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  • in reply to: GDRP Requirements #146633
    dschwartzer
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    Dear Skandia:

    Thank you for the prompt response. I have unchecked the setting as you suggested and the GSRP text is now there. That said, when the box was checked and someone was logged in, the text did not show up. Also, if you look at the comment box now, you will see that the line to get email notifications (which is controlled by another plug-in) has ben pushed down a couple of rows and the check boxes are on opposite ends of the text.

    Is there a way to get this text to show when the require log in for comments is checked and a way to clean up the appearance of the text?

    If it would help you to be able to log in as a user to trouble shoot this, let me know and ZI can send you a user ID and password via email.

    Thank you,

    David

    in reply to: Problem with menu bar #115504
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    Thanks for taking a look at this.

    In doing some additional testing it appears the issue is related to a single browser on a single computer. I tested the site on another machine using three different browsers and like you, the menu rendered correctly.

    Sorry for the confusion.

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Problem with menu bar #115463
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    I am having a similar problem (I think). http://appletechtalk.com

    In my case, only one of the menu items is of center from the rest. It has been fine for months and now suddenly is no longer lined up.

    The Marketplace” menu item is sitting lower than all the others (when I am in the Chrome browser. It may be others but I can’t test them right now).

    I have tried removing and re-adding the menu item, shortened the name and tried the CSS you suggested above but it still does not line up.

    Any other suggestions?

    in reply to: Populate Slider Prior to Live Post #111113
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Dear Mahesh:

    Thank you for your usual quick response. I would like to know more how to customize the theme to allow me to add scheduled posts to the slider. I am not an experienced coder so please be as detailed as possible for me.

    Be aware that I do use a child theme of Simple Catch as my primary theme if that helps or makes a difference.

    Best Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Malformed Comment box #110496
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    @Mahesh: Thank you for the information. The CSS you provided did put the text on the same line as the check box but put the box at the end of the sentence. I referred back to your original suggestion and made a slight change. I used the following CSS which moved the check box to the front of the senetence.

    #respond #commentform label[for="subscribe"] {
        float: none;
        display: inline-block;
    }

    Thanks again for your help. It is appreciated.

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Malformed Comment box #110397
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    Thanks for your quick response. I tried to send you the sign in credentials via return email but it was undeliverable. As I did not want to post them on a public site, I sent them to you via the contact form on your site.

    If you would like them some other way, let me know.

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Malformed Comment box #110339
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Dear Mahesh:

    You previously advised me to add the following CSS in order to get the check box and Notify me text all on one line under the comment box:

    #respond #commentform label[for=”subscribe”] {
    width: auto;
    float: none;
    }

    That worked well for awhile but I’m wondering if a recent update to the Simple Catch Free theme has changed something as now, the check box is on one line and the text is on a separate line below the check box. Is there a way to correct that?

    You need to be logged in to the site to see the issue. Let me know and I can send you an ID and password.

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Malformed Comment box #107372
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    That did it! Thank you for the great support.

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Malformed Comment box #107338
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    The CSS code you provided did put the text all on one line. That said, the text is before the check box. When I test other themes, the text follows the check box (similar to what is on your site).

    Is there some way we can get the text to follow the check box?

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Malformed Comment box #107326
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    Thanks for the quick response. You do have to be logged in as a user to see the issue. I have created an account you can use to test this.

    User ID is: testaccount

    Password is: Mahesh011717

    I will change this as soon as you are done.

    I have tested other themes and the formatting at the bottom of the comment box is correct. I have some screen shots be can’t figure out how to attach them here.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Can't Set Certain Font Colors #86813
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    Sorry to keep bothering you but I did a little more research and I think I found what is causing the text color issue but I don’t know how to fix it.

    The issue seems to be that the opening tag is being inserted into the wrong place. Here is an example.

    One of my h4 tags was formatted like this:

    <span style=”color: #000000;”>Cloud Services</strong

    This text rendered in gray. When I changed the css to read:

    <span style=”color: #000000;”>Cloud Services</strong

    the text rendered properly. I see this behavior in all of the headings and bold text that is not rendering in the proper color.

    Any idea why this is happening and how I can fix it?

    Thanks,

    David

    in reply to: Can't Set Certain Font Colors #86792
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    Based on your earlier suggestion I looked at the style.css file in the Simple Catch theme file and did find a line of code that was:

    strong, b {
    font-weight: bold;
    color: #666;
    }

    I tried to comment it out by changing it to:

    /*
    strong, b {
    font-weight: bold;
    color: #666;
    }
    */

    But it did not seem to fix the problem. Any other suggestions?

    Regards,

    David

    in reply to: Can't Set Certain Font Colors #86675
    dschwartzer
    Participant

    Mahesh:

    Thanks for your quick response. Actually, the posts on the Blog List (Home Page) display properly and use the default colors. The issue I am having only appears on the full single post page.

    To try and explain it better, take a look at this page:

    http://appletechtalk.com/coming-attractions/

    You will see that all of the H2 headings are displayed in gray.

    In the Text Editor, the code looks like this:

    <h2><span style=”color: #000000;”>Network Attached Storage</span></h2>

    As you can see, the color for the H2 heading is #000000 which should render as black but on the post it is gray.

    I have the same issue throughout the site and there doesn’t seem to be a pattern but the issue is that regardless of what color I select, the html code is correct but the text renders in gray.

    Any thoughts on what is going on?

    Regards,

    David

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