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I upgraded to version 1.1.0 and this error appears: Fatal error: Can not redeclare class UniteFunctionsRev in /home/cirs2014/public_html/pt/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/plugins/revslider/inc_php/framework/functions.class.php on line 3 What I can do?

kaptinlin

HI

We were asking you to post at the Striking Support Forum. If you look above these comments on this page, you will see there are 3 tabs: Item Details, Comments, Support. IF you click on the Support Tab, you will see almost immediately Hands-on support for this item is provided by kaptinlin, They will respond to buyers’ questions via their own support system. and then there is a button for you to click on to go to the Support Forum.

In any case, your issue is easy to resolve. Please go to this thread at the support forum:

Enabling Rev Slider Libraries

and look in the comment by BackuPs – Feb 4 -> “2) Warning Message”.

It explains how to enable the rev slider libraries.

Should you need any further assistance, please register at the forum, and add a comment to that thread. Your matter is just you not knowing how to use this plugin, which admittedly is a more complex slider then most.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

Default-user

Thank you, I could not find—the comment by backups – Feb 4 -> “2) Warning Message” – in Support, so I started a new post for Support and hope for the solution. Best Regards Bohemio

kaptinlin

Hi

Yes, I saw. Thank you for cross posting. We put an image in the post to show you exactly what you should be looking at.

Its not an error, but a prompt from the Rev Slider effectively advising a user they have choice, the plugin scripts can be loaded globally or per page.

However I see the thread ongoing at the forum, and we will assist you there.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

This is a fantastic theme that only gets better! I recently transitioned my site to the new responsive version. The responsive layout is incredibly well done, everything works great and the migration was painless.

kaptinlin

Thank you for your kind words.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

Hello, Where can i check RTL Option ?

kaptinlin

Hi

We have yet to build out a complete RTL demo, its in process but not complete.

The theme is 100% RTL capable, so everything you see, is also just the reverse in rtl.

Here are some, using a variety of builds past and present:

http://www.asu.edu.bh/?lang=ar (an older build, i see they have not yet updated to some of the newer theme features). http://www.alassalah.com/

I know we have many more rtl sites but I regret we don’t typically track them. I am going to have to put out some word to our user base so we can create a larger list. I know of some hebrew sites but I believe you are interested in arabic given your Egyption location….

We are 100% wpml, and rtl compatible. In fact, likely one of the most compliant anywhere, with full rtl stylesheets, etc. We do have to do a bit more “marketing” to the rtl community however – only some designers know about us for the most part in the arab world. :D

Hopefuly the above will assist you in assessing our theme. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!
webguy23 Purchased

When i go to (in wp-admin) Striking Multiflex > Footer > Sub Footer Settings

If i make any changes to “Copyright Footer text” and press “Save Changes” i get the following errors and i cant make any changes:

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘sub_footer’ in /home/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 279

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘copyright’ in /home/username3/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 301

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘footer_right_area_type’ in /home/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 301

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘footer_right_area_html’ in /home/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 301

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘sticky_footer’ in /home/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 307

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘footer’ in /home/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 279

Warning: Illegal string offset ‘column’ in /home/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/striking_r/framework/functions/options.php on line 301

Any idea how to fix this?

Regards webguy23

kaptinlin

Hi webguy23!

Clueless! As in I am completely clueless (in respect of this error!) :D

I tested again in several of our testbeds (3 diff servers) and nary an issue. So I went into a couple of customer sites, and tested there for some independent verification, no issues again!

Since your a webguy, i figure you have to be able to read the very straightforward instructions in the Support Tab above which say They will respond to buyers’ questions via their own support system. along with an easy button to click upon to get to the support forum.

I suggest you head over, register (takes 10 seconds) and post in the release thread for ver 1.1. However, I don’t think your issue is actually related to the theme, but as a result of something else. What I have no idea yet. But no one else is posting about this in our entire userbase, so I am thinking it is something unique to your site.

Are you running any custom scripts in the footer or the website?

When you post at the support forum, please include a url, and the wp and theme versions (although we can easily determine that once we have your url). Any other info about anything “unique” in your site, incl the plugins you are using (although again once we have your url we will be able to see your plugins as well) or anything you are injecting into the footer, would be useful to know.

