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Thanks for your response Chris…
I must be doing something, little or big, wrong. This is exactly what I’ve been doing and I’m not quite getting what I want. I’m going to look over my work again to see if I can find what ever it is I’m missing.
I don’t want to salt an old wound, but I think there splash pages and landing pages are completely different.
For most website designers, wouldn’t a splash page only be found at the root of the website (I.E. http://bamajr.com/ not http://bamajr.com/landing-page/)? Also, aren’t most splash pages limited to a single embed of flash, an image, an image slider or video, with very little or no text?
I’m bringing this up because I’m having a hard time creating a “splash page” using the home.php file, but I’ve created many landing pages, using Brian Gardner’s “How to create a Landing Page” process.
Here’s the issue. I have a single image. Lets say it is 800px by 600 px. I want to include this image, a button, below the image and contact information on a line below the button. I do not want anything else on the page (I.E. No header, navigation, blog posts, sidebar, sidebar widgets, footer widgets or footer).
This is rather easy, when creating a basic PHP/HTML website, but not as easy when using WordPress/Genesis. Am I missing something here that is making this too hard?
I think the
…is old news, which Yoast’s plugin already resolves, for those who cant figure out how to add it to their theme, another way.
I’m more interested in issues related to the:
<code>Warning: Missing required field “updated”.
Warning: Missing required hCard “author”.</code>
…errors which continue to occur for people using Genesis, which have not been addressed by Yoast’s plugin. These errors are not related to the rel=author tag. So I’m curious if this will be fixed, out of the box, with Genesis 1.9