kandi X-RAY | customizr Summary
kandi X-RAY | customizr Summary
Customizr is a simple and fast WordPress theme designed to help you attract and engage more visitors. Provides a perfect user experience on smartphones. Powers more than 100K active sites around the world. Hundreds of 5-stars reviews received on WordPress.org.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Get breadcrumb trail .
- Get post list item
- get single file
- setup the media
- Setup attachment content
- Add the srcset to the srcset
- Get the parents of a post .
- Get pre post slide arguments
- Process single thumbnail
- setup the content
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I attempted to ask Customizr support what my code was running into, but they basically said they do not support 3rd party plugins such as Woocommerce
I needed to restrict the payment types based on what folk were buying on the site. For example, the Check payment type is only available for people buying lessons.
Here is the code that does this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-14 at 17:29
This answer is not maid to solve your issue with Customizr, I have just revisited your code in a much more light, compact and flexible way.
I have also added a priority and the number of arguments in the
add_filter(), and this sometimes solve strange issues…
So in this code, I use WP
has_term() conditional function instead:
Please help me where to edit footer to remove the text "Powered by Designed with the Customizr Theme "....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-28 at 09:14
In your Dashboard, go to Appearance > Customize > Advanced options > Additional CSS and enter the following code :
I have a problem with the reservation module I developed in the last few months. You can have a look at it at the following address:
Everything is working perfectly except for one issue. When I reduce the size of the browser window, I decided to make the image disappear and leave only the reservation module. When it is resized it stops working: all the script functions (the one providing the arrivals based on the departure selection and the "get price" button) do not work. Can you tell me what is causing the issue?
Below you can find the main parts of the code in which you may find the issue.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-15 at 00:15
You have two different
div in your website. One of it has
id = image, and second is
id = modulemin. Div with
id = image hiding when
screen size < 800px width with css(
display = none ), and second is hiding when
screen size > 799px width with css(
display = none ). And both of them have similar forms. Why you need it? Why to have 2 similar forms only for different screen sizes?
Your main problem is with
id's of your
form inputs variables
var1, var2 ....
Your trying to got some info using
inputs in this lines:
I'm using WordPress Customizr Theme, the Classical version. This theme seems to create a blue "Post Author" badge in comments. I found this, but solutions don’t seem to work:
I also tried this…...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-14 at 23:40
Use this CSS to hide only the badge:
I'm using the wordpress theme Customizr and am having trouble getting the divs (.about, .images under the .house div) on a page to display in block (vertically one on top of the other). I've tried display: inline-block, display: block, width: 100%, etc. I'm not sure why those aren't getting the desired effect. What should I do? Thanks in advance.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-06 at 17:56
You are using the
display: flex property on the div.house element, and the default behavior is to display the direction left-to-right.
flex-direction: column; to the div.house class if you want the child elements to stack on top on each other. You can also remove the
display: flex property and remove
display: inline from the child elements.
You can learn more about flexbox here: https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/
I've been racking my head over this seemingly little thing for a while but I'm at my wits end. I'm running a free Customizr theme on my site.
What I am trying to achieve is to have the hover effect in the navigation bar like this demo here. As you can see, only the text of the dropdown menu items are nicely underlined.
I've found and tried to use this CSS code here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-08 at 14:15
The example you want to achieve uses two span-nodes inside the a and only targets the first one (adding a pseudo :before) with this CSS
I'm trying to center the text within the slider for the Customizr Pro theme in mobile view. I prefer the offset version built into the theme with the transparent overlay underneath, but the lady wants everything on her site to be centered. I'm not a pro developer but offered my help because she initially just wanted a basic site.
I tried using the code to this answer here that was similar to the CSS I was using already but it didn't work:
This is what I'm using to center the text, which appears to be fine in desktop view but mobile is not showing up at all:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Aug-15 at 19:47
Here is a popular CSS trick for centering things. I have tried it on your website, and it works for desktop and mobile.
I am trying to figure out the best method for moving my logo into the center of the main nav which is an unordered list (preferably as a new list item), at sizes above 980px.
I'm using a WordPress theme called Understrap, which is similar to the blank Underscores theme with Bootstrap baked-in. It uses wp-bootstrap-navwalker for navs, and the logo is uploaded through customizr (the client needs to be able to change the logo through the customizr UI, and set menu items through the dash, so a static solution isn't really do-able).
I have a solution, but I am not sure if it's the best way to go. Something definitely FEELS wrong about it.
The method I used was to move div#logo-wrapper from the parent div, into the main nav "ul", using 'insertAfter' with jQuery.
After that, I added a function that refreshes the browser at window resize, because simply appending/prepending, or using insertAfter doesn't work when the user resizes their browser.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-28 at 20:28
For problems #1 & #2, you just need to calculate the middle element, as you can see in https://stackoverflow.com/a/2269052/5794076:
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