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simona6

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  1. You are dead right. I've replaced the Image WP Bakery method with the Text Box method, and a little CSS to take any padding off around it, and it loads instantly. It must be part of WP Bakery! In that case I'll setup a CSS class to cater for all those curves, and re-assign them with that method. Thanks a lot. Just wish I could ascertain where in Bakery it is doing it. As the otheres, the tiles below it, they do it. They use the Image element. I dont' care abotu those fading in... but would be nice to have the control!
  2. So no way to see what Javascript file (code within the file) is causing it, as then I could narrow down where it is coming from - ie, theme folder or plugin folder...
  3. Found this.... something about it not loading straight away...? Not sure if that is fonts only tho on a preload.
  4. The theme doesn't have any setting for lazy loading. We use to do it via Fastest cache, but we no longer use that plugin. Can you show me what code or what you have found that alerts to you Lazy Loading, if only for that image? I notice on the smaller 'tiled' images below, they do it too, when you refresh the page.
  5. Can you please direct me to it, to see if I can remove it? There is nothing set in the theme that does it.
  6. https://www.new.79design.org.uk. This is in demo... but will be live soon. All images, then fade in for a second. We have no lazy loading on. And opacity is on 1. So why do they not just 'appear'?! Odd. hope you can assist.
  7. On our website we have various images, but they all seem to 'load in'... rather than just 'appear'. It's particularly noticeable on the curved image at the top of our site. IS this something anyone has come across before? Happy to post link if that is allowed. Simon
  8. Hi We have a website where on all browsers everything shows up. But on Chrome on my Macbook Pro, it doesn't. I checked and our software is up to date. I looked at the site on ipad. phone and Chrome on my Windows machine, and they all show the content. It's clearly not a CSS issue as otherwise it probably wouldn't show anywhere, plus I removed all Custom CSS to test, and it still failed to show. Not sure if I am allowed to submit a URL here, but if I am, please let me know. The code is in Source code, so it's there - it's just not showing. Simon
  9. The theme people told me once, they do not think of it as a fault. As it is to centralise the logo. They gave me code years ago, but it has since been lost with theme upgrades. So the second option is best. That code I entered has done the trick. So thank you sincerely.
  10. .grve-logo .grve-wrapper img { top: 3%; } .grve-logo .grve-wrapper { top: 3%; } Actually it's a little more like this I think, else the logo is rammed at the top of the DIV with no spacing. This seems to get it virtually spot on. Goodness knows why they coded what they did tho - I'm sure they have their reasons, but it makes no sense to me.
  11. Is this the answer: .grve-logo .grve-wrapper img { top: 0%; } .grve-logo .grve-wrapper { top: 0%; }
  12. Sure, but how do you remove one, when it is set in the Theme's CSS? You can usually only 'reverse' a rule such as: top: 0px; Or with an 'important' in there, but doubt that's needed.
  13. Ah yes I see it. So I need to add those two rules in my custom CSS - but oddly, how do I revert -50px? Do I just add a 50px top instead??
  14. I can see you've outside a Class in the CSS, and one other sectin below that. Not sure what you are guiding me toward.
  15. Sorry not with you. What should I highlight, and then remove or change?
  16. UK here so signing off for now. If you can see the CSS causing it, so i can just shift it up, it would be appreciated. Whatever I alter, seems to change the size of the logo. OR shift the whole block down, rather than just that bordered bit. As I say, doing it via the UL of the mega menu has place it OVER the DIV, so the problem has gone. But it's not the most ideal solution. So if you can spot one - thanks.
  17. Yes, but couldnt' see anything to close it up. I have since found the Mega Menu CSS, and put a z-index of high value that puts a plaster over the problem. But can't find a way to just shift that square... UP. apparentrly it's there to centre the logo, but why that has to shift down, I don't know.
  18. Screenshot attached to show CSS highlighting the issue area.
  19. On our own website we noticed the link of the Logo is half way down the image, so when you have the popup menu, if you click just in the wrong place you go to to the homepage. If you visit our website: https://www.79design.org.uk, in Firefox, outline block elements and you see a DIV or A tag that is half way down the logo on the top left. and it protrudes below the logo. I've no idea why any designer would do that (this is a WP theme), and no idea how to correct it. Any help would be appreciated.
  20. Yes i should have added this here. their shop has % instead of weight, and in the cart it still shows 100kg rather than 100%. For some reason, Wordpress's logo translate won't change that. It will change what shows in the Dropdown in Woocommerce, but not the front-end "you have 100kg in your cart" text. So thought i could simply hide the 'kg'. Or the 'g' if it is just grams.