Since by your user id, I am assuming you do web design work, once you post at the forum I can initiate a conversation with you, as we might be able to discuss some other matters related to web stuff that are of interest to you.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

accept Purchased

Does Striking has blog (post) pagination?

kaptinlin

Hi accept

Of course, for all our post types. If you are uncertain about pagination usage, please go to the Support Forum and post a thread:

http://kaptinlin.com/support/

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

Hi there, Is the colour scheme fully customisable on this theme? And can I replace the slider on the homepage with a static image? Thanks, Keith

kaptinlin

Hi mcginty312

Is the colour scheme fully customisable on this theme?
Yes, the color scheme is not only fully customizable for the theme, but all the principal colors on a page (header, feature header, body, footer, text, etc) are fully customizable per page! Of course when you start using elements like shortcodes, they also have color selectors (ex button – you have background color, text color, hover background color, hover text color, etc).

I don’t know how many color settings there are overall in the theme. Off the top of my head I would say a few hundred so I believe it qualifys as “fully customizable”.

And can I replace the slider on the homepage with a static image?

Yes, although we would recommend you make a static homepage rather then using our quickstart homepage panel. We have a metabox that is added below the editor on all edit panels, and it allows you to configure the feature header area as you desire – slideshow, custom content, etc. So it is configurable not only on the homepage, but on every page. Here are 3 examples:

1) this page has a gmap in the feature header ares:

http://kaptinlin.com/themes/strikingr/shortcodes/google-maps/

2) this page has content and a slider in the feature header area:

http://kaptinlin.com/themes/strikingr/font-awesome-icons-overview/

3) this page has an image in the feature header area (which could have been bigger):

http://kaptinlin.com/themes/strikingr/features/style-switch-with-color-picker/

I hope my information has answered your questions.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!
Gideon7 Purchased

The Revolution Slider Animation does not function in Google Chrome. How do I resolve this issue?

If by updating the Striking Theme entirely, how do U update the Striking Theme.

The alert in the back end of my website only says to contact the Administrator.

kaptinlin

HI Gideon7

As per our support policy indicates in the Support Tab above (and I have repeated in every comment above this one!) please go to our support forum, register, and create a new thread for each question you might have.

So create one thread for the rev slider and include your url and whether you are on a windows or mac, WP Version, etc in your comment (and attach a zip of the export of the slideshow) and create another thread for your question about updating, which I do not understand.

Did you review the documentation on Updating? It is very extensive. You can also go here:

Striking Documentation and Video Tutorials

and read the document on updating – it has pictures to guide you as well.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

Trinal9 Purchased

I need help getting my demo to look like the ones you guys have created. I also posted a comment on the striking multflex support page

Default-user
Trinal9 Purchased

I’ve tried to download it every different way and I still get the same results. Not sure how to get the demo like you guys have it. But I need to do that. So any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks

kaptinlin

HI

I believe you crossposted at the forum and thank you for reading the support guidelines. I will check if a team member has responded to you yet.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

Hi I purchased your Striking Theme month ago and I really like it – BUT – for me there is no mobile Version available! did I make something wrong? on the mobile devices there is just showing the normal page – but not like mobile usage as other themes. do you understand what I mean? Thank you very much for the feedback!

Sabrina :)

kaptinlin

HI Sabrina!

Striking MultiFlex is a responsive theme, so be very definition it is mobile, Are you using Striking MultiFlex or the original Striking Theme?

Sabrina, you are a member of the Support Forum and I request you post there and we will assist you with understanding responsive themes.

Mobile versions are for non-resposive themes which cannot resize and change their layout once it is a portable device.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

Hi! A few questions before I buy this theme. I’d like to know if the theme can perform the following:

1. For the homepage, I’d like to mimic the design of http://www.mi.com/en/. Basically a slider and 3 columns below it (with borders).

2. For product pages, I’d like to mimic http://www.mi.com/en/redminote. The content is organized into tabs I believe (top right).

3.) For each tabs, can I have rows inside and have the rows be in full-width? This would extend it outside of the tabs. Reason is I want to have a full width background color for different rows to showcase the features, just like you see in the sample page.

4.) Is there more than one tab style? I’d like a more simple style like the one in the sample page above.

Thank You

kaptinlin

Hi phsiao1214

1. For the homepage, I’d like to mimic the design of http://www.mi.com/en/. Basically a slider and 3 columns below it (with borders).

