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13 hours ago

Hi, this post is a duplicate of support ticket #13427.

It has been answered in the ticket:

"From the administration you can do this:

- change text
- disable the "new products"
- disable the "homepage news"

For any other changes you have to edit the source code.

About columns 1,2 and 3. In default nopCommerce there are 3 footer columns available for links. In the topics administration you can set any topic to appear as footer link in footer column 1,2 or 3. However in Traction theme the footer is different and only "column 1" can be used from the topic administration, the others are unavailable. The links attached to "column 1" will render inside the second footer column in Traction theme because the first one is reserved for contact information.

If you want to revert this behavior back to default, you have to replace the current column code with the default code from "Default Clean" theme."

venkatgoud143 wrote:

I'm using Minimal theme version 4.0 in this country and state not working properly in checkout process billing and shipping address.


Hi,
the problem has been fixed so you can update your theme. The changes are located in styles.css and styles.rtl.css files. You may need to clear your browser cache after replacing the files.


Regards

one month ago

mrabjohn wrote:
Hi,

My previous post relates to Google Chrome Version 78.0.3904.70 and macOS Catalina 10.15.

Mark


The problem remains the same. It's on the client machine.

one month ago

mrabjohn wrote:
My Mac is running:

Safari: 10.1.2 (10603.3.8)
MAC OS X: 10.10.5 (Yosemite)

I have no idea whether there was a problem on this version of Safari or OS X or whether there is a fault just with my Mac.


Unfortunately this is not a font issue, neither a browser issue, but rather an "OS" issue. I've researched this problem a lot back in the day when old OSX were still widely spread - most users stated that they are having this particular problem because of font conflicts after installing specific software on MAC machines (e.g. Microsoft Office which implements non OSX native fonts on its own, etc.)

There were reports that the problem can be fixed only be executing font cleaning procedures on the client machine. Which is bad news because the problem can be solved only by modifying the client machine and not the website itself. This means that even if you manage to fix it on your own machine, a visitor with the same old OSX may experience the same problem when visiting your website.

Fortunately these operation systems are dying out now.
If you still want to avoid this, then you have to look for a font replacement and eventually integrate a font that doesn't get into conflicts (but there's no guarantee it won't get into conflicts on another old OSX machine if it's not a native OSX font)


Regards

Hello JustinE.

Actually the link above is leading to a ticket in which we say we need more information, admin setup examples etc. As we are not sure what the problem mentioned is.

However the previous user never responded, so we didn't investigate the issue any further. Please start a support ticket on your own and provide us with enough information and specific examples.


Regards

3 months ago

Hello Oddin.

Currently there is no such functionality, it's just an image.
To add some action to it, like hyperlink or call, you have to modify the source code.


Regards

Cardiopets wrote:
I have added square images to the mobile version on the anywhere slider but it is still only showing a small version of the desktop image (I am using the avenue theme)


Hi, the problem was specific for Avenue theme. It is now fixed and deployed online so you can download your Anywhere Sliders plugin again. The file you have to replace is NivoSlider.cshtml for Avenue theme only, or just replace the entire plugin folder. You may need to restart the site (application) after that.

4 months ago

fazarmnia wrote:
Hi everyone I work with nopCommerce version 4.10 with nop-Template Poppy theme. I need to add address and phone number in the home page footer but every change I made in /nopCommerce/Themes/Poppy/Views/Shared/Components/Footer/Default.cshtml doesn't take affect!?

Does anyone know the reason?

Thanks!


Hello fazarmnia,

did you read my answer to your post on the nopCommerce forum about that?
Did you check if the new html is present in the browser and the missing text is a css problem ("font-size: 0")?
If you did, but still have troubles with your new text in the footer, then something is preventing your markup to be refreshed, like server cache, etc. As I said, you are doing your changes in the correct file.


Regards

Hello sksoni,

as I answered to you on the nopCommerce forum, the jCarousel.css is the right file you need to edit. In case you have multiple themes installed, make sure that you are editing the correct jCarousel.css for the theme you are using (there will be more than one jCarousel.css files in your plugin directory). Also clear your browser cache after doing any changes.

If you still experience some problems and have a valid license, you can start a support ticket.

4 months ago

aesmitty23 wrote:
Hello. Does anybody know the recommended min / max height and width dimensions for the logo?


It depends which of the two variants of the theme you are using. If you are using the second variant ("normal header"), the one shown on the second demo, we recommend to follow similar dimensions to the demo logo, approx. 160px width, and 35-40px height.

If you are using the first variant of the theme ("mobile header"), as shown on the first demo, you can experiment a bit more with the dimensions. width can be between 150 and 250px, height can be bigger too, although we recommend to not exceed 40px for best results.

The idea is that the theme works best with a low profile landscape logo. If your logo is a square, or portrait, you have to make some tests on your own and see what works best to you. The container limits the size of the logo image - if the image is too big, it will be scaled down to fit the container. We recommend to use actual size image and avoid scaling, sometimes scaling introduces bluriness.