  21. I have a string in a TD tag that says "100 g". The 'g' is grams, but it's not in it's own Span, so I need a way to find the 'last character', and then hide it in CSS. I can see how to do ::first-letter, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do Last-Letter. Is there?
  22. I've been trying to make this happen for the past few hours, and failing miserably! I have a row of four Div columns. In each one is a DIV in a circular shape, and below that, is a H2 tag, with it's own class. I have assigned a Class to the row, and tried it with one to the column too, for good measure! I want to hover over the H2, and make the circular DIV light up a different colour. <div class="grve-background-wrapper"></div></div><div class="grve-section grve-fullwidth-background grve-bg-none grve-column-has-gap grve-column-gap-40 green-circle-hovers"> <div class="grve-container"> <div class="grve-row grve-bookmark"><div class="wpb_column grve-column grve-column-1-4 grve-tablet-sm-column-1-2 grve-mobile-column-1 green-circles-col"> <div class="grve-column-wrapper vc_custom_1595694920324"><div class="grve-element grve-box-icon grve-align-center grve-medium home-circle-minus grve-with-shape" style=""><a href="#" target="_self" class=""> <div class="grve-wrapper-icon grve-simple grve-circle grve-bg-primary-2"><i class="fas fa-mobile-alt grve-text-white"></i></div> <div class="grve-box-content"> </div></a></div><div class="grve-element grve-text vc_custom_1595697474860"><h2 class="home-icon-minheight" style="text-align: center;"><a href="/website-design">Website Design</a></h2> <p style="text-align: center;">text here</p> </div> </div></div><div class="wpb_column grve-column grve-column-1-4 grve-tablet-sm-column-1-2 grve-mobile-column-1"> <div class="grve-column-wrapper vc_custom_1595693634238"><div class="grve-element grve-box-icon grve-align-center grve-medium home-circle-minus grve-with-shape" style=""><a href="#" target="_self" class=""> <div class="grve-wrapper-icon grve-simple grve-circle grve-bg-primary-2"><i class="fab fa-wordpress grve-text-white"></i></div> <div class="grve-box-content"> </div></a></div><div class="grve-element grve-text vc_custom_1595693720215"><h2 class=" home-icon-minheight" style="text-align: center;"><a href="/wordpress">WordPress Services</a></h2> <p style="text-align: center;">text here</p> </div> </div></div><div class="wpb_column grve-column grve-column-1-4 grve-tablet-sm-column-1-2 grve-mobile-column-1"> <div class="grve-column-wrapper vc_custom_1595693652463"><div class="grve-element grve-box-icon grve-align-center grve-medium home-circle-minus grve-with-shape" style=""><a href="#" target="_self" class=""> <div class="grve-wrapper-icon grve-simple grve-circle grve-bg-primary-2"><i class="fas fa-shopping-basket grve-text-white"></i></div> <div class="grve-box-content"> </div></a></div><div class="grve-element grve-text vc_custom_1595693727850"><h2 class="home-icon-minheight" style="text-align: center;"><a href="/ecommerce">ECommerce Design</a></h2> <p style="text-align: center;">text here</p> </div> </div></div><div class="wpb_column grve-column grve-column-1-4 grve-tablet-sm-column-1-2 grve-mobile-column-1"> <div class="grve-column-wrapper vc_custom_1595693662249"><div class="grve-element grve-box-icon grve-align-center grve-medium home-circle-minus grve-with-shape" style=""><a href="#" target="_self" class=""> <div class="grve-wrapper-icon grve-simple grve-circle grve-bg-primary-2"><i class="fas fa-search grve-text-white"></i></div> <div class="grve-box-content"> </div></a></div><div class="grve-element grve-text vc_custom_1595693735199"><h2 class="home-icon-minheight" style="text-align: center;"><a href="/seo">SEO Services</a></h2> <p style="text-align: center;">text here</p> </div> </div></div></div> </div> This is the CSS to try and get it working. .green-circles-col h2:hover .grve-wrapper-icon.grve-simple.grve-circle.grve-bg-primary-2 { background: #000000; } I won't bother with all the CSS that styles the rest. It's just hovering over the H2, I want the circular 'grve-wrapper-icon' t change colour from its default 'primary-2'. I have made that change when you hover over the circle, but not over anything else. That said, I did manage to make it work when you hover over the DIV, but not the H2..... and that's what's thrown me.
  23. "DUPLICATED VALUES TITLE TAGS" For / and non-slash.
  24. It's saying we have duplicate Title Tags, for the normal and / version of the same page.
  25. A Wordpress website has trailing slashes, and all is fine. But for some reason SEO software sees the homepage with and without the /. Causing duplication. Not all SEO software sees it. What is the HTACCESS code to add, to enforce, only on the homepage main domain URL, NO trailing slash? Thanks
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