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The 2.0 Sample Theme is totally different than the Sample Theme for 1.8. I think what you are confusing is the framework. You only needed to update the framework from 1.8 to 2.0 – not the child theme itself.
Which theme is your original theme based on? And what are you using now?
One of their support persons is a moderator here. She will respond to your request for support on PDC.
The responsiveness would be in the style.css. So open up the theme folder on your desktop and copy the style.css over to your hosting account.
You should contact the theme developer about this. She provides her own theme support – https://prettydarncute.com/.
I sent out a tweet to see if I can get you someone with more experience. I am not proficient in what you need. Hope to see someone respond here shortly.
What browser are you using? Do you have any caching plugins installed? And… can you provide us with a screenshot of what you personally are seeing so we can see what you see?
In the widget, do you have it set to 3 or 5 right now.
It’s hard working in the blind. Can you share a link to your site so I can take a look?March 13, 2014 at 2:15 pm in reply to: Outreach – Header & Header Setting Suddenly Missing #94745
Do you still see the “support for custom headers” in the functions file?March 13, 2014 at 8:15 am in reply to: Header Right widget does not show image in Internet Explorer #94651
If you have any type of caching plugin activated, edits may not show up immediately. You would need to clear the cache in the plugin.
I see your dialogue with Brad on his post. Send me a message on my website using the Contact. I want to set up a link for you so you can share your Desktop with me remotely so I can see what you’ve done so far. Maybe I can figure it out for you.
You download the XML file to your hard drive. The go to you local WP installation, go to Tools > Import – select WordPress. It may have you download and install the WordPress Import plugin. If so do that and then Import the XML file that you just downloaded. All of your content will then show up.March 12, 2014 at 8:55 pm in reply to: Modern Blogger Pro… Image vs. user profile widget, Genesis #94559
Install the Simple Local Avatars plugin and upload your image. Or if you haven’t registered your email address with Gravatar.com you can do that and it will automatically show up on the site – and anywhere else you use the email address. Some people prefer just to upload their image to the website.