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June 27, 2013 at 8:31 pm in reply to: How do I make different headers for different pages? #48162
Ok, I misunderstood what you wrote. You mean the #header – the entire #header area not a header image. I am not sure, about the #header area. I think you would need to create customized templates and add the different #header areas to them, but don’t quote me on that. Check around over on @BradDalton‘s website (http://wpsites.net). He has a ton of code there – maybe this will be there.
There are settings in there that run like a Chron Job so what it does is… goes out and looks for NEW content and pulls that new information in. I would suggest setting up a demo and trying it out. It’s pretty neat and pulls in the featured images also.
It looks great! For your logo though, I would use the Genesis Responsive Header Plugin so that it responds – http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header.
Also, there was an issue with Modern Portfolio not displaying properly in Internet Explorer 7. Some visitors may be viewing in that late version and I am not sure if that’s important to you or not – but there has never been a fix. With that said, I would probably put something somewhere that says, “This site is best view in….” so that if any IE7 or issues come up, maybe the visitor will update their browser.
Ok, I answered your question based on what you initially asked. You didn’t mention anything about SEO so therefore, since you are using Yoast, you should probably ask them how best to configure that.
Check out Carrie Dils blog – http://www.carriedils.com/move-header-footer-genesis/948/. It might start you on the right track.
June 27, 2013 at 7:59 pm in reply to: How do I make different headers for different pages? #48152
Install and activate the Genesis Title Toggle plugin – http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-title-toggle/. Then open that page and check the box to turn the title off.
When you select static page – it is treated as the home page. So when someone goes to your domain name, the first place they will go is that home page which is the static page. You don’t have to do anything.
@joseluis6000 if you need some help along the way, feel free to use this forum or send me an email on my website. I’d be glad to help you. Good luck!
#1, you can take the images that come with the theme, create your own in the same size and put those into the CSS.
#2 Featured Story is just a title on the widget, you can change that to whatever you want.
Are you familiar with the Genesis Framework? Have you ever worked with it before?
The Adorable Theme was developed by Lindsey of Pretty Darn Cute. She has her own support system there – http://prettydarncute.com/pre-made-theme-support/. I don’t see the error on her demo. You may want to put in a Support ticket there.