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Maybe post this over on the support for the plugin. I see Ron Rennick is pretty good at responding to inquiries there. You might get a faster response as they don’t visit here often.
September 15, 2013 at 6:17 pm in reply to: How do I make a Video Thumbnail container Responsive? #62733
You should probably review the plugin support page and ask there.
September 15, 2013 at 1:29 pm in reply to: Sidebar Widgets not Responsive – New Installation (Metro Pro Theme) #62660
Responsiveness is not an exact science. I see you changed your SITE-CONTAINER to 100% versus the original Metro Demo which is a max-width of 1140px. When you modify your code you need to also make the same adjustments Media Queries at the bottom of your style sheet. Look for this and make your adjustments to the code under there as necessary.
You could also use Brad Dalton’s instructions here – http://wpsites.net/web-design/add-featured-widgets-to-genesis-2-0-sample-themes-home-page/. You might need to change the hook location but this adds a widget area where you would use the Featured Posts widget and select the number of posts you want to show up, i.e., 3, 6, 9.
Desktop meaning a regular computer… desktop computer, traditional laptop – not a mobile device like cell phones, ipads, tablets, Kindles. On your home page – you have a background image – http://www.oovar.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/oovarbackground.png – it’s not responsive. Then when I visit the page you provided above, the header image is different.
If you activated the plugin and you put the header sizes in there – they are not being seen. I still see the original header.
There are various mobile sizes. For you particular website, I would use Nick’s Genesis Responsive Header – just follow the instructions – http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header.
What you might want to consider is developing a different header that is similar to the desktop version but will work with his plugin.
It’s because your header image is too large. The size of is is 1903px wide by 164px tall.
On the plugin itself it states this – “Finally, if you’re comfortable with code you can use the be_title_toggle_post_types filter to change the post types this applies to (it only applies to pages by default).” I sent a Tweet out to Bill Erickson the developer of the plugin and he validated that you can use the be_title_toggle_post_types filter and it will work.
I use Bill Erickson’s Title Toggle all the time. There is a default setting to turn the titles off on everything or you can do it on a per page/post basis. Try this – http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-title-toggle/.
September 13, 2013 at 8:20 pm in reply to: How to Disable all Responsive Aspects of the Agency Child Theme #62444
You know, if you use Firefox – it has a built in mobile tester. You just hit Ctrl+Shift+M and you can test out mobile response on a lot of different sizes. I love it. Someone on here showed me how to use it. It comes in handy.
Create a page and with the title Blog and select the Blog Template and save it. Then add that page to the menu.
I think this is the one you want – http://filezilla.en.softonic.com/mac. Click the Green button on the left.
Ahhh you are using the “beast”…. PROSE! You may want to check your Prose settings to locate that information.