Yes. I found the issue. I use LazyLoader on all my installs to help WP installs load faster with lots of images. Apparently the iPad cant handle the LazyLoader although iPhone can….weird. Not liking the iPad AT ALL as of yet! Disabling the LazyLoader allows the images to appear.
Why can I only see the first post images in Wordpress on an iPad? I can see the other post just fine, but only images from the first post. What the heck?
I’m having a heck of a time with a WP import. I’ve done more than I can count without a hitch, but on this particular server I’m working on, when I try to import the xml file it is being changed to have a .txt after the entire file name. This would be fine if my post didn’t include images, but my media library is showing empty after the import because obviously the attachments cannot be imported via a text file. Any idea why this particular server environment would be adding the .txt to the end of the xml file?
I have tried uploading the xml file directly using FTP and there is no problems, however, I cannot choose a file on the server to run the import from using the built in WP importer, only a file on my machine.
Awesome! Thanks for all of the replies guys. I think I will try each of these options and see what fit best for me.
Can’t believe this wasn’t included with Coda though. Hopefully this issue will be addressed and an upgrade added into future releases.
So, I finally downloaded Coda and am really liking it so far, but can’t figure out how to live edit CSS ? I’m use to using web developer toolbar for FF and watching all my CSS styles take effect immediately so I can see whats happening live. Is this do-able in Coda? I see where I can create a split view, but it just splits the code into two sides. If I live preview my CSS via the button, I just see the code on a white bg. All of my css files are linked properly in the html file as well.
Anyone out there use Coda?
edit – I am editing these files locally on my mac
Try this. Just BEFORE you end your body tag, place this small line of code
Works for me in IE8 . This will prevent the second of the text not being replaced.
If this does not work, you could always temporarily hide everything you’re going to replace, but the above solution should yield you the results your looking for.
You can do this with any theme or any other site.
Simple add the
property to your CSS .
I’m looking for a Magento developer to integrate my HTML /CSS into Magento. Was working with another developer, but they flaked on me. Would like to get this done as soon as possible. Design and HTML /CSS is done. Budget for this project is $750 USD . Would like to get it done this week. Please be able to provide work samples.
Thank you Mark and Drew. Somehow when I looked over the asset library I skipped over the part about the screen shots because I saw, audio/video related stuff above it. Thanks again!