copies of some WooCommerce template files. These files may need updating to ensure they are compatible with the current version of WooCommerce. You can see which files are affected from the system status page. If in doubt, check with the author of the theme.
So, please look into this and make sure the Tripsters theme is fully compatible with WooCommerce. As I said, I just need one page for clients to check out, so in my case, that should be fairly simple. Thanks.
Ok, Thanks That seemed to work. But there is a thin white border now showing across the bottom of the photo/slider. Any idea how to fix that? Also, since I’ll have photos in the gallery, I think I want that header photo to be a static image. How do I change it from a slider to just one image? I tried just putting one image in the slideshow header area, but then the image disappears completely from the page. Thanks!
Thanks–this exactly what I needed to know! It would be helpful to add this note to the documentation for new users of this theme.