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Did you know you can use CSS for styling? The heading tags are used to structure the page. Not for styling purposes. It's a very bad practice.
No, no. For example - testimonials - the name is h3 and the title is h4. Why? It's not a section heading or anything similar. It doesn't need to be a heading. Actually it can't even be a heading, it's misleading and it's destroying the page structure.
Or icon-content icon-title is h4. Why?
Can you tell when will be available the next update with this option?
Thank you.1 year, 9 months ago in reply to: Change product heading tag on product archive pages #26694
It works, thank you.1 year, 9 months ago in reply to: Remove entry-thumbnail_overlay from blog posts on blog archive page #26693
It works, thank you.
I understand, thank you.
Sorry, I'm talking about mobile view. It's definitely still broken.
1. thank you, found it
2. There are two identical elements in the page source code. This is a video (38 seconds) of them and where to find it. If I look for woocommerce-mini-cart cart_list product_list_widget scrollbar-inner there's two of them on the page.1 year, 9 months ago in reply to: Remove entry-thumbnail_overlay from blog posts on blog archive page #26673
Yes, we want to remove just the black overlay. Thank you.
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Is this change going to be permanent even after Yolo Bestruct Framework plugin updates?1 year, 9 months ago in reply to: Change blog article heading tag on blog archive page #26671
Thank you, works good in the child theme.1 year, 9 months ago in reply to: Change product heading tag on product archive pages #26670
it works when I change the tag in the document you provided, but it doesn't work if I make a copy of the document in my child theme. How can I make it work in the child theme, so the change won't be overwritten in the future?
I solved both of it.
The exact same issue is with single product pages - the breadcrumbs are h1 and also the product title is h1.
How to change the breadcrumb to something else?
I found it, thank you.