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  • in reply to: Mobile responsive #35308

    Ben
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    Will WpTouch work with ignitiondeck?

    in reply to: Mobile responsive #35302

    Ben
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    This is a big problem that the site is not mobile responsive. Has anyone worked on this?

    in reply to: Mobile responsive #35278

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    Why is the 500 classic theme NOT mobile responsive? That’s a BIG problem? Is there some customization I need to do? Seems like being mobile responsive would be de riguer out-of-the-box…are any of your themes mobile responsive? I posted this issue before and you emailed and said it was a “bug” but now have not heard anything back from you. What .css do I need to adjust to make this work??

    in reply to: Adding google fonts to 500 Framework? #34666

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    Wowww…I got em to work. The culprit was that I had made changes to the parent theme head.php. Once I tried it in the child theme it worked perfectly. Thanks for all of your help!

    in reply to: Adding google fonts to 500 Framework? #34614

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    That’s what I thought…something is overwriting it. I’m trying to use Roboto but I’ve tried a bunch of different ones. I can’t change ANYTHING lol…H1, H2, body. Any suggestions as how to find out what’s overwriting it?

    in reply to: Adding google fonts to 500 Framework? #34572

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    Emma,

    Hey, thanks for responding. I’ve tried that, and I’ve attempted to add the code both to head.php and as an @import in CSS. Nothing is working.

    If I load a page and inspect the code, the line of code in the CSS (font-family etc) is crossed out.

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    in reply to: Stripe –Problem with Stripe Credentials #33189

    Ben
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    Did you look at the screenshot of my code? It does appear that there is a blank space, correct?

    in reply to: Stripe –Problem with Stripe Credentials #33184

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    Yes, I just did that. Still no luck. I also noticed in the code that the paypal .js is loading before the strip.js and the actual error message is coming from within the paypal component on the page, not the stripe component. I did check the disable Paypal box within the settings.

    <span id=”paypal-error-message”>There is a problem with your Stripe credentials</span>

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