For what it's worth, this css in the styles.css seems to work well. I'd love to see you add it to your style sheet since it'll benefit everyone and also it'll make it so I don't have to add custom stuff with every update. :)
I've got a number of strange issues that I'd like to figure out how to deal with. When I build my product description out, it looks good in the editor, but it doesn't look the same on the actual page.
A few areas that are problematic are bullets and spacing.
Here is a before/after image. The part on top is how it looks in the editor, the part below is how it looks rendered on the actual page.
I can tell by looking at the bullet items that they are being disabled by the style "ol, ul" in the styles.css that comes with this theme. I haven't investigated the paragraph spacing yet, but I suspect its something similar.
Is there anyway to change the css to fix this? If not, what's an easy workaround? Note that changing all my product descriptions to override the list-style isn't easy - I've got lots. :)
Looking for suggestions - thanks!
Great plugin - I'd love to have a reminder that let's me send a reward point reminder to my users.
For example, I might set it up to send out a monthly email saying "Hey So & So, don't forget you've got 300 points worth $15 to use on the store."
I'm using the reminders plugin for my 3.0 setup. I've got a "Abandoned Cart" reminder setup to send after 12 hours, but I get the email after just a few minutes of adding an item to my cart.
Here's a screen shot of my setup:
I hear rumor that this is coming... very happy about that! :)
Will you post here when it's done or will you introduce it some other way?
CTRL-F5 worked, though my forums don't look right still, unless this is the new look?
I disabled all my SevenSpikes plugins then re-enabled the Electronics theme and the site is performing well, though of course most of the goodness is gone because of the lack of plugins. I then started to systematically re-enable the plugins and found that Mega Menu was the biggest problem -- with it enabled, the CPU would spike to 100 and stay at 100% for 30 seconds or longer. The next problem plugin was the Ajax Filter; it would cause spikes but they didn't last for nearly as long.
I hope that's enough info to find and fix the problem with those two plugins.