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  • justraveling 12:11 pm on April 10, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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      Threaded Comments Weta Child 

      Hi there, I’ve noticed a very strange behavior on my Weta Child Theme. Threaded comments are enabled in the settings and should be supported by Weta. I didn’t change anything related to comments from the original css/php files, except for the font family and size, but threaded comments only show correctly if made directly from the dashboard by an administrator.

      If you, as a new user, try to reply to a comment on the site, your comment will inevitably show un-nested at the bottom of the list. Is that intentional (only administrators can reply to existing comments) or it’s a bug? How can I change that, allowing threaded comments for anybody? You can test it here: http://www.justraveling.com/travel-industry/united-colors-tourism/#comments.

      Many thanks for the support.


      • Marc (Support-Team) 12:59 pm on April 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Hi Paolo,

        you are using the Jetpack comment feature. Unfortunately Weta isn’t especially prepared for it. Please ask the Jetpack support if it should be possible for guests to answer existing comments or if there are any special settings to make. Maybe you need to adjust the theme itself to support this functionality. The default WordPress comments are working as expected regarding this matter.

        Please understand that we cannot provide help for unsupported plugin features in the forum.


      • justraveling 8:01 pm on April 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Thank you, I’ll do that.



    • justraveling 6:10 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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        Weta CSS 

        Hi there, was there a change today in the Weta’s style.css? I’ve noticed that the p “intro” looks quite different. Are there any other significant updates? Thx. Paolo

        • Marc (Support-Team) 11:09 am on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Hi Paolo,

          you can get information about theme updates here: http://themeupdates.elmastudio.de

          Automatic theme updates aren’t available, so your theme’s style.css shouldn’t be changed unless someone intentionally changed it. I’d take a look at your website, to see if your style.css differs from the default or any additional code changes the text style, if you provide a link.


          • justraveling 11:52 am on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Thanks. I think it was in the font that I’m using then. It looks slightly smaller, but I actually prefer it like this. No big deal then.

      • justraveling 3:44 pm on May 2, 2016 Permalink | Unresolved
        • Ellen (Support-Team) marked this unresolved
          10:16 am on May 3, 2016

        Search results formatting 

        Hi, in the Weta Theme I’ve notice that the search results listing doesn’t look like the archive or the blog ones. In fact, the entry footer is totally different, even thougn in search.php the command is get_template_part( ‘content’ ); . Is there a simple way to make the footer look exactly the same as the others? Thx. Paolo

      • justraveling 4:43 pm on April 26, 2016 Permalink | Flag unresolved

          Filter Weta Recent Posts Front Page Widget 

          Hi, I’m creating a child theme to fully customize your beautiful Weta theme. Unfortunately I’m completely stuck with the front page customization. Basically all the Recent post widgets, no matter in which area they are, show perfectly if you don’t apply any filter, but if you put a slug they go crazy, collapsing the entire layout. I’ve spent quite some time to try to understand this very strange behaviour, but I couldn’t find an answer. I guess there must be a quick fix, cause otherwise all those widgets would show exactly the same things. Can you please help me? Thanks! Paolo

          • fmalik 9:51 am on April 27, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply


            this sounds strange!

            Maybe you have a link to the site?

            • justraveling 4:25 pm on April 27, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

              Hi malik, unfortunately it’s not published yet, but I made 3 screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/MbM2X
              The first two show what happens for two different slugs. In the first, all 4 tumbnails are not re-dimensioned and everything goes in a single vertical column. In the second, only two tumbnails are correctly positioned, just below the first two, that behave exactly like in the first case. This happen for any slug and it’s totally random.
              The third screenshot shows a fix I’ve applied, but, as you can see, the problem is that the title text inherits the justified alignment of the parent div. That was the only “working” fix I could come out with.
              I thought that the problem could depend on the title lenght, but it doesn’t. This happens even with very short titles. So the issue is in the added class for filtered articles I guess. I didn’t change the core css, nor the code, so it must be a template bug. And, as I mentioned, no issues at all for the uncategorized version of the widget.
              Do you have any idea/suggestion? Thx! Paolo

              • Marc (Support-Team) 9:29 am on May 3, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

                Hi Paolo,

                are you using any plugin feature for filtering the posts or do you use the Weta “Show only posts with the following category slug (separate multiple category slugs by comma)” field in its Recent Posts widget?


          • justraveling 4:51 pm on May 4, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Hi Marc, no I use the standard “show only post…”. BTW, I now put it live here: http://justraveling.com. As you can see, I can only use the 4 cols that I’ve formatted with css for the moment. Do you think that the the problem may be due to the bact that the filter in my case applies to posts AND pages? In that case, how could I fix it? any idea? Thx! Paolo

          • justraveling 4:50 pm on May 5, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Hi Marc, I thought I had fixed the four cols in the front page, but today I’ve published a new post for the filtered category and once again the formatting breaks, meaning that there’s no uniform distribution of the 4 cols. In fact, the first two stick together… :(

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