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March 12, 2014 at 8:27 pm in reply to: Header Right widget does not show image in Internet Explorer #94552
I see it just fine in IE. Can you provide a screenshot of what you are seeing?
Ok, so since you followed Brad’s instructions, post this issue on his blog and he will respond to you. Tell him you followed them correctly.
Step 2 says, “Create a new folder named woocommerce in the root directory of your child theme.” – Did you create the new folder in the root of your child theme?
Step 3 says, “Copy over the woocommerce.css file from the WooCommerce plugin to your child themes woocommerce folder.” – Did you copy over the woocommerce.css from the plugin to the new woocommerce file folder?
If you followed these two – then when you go to Appearance > Editor – look on the right hand side and you should have a style.css link and a link that says woocommerce.css. Do you see the woocommerce.css?March 12, 2014 at 2:22 pm in reply to: How To Get Featured Images to Display in Blog Post #94508
By default, the featured image “does not” show up in the post. Certain theme developers code it in there, but Genesis developers do not. Try this.
Yes for the short code. The CSS you are seeing is the CSS within the plugin. You can copy that into your style.css file and edit it there.
Ok, try adding a width inside the shortcode , say – width=”300″ and see if it resizes it.
You can use Firebug for Firefox to target the CSS you would like to change. Then make those changes in the style.css under the color area you wish to modify.
Thank @chalfant. I am not the most knowledgeable of help, but I try! Glad you have it worked out. I’ll have to try your hack myself.
Have you tried the Category Tinymyce plugin. It adds the capability to really customize that area.
What are some of the particulars you are looking for? I am not a coder but have worked with it enough to know who to point you to for direction and hacks. Give me a few items.