I don’t think it’s possible, but this is: http://jsfiddle.net/vGXjE/1/
its not possible, youll have to use add class
@EXE I think you forgot to update the fiddlehttp://jsfiddle.net/vGXjE/5/
EDIT: switched hover to mouseover http://jquery.com/upgrade-guide/1.9/#hover-pseudo-event
Do you have wp_footer set?
nevermind, have a demo link
If the code is GPL the copyright notices cannot be removed from the source code
EDIT: talking about the notices in the source code(PHP etc..) not displaying in the front-end
The theme is installed correctly, you need to add content.
WordPress is database driven so when you have a fresh install theres nothing in the database(so not pages/posts etc)
Most authors include the demo data in the download files so you can imported it, also checkout the documentation that came with the theme.
Youre doing everything right, WordPress is a database driven when its installed fresh theres no data(for pages/posts etc) besides a sample post and a sample page.
Most authors provide a XML file that can be imported with sample data, check the documentation or contact the author of the theme
s**t just happens, no matter how well you test your code, any dev knows that and envato sites themselves are not bug free. That’s the main reason why we do update our items afterall, even without buyers notifying support. Hard to believe ms would stop selling their products each time a bug is spotted. A warning mail instead of an immediate soft reject would gain the same effect.
+ no reviews for updates we should be allow to have an immediate fix for files if theres a bug.
- theres no reason someone should wait 1-2 days(or more) for a bug fix when its just sitting in the queue.
- if the author has the file already excepted they should be trusted enough not to do nasty things in the code
- it frees up the reviewers time to focus on other things