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    Sam King
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    Sorry, putting 3 questions in the same post.

    1) Is there some CSS for increasing the size of the bootstrap slider button?
    2) Can I increase the size of the short code button?
    3) When attempting to insert shortcode for blog I get the following error, “Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/myadminname/public_html/wp-content/plugins/t4p-core/tinymce/shortcodes.class.php on line 65”

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #20662 |

    Hi,

    1) Is there some CSS for increasing the size of the bootstrap slider button?

    Please post your website url to your bootstrap slider, we will try to provide a solution.

    2) Can I increase the size of the short code button?

    If you are referring to the Theme4Press shortcode creator button, Sorry we cannot increase this button size.
    If you are referring to size of shortcode generated button, please post your website url to your buttons.

    3) When attempting to insert shortcode for blog I get the following error, “Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/myadminname/public_html/wp-content/plugins/t4p-core/tinymce/shortcodes.class.php on line 65”

    In your wp-config.php, please turn WP_DEBUG off. It’s a PHP warning, not an error. In the event of a PHP fatal error, you will only see a blank page.

    Thank you.

    Sam King
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    Denzel Chia
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    #20669 |

    Hi,

    wp-config.php is at the root of your WordPress installation, not a Theme file.

    As for your bootstrap slider button, for example, “Services and Pricing”.
    It does not look like our original design. Did you add your own custom css?
    Is this the button that you are referring to?

    Thanks!

    Sam King
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    #20672 |

    That is the button I’m referring to but I haven’t put any custom css in, unless it could be lurking somewhere from my previous themes????

    Also, I went into the WP-config.php and there was one line that was like this, I made no changes: define(‘WP_DEBUG’, false);

    Denzel Chia
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    #20676 |

    Hi,

    There could be a plugin using the same button class and causing css conflict.
    Never mind that. Please use the following codes in Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    This will increase that button font size, and thus make it look bigger.

    As for your WP_DEBUG in your wp-config.php. Yes, it’s set to false, which means it’s turned off. Perhaps one of your plugins has either set it to true or use PHP error_reporting function to turn it on, or maybe it’s your server setting.

    If you don’t mind, and if it’s not hindering your work, you can ignore it.

    Thanks!

    Sam King
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    #20678 |

    thanks!

    Denzel Chia
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    #20679 |

    You are welcome!

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