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  1. thanks. Sadly WP Bakery's free version has no support, but we have the same issue on a paid theme that has good support, so referred it to them. If they get it sorted, i'll post on here how it got working.... if it does.
  2. Why should it be avoided? Shame WP Bakery cannot do it, especially when there is the checkout that it states can do it....
  3. So if I Opted for the method I mentioned..... A row of two columns (text in first). Hide first col on mobile. Add second row, copy that text in there. Hide that row on desktop screens, but show on mobile. Is that acceptable in SEO? I ask as I was always told that hiding *anything* is bad, even if you show and hide depending on media size. Simon
  4. Great - so how do you do it? The other idea is to add another row, with the same text, hide for all devices bar mobile, and them hide the left column on mobile. So when the screen is smaller, one disappears, the other shows. But I thought hiding and showing content is bad for SEO.
  5. https://themenectar.ticksy.com//article/11298/ This is what I am trying to do, but on mine, it fails every time. I do have that RTL checkbox, which I Assumed would just do it.. but no. so I did the class and the CSS but again, no.
  6. So using WP Bakery, can you see how I make it work, as I was told that's all I needed to do. Assign that class to the row. And it should just reverse.
  7. You see "Left" and "Right". In WP Bakery they are two columns. The 'row' has class: home-promo-client-left assigned to it, with the CSS quoted above. I want that CSS to switch it around on a mobile device. So on a mobile, Right goes 'above' Left.
  8. https://www.79design.org.uk/direction/ We are trying to use WP Bakery's tools, and the Flex Direction CSS. @media only screen and (max-width: 1000px) { .home-promo-client-left img, .home-promo-client img { max-width: 92%; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; } .home-promo-client-left { margin-right: auto; margin-top: auto; display: flex !important; flex-direction: column-reverse; } } We have this in the page. The image part is for another page, but the column reverse for mobile is being ignored. Any ideas why?
  9. Hi. I think it is something in the theme doing it as I added two rows with an icon on the second one on a different WP theme, and it did exactly as expected. Moved up with a minus top margin, no z-index needed (as I agree.. that can cause other issues). And went over the upper Div. So I will refer it to our theme devs. What should work in CSS, is being ignored for some reason.
  10. Also an oddity... it has a sticky menu. If I set it just to be margin-top: -100px, it appears to crop the top as it goes behind the previous DIV. But when you scroll the screen it goes over the sticky menu with the high z-index... still cropped...
  11. Alas not, as this is purely in a preview... It's in WordPress using WP Bakery. One row after the other. Each row has three columns - tho only the center one is being used (others are to create gaps). Above the 'element' for the Heading, is the Info box to add the icon. All rows are relative positioned. Even if I set the icon DIV to be absolute, and high z-index, it still goes under the previous DIV.
  12. I am creating a page with rows. Each row is a Step in a process. In the second, third and so on rows, above its title I have added am element with a 'down arrow'. I want that Element to be 'in front of' both DIVs. When I do it now, and set a minus top margin, it goes up, but behind the row above. How do I make it go in front of it? I've done it with SVGs so it's making it have that layered look, but doesn't seem to work on DIVs only. I assumed z-index: 20000; would do the trick, and even if I set the row above to be a lower z-index. Help...
  13. don't worry, our Access Control plugin actually does it! Oddly enough. But... is there a way to apply display:none to a CSS class... based on user role. Seen loads about this. But none that are in that great detail. If we can't, then the access control is fine. but be good to hide the div!
  14. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50907170/wordpress-if-user-role-css-class-then-display-none This seems to partially answer the question, but it doesn't state how to tell which roles will HIDE the DIV... only if it is 'logged in'. If someone is logged in they can view the Wall, but we need it hidden for customer and subscriber.
  15. Sorry the UK bit is the end of the domain.. .co.uk/?s=......... and so on. It's not a page as such. So how would I write a function that checks if they are logged in, and checks from the array of user roles. If not logged in, they we hide the DIV. But if they are logged in, but their user role is NOT one of those specified we hide the DIV.
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