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Looks like you haven’t finished site setup. Adding content to the search bar widget (which has additional top padding) will “reveal” more of your image.
If you need additional help, please start a new support topic.
Communities are not a post or a listing – they’re a unique post type and can be created as Davinder suggested. There are not any categories (taxonomies) associated with Communities by default, though you could register a taxonomy if you wanted that customization.
The Featured Communities widget doesn’t support a category/taxonomy drop-down since it wasn’t designed that way. If you want to use a different widget, I’d suggest downloading the Genesis Featured Post Type Widget off Github (it’s not an official SP plugin, but it’s basically a riff off the Featured Post widget but with support for custom post types + it’s HTML5).
If you’re wanting a relationship to exist between Communities and Listings, you might like at the Post2Post plugin.
There are instructions here for setting up the Winning Agent Pro theme per the demo (this specific link is for the home page):
There’s a widget called Featured Communities which is used to display the communities post type.
January 12, 2014 at 3:26 pm in reply to: Moving custom post type code from functions.php to cpt template? #84828
Not sure if I understand correctly, but it’s too late to register the CPT by the time you’re in a template page.
I’d pull all the CPTs out into a single file (call it my-theme-cpts.php or something equally obvious) and then include that file in functions.php. It’ll keep your code a little cleaner.
Then you can still do your template files as is, except you won’t need the conditionals (i.e. no need to check if it’s a single page if you’re already in single-tipoftheday.php.
I may have completely missed your question. If so, try me again.
Instead of commenting the line out in functions.php, go ahead and remove it completely. Not sure why it’s still loading with those lines commented out, but try it anyway.
Some of the older StudioPress themes used @import in style.css to bring in fonts versus the newer themes now all use the wp_enqueue_scripts function to load them. Since you’re using Eleven40 Pro, there shouldn’t be an @import in your stylesheet, but you might double-check just to be sure.
Oh okay, I gotcha. The “parent” Attribute is a way of organizing posts/pages in a hierarchy. For example, a post named “This” under a Parent post named “That” would could have a URL structure like: http://sample.com/that/this.
I think what you’re looking for is a way to categorize portfolio items (similar to post categories). In the WordPress vernacular, you’d need to create a custom taxonomy and assign it to the portfolio custom post type.
It can definitely be done, but is a customization and not included in the theme.
Hope that clears it up a bit!
November 21, 2013 at 3:46 pm in reply to: Updating this conditional secondary navigation snippet #74784
This may not be the fix, but looking at the markup in 2.0, there are some differences.
Note the class of “nav-primary” on
<nav>and the id/classes on the
Here’s an HTML excerpt from the Genesis demo (http://my.studiopress.com/themes/genesis/#demo-full)
<nav class="nav-primary" itemtype="http://schema.org/SiteNavigationElement" itemscope="itemscope" role="navigation"> <div class="wrap"> <ul id="menu-secondary-navigation" class="menu genesis-nav-menu menu-primary">
November 17, 2013 at 2:18 pm in reply to: One full post followed by excerpts on the home page #73775
You might try Bill Erickson’s Grid Loop plugin. And make the Featured post full content and other posts a content limit.
Easier than hand-coding.
November 17, 2013 at 1:49 pm in reply to: Remove "responsiveness" from Pretty Pictures header #73716
I would ask… why do you want to remove responsive capability as opposed to adjusting your header to look good in responsive mode?
That said, if you want to remove responsive capability, you’ll want to change your CSS, not functions.php. Let me know if you still need help?