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Hello. I am using the demo content and have replaced the portfolios with my own services. I dont need the categories, because they are named the same as the services. How do I remove the categories under the name of the portfolio-page from the front page? Thank you for an awesome theme.

I suppose you are using ‘recent_works_images_full’ shortcode. If so, you can use ‘show_categories’ param to hide categories, for example:
[recent_works_images_full show_categories="false"]

Yes, It worked perfectly – thank you! Great support!

Yes, It worked perfectly – thank you! Great support!


Was the recent update just to add the line of text “prettyPhoto XSS fix” to conform with ThemeForest Author request outlined here? http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/security-vulnerability-affecting-prettyphoto-jquery-script/181180

Or were any file/s actually updated?

Thanks. Jason

Thanks for the reply.

I’d assumed it was already complient as you’ve not listed any files in the changelog.txt

For previous updates you included a “Changed files:” heading and a list of path and file names which is realy useful.

Can you let me know the file/s that were updated so I can copy them over?

N.B. I’ve updated your theme to my specific requirements and don’t want to lose any changes by copying over everything.

Thanks again Jason

Here is the list of changed files:
/style.css (theme version only)

Nice one, thanks e404 – you guys are the best!


Hello, I recently upgraded to the latest version of this theme and WordPress 4.3 at the same time, and now the visual editor is missing the toolbar, and the body of the editor is all white.

In the Chrome console, I get the following error;

https://example.com/wp-content/themes/natural/inc/shortcode-manager-plugin.php?wp-mce-4203-20150730 Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 403 (Forbidden)

wp-tinymce.php?c=1&ver=4203-20150730:5 Failed to load: https://example.com/wp-content/themes/natural/inc/shortcode-manager-plugin.php

If I try to reach the page directly in the browser, I get the following message:


You don’t have permission to access /wp-content/themes/natural/inc/shortcode-manager-plugin.php on this server.

Can you help me solve this please, everything was fine until I upgraded

This issue is probably caused by file or folder permissions on your server. You should ask your hosting provider for help.

I can try to help you with this, but I need an access to your server via FTP and your WP admin panel login and password.

I figured it out, here is what happened in case anyone else runs into the same problem (this only affects certain themes including my favourite one – Natural):

I use a security plugin called Sucuri Security, on the Hardening tab I chose to Restrict wp-content access, the details for this action are:

This option blocks direct access to any PHP file located under the content directory of this site. The note under the “Protect uploads directory” section also applies to this option so you may want to read that part too. If you experience any kind of issues in your site after you apply this hardening go to the content directory using a FTP client or a file manager (generally available in your hosting panel) and rename a file named .htaccess.

When I reverted the hardening, everything was fine (but it would be great if you could find a way around this).