Cryout Creations » All Posts https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/f/wordpress/mantra/bugs/feed Sun, 17 Dec 2017 04:24:19 +0000 http://bbpress.org/?v=2.5.14-6684 en-US https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/presentation-page-posts-aligned-to-the-left/#post-55113 <![CDATA[Reply To: Presentation Page posts aligned to the left]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/presentation-page-posts-aligned-to-the-left/#post-55113 Sun, 22 Oct 2017 12:44:11 +0000 zed The styles/scripts appear to be loaded in the wrong order on your site. Are you using some kind of caching / minification plugin? If yes, look for an option to turn off CSS minification as this can create problems with Mantra’s appearance.

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/presentation-page-posts-aligned-to-the-left/#post-55030 <![CDATA[Presentation Page posts aligned to the left]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/presentation-page-posts-aligned-to-the-left/#post-55030 Wed, 18 Oct 2017 20:29:36 +0000 xaipher Hi there I am having the exact same issue mentioned below, is there anyway to correct this? I have left the page in that state and as you can see the news posts are aligned to the left. Any ideas on how to centre it?

http://www.timetounite.com

Love the Mantra theme but never used the Presentation page before. I am as of today and I love the new look of my homepage. Everything was good until I decided my pages would look more modern with a sidebar down each side. Now, on the Presentation page, my posts are falling off the left side, unviewable. If I go to the layout of right sidebar only, then the posts show up fine on the Presentation page.

I can’t leave it up like this for too long, but if someone can look at it, it’s at

Website: www.timetounite.com

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/bbpress/#post-53834 <![CDATA[Reply To: BBPress]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/bbpress/#post-53834 Sun, 17 Sep 2017 17:11:28 +0000 zed If you wish to use bbPress we recommend using any of our other themes. Mantra has styling rules that might overlap or overwrite bbPress’ styling.

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/bbpress/#post-53788 <![CDATA[BBPress]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/bbpress/#post-53788 Sat, 16 Sep 2017 11:13:00 +0000 gumisiak Hi,

I installed bbpress on my site, but forum is not displaying correctly.
Could you help me solve this issue?

Website: pjrr2.pl/forums

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/mixed-content-warnings/#post-51932 <![CDATA[Reply To: Mixed Content Warnings]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/mixed-content-warnings/#post-51932 Mon, 14 Aug 2017 14:48:15 +0000 michael-mywebsite_com Turns out that it was an issue with Chrome, but I have resolved it. Thank you for your help!

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/mixed-content-warnings/#post-51852 <![CDATA[Reply To: Mixed Content Warnings]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/mixed-content-warnings/#post-51852 Sun, 13 Aug 2017 11:44:50 +0000 zed Was this site previously running as non-SSL or is it a new site, set-up from start to run on HTTPS?

If it’s a migrated site, you’ll need to make sure that any URLs that refer to the site domain and are stored in the database (either part of content – posts, pages, widgets – or plugin settings) have been updated to use the new secure URL. You can also use the browser to investigate which media resources are still loaded via plain http.

If it’s a new site, you may have a bit of content somewhere (actual post/content text, widget, plugin resources, so on) that tries to load its resources without ssl, resulting in the aforementioned warning.

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/mixed-content-warnings/#post-51576 <![CDATA[Mixed Content Warnings]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/mixed-content-warnings/#post-51576 Tue, 08 Aug 2017 16:39:30 +0000 michael-mywebsite_com Hi,
On my client’s https site, I receive mixed content warnings when using Mantra theme but not with other themes. Any idea what the mixed content could be?
I can’t post the URL because it is a private help resources site for my client’s clients.
Thanks

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/no-older-posts-arrows/#post-50267 <![CDATA[Reply To: No Older Posts Arrows]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/no-older-posts-arrows/#post-50267 Wed, 19 Jul 2017 09:32:19 +0000 Teckel Thank you for the reply.

I think ill proceed with an archive contents page and use some plugins to solve the concerns I have, making this no longer relevant.

Appreciate your help.

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/no-older-posts-arrows/#post-50205 <![CDATA[Reply To: No Older Posts Arrows]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/no-older-posts-arrows/#post-50205 Tue, 18 Jul 2017 17:25:11 +0000 zed What page are you looking for that link to be visible on?

The pagination (which replaces the older/newer posts navigation) appears to work fine in category pages (eg: http://thecaverns.net/store/category/new-product-lines/)

Mantra never displayed prev/next or numbered pagination in the posts list on the presentation page posts list.

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https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/no-older-posts-arrows/#post-49888 <![CDATA[No Older Posts Arrows]]> https://www.cryoutcreations.eu/forums/t/no-older-posts-arrows/#post-49888 Thu, 13 Jul 2017 23:38:43 +0000 Teckel Hello, for some reason on my site, if you scroll all the way to the bottom I am not getting the
<— Older posts

Arrow that use to be there. Ive looked around in the settings and cannot find anything.

Can you please help in what may be causing this?

Website: thecaverns.net/store

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