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  • in reply to: Full-width navigation bar in Blissful #4995

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    The website at that link has a solid white background with no background color in the navigation. Did you mean a different site?

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think you’re wanting the blue colors of both navigation bars to extend to both sides of the screen, right?

    If so, you’ll need to change the width of the primary #wrap DIV to 100%, then adjust the other main DIVs to center within that, and your navigation DIVs to go full-width.

    Let me know if I’m on the right track here.


    John Sundberg | blackhillswebworks.com
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    in reply to: Full-width navigation bar in Blissful #4985

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    Hi Krystyn,

    I just looked at your test site – could you give more detail about what you’re wanting the navigation bars to do? Or did you figure it out?

    John


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    in reply to: Full width widget on the home page #4975

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    Posh John,

    The way to paste code here that works for me is to switch to the HTML tab, paste in your code, make sure there are no empty lines, select the code, click the “code” button in the toolbar, and you’re good to go. That should add an opening and closing “code” tag on either end of your code, which you can see in the HTML editor but not in the Visual editor.

    I’ve found that I can switch back and forth from Visual to HTML and the code stays like it should.

    John


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    in reply to: Aligning Widgets #4972

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    I would take a look at the code you used to add the new widget area, and that may be in both functions.php and home.php. You can paste the code here and I’ll look it over for you. (Alternatively you can email those two files to me at john @ blackhillswebworks dot com, which might be easier than pasting the code here in the forum.)


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    in reply to: Agentpress Featured Posts Alignment #4727

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    Give this a shot (by adding it to your style.css)

    .featured-bottom .featuredpost .post {
    float: left;
    padding: 0 10px 10px;
    width: 46%;

    You’ll probably want to tweak the padding and width to get it looking just right.


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    in reply to: Display slide show in a page article #4717

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    einstein,

    Are you wanting an image slider like what is on many home pages these days? Or a way to present a gallery of images as a slideshow? Maybe if you posted a link to an example of what you’re looking to do…

    John


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    in reply to: Agentpress Featured Posts Alignment #4714

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    Posting the URL of your site would help us help you.


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    in reply to: Aligning Widgets #4713

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    Hold off on that 100% width…

    I just checked the Adorable demo theme and she has the #sidebar DIV below the #content DIV. Your site has the #sidebar DIV inside the #content DIV.

    Perhaps that got moved when you added the widget area? You may want to change that back to the original structure rather than changing the CSS which I mentioned in my previous post.

    John


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    in reply to: Aligning Widgets #4710

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    You’re welcome!

    RE the sidebar:

    .content-sidebar #content, .sidebar-content #content {width: 100%;}


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    in reply to: Featured Section in the Education Theme #4541

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    Hey Erik,

    Add this to your style.css:

    #home-featured .featured .widget {width: 33%;}

    John


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    in reply to: Aligning Widgets #4538

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    Kendra,

    You’ve got two DIVs with the same ID of “featured-top”, one inside the other – you should only have one ID per page. If you change that inner DIV to a different ID, or better yet make it a class, I think you’ll find your answer.

    John


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    in reply to: Sorting Category Posts Alphabetically #4536

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    Oh, and these two Codex articles on categories should be helpful:

    Alphabetizing Posts

    Category Templates


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    in reply to: Sorting Category Posts Alphabetically #4535

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    Kent,

    I would try this:

    Make a copy of page.php from your Genesis directory, and rename it category.php

    In that file, above the ending genesis(); function, add this code:

    if is_category( 'players' ) {
    // Customize the Loop
    remove_action( 'genesis_loop', 'genesis_do_loop' );
    add_action( 'genesis_loop', 'players_category_order_custom_loop' );
    function players_category_order_custom_loop() {
    global $paged;
    $args = array( 'order' => 'ASC','orderby' => 'name','paged' => $paged );
    // Accepts WP_Query args (http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query)
    genesis_custom_loop( $args );
    } // End players_category_order_custom_loop
    } // End is_category( 'players' )

    You could clean that up with some line breaks and indenting, but the code editor here won’t let us do that.

    You may also want to flush your permalinks: go to Settings > Permalinks and click “Save Changes”

    John


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    in reply to: Sorting Category Posts Alphabetically #4528

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    in_category lets you check if a post or posts are in a specific category, then you can do stuff with those posts.

    is_category checks if a specific category (or categories) archive is being displayed, then lets you do stuff with those categories.


    John Sundberg | blackhillswebworks.com
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    in reply to: WP or Genesis problem: Disappearing posts… #4525

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    Shoot me an email at john@blackhillswebworks.com if you want me to take a closer look.

    John


    John Sundberg | blackhillswebworks.com
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