Does this template include full RTL support? (Other languages)
I’m new to Wordpress and themes and have my site hosted at GoDaddy.com. I’ve purchased this theme, downloaded, and haven’t been able to upload it to Godaddy.com. I keep getting either a “Missing CSS Styesheet” message or if I try uploading the lowest level folder which contains a CSS file, I get a CSS file header error. What I am I doing wrong?
I downloaded the file, unzipped it to get the Explorer V1.2 folder, and then rezipped it at several different levels trying to find the right ones which would upload correctly.
Hey, I spoke to you on email last night. Let me know if you need help.
There is a difference between the live demo and the template. If I click on project title 3 in the demo it opens the images, while in the template I downloaded when you click on all the project titles it appears a big title and under it a mac pro screen with the images inside it. I need what I see in the live demo. How can I achieve it?
The script to remove the menu on mobile device when you touch for a choice doesn’t work. Any help, also for the previous question
Thank you for your purchase. There is not actually any difference between the demo and the download files. In the download file all the projects are linked to project-1.html, so clicking on the third project is opening up project-1.html. Just change the link to project-3.html and it will open. It is the same as on the demo. The file project-3.html resides inside the projects folder.
Ill check out your mobile issue and get back to you.
Yes there is, if you click on project 3 it shows the images, while for all the other projects it shows a big title and under it a mac book screen with the images. I need like project 3 in the live demo.
As I said in my previous comment you have to open index.html and change each of the project link.
The files for the projects are in the projects folder. project-3.html in the download archive is exactly the same as project-3.html on the demo
I need to use a logo bigger than 190×65 px. How is it possible?
also, what about the mobile menu that doesn’t disappear when you click an option? I have tried to add the script in the main.jsyou previously suggested in this section, but it doesn’t work.
never a reply, also by email….
Hello! How can i add a dropdown menu? Like this – http://gumbyframework.com/docs/ui-kit/#!/navigation
Help me please
Hey deaction I got back to you on your email a little while back. Hope you got your problem sorted .
I need help with the following:
1. The navigation is not matching in the website and the blog. Please let me know how to match the navigation in both (same spacing above the logo; and consistent spacing of the navigation). I can send screenshots.
2. Instructions to add Google analytics for my web site.
I need to see a working demo so I can inspect the code. Im afraid screenshots wont help.
For analytics, scroll down to the bottom of all html files and find <!- Change UA-XXXXX-X to be your site’s ID ->
Just change that to your ID and uncomment the code. If not just copy paste the analytics code you get from google in place of this code.
Thanks – is there an email where I can send the url? It is not a live yet.
You are welcome . You can email me from my profile. Or even open a ticket at http://support.gothemes.net
I just sent you the link via email. Thanks, Rajashi.
<ul class="six columns" id="top-nav" />
<ul class="five columns" id="top-nav" />
Use the same class and it should fix your problem.
For the contact form have you input your email address as mentioned in the documentation?
Thank for your prompt response. If I change the number of columns in the navigation, will it align correctly to the stop as well? The logo and navigation is higher in the blog than in the index page. Re the contact form, yes, I did, but doesn’t seem to work.
Typo: I meant align correctly to the top.
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