Thanks for writing. Did you manually apply any update?
It seems that your site is missing the CSS rules to include the retina logo only when seen on a device which has a retina display.
Hello need a little assitance please my website is behind a coming soon screen so can you email me and I will give you logon etc?
1- My HomePage sliders are the same size (all 850×370) but they are moving around slightly throwing everything below out of alignment.
2 – My Info Boxes – what size do the images need to be?
I just answered your thread in our support forum (http://nicethemes.com/forums/topic/images/#post-5650), so I suggest that we keep all our follow-ups there.
Do you offer the demo content anywhere? Or is it already included in the download?
Hi, Thanks for writing. Yes, you can get the files here: http://nicethemes.com/theme-xml-demo-content/
There, you can also find some information on how to setup things in order to have the site looking like the demo site.
Helle can you send me the demo content???
Thanks for purchasing the theme. You can get the demo content here: http://nicethemes.com/theme-xml-demo-content/
Can I have two different food menus?
Thanks for writing, I hope everything is going well.
The best solution for this would be creating two parent Food categories. That would be for example “Food? & “Cocktails?. For each one of those you can create subcategories, for example for Food: starters, main and dessert. Then you add the food items assigning them to the specific food category you wish.
Since “Food? & “Cocktails? are food categories you don’t need to create any pages for them, they’re created automatically by the theme.
If you visit your page http://yourwpsite.com/wp-admin/edit-tags.php?taxonomy=menu-category&post_type=menu – you’ll see all the menu categories that you’d created. You’ll able to create more, edit or delete. When you hover any category you’ll see that there’s a link that says “View”. If you click that link, you’ll be sent to the Food menu category template.
Over the theme options, you can select to display your food menu category template with a grid or list style.
Then, when creating your WordPress navigation menu (check Appearance > Menus ), you can add any “Menu Category” (in your case: “Food? and “Cocktails?).
Hi! How can I disable the pages for my website from showing up in the footer? They seem to have have a mind of their own!
Thanks for writing. You mean the footer menu in the bottom right of your website?
Those are handled with the Navigation Menu for the footer location. If this is not defined, then there’s a callback function which list the pages.
If you want to avoid having these, you can create an empty navigation menu and assign it to the “Footer menu” location. You can learn more about setting navigation menus here: http://nicethemes.com/article/setting-navigation-menu/
Thanks for the help!!
Our pleasure Have a nice day.
Is it possible to have more than 3 info boxes on the front page? Awesome theme!
Thanks for writing. Well, since the latest version you can do that by using a filter. Here´s a snippet that is pretty self explanatory: https://gist.github.com/juanfraa/42950f20cb22908423ed
You need to include that code in your functions.php file, and set the number of info boxes that you want to have.
Thanks so much for the code and the quick response. I was able to adjust the amount of info boxes with your help.
Thank you for the follow up. My pleasure.
Have a nice day,
Quick question: where can I adjust the rollover color on the dropdown menus?
Thanks for writing, that’s the accent color and can be changed through the theme options, in the “Design” section.
I just updated two sites to wordpress version 4.2.3. They are both using the BBQ theme and I am getting a white screen on both sites. If I enable any plugin the site goes to the white screen. Do you have any insight into this?
Thanks for writing. We’ve just tested our themes with this new version and they are all working fine, as expected.
Are you using any other plugin for these two sites?
Have you tried debugging the error? https://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress
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