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  • #17786
    tix
    Participant

    Greetings,

    Using Xtreme Plus

    I’m lost at where the save/restore option is allowing you  to add a name and description when you save settings. This is a  nice feature because it gives the name you saved as the “subtheme name” that is used.

    I did it for a new site, but now I’m doing another site and don’t see that option anywhere. I did a conversion from Weaver II pro.
    Is the option to give a name to your saved settings gone, once you uploaded an already saved setting? If so, how can I change the name?

    Thank you. Have a nice weekend.

     

    #22095
    scrambler
    Moderator

    It has never been there and it would be nice.

    Right now, you download the setting file on your computer and then rename it there

    #22096
    tix
    Participant

    Hi scrambler,

    Yes it’s there, I’ve just found it back in Advanced Options –>Admin Options: Theme Name and Description:”You can change the name and description of your current settings if you would like to create a new theme
    theme file for sharing with others, or for you own identification.”

    If you fill that in and save the settings as .wxall and then upload again, you get the name you gave it as subtheme name.

    Have a nice weekend.

    #22097
    scrambler
    Moderator

    Good catch 🙂

    #22098
    tix
    Participant

    I was surprized myself that I found it back. 🙂

    Now struggling with  a few other things:

    1. I’ve never used page-with-posts before: How can I get rid of the headline “Category Archive” in front of the post title if you click on a post excerpt to view the post content?
    2. I get the bar under the post title on the page-with posts-excerpt, but doesn’t show on the post itself.

    Here is the test site

    #22099
    scrambler
    Moderator

    1- I don’t see a category archive label when I click on a post excerpts to access the single post page. You should only see that when you access an archive page like author or date or category.

    We can get rid of that with CUstom CSS. Add the rule below in Main Options > FOnts & Custom > Custom CSS Rule box

    .category-title-label {display:none;}

    2- How did you set the bar under the title?

    #22100
    scrambler
    Moderator

    2- I never noticed, but the post title on a single post page is actually considered the page title, so you need to check the option for a bar under page titles too

    #22101
    tix
    Participant

    Thank you for solition 1 🙂

    I’ve set the bar on the Post Specifics –> Post title options.
    Can’t have a bar under single page titles.  Maybe I can try with replacing the post title bar with a hr – but maybe not, because I also noticed the hr I entered under the first textline of the post doesn’t show on the page with posts.

    Have a nice day

    #22102
    scrambler
    Moderator

    We can add the bar manually with the rule below in Main Options > Fonts & Custom > Custom CSS Rule box

    .single-post .wrapper .page-title {border-bottom: 2px solid #461511;}

    #22103
    tix
    Participant

    Thanks scrambler !
     Have a nice day.

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