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HTML% is the new HTML coding standard. That is all.
It makes no difference in how you edit the theme files.
This looks resolved because the issue only shows up on window sizes between responsive break points.
(ie, non standard)
Are you using multisite? If so, it’s a known issue.
So you want to filter regular categories.
April 8, 2014 at 3:43 pm in reply to: Lifestyle Responsive- Remove lower half responsiveness #99194
You can’t have only part of the site be responsive.
Please file a help desk ticket if you have issues with Genesis upgrades. Also provide more information if you do.
Choose the default layout in the Genesis Settings.
Use the plugin settings for areas you wish to show differently.
April 8, 2014 at 3:37 pm in reply to: Urgent help needed – How to add different Nav Menu items to Footer area?? #99188
Taken care of in help desk. The footer menu does not allow drop downs.
The pictures that are used in the admin area have no relation to how the theme looks when activated. Some themes have a screenshot of how it looks. Those two do not.
They are just branding images.
Get your web host to check error logs and ask about the php allocation for your account.
When I set up the blog page, even though I tell it to only pull from category: -blog, it pulls all posts. Not a big deal as having the events on the blog page works out. The problem is now I want to create an events page, where every time a post is made for an event (in the category – events)
On the Genesis settings page to exclude a category from the blog posts page fill in the CATEGORY ID.
This is a number, not a name.
bit confused as basically saying i dont want to buy a theme but want to create a site from scratch. if this is a case is genesis still best rather than creating it from basic wordpress?
Basic WordPress still needs an activate theme. You cannot have a WordPress site with no theme.