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May 2, 2014 at 6:57 am in reply to: PHP Upgrade causing issues to site and Genesis Simple Sidebars #103312
Yes, it is – but you should ask your host if there is an option to downgrade to the original PHP and also not to automatically update your PHP versions. You should do that on your own. Go to your hosting account and you should be able to switch back to the previous version as this new PHP version could also cause you problems with other things. But the option to downgrade to what you were on before should still be in your control panel.May 2, 2014 at 6:54 am in reply to: Sridhar's Agency Pro Featured Posts into Centric Pro #103309
My role is not to go and do that level of research Sridhar. If *you* take the time to write it, then I would assume you would support any questions that might come with it. Why would *you* expect *me* to do that. I volunteer my time here for the Studiopress themes and the code that comes with those themes. My role is not to volunteer to support code that *you* wrote and decided to share with others.
I never discouraged anyone from asking anything here – I stated that if you decide to use code from someone else, on their own website – you should contact that person *first* before posting here. *You* wrote the code and know it better than *we* do.
Again, I have *volunteered* my time to support Studiopress and their themes and some of the third party themes. I didn’t volunteer to provide support for *your* code on *your* website.
Well, there isn’t any one place that provides reviews and ratings. I think Studiopress might have done that on purpose. It’s hard to measure “what is good” for everyone. What I might consider to be an excellent theme and easy to work with, another person may think it’s terrible and not user-friendly. A broad range of people purchase themes – noobie bloggers, people transitioning or migrating from blogger to WordPress, or from Thesis to Genesis Framework, new developers, intermediate developers, etc., etc. So given that – you would get a varying sample of reviews and ratings – that might make your decision even harder.
The third-party theme developers that are promoted through Studiopress – all of them provide support for their own themes on their websites. You can visit their websites and put in a support ticket or ask for customized service. I’ve been working with Studiopress themes and third party themes for over three years now. I only had an issue with 1 third party developer and they are not promoted on Studiopress.
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Go to Menus. Select Links. In the URL put the pound sign (#), and then give it Name, then add it to your navigation. Add your other pages under in. It will not be clickable on the nav.
Are your sites on the same hosting account? Also, PDCD provides their own support here.April 29, 2014 at 5:33 am in reply to: What's the Social plugin does Studiopress blog use ? #102881
That is their own plugin – they created it. Everyone has been wanting it. I guess at some point they are going to release it but haven’t yet.April 29, 2014 at 5:20 am in reply to: Streamline: Featured Pages Thumbnails on static Homepage #102880
Yes, it works. Just copy and paste that at the very bottom of the functions.php file. Now, there are references to the Nav (Prev and Next) where that showed up in unstyled text). I removed that code from two areas in the code so the numbers would show up styled at the bottom. http://awesomescreenshot.com/03c2q7sac0
Well, I was going to say, you could use a custom menu and set your layout to sidebar-content. Drag over a custom menu and that’s that.
Unfortunately not. But you can use Firebug or another web developer tool to assist you with that.
Disable your plugins to see if you have the same problem.
What size is your logo?
You need to take that code and apply it to mobile size in the media queries/mobile responsive CSS. Do not modify it at the top of the CSS. That’s why that is happening.
Studiopress doesn’t provide PSD files. Ambiance Pro isn’t using any graphics that would require PSD’s anyway. The images you see in the demo are images that they paid for via stock photo websites and they are not included with the themes.
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.