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Try Jennifer’s tutorial – http://dreamwhisperdesigns.com/genesis-tutorials/remove-genesis-header-widget-homepage/. It might help you.
That CSS is not Genesis Framework or Genesis Child Theme CSS that’s why you site is still wonky like that. I would start over or grab the CSS from the original Style sheet.
I don’t see your Google+ Profile attached to your Admin Profile. Add this link to the Contributor To section of your Google+ profile and run the tool again.
September 9, 2013 at 11:46 am in reply to: Post Excerpts – How to modify "Continue Reading…"? #61547
Please provide a link to your website and also provide what theme you are using.
What I am seeing at the link is Twenty Eleven which is the default WordPress theme. That’s not using the Genesis Framework or a Genesis Child Theme.
Okay, so is what I’m seeing when I go to the link the child them without a structured CSS? Did you add the Viewport to your functions file for mobile devices?
Mompreneur is a marketplace theme. Lindsey of Pretty Darn Cute provides support for her themes here – http://prettydarncute.com/pre-made-theme-support/. Submit a ticket there.
I just went to the website and it’s completely wonky now. Did you add the Viewport code to your functions? I thought you were using the Sample theme when you started. It should have already included the Viewport and the Media Queries for responsiveness.
I see some caching going on. Try deactivating it and refreshing.
You can try the Modal Dialog plugin – http://wordpress.org/plugins/modal-dialog/. However, it may not be responsive. If not, check the plugin repository for “modal” or pop up boxes.
If you do that, then you won’t be able to log in to the WordPress website. It looks like your blog and your forum are separate installations – that’s why the log in are separate. Using WP United as you indicated in another post – your Single Sign On must not be working. You should probably troubleshoot that.