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zurka says

Hi We are looking for a multilanguage and RTL theme – We love Avada. Will it work with RTL and if not what would you suggest similar to AVADA that works both RTL LTR

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Pixelous says

Hi We are looking for a multilanguage and RTL theme – We love Avada. Will it work with RTL and if not what would you suggest similar to AVADA that works both RTL LTR

Hi, adding support for language written in a Right To Left (RTL) direction is easy - it’s just a matter of overwriting all the horizontal positioning attributes of your CSS stylesheet in a separate stylesheet file named rtl.css.

http://codex.wordpress.org/Right_to_Left_Language_Support
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zurka says


Hi We are looking for a multilanguage and RTL theme – We love Avada. Will it work with RTL and if not what would you suggest similar to AVADA that works both RTL LTR

Hi, adding support for language written in a Right To Left (RTL) direction is easy - it’s just a matter of overwriting all the horizontal positioning attributes of your CSS stylesheet in a separate stylesheet file named rtl.css.

http://codex.wordpress.org/Right_to_Left_Language_Support

Oy! What if we are CSS terrified? We use one theme that has 3 style sheets?

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Pixelous says



Hi We are looking for a multilanguage and RTL theme – We love Avada. Will it work with RTL and if not what would you suggest similar to AVADA that works both RTL LTR

Hi, adding support for language written in a Right To Left (RTL) direction is easy - it’s just a matter of overwriting all the horizontal positioning attributes of your CSS stylesheet in a separate stylesheet file named rtl.css.

http://codex.wordpress.org/Right_to_Left_Language_Support
Oy! What if we are CSS terrified? We use one theme that has 3 style sheets?

I think u still need to use one rtl.css with rules from your main CSS files. Cheers.

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comperes says

Hi,

How do you change the spacing on the XML files for the homepage? Does anyone have any edited CSS things – i have no idea what to do for coding, but our blog is here:

http://headshot-losangeles.com/wordpress/

the spacing between the content boxes is a bit too much for me. Has anyone changed this before?

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Hi @zurka and @comperes please post with the account you guys purchased with, you will have the buyers badge when posting.

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Hi Everyone :)

If you’ve bought the avada theme, please use the ThemeFusion forum for support. Check otu the READ ME FIRST .pdf file that is included with your download, it gives info for the forum, and also check our documentation as well.

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