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  • any suggestions ?


    any solutions please ?

    thanks @mercime
    actually I was using this .

    and it was creating the problem , now after I removed this line , its all ok ….

    but the other problem I mentioned about unable to change the default-header.jpg image from the default.css #header , it still persist …

    can you please show me some light ?

    thank for the suggestion but I actually want a solution for these problem, later will be thinking about supporting browsers …
    is there anybody to actually provide some help in these issue ?
    I’m testing this in localhost ..

    Kindly have a look into this topic, please

    any help would be fine , please

    can anyone help please ?

    please have a look
    thank you

    @LPH2005 Thanks a lot for your quick response ….

    I went through the’s write-up on .. Its nice….

    But a step-by-step guide to implement jquery parallax on buddypress-default theme like techboise would be great

    note: as I couldn’t understand how a single jpg file would do such thing (as only one jpg image is address in the css) when yellowboxstudio’s wrtie-up say the concept of 4 layers

    for me its loading great , don’t what the issue , but this site has one of the beautiful theme on the platform of buddypress default theme …

    any clue please ?

    yes now I understand a bit
    A lot of thanks to you @hnla :)

    :) Thanks

    Yes atlast … Thanks a lot @hnla and also @rogercoathup :)

    function cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar() {

    if(defined( ‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’ ) || $bp->doing_admin_bar == false) ?>

    body {padding-top:0;}
    if (!is_user_logged_in())
    add_action( ‘wp_head’, ‘cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar’ );

    but One stupid question :
    what is the difference between `!is_user_logged_in()` and `is_user_logged_in()` ?

    I tried this but it didn’t worked , same thing is happening , Sorry :(
    function cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar() {

    if(defined( ‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’ ) || $bp->doing_admin_bar == false && !is_user_logged_in()) ?>

    body {padding-top:0;}
    add_action( ‘wp_head’, ‘cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar’ );

    Thank I’ll try and get back to you

    @hnla , @rogercoathup : One thing I donot understand (surrendering that I am a novice) , the snippet suggest that `if user is logged in then the condition is to padd 0px` , but what is need according. to the scenario is `if a user id logged out the padd 0 px , else padd 25 px`
    isn’t it ?

    function cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar() {
    if (is_user_logged_in())
    body {padding-top:25;}

    else(defined( ‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’ ) || $bp->doing_admin_bar = false) ?>

    body {padding-top:0;}
    add_action( ‘wp_head’, ‘cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar’ );

    could it be like this ? I have not tested as I think it has some syntax error

    @hnla : Ok! but nothing to say sorry , Your tried to help me a lot , Thanks :)

    @hnla: :) Thanks :) … but I had tried … , yet I tried once again … but in vain , I am pasteing the code

    `function cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar() {
    if(defined( ‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’ ) || $bp->doing_admin_bar = false && !is_user_logged_in()) ?>

    body {padding-top:0;}
    add_action( ‘wp_head’, ‘cancel_header_padding_for_no_adminbar’ );`

    this is what I tried :( , but with no luck

    With this function , with or without the && !is_user_logged_in() thing, padding is gone for everybody(logged in and logged out user both)

    @rogercoathup : Thanks for the suggestion I will try to start learning , Everything has a first time :) , actually I’m very much uncomfortable :)

    Hello ! I need help ?

    @hnla : are you there ? Please help me with the code snippet , I am not comfortable with code , Please

    @hnla : would you kindly give the complete snippet here , as I’m not comfortable with codes :)

    Is it happening in case of multiple web-browsers ?

    as it happen with my demo install , the solution was , I restarted the browser and everything turn ok ….
    also updating the browser or delete browser cache can solve the problem , If its related to browser ?

    @hnla : Thanks , It works , but

    as I mentioned in the other thread ( ) , this will only work flawlessly if and only if adminbar is disabled completely by the define statement /define (‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’, TRUE)/

    but incase of adminbar display disabled only for non loggedin users, if we use this ” padding off ” thing then a loggedin user will see some display glitch , same in the picture

    check the logo area in the right and the ‘profile’ and ‘view pages’link area in the left in the image link

    p.s. I cannot paste any code snippet correctly here , how to do that ?

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