Terri – I didn’t see it as a slam on Woo; I felt it was appropriate to open it up so that the person who was assisting the original poster could get some insight into whether the issue had been resolved.
Thanks for letting us know who assisted – it’s great to have referrals to resources who can help the StudioPress community.
Susan – I just don’t like saying negative things about anyone, or any product, that SP touts. I’ve had a few folks from the Genesis/SP team offer solutions to this problem that also didn’t work. David is, in my humble opinion, the Go To person for resolving Genesis issues, and especially for this one.
I tried to assist you Terri by asking to see the other files and setup since Sensei is a paid product and you need a product key to install it. The instructions were to add to the files structure that came inside the Sensei itself. I understand David provided you with a CSS fix but that wasn’t my goal. I was trying to do it the way of the instructions. David has helped me on one of my own projects as well as a lot of other more experienced Genesis developers.
Yes; I know you did. And I appreciated it. As I mentioned, their instructions were useless…and pointless.
I think I’ve been very fortunate over the years when it comes to All Things Genesis. Very seldom, if ever, do I need any sort of fix. Genesis — as well as all of SP’s Child Themes — always seem to work without a hitch. Unlike my personal experiences with WooStuff.
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