I don’t really understand why all this fuss
The rules are clear for everyone and if it really makes difference if you receive a day or two after the 15th, you should look at the calendar and plan your life/payments so that you don’t have any money issues.
I just visited envetv link and those errors aren’t there anymore, but I don’t know if he’s using another slider. Ask him how he solved his issue…
Your page has the following errors:
Uncaught TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method 'cycle' slideshow.js:19
Uncaught TypeError: Property '$' of object [object Window] is not a function main.js:4
Uncaught TypeError: Property '$' of object [object Window] is not a function jquery.nivo.slider.pack.js:15
You should now try to find out the reason (googling these errors is a good start) and contacting the author is always the best solution.
The suggestion of infuse01 is also good for debugging.
I believe the responsive trend is probably here to stay, but it has to pass the test of time. Keep in mind that a lot of mobile devices are getting larger screens now and mobile browsers are built to adapt (zoom) to show sites. That leads to questions about the future of responsive designs. What happens when a device can track eye movement for scrolling and possibly even zooming. Ok, we’re not there yet but I’m playing devils advocate here.
We have to develop themes for today, not for tomorrow. If a client wants the website to render perfectly on all devices we should make it responsive. Also if devices are getting larger screens that’s great, because we have more space to give wings to our creativity, but in the meantime we have to work with what we have.
maybe he wants to see half naked men ?
I knew this was going to end this way
I mean most of the off topic things reaaalllly go off topic, but let’s keep things in a polite manner. Anyway, jokes apart, I would like to know what kind of imagery do people like to see on themes.
Something like this:
jQuery('#nav-main li a').each(function(index)
The important thing to retain here is to pass only the event_link value to jQuery only when viewing that custom post type pages.