Posts by wellthemes

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wellthemes says

Hi, I just received an invite from you. Thank very much for liking my work and inviting me to Dribbble. I highly appreciate that. I hope I will be able to invite some other talented designers. Thanks again.

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wellthemes says
Add space after <?php and include Change this
<?phpinclude'includes/post.php';
to
<?php 
     include 'includes/post.php';

Hope it helps.

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wellthemes says

Thank you very much for the invite :)

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wellthemes says

Have you tried to contact the theme author for the support?

Regarding your problem, your theme seems to hide the top_right class when viewing on lower resolution screens. If you want to keep it visible, look for this in your css file:

.top_right, #slider_wrapper{
    display: none
}
Change that to:
#slider_wrapper{
    display: none
}

Then it will be visible on all screens. Hope it helps.

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wellthemes says

I’m guessing that the CSS style is defined for the element with the id consubmit. So it will be applied to only those elements which have the same id. Since the second button has different id, thats why it is not being applied to that.

You can do that by two ways.

1. Use a common css class for the both buttons.

For example:
<input id="consubmit" class="button" type="submit" name="consubmit" value="Sign In" onclick="javascript:TestCodeBehind2()" /> 
<input id="onsubmit1" class="button" causesvalidation="false" type="submit" name="consubmit1" value="Cancel" onclick="javascript:TestCodeBehind3()" />
Now you can define the CSS for the button class.

2. If you don’t want to do that, you can copy the CSS code of #consubmit for #consubmit1.

Hope it helps.

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