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I have the Sample loaded in two demos and don’t experience that. Could it be that you are local? Can you possibly install the theme on your hosting account just to see if it still does the same thing?
I noticed something similar on one of my themes but it was plugin related. Have you deactivated your plugins to see if continues to do that?
Your widget will contain different fields based on the newsletter service provider you are using, i.e., Constant Contact, MailChimp, AWeber, etc.
December 19, 2013 at 7:01 am in reply to: Outreach Theme – Additional Widget Area on Homepage with Primary Sidebar #80174
Let me ask this first – is there any particular reason why you aren’t using the original home page to accomplish this? If you are building a new home page, you should create a new file – maybe call it front-page.php and customize your home page. You could copy the home page, rename it front-page and customize that to what you need.
Log in here http://my.studiopress.com/help/ – and send them a message.
Brad has a tutorial here on how to create a landing page template.
Looking at your site, it looks like your WordPress installation is running on ASP and not PHP – http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/nleephotos.com/wordpress/ (Click tab Website Details). I’d also check with your hosting company about this.
This might be helpful. It’s a blog by Yoast pertaining to Schema.org & Genesis 2.0 – http://yoast.com/schema-org-genesis-2-0/.
I see you got it all worked out. You did a great job. Love the colors. The borders make it stand out nicely.
If you change your theme to the default WordPress theme, do you still have the same problem. I used Reveal IDs and I don’t have that problem.
By default, if you don’t add anything to the widget areas, it will show your blog on the home page. But, it won’t show the comment or author boxes. You’d have to add code to the functions.php file probably for that or directly in the home.php file. Using a static home page still will not give the comment or author boxes on the front page. I am looking to see if I can find a tutorial for you.
No problem. Did you add it via a plugin or did you manually add it to the post? It looks like it’s part of a paragraph. Check the plugin settings to see if there is a height in there.
There currently isn’t a theme like Production in the marketplace (at least I haven’t seen one). But the Production theme uses the Genesis Media Project so you could add this and customize it to whatever theme you are using.