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Are you using Chrome? There is a font sizing issue discussed and remedied here.
Do you want that to stick at the bottom of just the home page or every page. Do you want it full width like the footer? If so you’d have to pull that out of the container area. It’s a little bit of work and you’ll need to make sure it’s responding properly on mobile devices.
You cannot export or import but you can copy all of the codes and template files from Magazine over to Executive.April 25, 2014 at 2:40 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102372
Let me send out a tweet on this. Put it back in the init.php so it shows up.April 25, 2014 at 2:36 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102370
Add that code to the Custom box and let’s see if it works. On the Prose 1.5 announcement it states “we also created a Custom Code page, which is where custom CSS and custom functions can be placed. “April 25, 2014 at 2:30 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102368
Change before_post_box to after_post_boxApril 25, 2014 at 2:29 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102366
Drag an actual widget in there, not just text.April 25, 2014 at 2:18 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102364
Turn Minify off and any other caching. Clear the cache.April 25, 2014 at 2:15 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102362
Can you give me a link so I can take a look at the site and code?April 25, 2014 at 2:01 pm in reply to: Prose: full width area after sidebar on home page? #102359
Brad has a tutorial on this. See if this works for you.
But… change the genesis_before_content_sidebar_wrap to genesis_after_content_sidebar_wrap. And you can change the slider text to whatever you want.
You will need quite a bit modified to do that. The content area in all of the layouts will need to be adjusted as well as your responsive area. If you need customization service on that, I’d be happy to assist you. Send me a note on my website.
Not a saint, but an former old school secretary – proofread, proofread, proofread! And, I used to be an analyst! For the listings, check your listings archive template or if you have a single listings page. It could be there. If not, one other shot would be the functions.
As a matter of fact, check all of the font-families and make sure the apostrophes are correct.
I think I might have found the little booger! Look for this in your style sheet:
font-family: ‘Droid Serif’, arial, serif;
Change out the “apostrophes” so it looks like this:
font-family: 'Droid Serif', arial, serif;
I used a diff checker and the only thing I see is that these are in the style sheet incorrectly.
Wes is very familiar with Studiopress themes. and can provide you with that coding. Again Epik is a third party theme and each developer has their own coding style. Most of the people who area assisting on here don’t have access to Epik’s code. He would be the best person to ask for that level of detail.