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That’s going to take a bit of work to achieve given that the plugin wasn’t designed to be used in that fashion. However, I did a client project a year ago and used this free Car Dealer plugin and it was pretty easy to use. I used it with an older Studiopress theme and it worked just fine.
Well on this one – http://ourcollective.org/ourcollective – I am on a PC using Firefox and I see it distorted. Also that way in Chrome. I compared the CSS and couldn’t find an issue there, but there’s a lot of code. Try copying over the front-page.php back to your server. Maybe something is out of whack on there.
Send it to me. It’s 12:18 EST. I’ll be here all day, so just drop me a note when you are ready.
Go to my website and send me a note. I’ll give you instructions what to do so I can see your screen from here.
That’s the problem – you need to check the box for discussion and comments to show up on the Pages – check those boxes.
January 20, 2014 at 10:21 am in reply to: wGenesis child theme for copyblogger.com or studiopress.com websites? #86109
They aren’t based on any one of the themes. They did custom designs for their brand.
It would require some testing but I think it’s doable. I’ve been turning things on and off in the Media Queries area. So in your media queries you could use say, use Display: none; for the #nav-primary and then add a custom menu UNDER the Featured Story in the same menu – display it in media queries, but do Display: none; in the desktop view.
That site is not viewable. What theme are you using? Are you using the AgentPress theme? Also, images need to be somewhat uniform. You cannot take a 300×300 image and use it in the slider. The slider will indeed crop an image but it needs to be equal to or larger than 590×300. If not, the image will not appear properly. If you are showcasing homes, it’s best, in my opinion, to crop your image at 590×300 and use that for your featured image to make sure it looks good in the slider.
Can you just post a link? Maybe upload to Dropbox or use Media in your dashboard? You can delete it after I see it.
So then let me go back to my other question – “When you are on the Page, go up to Screen Options and click it. See if the Discussion and Comments have been checked off.” Check this area on a Page, not a Post. Can you open a page in edit mode, click Screen Options and give me a screenshot of what that looks like?
January 20, 2014 at 8:03 am in reply to: How do you change fonts for the Eleven40 Pro theme? #86090
Yes, you would do that, but if you aren’t that familiar with editing the file – you could use the WP Google Fonts plugin and select your fonts that way. This is helpful for people who don’t like to touch code.
January 20, 2014 at 7:25 am in reply to: Enterprise Pro theme – some .js tricks not working correctly #86086
At the very top, you will see a drop down. Click that and select Resolved.
Typically you use the settings under Genesis > Theme Settings to set the Global features for the comments – turn them on or off of pages and posts. If you turn them off, you still have the ability to turn them on. So you said in the Discussion and Comment section of Screen Options there “was not” a check in the box. You did not state whether you put a check mark in them. Did you? This will make the boxes show up on the pages and posts so you can do them individually.