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  • Bought between 1 and 9 items
  • Has been a member for 0-1 years

Hi there, i have purchased this theme yesterday, followed the manual with the custom field to create 3 sub page under Portfolio similar to the demo. I still could get the sub page to appear. Please help..

feeleep

You can create a temp Admin account for me and I’ll take a look. Simply send login credentials to my private email address.

  • Bought between 1 and 9 items
  • Has been a member for 0-1 years

I meant I couldn’t get the sub page to appear, moreover there doesn’t seem to have much diff using permalink with postlink and custom structure as manual indicated….is all this something to do with the theme being created so long ago ….i find this theme has alot of work and not as easy as it’s look. I am not a coder, could it be just me ?..., and i have use many other theme with ease.

feeleep

Yeap, that’s an old theme. Really old one. However, even if it’s not, changing permalink structure wouldn’t help much since it should be one-page-site using ID anchors to jump to different sections (where sections are pages).

  • Bought between 1 and 9 items
  • Has been a member for 0-1 years

OMG…now even my menu doesn’t function the way it should be….so regret buying this theme….$30 down the drain

feeleep

Please feel free to ask for refund if not satisfied!

Default-user

Yes, i will, sorry, that was too much work for a one page theme

feeleep

No need to be sorry at all!!!

  • Bought between 1 and 9 items
  • Canada
  • Has been a member for 0-1 years

A bit of a newbie question, how do you implement the edited PSD files? I edited the files and kept the same layer names, because I know that that part is important, but how do I add it to my wordpress site now? Thanks!

feeleep

PSD files can be taken as a “clay model” of the finished website. After that certain portions of PSD are sliced (if no other way to reproduce them in CSS/HTML) while others are styled down by using cascading style sheets (CSS) and HTML.
And finally, PHP and WordPress API knowledge is needed to change things here and there because WP itself is used to handle the content dynamically. Hopefully it does make sense.

gamergrl22

Awesome! Thank you.

One other thing, I’m trying to put some shortcodes into my page content and they don’t seem to work. I’ve used several different plugin shortcodes, so I know it’s not the plugins themselves. Any idea why? Thanks!

gamergrl22

Also, how do I use the Built-in Contact form feature? Thanks!

feeleep

The truth is that this theme was born long before shortcodes became popular (read: evolved) so no real support for them. However, I can easily modify code to make it work for you, feel free to create a temp Admin account for me and send credentials to my private email address.

As for the contact form … not really sure what you mean, it should work out of the box. I’ll take a look and set all up when adding support for shortcodes, is that right with you?

gamergrl22

That would be awesome! I guess you’ll have to take a peek at the contact form to see what I mean. I can seem to find it. Could just be me though. What’s the e-mail address I should set the temp. admin up to? Thanks!

feeleep

Click on my avatar and use contact form in the sidebar of my own profile page to send a private message. We’ll see what is going on with that contact page/form, no worries.

gamergrl22

Done. :) Thank you!

feeleep

OK, will take a look and let you know!

  • Bought between 50 and 99 items
  • Has been a member for 5-6 years

Just FYI, I upgraded my WordPress to 3.8 and your theme still works! Only the Twitter feed isn’t updating but I’m sure that’s a quick fix.

feeleep

Well, I guess that’s an evidence of how consistent WordPress system really is :) However, the theme itself does require much more than just a Twitter update. Thanks for the information mate, appreciate it!

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