If I remove div id=”mapCanvas” from a page so that the Google map doesn’t show, the the “To Top” button no longer works. I don’t want the map but I do want the To Top button. Why is the button dependent on the map?
I am using the subpage-sidebar-left template.
please take a look at this comment.
Thank you for the quick reply… I’m impressed.
I took a look at the Post you referred to, but the code that needs removing no longer appears in the post. Can you post it again please?
The code was never in the post, but I pointed out where to find it:
In the js/script.js file, search for: ‘Google Maps init’. Remove the code below. ‘Below’ meaning right below the text you searched for inside that file
Hope this helps!
That’s what I thought but when I removed the code from Google Maps init, the “To Top” button no longer worked so I figured there must be more to it. Do I leave the Google Maps init section header in place and just remove the code?
Cleared the cache on my laptop and everything is working fine now.
Thank you for your help!
It looks that the LayerSlider doesn’t work on my mainpage I see a loading loop and in the preview section I see this:
It looks like you are using an old version (1.10.2) of the jQuery library. LayerSlider requires at least version 1.7.0 or newer. If you are using the WordPress version of LayerSlider, you can try out the “jQuery Updater” plugin from the WP plugin depository. If you don’t know what to do, you can write us a private message from our CodeCanyon profile page. We need a temporary WP admin account (or a temporary FTP account in some cases) to solve this issue.
Unfortunately, I only provide support to registered purchases. Did you buy the item under a different account? If so, login to that account and give me a heads up.
Yeah, the problem is that I written in the wrong section. I have bought the Wordpress version
Haha, that’s okay!
I just upgraded WordPress to version 3.6 and I’m getting the exact same error. The LayerSlider plugin seems to confuse the latest jQuery version with an old one for some reason.
I don’t think they have released an update yet, but I’m going to look into it and will update the theme as soon as a fix is available!
So you are suggesting me to proceed with an earlier version of WP?
For now, a better alternative would be to load your own copy of a lower jQuery version or one via a CDN. Check out this link for an example.
HI, Just purchased the theme.
Haven’t touched the theme yet, but the photo slider (in Latest Project/ Our Partners) not working.
Whats the deal?
in fact none of the scripts are running. What is the problem?
I think i tracked the problem. it seems i must disable php to be sure that scripts are running properly on the localhost (strange thought)
Thank you for your purchase!
See the documentation on how to setup the API.
Let me know if you require any more assistance!
Well what you have explain is for wordpress. what to do after getting those keys in html version? where we should check to replace new keys?
you’re right, my bad! The only difference is the path to the file, which is assets/twitter/index.php. You can enter your API details in there.
Cannot for the life of me to get the twitter api to work, it just says – loading latest tweets…
Hi, Yes I have set up the twitter app correctly and not getting any errors in the js console. I am using the html version of the theme.
It was working previously until twitter updated its api rules. I made the changes that you recommended in your update and it worked for a while but it has not worked for a few months now. I left it it but I want to resolve it again.
Strange it stopped working. Could you provide me with the URL to the site so I can have a look?
Are you sure you’re using the most recent version of the jQuery tweet plugin? I’m seeing an error that the old API is being called which indicates it’s the older version.
Is it possible you can provide a download link for the latest file?
Sure, you can find it right here: https://github.com/StanScates/Tweet.js-Mod
The Twitter API just doesn’t work by some reason. I’ve changed the tokens, keys in the assets/twitter/index.php and in the tmhAuth.php as well but it still doesen’t trigger the feeds. Any idea what could have gone wrong?
do you have an example site I can take a look at? It would help the troubleshooting process!
If I had to make a guess, I’d say make sure that the ‘modpath’ is pointing to the correct file.
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