- fabsmartinsMarch 05, 2020 @ 1:00 pm
when I am viewing the website on Chrome or Opera the text colos within the buttons is the same as the color of the button and I am unable to change that.
When I view it on Safari, the text is a different color.
Also, on some pages the button is the correct color, in others is it just gray…
Can you please help?
FabsMoove AgencyMarch 06, 2020 @ 9:18 am
Thanks for using our plugins.
Could you please check the branding tab in GDPR Cookie Compliance, and update your primary colour to:
Hope this helps.fabsmartinsMarch 06, 2020 @ 10:07 am
Hi my pamar color is already that one…
my secondary is
i continue to experience the same problems on different browsers.
thanksfabsmartinsMarch 06, 2020 @ 10:09 am
color of button = #C0C0C0Moove AgencyMarch 06, 2020 @ 10:16 am
Could you try to purge all the caches in your site?
It seems the assets are loaded from “siteground-optimizer-assets” these are outdated.
Hope this helpsfabsmartinsMarch 06, 2020 @ 10:58 am
I cleared all local cache and all cPanel caches and I am still having the same issue…
on some pages I have the correct color, on others i do not. for example:
https://kpipartners.com.br/loja/ —- correct colors
https://kpipartners.com.br —- incorrect colors.
this behavior has been observed since plungin install and clearing caches has not changed the behavior.
It seems that the pages that use Thrive Themes’ Thrive Architect to payout the page gives rise to this issue….
FabsMoove AgencyMarch 17, 2020 @ 8:58 am
Apologises for the late reply on this.
We just checked your site and it seems the inline styles are not loaded on your homepage. If you can see the rest of your pages, the buttons are working properly, the primary and secondary colours and other branding elements are looking good. However, on your homepage, somehow the inline scripts are not injected. Please speak to your developer to check the home template for you, it should be some restriction or missing wp_head function.
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