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  • After about 30+mins I just received confirmation that my email has changed. Thank you.

    SOLVED UPDATE ISSUE…
    When I reported this issue it was in relation to Theme “Make”, my solution was to remove “Make”. The next day another theme “Virtue” also required an update and the same error occurred. I performed the following to fix it.

    1) Reinstalled WordPress version 4.0 via WordPress Admin – Result successful
    2) Tried to update theme “Virtue” via “WordPress Updates” (Admin Login) – Result Unsuccessful. When clicking update the following Error shown “This page can’t be displayed”
    3) Updated my WordPress version to 4.0 from my Host – Result Successful.
    4) Tried to update theme “Virtue” via “WordPress Updates” (Admin Login) – Result Unsuccessful. When clicking update the following Error shown “This page can’t be displayed”
    5) Restored WordPress to previous version via Host – Result Successful.
    6) Tried to update theme “Virtue” via “WordPress Updates” (Admin Login) – Result Unsuccessful. When clicking update the following Error shown “This page can’t be displayed”
    7) Successfully updated Theme “Virtue” via “Appearance-Themes-Theme Details” (Admin Login). When entering “Theme Details” I Successfully updated the theme by clicking the “update” link shown in that section.

    Sorry for length but wanted to show clear path of troubleshoot, in case it assists engineers and anyone else with their own issues.

    Enjoy your day 🙂
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    I love Jetpack but I wanted to manipulate the menu showing for each level of user login access.

    The plugin you suggested is excellent, many thanks. I did not know it existed until you suggested it.

    Thanks for your help.

    Hi,
    Thank you for responding I do appreciate it 🙂
    The details:
    1) I am not a programmer but I dabble, sorry if I don’t get it the first time.
    2) The code above references menu id and in this case “adminmenu”
    3) It then hides the admin menu <div class=”wp-menu-name”>Dashboard</div>
    4) If I place “Dashboard” into the following line $restricted = array(__(‘Dashboard’)); ….it Hides the “Dashboard” from the backend menu list on the left.
    5) The problem is I want to also hide “Jetpack” menu in the same manner but when adding $restricted = array(__(‘Jetpack’)); …..the “Jetpack” menu item remains.

    I am not sure why and was wondering if you might be able to or inclined to offer any help please? I also understand that this is not your plugin and you May ask me to speak to the plugin guy and I have only just thought of this, sorry. But if you can offer any easy suggestion to fix it now, I will be very grateful.

    🙂 🙂 <—— 2 Really smiley faces

    To help you understand please see the code below.

    /**
    * Remove unwanted menus in dashboard
    */
    function remove_menus () {
    global $menu;
    $restricted = array(__(”), __(‘jetpack’));
    end ($menu);
    while (prev($menu)){
    $value = explode(‘ ‘,$menu[key($menu)][0]);
    if(in_array($value[0] != NULL?$value[0]:”” , $restricted)){unset($menu[key($menu)]);}
    }
    }
    add_action(‘admin_menu’, ‘remove_menus’);
    ?>

    Hi,
    Thanks for your response but I have since found a way by using “Adminimize” plugin. Its great and allows many things to be not shown to certain users.

    ///wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/minileven/theme/pub/minileven/style.css?ver=3.5.1

    The above file is where I need to modify the style for the mobile website? Also just to confirm, the above file is not accessible from the WordPress backend editor it has to be edited from FTP?

    I am extremely grateful for your reply, many thanks

    Or if you would like a testimonial for your website, I am happy to contribute. Testimonials are extremely valuable!

    Is there a place to give your post a star rating? This is my very first post to this forum

    I am extremely grateful–div.row {background-color: transparent;} did the trick.

    I was in the process of recreating my page so I didn’t have to use href=”http://img2.wsimg.com/fos/css/0/sales_http_20120522.css”

    Many thanks for your help and thoughtfulness

    Many thanks for being detailed you helped me locate this issue. It is not a plugin in wordpress but the line <link id=”pagecss” href=”http://img2.wsimg.com/fos/css/0/sales_http_20120522.css” rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” /> which is located on most of my pages. I just need to make or find a work around solution to solve it.

    Many Many thanks for your prompt and excellent reply.

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