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Well in your original statement you said, “rate/rank different developers based on service and support.” Which means developers could be ranked poorly. I just don’t think this is the place for that. If SP decides to do it, that’s fine. But I don’t thinks is appropriate to have that on here. That’s just my opinion. Maybe others will feel differently.
Oh! Sorry I scrolled past it. Try adding this to the bottom of your Style.css file. You can modify it as needed:
It looks like you’ve change you code. Can you provide a link to your website so we can look at what you have. We cannot do it from an image. Thanks.
When you imported the XML file it gave you an option to add the posts to an already existing user. Evidently you overlooked that part and continued on with the import.
Go to Users – then select Delete under Brian’s name. Once you select that it will give you an option to transfer any posts associated with him to a different user.
February 5, 2013 at 11:26 am in reply to: How to load pictures with WP-Cycle – Crystal Theme #18242
You cannot execute PHP code inside a regular text widget. I use this plugin for WP-Cylcle – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/php-code-widget/. Install, activate and then go to Widgets and drag it there and place the code inside there.
I would run a virus check. I see the reference to MD5 in there which is how your passwords are changed, encoded/encrypted. I think your website and installation has been compromised.
Not sure how much experience your IT-guy has but you should run the database optimizer for sure, just a suggestion. I am using all Genesis themes including the ones your three websites are using and I don’t have a “slow load” problem. I’ll unsubscribe from this topic and let someone else chime in here. Good luck.
Check your “View” Settings and make sure your browsers are set at 100% width as the theme is responsive. Also clear your cache settings because it’s showing normal for me.
I ran Sucuri.net on your websites and this is what I found:
http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/www.e-businessguide.eu – 1) this site has an outdated version of WordPress. 2) You have a lot of scripts running on this one which could be slowing you down.
http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/www.e-businessforum.se – 1) You have a lot of scripts running on this one as well.
http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/www.p2psummit.eu – 1) You have a lot of scripts running on this one as well.
Some things to take a look at:
1) Have you run a Database Optimizer on your websites to clean up your database? If not, here is the plugin I use – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-database-optimizer/.
2) Are you saving “Revisions” in the database? If so, how many? Do you need all of them? Try to limit the revisions, if necessary, to about 2 or 3.
Try a couple of these, but I think if you run the Optimizer, you will see it speed up.
On the “old forum” there was a Marketplace Theme area. When SP changed to this new Community Forum area, all support for non-Studiopress developed themes (Marketplace) is handled by each respective theme developer. Me personally, I don’t think having what you describe would be beneficial to this particular Community Forum. Not to mention having to maintain a new area of “complaints.” When I select a non-SP theme, I just do my homework as I do even on selecting themes from Themeforest or any other developer – I read forums, do Google inquiries and read a lot of comments.