March 6, 2018 at 9:14 am #6007
I bought the theme and it looks nice, however, when I try to use the pagebuilder option all I got is an empty page with this http://ingatlanbalaton.hu/?zn_pb_edit=true
Can somebody please tell me what’s wrong?
RamonaMarch 7, 2018 at 10:34 pm #6009
Thank you for buying this theme. I apologize for the delayed reply.
I cannot say what the problem is just by looking at your front-end. I need access to the back-end. Can you give me access credentials to your site? You can post them in a new reply and mark the reply as private. This way, only you and the keymasters (forum admins) can see the post.
Did you import the dummy data? Did you create a page for your homepage? Is it set as a homepage in WP Dashboard > Settings > Reading?
CiprianMarch 11, 2018 at 11:04 am #6010
Thanks for getting back to me. I was able to figure it out, but I have another problem right now. I would like to create a one page website, and not sure how this works? I’ve created the menu with the homepage button(kezdőodal) but my website is not scrolling. I also designed all the pages under homepage and also under each menu button, if you click you’ll see. What I want is to have a one page website and also when someone clicks on a menu button it automatically scrolls down to that part of the website.
Can you please help me why I can’t see all the pages after each other on the front page? And also the background in the front page is not showing the whole picture.
RamonaMarch 13, 2018 at 9:45 pm #6018
A link to what you’ve done so far would be helpful.
The easiest method for you to understand how a one-page site built with this theme works, is to install the demo data (WP Dashboard > CleanLab Option > Advanced > Install dummy data (DO THIS ONLY ON AN EMPTY TEST SITE!)) and inspect how the demo “One Page” was built.
Basically, you have to build only one (long) page and insert the Anchor Point elements in key locations in your page. This element is visible only when in PageBuilder edit mode. Your one-page menu should point to these anchors by using in-page references with the format #anchorName (You can also use absolute links like this: http://mysite.com#anchorName). The page should automatically scroll to the anchor point location when clicking on its corresponding menu.
Let me know if you understood and if I can help you further.
CiprianMarch 14, 2018 at 4:03 pm #6020
Thanks. It seems difficult to me to install the dummy file.
This is my link: http://ingatlanbalaton.hu/
What I basically need to see is a menu like I have right now on a one page website. I still can’t scroll down the page, however all I have right now is the homepage (kezdőoldal) set as a page on the menu settings. If someone clicks on the menu items it should be able to scroll to that part of the website.
I’ve been working on it more than a week now and haven’t been able to figure it out.
Can you please help me?
RamonaMarch 14, 2018 at 11:42 pm #6021
You almost got it.
The menu is ok. Maybe you just need to swap the menu Blog with Csapat so they correspond with the sections order inside the page. Also, the menu item Kapcsolat has no corresponding anchor point (#kapcsolat). So you need to create this anchor point.
CiprianMarch 18, 2018 at 8:37 am #6024
Thanks, I does work. Is it possible though to have it full screen? At least the front page? And also can I add some custom css to make the header bar (menu) thinner? It takes up a lot of space from the front page. If so, what’s the css and where do I put it.
RamonaMarch 20, 2018 at 10:25 am #6025
I finally put together a revolution slider, but it doesn’t go full width. Can you help please?ThanksMarch 21, 2018 at 8:45 am #6026
Never mind, in the meantime, I was able to figure it out. Not sure why this support is existing if no one answers…
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