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Thanks for this theme—terrific design!

We’re having a problem with a conflict between the theme and the Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin (https://wordpress.org/plugins/jetpack/).

Specifically, the Tiled Galleries feature of Jetpack doesn’t work when the Producr theme is enabled. When I disable the theme, the Tiled Galleries work fine. But when the theme is enabled, when inserting or editing a gallery, the Tiled Galleries fields and settings that would appear in the Media Uploader plugin aren’t available.

Have you seen this before? Is it possible to allow Jetpack galleries to work?

Thanks for your help.

Here’s what I see when creating new gallery : http://awesomescreenshot.com/05b3tsp58d
Jetpack is on, Twenty Twelve theme activated. Is there anything else I need?

This is what I see with Jetpack installed and activated, Tile Slides activated within Jetpack settings (maybe you missed this step?), in Twenty Twelve theme: http://www.screencast.com/t/U1aX36ENK

It looks like my hoster doesn’t allow to connect to Jetpack, take a look: http://awesomescreenshot.com/0fc3tza5d5
...and the most probably that’s the reason I can’t see that drop-down menu in gallery settings screen. Sorry mate!

I just installed this great theme, but it appears I’m not able to change the Permalink Settings for the url structure. Every time I change it to use “Custom Structure” it goes back to “Default”. Can you please advise on how to fix this issue?

Thanks!

Hi feeleep, I do have another issue though with the viewing of the site for mobile and tablet devices. There is a huge scroll to the right of the content for the entire html area. Have you had this issue come up before or have a fix for it via the css? It appears to be happening on your demo site as well when viewing it on mobile/tablet.

After looking closer with inspect element, it appears it’s an issue with the menu-nav and k-pre-footer areas.

Thanks in advance!

Feeleep, another item is the image pop up for the projects on mobile/tablet devices. They do not enlarge correctly for proper viewing.

It looks like something is changed with how Browsers render the content and since this theme wasn’t updated for a long time, at this point I have no clue where exactly things take the wrong turn. It works fine on desktops when viewport resized but on tablet/mobile is all screwed up. Will have to find some time to figure it out, sorry for any inconvenience!

Feeleep, I know you posted the following info a while back on disabling the projects display at the top of the projects page, but when doing it, it disables it all together. Is there a way to only disable the initial project from displaying on page load, but display the project info at the top after a project is clicked?

(1) open “Producr/taxonomy-portfolio.php” for edit, line #18. It reads:

<section id=”k-work-ajax” data-latest-post-id=”<?php the_ID(); ?>”><!- starts AJAX content ->

(2) remove entire “data” attribute, like so: <section id=”k-work-ajax”><!- starts AJAX content -> That should prevent jQuery to load the latest project automatically. Don’t forget to save “taxonomy-portfolio.php” and re-upload to the server if edited on local machine.

Are you sure it disables it all together? I mean the section ID remains intact so AJAX knows where to load the project on request. That’s strange coz it worked properly and I have no other solution to offer.

Good morning.

I have a problem, can you help me?
I need to change the folder of my wordpress from www.dominio.com.br/site to www.dominio.com.br. I need put the files directly on public_html folder.
I do all the process, but the theme Producr and Revslider don't work fine. When i changed the name of folders (Producr_ , Revslider_), the wodpress worked.
I need to know if the theme has any lock to this situation of folder change?

Thanks Felipi

There’s no “lock” or whatsoever. What you need to do is to export entire WP database (use phpMyAdmin) to “some_db_name.sql” file first. Next, open “some_db_name.sql” in some code editor and perform find-replace action; find “dominio.com.br/site” and replace with “dominio.com.br”. At the end clean up all the tables from the WP database you exported and import/dump “some_db_name.sql” to the same one. Of course, don’t forget to move all the WP files and folders from “dominio.com.br/site” to “dominio.com.br”. I guess that’s the simplest method that works.

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