Kenneth John OdleModerator
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Press F12 and check the console. I am getting this message:Quote:Mixed Content: The page at ‘https://www.harmonyhomeimprovements.co.uk/doors/’ was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure resource ‘http://firstname.lastname@example.org’. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.
Your clien’ts site is secure (https), but the source of the embedded iframe is not.
BTW, iframes are notoriously difficult to make responsive. There’s this:
which is older, but works (or at least it did the last time I tried it). But just because the iframe itself is responsive does not mean that the content will be all that responsive, or even be usable on smaller devices.ModModModModModQuote:all I did was copy the exact codes from the template file:
Template Name: Two columns, sidebar on the left
Did you change the template’s name within the file itself? It’s located in a php comment.
See this page for more details:ModMod
The red box is a WordPress thing. AFAIK, Graphene doesn’t do anything on the admin side except for editor styles.
You might want to try leaving the array out altogether. (Just a shot in the dark; if that doesn’t work, I’ll play around with it over the weekend.)
I honestly had no idea why you wanted to do this, but then I thought about how many times I’ve been annoyed by that feature of WordPress. This idea is rather brilliant.ModMod
There are many:
Try disabling plugins to rule out a plugin issue.
Delete unused plugins and themes.
Make sure WordPress core and all themes and plugins are up to date.
Check your server error logs to see what errors are being thrown.
Enable WP_DEBUG in wp-config.php to see if any errors are indicated.