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  • You’d need to apply your own customizations either with a plugin or custom code.

    Here is a quick search in youtube about the topic.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wp+multisite+allow+registration

    Hey @mrpress01

    WordPress itself allows to create sites in the frontend. You can allow that from your network admin by enabling the “Both sites and user accounts can be registered.” option under “Registration Settings” on

    Mysite > Network Admin > Settings

    Regards,

    Olá @skapa

    Eu creio que voçê pode vender seus ingressos de teatro com o plugin WooCommerce.

    Pesquise-lo no Google.

    Tanya, Paul. How are you, guys?

    Sorry for not being able to respond promptly. I’ve been busy with work.

    I’ll be going through all your recent messages and provide you with the respective answers.

    Kind Regards,
    – Juan José

    Paul.

    In the javascript code you pasted are some misspellings with the apostrophes and double quote when setting BODY var FontFamily to “Roboto”.

    Check it out.

    Another way you may try is by using “Use Any Font” plugin.

    Let me know

    Hey @jwgreen1976.

    As you describe it, it looks like you need to add custom URL endpoints in WordPress in order for WordPress to differentiate your custom parameters from system permalinks.

    I came across with this issue while on development of a plugin that needs to catch some parameters from URLs too.

    Here are a few resources that helped me a lot:

    The WordPress Rewrite API

    A (Mostly) complete guide to the WordPress rewrite API – By Christopher Davis

    Endpoints: A little secret for URL manipulation in WordPress – By John Beales

    Hope that helps!

    Hi, @plop_suey.

    Welcome to the WordPress support forums.

    Checking your loop function, you’ll need to add ‘category_name’ to your $args array.

    The ‘category_name’ parameter works with the Category slug not the actual name.

    So if your category is called: “Potato Chips” it would be like this:

      $args = array(
            'post_type'      => 'project',
            'posts_per_page' => 12,
            'post_status'    => 'publish',
            'category_name'  => 'potato-chips',
            'paged'          => get_query_var( 'paged' )
        );

    Hope that helps!

    Hi Tanya!

    Yes, it could be related to a conflict with jQuery.

    As you describe it, it looks like there’re different plugins including jQuery at the same time, creating a redundance.

    I’d advice you to deactivate all plugins and check if this works. In case it works, activate them gradually one by one until you find the culprit.

    Also, try switching to a default WordPress Theme like Twenty Seventeen to rule out a theme conflict.

    Look forward to your response.

    Paul,

    To select all headings, do the following procedure:

    Replace this code:

    function change_headings_font_style(){
    echo '
    window.onload = function(){
    var heading1 = document.getElementsByTagName("h1");
        heading1[0].style.fontFamily = "Verdana,sans-serif";
    }';
    }
    
    add_action('wp_footer','change_headings_font_style');

    With this:

    function change_headings_font_style(){
    echo '
    window.onload = function(){
    var headings = document.querySelectorAll("h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6");
        headings[0].style.fontFamily = "Verdana,sans-serif";
    }';
    }
    
    add_action('wp_footer','change_headings_font_style');

    In regards of your second question, the way we are integrating fonts in here is by injecting them directly into the frontend by CSS. By selecting all Headings, I’m guess it will affect the backend too (I’m not 100% sure though).

    Let me know

    Hi, Paul.

    Awesome, man. You rock!

    Let’s say you want to modify all H1 elemtns. To cater to them specifically, check out this code:

    function change_headings_font_style(){
    echo '
    window.onload = function(){
    var heading1 = document.getElementsByTagName("h1");
        heading1[0].style.fontFamily = "Verdana,sans-serif";
    }';
    }
    
    add_action('wp_footer','change_headings_font_style');

    Let me know what do you think

    Hi @paulbarrett1952.

    Even though essentially is the same issue, the main reason for ask you to create a separate ticket is to abide by the forum rules. (Nothing personal).

    Secondly, it allows us to track easily each issue separately and a is easier for people to find the issue in the future.

    I hope to count on you for this.

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    Hi, @tanyakorteling.

    You can apply the javascript code within your functions.php file.

    First and foremost, please make a backup clone of your functions.php file and keep it in your PC desktop.

    Then, in your WordPress Dashboard go to Appearance > Editor. Locate the functions.php file in the right hand sidebar.

    In the functions.php file, go to the last line and do two line breaks. Add the code as follows:

    function change_body_font_to_verdana(){
    echo '
    window.onload = function(){
    var body = document.getElementsByTagName("BODY");
        body[0].style.fontFamily = "Verdana,sans-serif";
    }';
    }
    
    add_action('wp_footer','change_body_font_to_verdana');

    I applied it on your site from the Chrome Inspector console and it worked just nice.

    Let me know if that works for you.

    Hi, @thecarew.

    Sometimes there are server-side issues that prevent from receiving the confirmation email.

    There are two things you can do:

    1) Contact your hosting provider in regards of server-side issues related to sending emails and how to solve them.

    2) You can just modify the email address directly into the database.

    Hope that helps!

    Tanya.

    It would be good if you created a new post without changing the font to see the behaviour.

    On my end I see the custom CSS, and if I disable it through the inspector, the font changes. That’s why I insisted on this.

    Another thing you could try is by programmatically changing the font using javascript. Here’s a small function that could help you achieve that:

    window.onload = function(){
    var body = document.getElementsByTagName("BODY");
        body[0].style.fontFamily = "Verdana,sans-serif";
    }

    I’d advice you remove the custom CSS in case you want to try the javascript way, to make sure if it produces any changes.

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    @paulbarrett1952 Thanks for reporting your issue.

    I’d advice you to create a separate thread explaining this issue, in order to respect Tanya’s thread and follow the forum guidelines.

    Thanks!

    Hi, @tanyakorteling.

    On my end I can see your site’s font using “Verdana” font family.

    In fact, inspecting your site I can see your custom Additional CSS added to your code.

    Clear your browser cache and / or other navigation data and try again.

    Trying from a different browser / computer may help. You can also try with a Private Navigation Tab or Incognito Mode.

    Hope that helps

    Hi, @humbleopinion.

    Do you have a backup of your SQL Database file?

    If so, you’ll need to create a new database in your new server phpmyadmin interface, upload your SQL Database backup file.

    Then, you need to connect your WordPress installation with your newly created database.

    Hope that helps!

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