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Well, I can at least state the two that disappointed me the most – Rocket Theme and Elegant Themes. Neither one of them offer any sort of updates without renewing your subscription. Also, if you have a “defective” theme and you ask for support they either give you grief or take forever to respond. If the theme I paid money for doesn’t work because a code was not properly incorporated into the theme, I shouldn’t be treated like I killed someone to get them to provide the fix. I’ll never spend money with either of them again and won’t refer them either. Oh and YooThemes look great, but they are awful in trying to configure and their documentation is not good either.
No, each page or post can be set to whatever layout you choose. To globally change the entire site you would need to go to Genesis > Settings and do it in the Layout there.
I second Brad’s suggestion. I know where you’re going with this… you want all the bells & whistles right out the box without having to do a lot of customization. But the thing about say, Elegant Themes or themes on Themeforest… is that you can tell who is using those. I can go to a website and clearly identify “who” or “what” was used to develop that site or it was “custom” designed. If you look at the showcase, there are plenty of examples of websites that have been developed with SP/Genesis and you really can’t tell because of how they have been customized. I really haven’t seen another “framework” developer that can compete with SP/Genesis. The other one’s I’ve tried, don’t keep up to date with the frameworks, aren’t interactive with their customers and most importantly – their support sucks!
When you did the Export did it export in XML format? I know, even though that’s WordPress.com, that Digg-like theme is pretty old!
Oh, I see. I have to check that out. I know Brian had a Pinterest-like theme in the works… I saw it on the net, but it’s not there now. I loved it and have been waiting for it.
I agree with the search. I know certain things are in here – but they don’t show up when I search. By the way, I found this a while ago and tried it on my test site and it works. The only thing I didn’t like was that the page was pretty ugly.. and I couldn’t figure out how to style it.
February 8, 2013 at 1:05 pm in reply to: how to change slideshow widget to home-top-right in Metric theme? #18995
If you go to the demo, there is a full width layout in there already. If it’s not, you should put in a support ticket.