I am using Executive theme. Installed Genesis Simple Edits plugin and it screwed up Blog page design. However when I deactivate the plugin it still does not show the post correctly. Could you please advise how to fix it? I tried to reset settings on Genesis Simple Edits plugin but it didn’t work.
Please open below screenshots showing different results at different settings of the plugin.
My website http://easyfreight.co.nz/blog/
This Executive Theme demo – http://demo.studiopress.com/executive/templates/blog/
Unfortunately, when I go to your blog page – I am not seeing the same thing as your images. There isn’t a title or any meta data present other than Leave a Comment.
Happens on my site too:
Formatting of the post info is messed up and the title is changed.
Tried deactivating which kind of fixes it but then the post content ends up being right next to the post info. Will post back if I figure out a fix if someone else doesn’t.
Ok, so after modifying the plugin, function.php and all sorts of other things I came to only one fix:
First: Delete or Deactivate the Simple Edits plugin.
Then go to Appearance > Editor and at the very bottom add this:
For whatever reason the plugin gets rid of the “clear:both;” part after it is deactivated.
Hopefully they fix this conflict.
Have to edit the footer manually to get the credits, etc right.
Link to the footer instructions: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/footer/
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