Thanks for replying back with that information. I'm glad you were able to find a viable solution to that issue!
Awesome! You're welcome. I'm glad that helped you out! Let us know if you need anything else, we're always happy to help.
Thanks for posting your question regarding hiding the hover over tooltip on menus that contain sub-menu items. I'm sorry for the duration of time to get back to you; I appreciate your patience.
Unfortunately, BoldGrid does not have a setting for this specifically. (Consider sending this in as a "feature request"; our developers are always looking for ways to improve the BoldGrid experience!)
What I learned as a possible solution, in the meantime, would disable all hover over, but it's the only way to manipulate this through the CSS. Using the Customizer Custom CSS Editor, enter this code in addition to your existing code:
I hope this helps!
Thanks for posting your question regarding the Visual Editor malfunctioning when editing the Widget on your Homepage. I'm sorry to see you are experiencing an issue with this.I am unable to replicate this issue using the latest version of BoldGrid and WordPress. I recommend making a backup of your website and then updating WordPress, the theme, and all your BoldGrid plugins.
Also, be sure to deactivate any other "builder-type" plugins you may have installed/activated. This can sometimes cause conflicts if you are using multiple builders.
If you have any persisting issues, feel free to reply back.
Thanks for posting your comment regarding modifying the header text to not include the "over" line. This is something that is built into the Resolve Inspiration to influence the overall aesthetic of the header.
With that said, if you would like to change this, it would require some CSS customization. You can accomplish this by using Google Chrome Dev Tools to identify the object and then enter the custom CSS line in the Customizer.
I used the following code for my test, you can try using this code as well:
You're welcome, always happy to help! Let us know if you need anything else.
Thanks for posting your question about smooth scrolling of a one-page website. Unfortunately, this is not a feature built into BoldGrid. You would need to manually build this by using the menu items to anchor to the text on the page that you want to scroll to, once you click on it.
I hope this helps,
Thanks for posting your question about adding items to your menu. I'm sorry to see that you are experiencing issues causing frustration. I am not seeing this as an issue with the latest version of BoldGrid and WordPress. Can you please confirm that you have the most recent version of BoldGrid plugins and WordPress core?
Also, I recommend ensuring that you disable any additional "builder-type" plugins and reattempting to modify the menu. This should help eliminate any conflicts that may be caused by having multiple builder plugins installed/activated.
Thanks for posting your question about shortening the post displayed on your categories page. This is something that is built into the WordPress Post builder. You can add the <more> tag to display only a portion of the post on your categories page.
Thanks for posting your question about the location of the header.php file. WordPress typically uses this standard theme file located inside the themes folder of the core files:
You will need to log into your web server, which may require assistance from your web host. You can also use a File Manager plugin to modify the files through the WordPress Dashboard.
When making changes to this file directly, I recommend a couple of things.
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