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May 12, 2017 at 7:28 am in reply to: Widget advertising code gives wrong size and colour #115656
Done!May 11, 2017 at 1:13 pm in reply to: Widget advertising code gives wrong size and colour #115619
The code of the first option workes fine! It’s solved now. Thank you for your help!
Regards from Holland,
MartineMay 10, 2017 at 9:21 am in reply to: Widget advertising code gives wrong size and colour #115560
Thank you. Indeed it works, except for the “go-to-top” logo, the arrow upwards. That’s still red.
I didn’t mention it before, but in footer 4 I have my Google adsense advertorials (1 over 1 column). This background is still red (and also broader than the rest, even crossing the background).
I have a suggestion concerning colours. It’s great there are a lot of options in the theme colour section. But most people won’t use it, because a lot of colours make your site look like a christmastree and isn’t reading fine. I would prefer the possibility to choose one (maybe two) theme colours. For example: all the red can be changed in another colour. That’s easier for customers. (And maybe also easier for programming it???)
Anyway: thanks for so far!
I really don’t know how, but the problem is solved! All blogposts at my homepage display now the right translated text, even the first blogpost…
I think we misunderstand eachother. Sorry I was not clear enough.
I did change (and translated) the text of continue reading in appearance – customize – theme options – excerpt options and than the Read More text (there isn’t a excerpt more text on my screen).
And it works. I see everywhere my new text, EXCEPT for the first blogpost on my homepage. It still says “continue reading” and didn’t show the new text.
You can see it on http://www.diydiva.nl
Yes, I have experience with a child theme. Please let me know how to proceed further.
Regards from Martine de DIY Diva
Lees meer? (I don’t know if it shows right, but I tried code lees meer /code)
I tried, this didn’t work.
Do you have another option to try?
Martine from de DIY Diva.
Thanks, I choose the heart symbol instead, which is also a “trademark” of Bloglovin’, so problem solved!
Thank you. This code was not changed by me, but (I suppose) by my Child theme editor automatically. Where can I replace this code, in what file?