That site you referenced (which is not a wp site) if a much wider width then MultiFlex. I don’t know if that is a concern for you. We are a 980px grid.

As far as the navigation, slider and columns I see no issues other then you would need to use custom css to add the borders.

2. For product pages, I’d like to mimic http://www.mi.com/en/redminote. The content is organized into tabs I believe (top right).

You can set tabs in a full width page, and the tabs will be the full width of our framework less some small padding on either side of the page inner container.

Our tabs have a slightly more prominent bordering to them. You can reduce or eliminate the border using simple custom css to remove border colors and box shadows. This can be done by page as every page has its own custom css field in the page editor panel.

3.) For each tabs, can I have rows inside and have the rows be in full-width? This would extend it outside of the tabs. Reason is I want to have a full width background color for different rows to showcase the features, just like you see in the sample page.

HI, the sectioning of a page (which you called rows) is a feature our theme does not have. You would have to employ custom css (which is how that site does it, with divs and each div having a class with some html assigned to them). So this would require some work. Sections is not a native feature of Striking MultiFlex.

4.) Is there more than one tab style? I’d like a more simple style like the one in the sample page above.

All our tab styles can be found at the following page:

http://kaptinlin.com/themes/strikingr/shortcodes/tabs-accordion-toggles/

Overall, while I think much of the look of that site is obtainable “out of the box” with MultiFlex there are some things that definitely would require you to use custom css, and the wider width, and page sections are not features of our theme. I do not want to mislead you. Although our current demo is not in fact up to date with all our features and abilities, a review of the theme demo does provide a good overview of its contents and general capabilities.

I hope I answered all your questions. Thank you for your interest in Striking MultiFlex.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

MeInside Purchased

Hi,

Thank you for the awesome theme. But I have one question: Are all rights for the pictures that come with the theme included? Can I use them on my website?

Best, Dennis

kaptinlin

Hi Dennis

To the best of our knowledge yes, you can use them. We used all open source images and it should be that they are all open license.

Our custom Rev Slider Demo content however includes some images that are purchased from shutterstock, and those cannot be reused on your site on a permanent basis. You would have to find your own images for the Revolution Slider.once your site goes live.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

I cannot give one single reason why I am absolutely convinced that this is the most solid, well-designed, flexible WP theme available at any cost. These theme developers are the real deal.

If you are a designer or developer, I strongly encourage you to use this theme.

The support is phenomenal. The backend of the theme is filled with descriptions, helps, and guides, making every setting easy to understand. They have shortcoded so many elements, designing is a breeze. Also, you can add custom CSS or JS just about anywhere (page level or theme level) and keep it safe through any update.

Brilliant.

Gideon7 Purchased

I just received an email from Envato regarding a vulnerability to Revolution Slider plugins of versions below 4.2.

Since Striking Multiflex includes this plugin am I correct in assuming that my recent update of the Striking theme corrected this Revolution Slider vulnerability?

I checked the theme update status in the Advanced Settings page and it reads after clicking the “Check for Updates” button: “You are using the latest version”

Also, how can I see which version of Revolution Slider I’m using since it was not a plugin I added to my theme but was included in my Striking theme package? I want to be able to see which version of Revolution Slider, as well as which version of Striking theme I’m using.

kaptinlin

HI Gideon7

You would have been correct in your assumption even had you asked this question 6 months ago! :D

We included a version of the Rev Slider that had the security flaw fixed in Striking MultiFlex 1.0.2 betas commencing just one day after Rev Slider originally updated with the patch!

Every formal version of Striking MultiFlex commencing with 1.0.2 official March 2014 has been secure.

We are on the list of themes (its on the envato blog somewhere) which are formally acknowledged to have published with updated Rev Slider.

BTW, the last 29 versions of the Rev Slider have not had this security flaw. Its actually very. very, very old news, and we have yet to hear of a Striking user who has been compromised by this issue, although no doubt somewhere we have a user or two who blissfully has their head buried in the sand and has been ignoring all the updates we ourselves have been putting out.

You can see your Rev Slider Version by reviewing the changelog with updates, or going to the revslider.php file in the revslider folder in the theme file.

Should you have any further questions about this matter please post at our support forum.

Best Regards
Striking Team
James

MultiFlex = Your Site Your Way!

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