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SiFR is not working properly..

  • # February 15, 2009 at 3:18 pm

    Hello, I’ve installed SiFR, but I saw that it works not properly, the text witch needs to be replaced is still here and the SiRF text is here also, so the headings are doubling. Can you help my with this problem?

    Site address: http://www.codingxhtml.com/test/Lediana/

    [attachment=0]sirf.gif[/attachment]

    # February 15, 2009 at 5:04 pm

    Your <h2> has a class of "sIFR-replaced", but as far as I can tell this class doesn’t exist anywhere in your CSS file.

    Speaking of which, I have actually never, ever, in my entire career, seen a CSS file outlined like that.

    # February 16, 2009 at 12:34 am

    I’ve never seen that… There is a <span> in there which is acting as an "alternate". Might be some kind of option you can set? Anyway, you could just target it and hide it.

    Code:
    .sIFR-alternate { display: none; }
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