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Sadly, it is difficult to get it out of the search engines. 🙁
Do you mean, when you do a Google search? Do these pages exist? If you go in Dashboard -> Pages -> All Pages, do you see these pages?
Thanks for checking. Last night at home, I also tried Firefox on my mac and worked just fine. Must be some weird firewall issue at work. Scared me though 🙂
Appreciate all your help!
Wow, that was easy. I saw that setting but didn’t realize what it was for.
Thanks for the reply. Little confused. what page has the class page-id-16? Is “display: block” not showing the banner? don’t I need to have something that says “if it isn’t the main page, block the banner”? How do I add the “page-id” to my page?
ThanksSeptember 10, 2017 at 12:17 am in reply to: Where do I change the social media icons in the page footer? #49574
Please ignore this question. I am no longer using this old site. I’ve updated to P&S Pro and I don’t need this info anymore.
*** SOLVED ****
Found the video on adding the primary menu. Followed his instructions and it worked.
I did some Google-ing and found it. I copied over footer.php into child theme, then modified it to add my actual name.
Let me add more info. I tried going to the Pages page and configuring each page using the index and parent, but that didn’t work either. I went to the Customizer >> Menus and set up the sub menus there. But when I hover over MUSIC and VIDEOS menu items, the sub-menus are not there. What am I doing wrong?
I was hoping that buying the new (Pro) version of P&S would solve all my problems, but I seem to be having more issues with the new one. I assume I’m just doing something wrong. Hope you can help me get this working.
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Another weird thing… I removed the sub-menus but when I look at the page, those pages area still in the menu bar. There must be a setting I’m missing…
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.September 8, 2017 at 9:24 pm in reply to: Where do I change the social media icons in the page footer? #49503
Incase if you want to edit the file yourself be sure to make the changes in the child theme so that changes won’t lost upon updates;
1. Go to wp-contents >> themes >> partials >> social-bar.php and duplicate the file in child theme
2. Then you can make changes
I could not find that location, where I found it was:
wp-content >> themes >> puresimple >> partials >> social-bar.php
But this file only has all the social media info. What I want to change is the information I have at the bottom of my home page. Currently I only have the Facebook icon, and it is pointing to the wrong FB page. How can I fix that, or add other social media icons.
ThanksSeptember 6, 2017 at 9:52 pm in reply to: Where do I change the social media icons in the page footer? #49434
When you say “directly download from the account section”, where is that?
Can I actually download just the child theme files for Pure & Simple?
AlfredoSeptember 6, 2017 at 3:57 pm in reply to: Where do I change the social media icons in the page footer? #49430
Thanks again Bidur.
One more question. When I activate the child theme, Is there a new directory created where my stuff lives? Can you refer me to details on how that works. I assume the URL and everything else is the same?
Sorry for the noise. I found it! Check box. Go figure…
ThanksSeptember 5, 2017 at 4:59 pm in reply to: Where do I change the social media icons in the page footer? #49372
Thanks for this info, Bidur. Unfortunately, when I first started this site, I didn’t read about using “child themes” until I was well on my way. Now that I am not using the child theme, can I move what I have to a child theme, or do I have to start over, uploading all my media, etc? I will look into the duplicator plug in to see how that works.
One other thing, I am up to date with all my stuff (except the WooCommerce plugin) I have it installed but I never actually set it up to use commerce. Not sure if I can just deactivate it?
I’ll be back in touch.
- This reply was modified 4 years ago by Alfredo Jahn.