Hey guys I have run into an issue. When I click a button in a PDF, I want it to open in a new tab in the browser. Here is the problem that is preventing me to do that: Acrobat doesn’t have this feature anywhere in it’s properties. Instead there is a “Run Java Script” box that I guess I can write something that tells it to open in a new tab in the browser. Has anyone ever doe this before and can you help me out? Thank you guys!
Does anybody know where I can download vector street maps? I need just the streets so no names or buildings like Google maps display.
Any guidance or resources mentioned would be greatly appreciated!
I have a page that needs to be locked down (unaccessible publiclly). I need to have my client log in to only that specific page in order to view. Any plugins out there that can do this?
I don’t want WordPress’s built in ‘private’ password feature. I need something with a username & password for that page only.
Thank you guys!
Hello! I’m a designer from Denver Colorado. Please review the below painting, prisma color sketch, and digital creation for the invite. Thank you!
Good suggestiosn. I did some testing in a safe environment and it does not break. So frameworks are attached to themes. When themes are installed, the frameworks are installed. When themes are deleted, the frameworks delete.
I’m pretty sure that the theme I bought from here is not powered by the Gantry framework. I am cool with installing the new theme I bought and having to rebuild all the content/media from scratch. I just want to know that when in fact I do install this theme that I will not break the directory or something.
Hey guys, I have a Wordpress question. My client has a website that is using the Gantry Framework. I have bought a new themeforest theme from here and edited to the way the Client likes it. However, if I install this theme onto their current Wordpress set up, will it work? Will the theme I bought work with the Gantry Framework?
I just want to make sure I don’t break anything before installing themes and activating them…