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Add this down at the bottom in both places of your media queries or responsive design area:
Try this plugin – see if it works for you – http://wordpress.org/plugins/social-networks-auto-poster-facebook-twitter-g/.
Ok, confused…. what are they subscribing to if you don’t want emails sent to them? If you want subscribers to receive comments on posts – the only way for them to get them is via an email.
Prose has it’s own way of saving CSS in a separate file. It is set up totally different than all of the other Studiopress child themes. You should backup regularly when you use Prose because a lot of people have lost custom CSS when they were editing. So, be sure to use the Custom CSS box that is “included” with the Prose theme to make all of your custom edits and back up your Custom CSS periodically – even if you do a copy/paste into Notpad or something.
It hasn’t been released yet. Brian Gardner is still working on it.
What content do you have in the intro section so we can target the right area?
The theme is responsive with the elements when you purchase it. As you add your own personal content, what you personally add may not be responsive. For example, your Youtube videos aren’t responsive, so my recommendation would be to use the FitVids Plugin – http://wordpress.org/plugins/fitvids-for-wordpress/.
Try the Custom Permalinks plugin – http://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-permalinks/.
If you ever want to show a post without a title – then install the Genesis Title Toggle Plugin (http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-title-toggle/). When you add a post without a title, you will see that permalink – so using the plugin – you can check the box on your post so it doesn’t show up.
To add an image to one of your widget areas – I use the Image Widget (http://wordpress.org/plugins/image-widget/). You can add an image, caption and a link to it if you need to.
It is responsive – as it comes out the box. But depending on anything extra you put in your website – you need to make sure that they are responsive. Such as the Youtube video on your home page – it’s not responsive. You can install the Fitvids Plugin so that your videos will reduce down on mobile devices. Some things will either need custom coding or possibly even a plugin to make it responsive. There’s not precise way to ensure everything you add will be responsive – but the theme itself, as you purchase it – is responsive.
If your header is larger/smaller than the predefined settings, then yes, you will have to adjust the height in CSS.
If you install Jetpack, there is a Subscription widget in there. When they sign up – each time you post a new blog, those that sign up will receive a notification in their email.
Are you making that adjustment in the top CSS or in the area of the Responsive Design/Media Queries. Make sure you are modifying the code in the media queries. If you don’t see it there, add it.
Hi, the Innov8tive (Innovative) theme is a community theme that was designed by Jessica of ThePixelista.com. She provides support for her own themes here – http://thepixelista.com/support/. You may want to post this there.