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That actually explains a lot. For recurring packages, is there a way to make the language clearer for things “cancel” instead of “delete”? And is there a way to make a “renew” button for listing that have expired?
I ended up getting this resolved I believe.
I have configured those settings and tried it both as a draft or as expired, and neither seems to affect the post at all. I’ve also run the “check expired” tool several times. We seem to just have several listings that don’t care what the expiration settings are.
It made it work on GD pages on desktop, but broke it on all other pages of the site.
Unfortunately that code makes the mobile menu not work, and causes the sticky header to not work at all.
I’ve attached a screenshot. The header stays fixed to the top, but the GD elements go above it.
Any update on this?
That seems to have helped. Is there a reason for the media query? The issue happens on mobile too. That CSS helped with the sizing, but the sticky header is still staying behind the page. I assume it is a Z-index issue, but I’m not sure how to assign a z-index to the archive pages.
It is the same header. It is edited in the backend under Divi > Theme Builder > Global Header. It works on pages with GD shortcodes, but not on any of the archive pages.
I’m not entirely sure what that means or how to do that
Well for most of these we think that they are setup correctly. It’s possible that they aren’t, but we aren’t sure what is wrong that is causing them to get the expiring emails or show as overdue.
So if we are using the Stripe payment gateway, is there a way for us to make it so it doesn’t send the expiring emails if they have auto-billing turned on? And what about the ones that show as “overdue” or “expired” even when the listings has been paid for and renewed?