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AdminOctober 6, 2021 at 11:15 am #51800
In order to display your custom header image properly, the theme needs to get the header image’s dimensions. At the moment, the header image is accessed through its URL. The notice you’re seeing indicates that the server is unable to verify the SSL certificate being used when trying to access the image through HTTPS. This could happen if there’s a misconfiguration on the server, or if a self-signed SSL certificate is being used, so that’s probably something that you’d want to look into further.
In the next theme update, the theme will access the image locally (through local absolute path instead of through URL) that should sidestep any potential SSL certificate issues such as the one you’re seeing.AdminOctober 6, 2021 at 10:52 am #51799
Thanks for the feedback. We have fixed this deprecation issue and will be included in the next theme update.AdminAdmin
I believe what you’re referring to is the new widget interface in WordPress 5.8 that uses blocks. Those loading icons are the new interface loading a preview of how each widget will look like to your visitors.
If it takes too long for the previews to appear or it frequently times out, you can try switching back to the old widgets interface by installing the following plugin:AdminSeptember 9, 2021 at 8:49 am #51784
Try temporarily disabling all plugins to see if it’s a conflict with other plugins.Admin
The post titles are using H2 on your homepage since you are using the standard layout of listing recent posts. There’s no option to change this to H1 tags since you will then have multiple H1 tags on the homepage, which wouldn’t be optimal for SEO.
If you switch to using static front page, the post title will then use the H1 tag.AdminAdminAdmin