Genesis 2.0 breaking things

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  • #54646

    IanP
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    I’m sure I’ll get my head around this change soon, but Genesis 2.0 has broken a header on one website that I manage. I ran the child theme (Outreach) CSS through a Genesis XHTML To HTML5 CSS Converter, and then implemented the
    // Enable HTML5 markup add_theme_support( 'html5' );
    in the functions.php, but it is totally broken after doing this.
    I’m not sure if what I’m doing is right or wrong however. I’m just reading what information is out there on changing to Genesis 2.0.

    I’ve just spent the last 30mins rolling back to 1.9 and for the time being, I’ll be sticking with it.

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    #54747

    RobG
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    There’s more to enabling HTML5 for your themes, here’s StudioPress tutorial that will give you some insight
    http://www.studiopress.com/news/genesis-2-0-resources.htm


    To speed up the process please post the link to the website in question.

    We recommend using Firebug to view source codes http://getfirebug.com/

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    #54757

    ekelley
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    Have the same problem with Release 2.0 but no problems with 2.0 beta and Release Candidates.

    #54808

    IanP
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    Thanks RobG but that doesn’t help. It is not laid out in an easy to implement format so it’s next useless to me.

    http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/updating-child-themes-to-html5/

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    #54840

    RobG
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    If you enabled Enable HTML5 markup, just remove it from your function.php and everything will return to normal, but! if you started to change your style.css codings then you will need to complete the change over or uploade a new copy of your old backup copy style.css file style.css.

    There’s more to converting over to the new HTML5 format and it will require some time to change the elements with in your style.css file.


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    #54847

    IanP
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    Support helped me with this and my header issue (on two websites) is now solved.

    I took a look at your site and it appears that you are using CSS to add your logo. Since you’re using CSS, I would suggest removing the custom header function from your functions.php file.

    Remove this:
    /** Add support for custom header */
    add_theme_support( ‘genesis-custom-header’, array(
    ‘width’ => 1060,
    ‘height’ => 120
    ) );

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