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In reply to: [Insert Pages] Showing all published content for post type?
If anyone comes along looking for this same functionality, I ended up finding a solution on my own. I’m using Shortcodes Ultimate now.
Google provides lengthy documentation on customization for this product, including functionality and the design. I’d start out with https://cse.google.com/cse/docs/all.
As for the ads, I believe you are correct about paying to remove them. I had forgotten that — I’ve used it with a non-profit organization, so they offer a no-ads version for free to 501(c)3 non-profits.
I’m not sure if WordPress has that sort of capability built-in or not. My suggestion would be to look at something like Google Search Console — it’s a custom search engine offered by Google that I’ve used before on my websites, and I bet you could configure it as you listed above, although I’ve never tried it.
Can you provide more information on what you’re trying to accomplish, specifically? Are you wanting to be able to search on the front end of the site, and show results from site1.com and site2.com, for example?
Sorry that didn’t work. Have you tried reaching out to Beaver Builder Support directly? It looks like they have a separate support forum available at https://www.wpbeaverbuilder.com/beaver-builder-support/. At this point, I’m not sure what else to suggest, since the visual editor they use is much different than the regular WordPress setup.
That sounds like a great option! I’d love to see that in action — do you have a link you could sent me?
When you go to edit either button, what screen shows up? From what I’ve looked at in the Beaver Builder demo, there should be some sort of settings dialog box that pops up, and the CSS classes are a field listed under the Advanced tab.
Hmm…in regards to the button alignment, it looks like the alignment is hard-coded in the CSS.
I don’t have any experience with the Beaver Builder plugin. Does it allow you to add a CSS class? If so, try adding fl-button-center in that field.
Do you use a plugin to generate this file list, or is this just created manually in a WordPress page?
I’m wondering if something has change on the webhost/server side, which forces the user to download the file. Also see https://wordpress.org/support/topic/two-types-of-links-for-pdf-view-online-or-download?replies=10#post-2173170 — do you have anything listed in your .htaccess file?
Hi there–I tried to visit your website, but it’s only showing a “Coming Soon” message, which means I can’t see the issue you’re having. Can you disable that message so I can take a look?
I was looking to do the exact same thing on one of my sites, and while I haven’t gotten it how I want it, I have come up with a workaround for now. Visit http://patrickmacdonald.net/ and click on the Porthouse Theatre link to see it in action.
The main portfolio page is at /portfolio/, but I have a filter named Porthouse Theatre with the slug porthouse, so you can see all of the items with that filter at /portfolio-filter/porthouse/.
I wish I could just have it list the thumbnails (like it does on the portfolio page) but I haven’t had any luck with that yet.
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I figured it out! I had a custom .htaccess file and I deleted that, which allowed me to login. Thank you for your help!