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February 1, 2013 at 4:56 pm in reply to: Help with Jetpack Sharing icons on bbPress forums and Going Green child theme #17236
I’ve think I have a solution. I’ve never installed bbPress. Do you use it by adding a shortcode to a Page?
Well it’s between the plugin developers and Facebook. The Facebook share button works off of an API and FB is always changing it. I wouldn’t be too concerned with it. It has no baring on the content being shared to FB by your visitors. It’s not a WordPress issue. If you are concerned, you should post it on each of the share buttons Support pages on the repository.
Did you deactivate your other plugins?
I haven’t but I think it’s a issue that would be resolved by Facebook since it’s trying to call a function in the Facebook Connect. I use the share buttons inside the Jetpack Plugin and don’t have that problem.February 1, 2013 at 2:59 pm in reply to: Help with Jetpack Sharing icons on bbPress forums and Going Green child theme #17189
Under Settings > Sharing is bbPress listed under “Show buttons on” – if it is, make sure there is a check mark in there.
You need to click Jetpack on the left side of the Dashboard. Check to see if you still have a Green light. If not, click Connect to WordPress.com, log in and re-authorize the app. If it doesn’t start working again, you should click Support on the Jetpack plugin itself and report it there.
By any chance do you have Yoast installed? And have you tried deactivating your plugins. I see on WordPress.org support that Yoast was interfering with it working.
Check Post > Categories and see if you see numbers next to them – i.e., like there are 3 next to books or 5 next to Jazz. If you see that – click that number and tell me if it returns a blank page.
Do you mean they are not applied to your blogs or that they aren’t included in your URL? Can you possible drag the Category widget to a sidebar so we can check that out? Thanks.
After doing some research, I believe it is your Century-Gothic font because it’s not a part of Google APIs (fonts.googleapis.com). Did you upload the font from some sort of Webfont Kit to your server. I see some instructions on Myfonts.com that state to use Century Gothic:
Self-hosted Webfonts Put You In Control
MyFonts webfonts are used with the CSS @font-face rule. You’ll get a Webfont Kit that is easy to upload to your own site, or any hosting service you please.
You can use the CSS styles that we’ve put together, or fiddle and tweak until your perfectionist web designer is happy.
You can re-download webfont kits whenever you’d like, and customize lots of settings each time (if that’s what you’re into).February 1, 2013 at 8:36 am in reply to: My "home" page is not the correct layout–but all my others look correct #17052
Sorry, I had to go to bed! I am on EST and I get up early. Let me see if I can SOS someone for you.
Did you update to Genesis 1.9.1 yet? I don’t see that you did. I matched up your CSS with the demo and for some reason I cannot get your “body elements” to render in Firefox, but they do on the Demo. Just a suggestion to check out. Have a great day, I hope you can fix it.
Check #nav – remove the quote (“) from round Raleway and ad the single (‘). Same with #subnav.
Check check all of your FONT-FAMILY and make sure you are using the correct opening and closing around your font-family.
Sometimes you are missing a semi-colon after the Font-Family – go check all of your font-family coding and make sure it’s written correctly and that there is a semi-colon at the end. I’ll go check further also.January 31, 2013 at 11:09 pm in reply to: My "home" page is not the correct layout–but all my others look correct #16993
I see a third column that to the right that says “Welcome to m blog” with “Previous Posts” under it. But in the bottom dark green area I see “Pins” and “Boost Your Mood”. So am I seeing it correctly or should the Pins & Boost Your Mood be in the 3rd column?