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March 30, 2013 at 6:54 pm in reply to: Magazine Theme: No Right Margin in Responsive Mode #32160
Well, I just go to the Categories under Posts – if you hover over the Category and then hover over or click View – I take the URL and add it to the Menu and it renders a separate page.
Look at this – the last one at the bottom referring to Comment Policy Box. Maybe you can use that for the line of text you want – http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/comments/#speak-your-mind.
Please post a link to your site. Are you wanting the page to be there along with the slider or just a static page without the slider?
@adssoft, you need to drag the Property Search box in to the Top Search widget area.
Have you reviewed the themes Get Started instructions? You can view them here – http://my.studiopress.com/setup/agentpress-theme/.
Open up that tab in the menu – you can rename it whatever you want. You’ll see where the page leads to. But you can change it right on the tab of the menu.
March 28, 2013 at 3:24 pm in reply to: Tips to get the best Metro Theme customization [Help Needed] #31838
SEO is much more than the search engines viewing content within the body of your blog. It reads your title, keywords you put in to the SEO settings. Before content management systems, when websites were done in HTML, the meta keywords and descriptions had to be manually entered into the theme/template. With CMS now, such as WordPress, you still need to do that.
Brian Clark of Copyblogger shared some useful information on SEO – http://www.copyblogger.com/seo-copywriting/. Take a look. There are tons of blogs and website that discuss SEO. But merely placing text on a page is not SEO.
As for Jetpack, it connects to your current WordPress.com account so that you can continue to use some of WordPress.com features that you could only enjoy if your blog were still hosted there. One of the features I’ve activated is the Enhanced Distribution where you can share your public posts and comments to search engines and other services in real-time.
The best SEO plugin I’ve seen and trending is Yoast.com. Although you don’t want to use a plugin – if you want to enhance or increase your visibility on the search engines, you will need to use one.
When you were on WordPress.com, were you using the WordPress domain name or did you have your domain name associated with your account on WordPress.com? How was that account set up?
The MAJOR reason why your blogs had such great visibility was “because” of WordPress.com itself. When you self-host, you need to do part of the work yourself. But WordPress.com has a very high visibility rate. I would suggest using the Jetpack plugin which provides additional features from your WordPress.com hosted account. This might help you also.
March 28, 2013 at 9:14 am in reply to: Production Child Theme – Looking For Video Child Theme #31755
No, I don’t. But, as I stated, you can contact Nick directly since he was the developer. I loved that format too and was disappointed when it was retired. It was a great theme.
I’ve looked at your site. Genesis SEO is a tool inside the Genesis Framework. In reviewing your site, it doesn’t appear that you are using this featured. Please take a look at Genesis > Genesis SEO under your Dashboard. Also, on each Page/Post, there is an SEO area. Are you inputting content into those SEO areas for your Pages and Posts?