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I cannot tell you what the benefits of moving from one to the other would be. But it seems you answered your own question. If you aren’t a developer and you don’t want it to take ages to custom code the PRO version, then I would just copy what you have for the one site and use it for the second site which would be much less time consuming.
What are the dimensions of your iPad (both portrait and landscape)?
You can use FTP and copy your customized theme to your desktop and just use that one over again. You can copy it to your next project and then customize it for that one.
To obtain the first version of Eleven40, go to your Download area under my.studiopress.com. You should have an additional link to retired themes and it will be there.
What is your screen resolution? I have looked using Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer 10 and your logo is appearing in three of these. The menu is fine also.
You go to the Appearance tab, under it is Menus. Make sure you have the Primary and Secondary Navigations selected.
I used to be a healthcare consultant with a large worldwide firm. My role on the team was IT liaison, nothing to do with web development which was a hobby. We did a lot of process walk-thrus… and had to chart using Visio how each piece of a puzzle worked in a business. I walked around an entire healthcare organization with an application to see how it was processed. So I understand completely about piecing together how all those elements need to work!!
For the replacing of correct URL’s – I used this plugin called Search and Replace – http://wordpress.org/plugins/search-and-replace/. It works great for me. Have you tried it?
Looks like you need to go to Appearance > Menu and activate the Primary and Secondary Navs again. Add that and then let me know and I’ll check it again. Can you put a screenshot of what you see on the iPad and on the editing page?
I like how you are taking each aspect of your development one at a time and making sure they work. Some people install everything and then their sites poop out or they get a lot of funky code going on, conflicts. I’ve seen you develop this by your posts and you are a one-step at a time person :). That’s great. I’ll look forward to the Wishlist Pay Per Post add. That should be interesting.
Well, the most important part of your statement above is: “The client however does seem happy with it.” Go with that. Our job as web developers/designers is to give the client what “they want” and not what “we want them to have” or not “our vision”. Once our job is over, the client has to then live with it and promote it. So if your client is happy – you should be happy. I like the minimalistic look of it. It’s to the point and showcases the products they want to sell. No other distracting elements or colors – straight forward and to the point.
But… what you could do… is what I do. I keep my client copy on my hosting account and I make it “better” for myself. Then, at a later date… when the newness wears off for the client – present the new mock up to them as it will be fresh for them. More than likely, they will hire you to make the change and they’ll be a happy client again.
August 31, 2013 at 9:15 am in reply to: [Outreach Showcase] Atlanta Laser Boutique & MedSpa #59902
That did come out nice. I like the color scheme a lot. Very soothing.
I remember you working on this. It came out nice. I love the colors. I see you are using WooCommerce too. I just finished client site using it. On the Shop page, my client didn’t like the yellow color on the quantities, so I added this to remove it:
Has she had any online sales thru the cart yet?
Ok, I am using Firefox and it didn’t happen for me. So maybe just monitor it more. Since you moved from Blogger to self-hosted, it may take Google a little time to catch up.
Oh! That fixed it! Thank you so much. It seems the past two days I’ve had an issue with “heights”. I need to learn more about them.