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April 6, 2013 at 10:09 am in reply to: How to Remove Grey Horizontal Bar Below Second Navigation on Magazine Theme #33485
I see you are using Dynamik. I am using the same plugin and it isn’t working like yours. Your icons are opening in the same window, versus mine that open up into new tabs. The settings in your’s appears to be that in a setting related to links and visits, i.e., when you click a like and have visited that page already – it stays highlighted. I would suggest checking your Dynamik settings.
The Genesis Responsive Slider has it’s own support area on WordPress.org – http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/genesis-responsive-slider. You probably would get a faster response there.
April 5, 2013 at 4:05 pm in reply to: Making header, nav bar and footer span across width of screen #33378
Here’s a good tutorial from Carrie Dils. Please note the pink area below the image of the tag where she says she did some re-working. Hope this helps.
April 5, 2013 at 3:44 pm in reply to: Making header, nav bar and footer span across width of screen #33373
Yes, remove them from #Wrap. Also, it took along time for you site to load for me. Not sure if it’s the background image or the slider.
The problem with the buttons the way you added them is in one paragraph. It looks like one sentence because of the word “eller” in between. What you could try to do is use column classes for three columns and place one button in one column, the word eller in another, and the last button into the third column.
Please provide a link to your website so I can take a look. Be sure to have an image in that space prior to adding the link. I’ll need to see it in place.
The first think I see is that the two images you have side by side – are in Tables. Tables will not response. You need to use Column Classes and place the content into two columns. You can do that by using these instructions – http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/content-column-classes/. What buttons are you referring to? I don’t see any.
It’s been a week or so but I tried it and when the site renders on mobile – there is a huge white block on the right side where the content is not showing. Do I need to remove the Viewport code out of there?
Hi Maggie, you can accomplish this by using one of the Responsive Themes. You can set the home page to be full width with the navigation. If you want to have a few pages, and a collapsible menu to look more like an mobile app, but is merely a responsive them, try the Generate theme. This might be a good one to use for small businesses.
One solution to this I found is to “rename the home.php file to home.old” and the home will render the blogs in one single column.