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- March 28, 2018 at 3:57 am #185456
Thank you Ben! (and Kevin also!) Ben, your update did the trick.
So nice when you post your problem late at night and have a solution waiting for you in morning when you turn on your pc and sit down with fresh cup of coffee :). Top notch service guys, thanks a million!
Ben, you mentioned some SEO -app conflicts, that got me interested.
> I have Yoast installed, but I think I might migrate to “The SEO framework” – which I´ve used in one other website and it seems be quite good at it. I have two quite similar websites, that are located in same server and only main difference between them is the SEO-plugin, which are Yoast and SEO Framework and latter seems to be clocking 0,5-1 sec faster response times. So it feels like Yoast is cluttering the site somehow.
So, my question is: Have you noticed any conflicts with your themes and The SEO Framework, that I should know before I migrate.
ValMarch 19, 2018 at 12:11 pm #183999
Yeah, nah, Yeah…
I can´t. Because now I see the pagination when I turn off the filter. Classic. 🙂
Well, Thank you Hannah and Ben!
This case is closed and I stay and wonder why it disappeared earlier when I tested it. So weird.
Perhaps some caching stuff, etc.
ValJanuary 29, 2018 at 3:20 pm #177010
Yeah, thought that might be the case. My coding skills are not in the level of using hooks fluidly.
I´m using a child theme and I tried to add a extra widget area under the header earlier by following some functions tutorial that I found from the interwebs. I managed to get the header widget visible at back-end in Widget editing screen, but not at all in front-end. I would have been happy having it under header at every page as well.
I would like to avoid using sidebars with this design, but that full page width top bar under header (With ajax search) would work nicely.
EDIT: This was the tutorial: http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-themes/how-to-add-a-wordpress-widget-to-your-website-header/