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April 15, 2014 at 9:34 am in reply to: Genesis responsive slider – grey,white border arround images #100478
Issue seems resolved.
Please remember for questions pertaining to core product, you can file a help desk ticket.
Search form results are core WordPress. Any search form filters we have are for the text on the search box.
If you want something added official, you need to file a support ticket. We do not monitor the forums on a regualr basis – mainly I’m here to clean up spam.
Please contact the plugin author for support for their plugin.
The arrows are done with anchor links.
April 14, 2014 at 5:57 am in reply to: Creating Child theme identical to Genesis parent theme #100154
Use the Sample child themes that was included with Genesis. It’s in your downloads area.
“What I was trying to do, is if a page is called (http://www.gpi-ca.com/?page_id=4), I just wanted to know if I could open a file up and copy that text. ”
Just copy the text off the screen by highlighting it with your mouse?
OR… edit the page itself and copy the text from the post entry box.
Content in WordPress is not stored in the files – it is stored in the database.
“I have it set up for All Taxonomies and I am including specific pages.”
Remove the settings for specific page IDs. They are cancelling each other out.
Multisite allows you to have multiple blogs in one install, but they are separate sites. Probably overkill for just two.
It gives two login areas.
April 13, 2014 at 12:18 pm in reply to: Can't decide between third party theme vs. studio press theme #100068
The Foodie theme uses a Recipe plugin that is free. It can be added to any WordPress theme.
The foodie theme does have templates that have customized the archive display, but as Brad said above – when yu have a bunch of themes, you can just mix & match the code.
April 13, 2014 at 12:13 pm in reply to: responsive design / media queries: max width -vs- min width #100066
If you need official answers, you need to file a support ticket.
By default WordPress and themes show the newest post first.
If it is not, it’s either marked as a sticky post in the post settings, or a plugin is forcing it.
Niether of those you need a coder for.
until they’ve had time to collate the data from using everyone else’s websites as guinea pigs to work out the bugs
They have been – which is why they decided to do auto-updates for minor versions.