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May 6, 2014 at 11:29 am in reply to: How to Remove Google+ Sharing from Bottom of Posts? #103861
Enabling Google Authorship has nothing to do with adding G+ sharing buttons on your site.
No, and the reason is that child themes do not get upgraded. Stay where you are.
Note we have no built in caching in our themes. If you;re making changes t the right css file, there’s nothing in Genesis to prevent it from showing up on your site.
“I submitted a ticket and now have to wait from 24 – 48 hours!”
Just for clarification – this is the *maximum wait time, not the average.
Also note this is the community forum, not official support. I did see you got your issue resolved though.
Then the live preview feature is removing the widgets. Let WordPress.org know in the forums.
The widgets screen has an “inactive widgets” holding area where the widgets you last used are kept.
Erin is correct – actually delivering the email is not a theme function. Talk to your web host.
No. It is not the theme.
URLS are created by WordPress itself. Please check your permalink settings and your plugins.
You need to replace the one in the child theme folder. You can verify it;s done right by viewing the HTML source of the page.
The child themes do not get upgrade notices .You are not expected to update them if we push put a new version.
April 27, 2014 at 7:59 am in reply to: Adding dividing line with text between widget areas #102571
That’s what the tags are for.
Also – Nick does not monitor this forum. I just happened to catch this while cleaning out spam.
THe plugins are hosted at WordPress.org and this have a support forums attached for each, as required by WordPress.org. (not a fan of that bit, but there you are.. I’d rather support them all in one place.)
You’d be better off posting in the WordPress.org forums, as gravatars are used by default in WordPress and not theme specific.
You need to hire a developer to build you a custom widget.
Browser issue with IE. you have to click right on the edge of the images. Yes we know and yes it will be fixed.
Nick is the author of GFWA and he’s asked people to submit patches on github to help out, even with testing. So far, no one has, despite interest.