the slider doesn't work
AnonymousJuly 17, 2013 at 11:57 am #7779
I installed Graphene and everything was working fine, but suddenly the slider stopped working. Now I have an “404 error page the page can not be found” instead of the slider. Before the problem started, I was just adding text in the pages where my image’s slider belong to.. However, I erase evrything and I removed all widgets but the slider’s problem is still there…
Somebody has or (ever had) the same problem than me ? or knows how to resolve it ?
Thanks a lot,
this is all informations about my website :
Website : http://www.auvmvaldumonde.com/wordpress
WordPress : 3.5.1
Version de PHP/MySQL : 5.2.17 / 5.0.67-log
Theme : Graphene
Theme URL : https://forum.graphene-theme.com/
Plugin : All In One SEO Pack (2.0.2), Calendar (1.3.3), Catch IDs (1.0), CKEditor for WordPress (4.0), Contact Form 7 (3.4.1), DirtySuds – Embed PDF (1.04), Easing Slider “Lite” (2.1.2), Forum_wordpress_fr (3.1), Google XML Sitemaps (3.2.9), I Draw (1.0), Rich Contact Widget (1.3), Spider Event Calendar (1.3.2), Ultimate TinyMCE (4.7), W3 Total Cache (0.9.2.11), WP Calameo (2.0.4), WP Colorful Tag Cloud (2.0.1), Wysija Newsletters (2.5.3)
On : Apache
Thanks for all your help.Admin
var f = d.getElementsByTagName(‘script’), s = d.createElement(‘script’);
s.async = true;
s.src = ‘//static.punchtab.com/js/pg.js’;
Then I placed this into my post.
<div class=”pt-giveaway” data-uuid=”6f9efef6-8180-4a74-b6dc-2560f6c10576″></div>
<p style=”text-align: left;”><span style=”font-size: 14px;”><span style=”font-family: verdana, geneva;”> </span> </span></p>
I really don’t want to remove the widget to test it out. Do you see any conflicts? Thanks!
Nope, it’s a Graphene Option: Advanced Options >> Custom <head> tags.
You should tell your webmaster that it’s actually easier to make changes via a child theme rather than constantly editing theme files, which is always a bad idea with WordPress. If it doesn’t cause problems now, it does down the line. People who edit theme files are ultimately reluctant to upgrade their theme (or WordPress), and failure to upgrade means that your site gradually becomes less and less secure.
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