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When you realize that the path you’re on isn’t the right or best path, the wise choice is to get off that path, no matter how much time you’ve been on it. And in my opinion, using a background image for a website logo is not the right or best path.
Because of the way you’re handling that header image you’re going to have to adjust your min-height for .title-area at each media query to make this work.
An easier way to do handle a logo is explained here: http://blackhillswebworks.com/2013/05/10/how-to-replace-the-studiopress-background-header-image-with-a-real-image-logo/
For the gap between the site inner and the footer widgets, you have an empty paragraph tag in the text widget that contains your Commercial and Residential images/script.
November 23, 2013 at 11:53 am in reply to: Sitemap: How do I change the number of posts shown in the sitemap? #75256
Find page_archive.php in your Genesis parent theme folder, make a copy of that file and upload it to your child theme folder, edit the file as needed.
For example, the recent posts are displayed using the wp_get_archives() function with a limit of 100. If you remove
&limit=100it will display all your posts.
November 23, 2013 at 11:31 am in reply to: CSS fix for Education theme dropdown menu issue (here's how) #75251November 1, 2013 at 10:09 am in reply to: sandbox responsive menu – or ANY nice responsive menu #70311November 1, 2013 at 10:08 am in reply to: sandbox responsive menu – or ANY nice responsive menu #70309
That’s part of the beauty of this mobile menu solution – the CSS can be reworked to fit any site and/or design preferences.
From what I’ve seen while using my phone to access the web, buttons or icons, usually in the upper right corner, are the norm for menus on mobile websites, and someone who uses their phone for surfing the web is going to be accustomed to that method. Screen real estate is a premium on mobile, and I would prefer not to take up space with a bar when a small button works just as well, and I can also shrink the logo and move it up into the other corner, conveniently out of the way.
If you use it and try the full-width bar approach, let me know so I can check it out.
October 31, 2013 at 9:16 am in reply to: sandbox responsive menu – or ANY nice responsive menu #70117
Here’s a tutorial I wrote last month on how to do that: How to add a Soliloquy slider to a Genesis page template file
October 30, 2013 at 9:06 pm in reply to: sandbox responsive menu – or ANY nice responsive menu #70041
Here’s the result of that tutorial that Olivier mentioned on a Metro site: http://citychurch.bhwebworks.com/
Keep in mind that a visitor using a phone or small tablet isn’t going to see the menu turn “from a bar to a button,” since it’s always a button on their device.
October 22, 2013 at 9:33 pm in reply to: How can I get these to line up next to each other? #68328
When I have other things in my header besides the logo, I add those with text and/or other widgets and make adjustments with CSS. But I still use the logo method as described in the tutorial that Susan mentioned to properly add a logo to the header area.
Interesting. Are you using version 1 of that theme?
Regardless of what version it is, you can add the line anywhere before the final ?>
To be more specific, add it after this line in your code:
add_theme_support( 'genesis-connect-woocommerce' );