First - navigate to your page or post (edit more). Then go to the top of the page and find Screen options Make sure you have the Discussion activated. Then, on your page find the box and uncheck the "Allow comments" and "Allow trackbacks and pingbacks on this page". That should hide the comment box. You can check the screenshots below.
Hello, If you need help and you want to see how to create a homepage with VideoTouch - you'll need to see this videos: See part 1 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQ1ABH9gj-k and part 2 of the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IA2Qm2AFQVg Let us know if you need help with anything or there is something is not clear. Thank you!
Here is a video for installing the demo data. http://youtu.be/F-GoQXIqBs4 If you get blank pages, you just have to click the "Toggle Layout Builder" button and update the page. If the category ID's do not match, you'll also need to re-add the categories for the post listing elements. Hope that is helpful for you all. If you have questions, write us on our help desk.
To get your ThemeForest purchase key follow these steps: OR check the one below:http://i.imgur.com/5OtIznB.gif Thank you.
Dear customer, Please check the documentation page before you submit a ticket. You can find the documentation files here: http://touchsize.com/fontana-doc Also, check out the tutorial video: http://youtu.be/svEIM6CHY2E
Some of our clients were asking why we are not using builders like Visual Composer, Elementor or any other one. First of all, we are not big fans of third party plugins as lots of times they tend to be not very reliable and secure. Yes, we've said it. Security of data and information is one of the most important things that we deliver to our clients, and relying on other plugins that we are not responsible for is risky. Examples Visual Composer XSS Vulnerability Revolution slider XSS Vulnerability Yes, maybe some of you say that these are big plugins, very popular and maintained over the time. Yes, we agree that these are quite nice plugins and some people are accustomed to them. Our drag and drop builder experience is very similar to the one of these plugins, but being an in-house built system we can make sure it uses the best practices, load times are better and sometimes the user experience is better.
Yes, in most cases they don't. Video ads can run automatically on every desktop machine (on every desktop browser). On desktop, there is no restrictions in HTML5 autoplaying video. So, everything works as expected. You click play and preroll starts to play before the “main” video. Unfortunately, this is not the case on mobile and can’t be changed. Autoplaying HTML5 video is not possible on mobile devices. When you are on mobile device, you need (as user) interact with mobile device (which triggers touch event), and once the touch event is triggered, than player can autoplay all ads. But, first, user must interact 1 time, as we said. The iPhone has own embedded player and does not allow HTML5 video to play in custom player, so every time user need to manually click (touch) play to play the video, and close to exit the video. Any custom modifications to the player will not bring workaround because of mobile browsers restrictions and Apple restrictions (due to cellular use, mostly because when users browsing on mobile most of them don’t want to start downloading video on page load).
It's a question a lot of users seem to problem with. Unfortunately iOS devices record videos into a format that is not supported by the majority of the browsers: .MOV Most browser can play .MP4 files though. In order to convert any video from MOV (or any other format) to MP4 (like YouTube, vimeo, etc do) you'll need a server video library installed (like ffmpeg) which requires more resources. Our themes will not convert and do not have any conversion code inside as 95% of the customers do not have these servers and options installed. Here is a list of the video formats supported by browsers. The Video tag only supports certain filetypes. The .MOV container uses the Quicktime codec which is proprietary Apple software and is not on the list of Media formats supported by the HTML audio and video elements. Browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc) did not include these codecs as they would need to pay Apple for this. Apple is not a very open company and for now they leave a lot of users with no choice. Hopefully we'll have updates on this soon and we'll be able to run MOV files in the browsers. Till then, we'll have to convert our videos manually or upload them to websites as YouTube and use embeds and URLs from them.
Video autoplay is when a video begins playing automatically. If this is enabled on the page, clicking on the link to it from a laptop or desktop will cause the video to begin playing as soon as the page is loaded. This creates a seamless, easy experience for the viewer. With a mobile device, however, the viewer has to take an additional step. He has to activate the video itself before it will play. Just loading the page won’t do the trick. And here is the question: Videos can autoplay on desktop but why can you not get them to autoplay on mobile websites when the page loads? The reason that video autoplay doesn’t work is simple. The feature is deliberately disabled in both iOS and Android for mobile devices. The developers intentionally disable autoplay on mobile devices in order to protect user’s bandwidth, to save mobile users money. Many data providers charge based on the amount of data consumed, so the OS developers decided it was in the best interest of the user to not have a video automatically begin playing when the page loaded so it would not start racking up data charges. Instead mobile web videos require the user to click them to start. Autoplay is disabled to keep the user from being charged for a video he doesn’t want to watch. Video preload is disabled for the same reason. In Safari on iOS (for all devices, including iPad), where the user may be on a cellular network and be charged per data unit, preload and autoplay are disabled. No data is loaded until the user initiates it. iOS not only prevents autoplay but also preloading the video until the user initiates it. Android has disabled autoplay in versions 4.1+. This is not ideal for users, since it makes video slower to load and play even when the user is on a wi-fi connection rather than a mobile phone plan. On the other hand, users would probably complain a lot more about being billed for data that they didn’t want to download or use. So, video autoplay is disabled deliberately on mobile devices to save consumers money. It has an obvious benefit for users, but advertisers also like it due to the fact that since the user initates the starting of the video they are most likely choosing to view it or paying attention to it.
While executing new functions in WordPress, we face different types of problems and warning signs numerous times. Most of the time, it is very hard to trace the error messages and address every bugs. In order to find a solution to these, we need to use a debugger. Luckily, WordPress comes with a default debugger system titled ‘WP_DEBUG.’ WordPress codex defines this feature as a PHP constant which can turn on the debug mode for the platform. You can learn more here . While enabling WP_DEBUG is important in development, you may have some non-fatal errors and warnings that you can’t avoid for whatever reason that you don’t want to displayed to all of your visitors. Also, there may be errors and warning that you are not aware of as you never triggered them, but your site’s visitors are seeing. For these reasons it’s important to keep in mind that WP_DEBUG should not be used on a live site. While it’s a useful feature during development, it can be dangerous on a live site because text in the PHP notices can reveal details about your code, paths and other information to visitors to your site. Evil minded people could take advantage of these things and try to hack your website.