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  • Michael C
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    Did you disable the element again? If so, please leave it enabled and check if the warning still shows (it shouldn’t).

    Michael C
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    Hi,

    Go to Global Options > Avada Builder Elements – Icon Element and check what is set for Border Radius. It sounds like an invalid value is set there. If you fill in the 4 border radius inputs it should stop the warning.

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    Michael C
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    Hi,

    Sorry about that, the filter will be available in 7.5, which hasn’t been released yet. It should be out soon though and then the code will work.

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    Michael C
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    Hi,

    We do have a filter for this mechanism. The first parameter is the unique filename, the second is the original filename. Adding something like the following to a child theme should return the original instead:

    add_filter( 'awb_forms_upload_file_name', 'original_file_name', 10, 2 );
    function original_file_name( $unique, $filename ) {
    	return $filename;
    }

    Please note though. Depending on what you are allowing to be uploaded this could prevent a security issue. Since the person uploading will know the filename as stored on the server.

    Michael C
    Keymaster
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    Hi,

    The name there should be written GET variable with capitals. Since it is referring to https://www.php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.get.php. It terms of usage that means checking for a variable in the current address and hiding or showing.

    Eg you could have a URL such as https://avada.theme-fusion.com/?reference=facebook. But you link people from different sources with different values. Based on that you then show different content. You would check for GET variable reference.

    Note though, ACF and custom fields will be added to the list for 7.5.

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    Michael C
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    If the UI toolbar is blinking, it sounds like it might be the browser and CSS filters. Alternatively, it could be position absolute content overlaying. If it is either of those, you can click the preferences icon in the top toolbar of the live editor and find options. In there you can then turn off Enable Transparent Header & Absolute Containers and Enable Preview for Filter Options to see if either of those are the problem.

    Michael C
    Keymaster
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    Hi Dominik,

    I suggest watching this video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEVKyLuykVA. The title may not seem to be all that similar, but it talks about how to use ACF to add custom fields and build layouts using them. The same process can be used to build what you are looking for.

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    Michael C
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    Hi onetouch,

    It depends on what you are wanting to show. The layout section there with the 3 images is designed to be shared with the same images for the products. The actual product main image and gallery is displayed on the right (in the demo content case products only have 1 image).

    If you want to show the product gallery somewhere else on the product layout section and not just within the Woo Product Images element then you can insert a gallery or image carousel element. Then on the general tab with the bulk image upload, click the dynamic data icon and select Woo Gallery. That will then use the product gallery images.  So you can replace the nested columns with a gallery for example (and set border radius on the gallery to your choosing).

     

     

    Alternatively, if you don’t want to use the product gallery images and instead just want to manually set the 3 images for each product then you can move this part out of the layout section and instead into the product content. To do that, copy the nested columns and paste it into the individual product content. Then delete the nested columns from the layout section and replace the Woo Short Description element in the layout section with the Content element. That will then pull in the full content from the individual products. Which means you are free to add whatever images into the single product content without having a separate layout for each.

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    Michael C
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    Hi,

    The warning is a bit over the top there. It just means it will replace the current layout section content with the content of the prebuilt you have selected. Which if its a new layout section means it will be overwriting nothing. Also it doesn’t automatically save so even if you wanted to check it out by importing you could do so then not save the changes. Also if you did save, depending on your host you would have WP revisions to restore older content. So all in all, should not be much to worry about here.

    It doesn’t impact content on any other page/layout section than what you are currently editing.

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    Michael C
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    Hi Guys,

    If you are on 7.4+ you can send separate emails or perform additional actions via a form submission hook. Simple example taking an email_address field from submission and sending an email to that address – https://gist.github.com/mikka23/990f8c7b0a1d1365eb4ed77e1f40e937

    Alternatively, you should be able to set up an auto-reponder in your email client and ensure the reply-to on the email is the submission email by using the placeholder.

    Michael C
    Keymaster
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    Hi,

    If you want advice, post a link to the website. Screenshots of results demonstrate nothing without being able to check the content and setup. If you post a link then you can get advice regarding the content. Options in 7.4 need to be configured, it not just a case of updating and expecting to get scores in the 90s.

    One big thing to mention is that LCP is based on content and server. You need to identify what the LCP is and then optimize the load for that. In the case of an image that means setting to skip lazy load, generating critical CSS to preload the image and deferring what else you can. You can find a video explaining parts of this – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1SA6D_PLWA. Optimizing the LCP is not an automatic process.

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    Michael C
    Keymaster
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    Hi,

    Are you on 7.4? Multiple IDs should be resolved in 7.4 https://theme-fusion.com/documentation/avada/installation-maintenance/avada-changelog/

    Note, you have grandfathered support, so if you need help you can submit a ticket – https://theme-fusion.com/support/submit-a-ticket/

    thanks

    Michael C
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    Hi Crescendo

    You have grandfathered support. If you open a ticket our support staff can check this out for you. https://theme-fusion.com/support/submit-a-ticket/. So far I haven’t seen any other reports regarding form entries and 7.4.

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    Michael C
    Keymaster
    Post count: 518

    Hi,

    It sounds like you probably have older cached JS files mixed with new. Please do the following:

    • Ensure Avada Core and Avada Builder have both been updated
    • Turn on the JS compiler in the Avada Global options.
    • Clear browser cache and any other plugins cache you have running.
    Michael C
    Keymaster
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    If you click the refresh it will pull in new data from Envato and validate the support.  You should see that on the my account page and also on the submit ticket page.

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