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Here’s issues I’m having with Hotel Pro (Stay Here). My url is:
Issue #1 – My logo doesn’t resize on iPad when the iPad is turned in landscape view. The logo covers the BOOK NOW link in menu.
Issue #2 – In Section 1 – I have 3 pictures of hotels. If you click on the pictures, it will link you to the appropriate page. I want to be able to link the text underneath each picture as well.
Issue #3 – In Section 3 – How can I have it pull posts from a specific Category? Default code has this:
[area class=”hold-3box”][recentposts show=”3″][/area][/column_content]
Issue #4 – On each PAGE underneath the Logo is the menu path. For instance on this page: http://stayinatlanticcity.com/hotels-casinos/
It shows the menu path of: Home / HOTELS & CASINOS
This path causes all the content and right side bar to be lower by like 1″. The free version doesn’t have this. I would like to remove this menu path, so that the page content and sidebar can be brought up closer to the main menu
Issue #5 – The text in my right sidebar widget for Booking.com is showing in all CAPS. I want the text to show in lowercase, except or the first letter. In the free version, it was showing in lowercase.
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All your issues was resolved from our end except 3rd one. You can not assign specific category in the shortcode.
Kindly check and confirm.
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