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[resolved] Broke!! (5 posts)

  1. kraket3
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm using the Responsive theme and this latest update of Symposium completely DESTROYED my setup on my site.

    Language files can't be used for some strange reason.

    I've been forced to remove the panel because it seemed broken and took up the entire bottom of the page with all the panel options.

    The forum styles are also gone and i can't find a way to get it back, now it just looks like a series of lines written in plain text.

    And ALL the other pages look weird and are not reacting well at all with the theme.

    This is not nice at all for my visitors. What. The. Hell.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-symposium/

  2. simon.goodchild
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Sorry kraket3...

    For this language issue this will be fixed in the next release (including nightly builds/release candidates), however you should be able to fix yourself. If you edit default-constants.php in the WPS plugin folder, on the line that includes if ( !defined('WPS_TEXT_DOMAIN') ) change define('WPS_TEXT_DOMAIN', 'symposium'); to define('WPS_TEXT_DOMAIN', 'wp-symposium');

    The styles is odd - do you maintain your own stylesheet for your site? If so, I suspect this is to do with not using the correct DIV ID/Classes that have been updated to use a more standard prefix. Alternatively, the new version of the wps.css (and minimized version) may be cached - do you use any caching plugins, and have you tried a hard browser refresh?

    Finally - so we can keep all support in one place, would you mind using the WPS forum? We have a new support engineer (Robert) who monitors the forum, and you will get a much better response there so we can sort this out for you.

  3. kraket3
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Absolutely, and thank you for the language fix, it worked perfectly!

  4. robertd62
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Glad we were able to help you.

    Vist us at http://www.wpsymposium.com

  5. simon.goodchild
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Marked as resolved.

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