Ricardo

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  • In reply to: Slider display

    #19550

    Moved to feature requests for the Graphene theme instead of support for Antiares theme because you are using that theme and not the Antiares theme, please correct me if I’m wrong 🙂

    In reply to: Positioning with CSS

    #19185

    So… While searching for a better Facebook button, I came across this plug-in:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/only-tweet-like-share-and-google-1/

    This actually fixes all my problems and even the box counters work again! The plug-in also has a support forum:

    So I’m sticking with this plug-in.

    Case closed!

    (and thanks for your help!)

    In reply to: Positioning with CSS

    #19184

    This scrambles the buttons, they are not aligned and the ‘Like’ button is gone.

    Shouldn’t we just start over? The Tweet buttons is already perfect, so we need to insert a +1 and a Facebook like button (without a counter, or the text behind the FB button).

    <g:plusone size="medium" count="false"></g:plusone>

    Is the right code for the +1 button, so how do we get this next to it. Can’t we assign an ID to it, and then just use CSS?

    In reply to: Positioning with CSS

    #19182

    Now they aren’t on the same row (the Tweet button is above the other 2). I’ve left the code in so you can see.

    In reply to: Code in the header with a child theme?

    #19539

    I was thinking exactly the same. It’s really frustrating when loose the code before updating and you have to search for it again 😉

    In reply to: Code in the header with a child theme?

    #19537

    That actually works! Thanks 🙂

    (Because my buttons counter still read mysterious numbers, I chose to add the 3 buttons myself without a counter)

    In reply to: Code in the header with a child theme?

    #19535

    I am going to ask you for some more help on this one (Googled it first of course). How do you attach it to the action hook?

    In reply to: Show social media buttons on the front page

    #19405

    A small update: I found out why the ‘Tweet’ button is overlapping my Facebook counter. In English the button is short and called ‘Like’. However, in Dutch it’s called ‘Vind ik leuk’ which makes it double the size. Solved by changing the code to this:

    <a class="addthis_button_facebook_like" fb:like:locale="en_US" layout="button_count"></a>

    In reply to: How do I enable comments on only certain pages?

    #19430

    (Moved to support)

    Go to the page in your dashboard. Click on screen options in the top right corner. Check the comments box. Now a new field should appear on the page where you can enable and disable comments for a one specific page. I hope this helps 🙂

    In reply to: Show social media buttons on the front page

    #19404

    I’ll wait this one out then 🙂 Thank you so much for your help! (both of you of course)

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