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Change Avada Column Order on Mobile with CSS

Mobile First CSS /** * Fix the Staggered Problem for Mobile Stacking Order * * This is a mobile-first approach. */ @media all and (min-width: 767px) { #reverse-cols1 .fusion-builder-row.fusion-row { display: flex !important; flex-flow: wrap; flex-direction: row-reverse; } } You’ll need the rest of the tutorial with screenshots at the link below, thank you @Marklchavez, …

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Avada Compatibility Update For WordPress 5.6

Compatibility with WordPress is at the center of every theme and plugin developer’s mandate, and here at ThemeFusion, this is no different. We consistently advocate via social media and our support channels for all Avada users to ensure that their theme and plugins are kept up to date at all times. WordPress 5.6 And […]

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How to Fix the ‘Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted for Security Reasons’ WordPress Error

If you encounter the “Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted for Security Reasons” error when trying to upload a file to the WordPress Media Library, be rest assured that it’s there for a good reason, and is easy to fix. In this article, we will explain why this restriction occurs. We will list various […]

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Change Image Rollover font size and line height in Avada theme

If you would like to change the rollover font-size and line-height in a portfolio grid here’s how with a little CSS. Log into WordPress > Avada > Theme Options > Custom CSS Copy the CSS below into the “Custom CSS” field and click “Save”: fusion-rollover-title { font-size: 44px !important; line-height: whatever; } And if you …

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Avada Theme How To Set A Custom Permalink For Portfolio Posts

To set a custom permalink structure for portfolio posts, go to the “portfolio” tab in theme options and enter your custom slug in the “Portfolio Slug” field. Just make sure its not the same name as your portfolio. So if your portfolio page is called “portfolio”, your slug could be “portfolio-items”. Once you insert the …

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