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  • Viktor
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    #21509 |

    Edit:
    Furthermore, I still have a website using Alora 2.7.0 with this shortcode and I don’t have any issue…
    -> It might be a wrong idea since I just reinstall a theme 2.7.0 and plugin 1.3.0 to my website and the problem is still there.

    Denzel Chia
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    #21527 |

    Hi,

    Please post your url to the page that has this issue.

    Thanks.

    Viktor
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    #21532 |

    Hi Denzel!
    I can’t share this domain right now, I will try to replicate the issue on an other subdomain so it would be a clean install with no plugin or extra…
    I will come back to you when it’s done!
    Have a good day!
    Viktor.

    Viktor
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    #21537 |

    Hi Denzel!
    Good new I found why I had the problem… I can’t say if it a real bug or if this normal… here is how to reproduce the problem:

    In Apearance > Customize > Static Front Page > Check “A static page” and set “Front page” AND “Post Page” to the same page where you put the shortcode I published before.

    You can see the problem on my Drone website (I will remove this tempory page in 24h).
    As you can see it creates an infinite page… (I only created 15 posts).

    Another question too… as you can see in the pos http://www.speedrone.com/2/ I put a random text between the button and the blog shortcode and I don’t find where to change the color… any help?

    Denzel Chia
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    #21545 |

    Hi,

    For your random text color.
    Try using the H2 option in Theme Options -> Typography.

    Thanks!

    Viktor
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    #21563 |

    Hi!,

    Do you mean Option > Styling ?
    In Typography is only about size…

    In styling every thing is 0xFFFFFFFF (but some red…) and nothing change on the text color.

    Any other suggestion?

    Thanks!
    Viktor.

    Denzel Chia
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    #21580 |

    Hi,

    Sorry, Please use the following in Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    You can change the #fff to any other color hex code.

    Thanks!

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