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Maybe this will help you – http://genesistutorials.com/creating-a-custom-template-in-genesis/.
That is why I suggested using the Database Optimizer. It will go in there and clean out a lot of stuff you don’t need and will “refresh” the database so it’s pulling the information properly.
February 6, 2013 at 7:25 am in reply to: How to load pictures with WP-Cycle – Crystal Theme #18421
Look for this in Style.css: – the margins need to be changed.
margin: 0 0 15px 15px;
replace this with this:
margin: 0 2px 10px;
February 6, 2013 at 7:09 am in reply to: Working with a static home page with the Minimum Child Theme #18418
I am confused by what you want. What areas of the current Home.php file don’t you like? If you want to modify or create a custom home page, use your FTP file manager and go to your theme folder. Make a copy of the current home.php file then re-name the current one to “home-old”. Then you can use new file and cut out what parts of it you don’t want and add in what you do want.
Thank you David! I know exactly what to do with it and will be trying it out on the demo site I use to play with code. I knew there would another way to do what I wrote! I always wondered what those number were for and now I know. Thanks again.
You did go back and remove those two lines right? Make sure you remove those. If you aren’t married to the share buttons being at the bottom – remove that one line of code and place it in the genesis_before_post_content and they will appear at the top under the Title & Meta.
I think because you are using Disqus – it’s not recognizing that I had in there to place it above the comment section. So let’s try this – go to Genesis Simple Hooks, remove it from where you added it and then locate this box – genesis_after_post_content and place the code there. Let’s see what happens.
My brain hurts!!!! I already knew how to get the Jetpack share buttons to appear at the top of the posts and then I saw this posting. Again, my brain hurts! I found this…. so to keep you from having to figure it all out – I wrote out the instructions and they do work. I did it on my demo site.
Go to Plugins > Editor
At the top right, click the drop down arrow and select Jetpack by WordPress.com
On the right you will see the plugin files. Look for jetpack/modules/sharedaddy.php – click it.
Then look for jetpack/modules/sharedaddy/sharing-service.php and click it.
On the main screen – scroll all the way to the very bottom and look for the following code and DELETE them – then save:
[php]add_filter( ‘the_excerpt’, ‘sharing_display’, 19 );
add_filter( ‘the_content’, ‘sharing_display’, 19 );[/php]
Install and activate the Genesis Simple Hooks Plugin
Then go to Genesis > Genesis Simple Hooks on the menu
Look for genesis_before_comments under the Comment List Hooks
Put this in that box:
[php]<!–?php echo sharing_display(); ?–>[/php]
Click the Execute PHP on this hook box then Save your changes
The share buttons are now above the comments and your Pages are above the Share buttons.
I repeat, my brain hurts! LMBO!
Hi Kent, I have a Grammy Award winning artist as a client and the one thing we decided NOT to do – is to combine everything into the one website – at least house everything – but use widgets, etc. to integrate. The reason being is that if the site ever went down – so would the ability to sell music. If selling music is a top priority – I would look at the other options your client could use that could easily be integrated into WordPress such as Nimbit, Reverbnation, Bandcamp. They offer ways to integrate the shopping carts, stream music and probably can track sales and download much better. The other thing about housing your own music – you have to make sure you have a great host and be very secure to make sure the MP3s cannot be downloaded. We started out on one host and next thing I knew – I did a Google search and the ENTIRE CD was on pirated websites. We had to shut them all down.
I think Brian Gardners Welcome Widget code would work better which spans the width of the screen – http://www.briangardner.com/welcome-text-widget/.
Go to the Genesis Settings, scroll down and look for Category and put the Category ID of those in there.
Update: It’s actually under Blog Page – Exclude the following Category IDs.
Well in your original statement you said, “rate/rank different developers based on service and support.” Which means developers could be ranked poorly. I just don’t think this is the place for that. If SP decides to do it, that’s fine. But I don’t thinks is appropriate to have that on here. That’s just my opinion. Maybe others will feel differently.
Oh! Sorry I scrolled past it. Try adding this to the bottom of your Style.css file. You can modify it as needed:
It looks like you’ve change you code. Can you provide a link to your website so we can look at what you have. We cannot do it from an image. Thanks.