Palju õnne sünnipäevaks, Envato!
I found that if you change the “.badge-exposer” class from display: block; to display: inline; or lose the display property altogether, then it works and the badges do not disappear.
Unfortunately, I still do not know what is causing the problem in the first place.
I somehow stumbled on a very odd little error. This was discovered on Windows 7 with latest Chrome.Best regards,
We have just pushed out an update to our badges .
I have had a quick test in latest Chrome on Windows 7 and do not have this problem. Let me know if you are still experiencing this issue.Thanks, Rowan
Unfortunately the problem hasn’t gone away. I’ll try to see what is causing that.
All the best,
I’m Kris, almost 23, and live in Pärnu, Estonia. Basically started freelancing when I went to high school and have done it ever since. I have so many different interests, which has lead me to not going to university, because a) I can’t decide what to study and b) I really don’t have the opportunity also.
I have taught myself piano, 3D modelling, web design & coding and I have also played football for the last 15 years.
I still live with my parents (hence the opportunity), but this should change, as I have been here for far too long and not really committing myself to Themeforest.
You have to have the plugins author permission to use it in a theme. Usually they have their terms listed on their items page, but better to contact them and have an official answer.
All the best,
simonswiss saidThanks for pointing this out to us, simonswiss! We are updating the logo in the menu right now
Maybe you forgot to change the logo in the mobile menu?
Maybe you could also check this out. This could drive traffic away…
Just to let you know that an error occurred, when i tried to visit http://market.envato.com