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I know i said i lost everything on my home page because of my contact page hence the instructions.. cant seem to find them in the documentation..
how do i add a split menu as shown on your demo page..
please see the attached file for reference.. also apologies if theres seem really basic questions – self taught newbie 🙂July 19, 2018 at 13:24 #1311
also while you look at this question could you please explain how to add the remainder as shown on your demo page in the widget section –
i.e. Let’s Make Dating More Human & More Simple &
Discover our awesome blog stories..
hopefully with this info i can build back up my site and you can advise.
Thanks so much!July 19, 2018 at 13:31 #1316
Those are Grimlock Custom Menu Section widgets. If you’ve only removed your widget from your pages, your menus should be intact.
Just add a new menu section widget to your page and simply select your existing menu. This should solve your issue and display sections correctly again.
However, you could also import again your widgets like you did when you first installed our demo.
All existing widgets will be ignored and missing demo widgets will be added to your homepage. You can then modify them again as you did.
It’s probably the quickest way to restore your homepage.
For more, please refer to the following post:
Best,July 20, 2018 at 12:49 #1328
This is pretty much the only one to add and maybe one other…. so don’t really want to reimport everything as it may overwrite the other widgets I have already edited if that makes sense.
This is the one on your demo where it says ‘annoyed by other social networks’
Also the one underneath that.. ‘lets make dating more human’ then I should be good..
Thank youJuly 21, 2018 at 00:08 #1330
As a matter of fact, you will end up with duplicated widgets to remove from other areas after importing them all again. So, we totally understand that you don’t want to spend time deleting those.
So, to answer your questions:
1) The brushed titles can be achieved by using the
<ins></ins>HTML tags, like mentioned in this topic:
2) The “Annoyed by Other Social Networks” is a section widget. You can achieve the same look by adding the following CSS class to your widget:
section--pattern section--align-center section--overlap section--boxed pl-0.
Finally, you will need to select the same pattern as background image and use the same background color value: rgba(255,97,98,0.98). (Please review attachment.)
3) The “Let’s Make Dating More Human & More Simple” is a custom menu section widget. Simply add one of those to your page and select the “Features – Homepage” menu to display it in your widget.
We hope that helps. ?
Best,July 23, 2018 at 12:35 #1359
How to align page widgets to float left on mobile?
I tried applying css classes
section--align-left section--align-none section--align-right
But seems like only
section--align-centreis available? Please share the correct alignment class to be used.
If not for individual widgets, then how to disable the ‘default’ mobile centering for the whole site, so that widgets inherit their natural widget format.
Example: grimlock widget layout with left content and right image would shrink to the same format on mobile – i.e. where the content does not morph into centred layout.
ThanksDecember 1, 2018 at 06:40 #3956
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