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Well, it also depends on the operating system and the monitor size and resolution. I’ve had that problem looking on a really old computer with a really, really old monitor. Unfortunately, theme developers are coding for the more recent browsers and monitor sizes as well as new computers.
They all have three column formats – it’s the sidebar-content-sidebar layout – http://demo.studiopress.com/magazine/layouts/scs/. It’s not a template – it’s a layout.
As I suggested previously, did you add the larger monitor size to your media queries section and add the appropriate CSS?
It’s located in your dashboard somewhere under your plugins and dashboard navigation.
If you go to the Category – open it in Edit mode. Scroll down and look for this:
You can add in a Customer Header Text and then you have a description area. You can put HTML inside that box. Try that and if it works, it will eliminate the need for a plugin or some other code.
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You need to put in a support ticket with Jetpack regarding Photon. They respond pretty quickly. Provide them with your website url and include the contents of this post. From what I see here, there is no way to clear the cache on Photon, but they can remove the images for you.
If it were me… and I don’t code… but I hack code, I would actually start out with the Outreach theme and start there. That’s just my personal starting point because I see elements of what you shared already in Outreach, they would just need customizing to suit your individual need. A “real front end coder”… might think differently.
Do you want them to be snippets with read more links and thumbnail. You can do that by adding that Category to your Navigation under the Menu system.
April 27, 2014 at 10:29 am in reply to: Streamline: Featured Pages Thumbnails on static Homepage #102605
Check out this post here. It may be more than you need but you can certainly leave out those parts you don’t want. See if it will work for you. Although that’s for the Jane theme, you should be able to use it for your theme.
April 26, 2014 at 11:35 am in reply to: Can I set/edit a default link for an image in media lib? #102471
I’ve used that on individual images. So I am not sure what you read – but if you install it and then look at an individual image – you will see “Gallery Image” and where to place the URL. You don’t have to have a gallery for that to work. They probably should change that name on there.
That’s about all I have. Maybe someone else has a better way.
Well, it looks fine. If you are going to use affiliate marketing to promote products such as you have on the View Our Themes link which contains your affiliate link – you need to review the FTC’s Revised Endorsement Guidelines where it applies to affiliate marketing. You have “Our Partners” at the bottom. Have you actually partnered with those businesses? Or are those businesses that you just like to work with? You want to make sure that you are wording and representing who you are and what you do properly.