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    @TheArkLady
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    My designer said he is having trouble with the editing in Agency for my new custom theme here and I am not good enough with PHP to edit in this theme. I’ve not had issues before doing edits or fixes but the H tag structures has me a bit confused.

    Can anyone help me separate out the H1 from the H2?

    The site is going on four months late on launch and I’d really appreciate any coding assistance. I am in the backend editing now.

    There are several other issues I am trying to trouble shoot and if you have any insights, these are the other problems:

    –5-6 second load time. I am currently changing all images to Gif 72 dpi but think it is something else. The slow load was there prior to adding any plug-ins outside of genesis specific plug-ins.

    –Menu: is there any way to edit css to get the second tier to drop down to the right instead of third tier? Designer says no which I find odd.

    –CSS link codes, I also am having problems in that he has the H tags and links all the same color. A way to break this out or do you have a tutorial link–I need to try and fix them.

    –Category base removal breaks site. I like to use the Yoast SEO Plug-in but removing the category base renders 404 errors to those pages. Any work around or error you spot in the coding I can fix?

    –Not mobile optimized…any plug-in your recommend for this? I’ve been playing with several, pondering WP-Pro but if you have one to recommend, please share.

    Find my old forum posts here


    Cyber-Jungle Trailblazer at ARKtech – Taming Technology

    #27269

    Pinky
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    I think I understand what you mean about the H1 & H2

    So on your site just quickly I can see:

    [css]
    h1, h2, h2 a, h2 a:visited {
    font-size: 25px;
    }
    [/css]

    To separate it just do:

    [css]
    h1 {
    font-size: 25px;
    font-weight: bold;
    color: #432C28;
    }
    h2 {
    font-size: 20px;
    color: #a3986d;
    }
    h2 a {
    font-size: 15px;
    color: #B15557;
    }
    h2 a:visited {
    font-size: 10px;
    }
    [/css]

    … at least that’s how I do it

    The drop down – do you mean when it drops down you want the box to align with the right hand side instead of the left?  If so you can do that cause I’ve done it before – just can’t remember how at the moment… if I find it I’ll letcha know!

    Can’t help with the rest – soz


    cheers

    Pinky

    #28011

    @TheArkLady
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    Post count: 8

    Thanks for taking the time to reply. We got some of the issues solved but the H tags remain a pain. We did edit the css but they appear in another location further down in the css as well. The H4 is attached to something else so I am not supposed to edit. For the moment, we have a temporary fix but the link color and confusion has to be sorted–but after five months I just needed to get it live.

    The load time is better but still slow and the designer turned off the mobile responsiveness so I am going to have to build a mobile site as well now.

    Appreciate the reply!


    Cyber-Jungle Trailblazer at ARKtech – Taming Technology

    #28479

    Pinky
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    Post count: 95

    you can be very specific with the h tags code – any code in fact.

    eg on your home page if you wanted to change just the h2 color for the Services title you’d use this code:

    [css]
    .home-left #featured-post-4 h2 (
    color: #349ED0;
    }
    [/css]

    So that is saying it must be in .home-left, it also must be #featured-post4 and must also be h2 tag

    Also I add a custom code area to the very bottom of my style.css so it’s the code that over rides everything else in the style sheet, like this…

    [css]
    /* Customisations by me */
    .home-left #featured-post-4 h2 (
    color: #349ED0;
    }
    [/css]

    Hope that gives a little more clarity


    cheers

    Pinky

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