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  • #4277
    Manhal Adam
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    Hello,

    My slider’s path seems to have changed, I think because i renamed the title of the page that it is linked to. I’m not sure how to adjust this though. I receive the following message when trying to edit the slider:

    Notice: map_meta_cap was called incorrectly. The post type Kripdom_slider is not registered, so it may not be reliable to check the capability “edit_post” against a post of that type. Please see Debugging_in_wordpress for more information. (this message was added in version 4.4.0) ….

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.

    #4281

    Hi Manhal,

    Please provide us some screenshot of your issue to review the issue to fix.

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

    #4282
    Manhal Adam
    Participant

    http://genxyzhosting.com/wp-content/uploads/image.png

    #4284

    Please confirm us, did you edit any theme code?

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

    #4285
    Manhal Adam
    Participant

    I only changed some code on the WHMCS-Template Header file. Does that affect the sliders? Please let me know thanks.

    #4286

    That does not affect the sliders if you have changed some code on the WHMCS-Template Header file.

    In this issue, please remove and reinstall the kripdom-core plugin to fix the issue.

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

    #4287
    Manhal Adam
    Participant

    Can you please provide me with instructions on how to do that? I know I can deactivate and delete the plugin, but I don’t see it in the plugin search for re-installation. When I initially uploaded the theme, the plugin came with it and all I had to do was activate it. I’m afraid I won’t know how to install it again if I delete it now.

    Awaiting your response.
    Thanks!

    #4288

    Please don’t be afraid because the kripdom-core plugin already in the packaged with the theme.

    You will get the plugin in the Appearance -> Install Plugins in the Dashboard after deactivated and removed the plugin.

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

    #4292
    Manhal Adam
    Participant

    I am now getting the following message:
    screenshot

    #4297

    Please provide your wp-admin access using our Envato Market (themeforest) profile contact form https://themeforest.net/user/themelooks#contact (screenshot as reference http://prntscr.com/gkmr2r ) including this support topic link as a reference to review the issue to fix.

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

    #4298

    Hi Manhal,

    We have reviewed your website and we didn’t get any issue. Please check out the screenshot as a reference http://prntscr.com/kfl66m It’s can be your domain or browser cache issue. Please clear all of your domain and browser caches.

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

    #4301
    Manhal Adam
    Participant

    I have done that and it still shows the same thing. Did you check the slider edit option on the admin panel??

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by Manhal Adam.
    #4311

    Could you please describe us with details (step by step) when you are getting this error message? Because we didn’t get any error in your wp-admin and the slider edit option work fine as it should work http://prntscr.com/kg0uf6

    Please Note: The slider is a custom slider. So, it will not edit with Visual Composer.

    Best Regards,
    ThemeLooks Support Team

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