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March 18, 2012 at 5:58 pm #26558
🙂 yep, but until so many users is misusing this real browser downlader for browsing web we are fu*ked 🙁
thanks for help!March 18, 2012 at 5:15 pm #26554
thank you – adding that to custom css in graphene options works just fine
so there is no option to get the gradient work in IE … not even option to have gradient in FF and Chrome and plain color backgrnoud in IE ? … so gradient options are just useless?
thank you once more
L.March 18, 2012 at 3:00 pm #26552
Prasanna thank you for your advice, but unfortunately it does not work 🙁
if I understand properly I should add this css to my child theme style.css ? nothing happened
any other idea please ?
L.March 18, 2012 at 2:38 pm #26550
yep I know that IE is probably the most hated browser – but anyway, any idea.. how can I solve it? dont need gradient – just different color than this blue .. it really does not fit to my color scheme 🙁
even if I set left gradient color same as right .. in IE still just blue 🙁
In reply to: show category meta under page title after log out.February 29, 2012 at 10:44 am #25241
sorry Prasanna, and thank you.
In reply to: show category meta under page title after log out.February 29, 2012 at 9:53 am #25239
ok, thanks .. Im playing with the custom post types ….
It seem thats what I need but I found one problem
Im using Custom Post Type UI plugin you linked before
everything is fine, just I would like this custom posts to behave as pages (without leave comment and next previous link etc.) dont you have some advice for this as well I know it is not your plugin
anyway … really really thank you for your advices
In reply to: show category meta under page title after log out.February 29, 2012 at 9:00 am #25237
Hey Hakim, thanks a million!
but could you help me how to change
<?php if ( $post_type->name != 'page' || is_user_logged_in() ) : ?>
to ==’page’ in loop.php without touching your template files
action hook post_meta is after that … I was searching internet like crazy but without results
In reply to: show category meta under page title after log out.February 29, 2012 at 8:04 am #25235
any other ideas? how to change it … if Hakim said that Im doing it wrong I would really apreciated to learn something how to do it good way.
In reply to: show category meta under page title after log out.February 28, 2012 at 4:41 pm #25234
so insted of puting and changing loop-page.php to child theme. I added action hook to graphene_loop-page graphene_page_meta ..and it works .. is that better way of changing it ? … but I have no Idea how to change the != to == in loop.php … safe way.
any help apreciated
In reply to: show category meta under page title after log out.February 28, 2012 at 3:09 pm #25233
thanks very much for your comment
I started to think that maybe Im completely wrong with my decisision to use pages instead of post.
I want to make wordpress presentation for my “company” with some amount of products in different categories .. so I decided to make page for each product … thats why I need to have them in categories. And posts are used only for “news”.
but after your question I realized that I dont rememeber what was the main reason for my decision to NOT use posts for product pages as well ….
what do you experts here think ? can I use posts for product pages and “pages” use only for contact etc. pages ?
thank you for replys … I apreciate that really much ….
Im sorry if my questions are too stupid … but Im real newbie in wordpress.
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