Recently (not sure when; just noticed) comments started displaying the CSS formatting on the frontend. I am pretty sure it’s a theme issue because I don’t see the same problem on two other WordPress sites I am running. This shouldn’t be on Here’s what it looks like:
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June 8, 2016
Hi John. I’ve been going through some of your quarterly articles and for some reason, the ‘like’ button refuses to load on all I’ve visited. You may want to look into this. ?
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June 30, 2016
Thanks for the message. I didn’t see this problem before, but the “Like” button keeps hanging saying “loading” on all after the first article in an issue. I will need to get this fixed; that’s most annoying!
I am using a child theme of Pure & Simple Pro version 1.5. I am using version 4.6 of WordPress. The issue will not be displayed right now because I have removed the comments to avoid the CSS display to visitors.
Ok, I managed to locate the download and found your blog instructions on how update the theme. But I need to know the impact on the site if follow the instructions to delete the theme before adding the update. I am using a child theme so my changes should remain, right? After I hear back from you I will do the update and see how it works. But it would be helpful if there is a details page indicating changes from the previous version. If there is one, where do I find that.
Is there some way you could incorporate this process into the regular theme update system within WordPress?
It would be helpful if you could manage to provide info on the need for updates through WordPress.
Your new website design doesn’t have an updates menu. It does look good, though. You have to find updates through the My Account section under downloads. Now that I know I need to follow you on G+ I am doing that. As it is, I couldn’t find a post there on this theme being updated.
You can delete the theme as per the tutorial but please make a backup before you start. And you for the change in latest version you can check our update page or you can simply check the change-log in the theme package.
We are really sorry to inform your that we couldn’t make update news in the WordPress for pro themes but you can check in our social medias.
I didn’t reinstall the child theme because it was the same one from before (not surprising) and that’s where the few changes I did make were so I didn’t want to lose them. The updated theme seems to have picked them up as it should.
Didn’t seem like there were many changes in the log that affect me, but I will check them out over time.