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You don’t need to add any spaces with html (i.e. ) – the content editor will add line breaks and paragraph breaks for you. Just edit like you would a Word document.
April 23, 2013 at 8:46 am in reply to: Genesis Featured Widget Amplified plugin won't stay when I add to my sidebar #37145April 23, 2013 at 8:33 am in reply to: Genesis Featured Widget Amplified plugin won't stay when I add to my sidebar #37139April 23, 2013 at 8:13 am in reply to: Custom Callback for Comments in the Functions.php File #37126
You definitely don’t need to modify comments.php.
Here’s a reference of code snippets that should hold the magic key: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/post-info/#customize
There currently isn’t a way to do that, however you can browse the showcase by developer and look through their sites for a AgentPress work.
It looks like you’ve got a lot of extraneous markup in your page content. You shouldn’t have to force height on any of the pages. Open up individual pages to edit and delete extra white space (line breaks).
There is not a Genesis-specific plugin for backups. I’ve had good luck with BackWPup (the free version) for backups. If you want to go for a premium service, BackupBuddy from iThemes and ManageWP.com are both great options.
I see what you’re describing on your site. At first I thought maybe you the menu was there, but just not visible, but it’s not being output at all.
Have you added any custom code to your site? If so, please describe. Also, can you provide a list of plugins running? Maybe one of those is the culprit…
April 23, 2013 at 7:48 am in reply to: Genesis Featured Widget Amplified plugin won't stay when I add to my sidebar #37101
Sounds like there may be a weird plugin conflict. Try disabling ALL plugins except for GFWA and see if that resolves the problem. If so, re-activate plugins one at a time and re-test to identify the culprit.
Did you upload the logo through the Genesis > Header screen? That should link it back to the home page. If not, please explain how you added the logo and provide a link to your site and I can help you troubleshoot.
April 21, 2013 at 1:18 pm in reply to: Decor Home Page, Add slider and home widgets – Need help Carrie Dils. #36737
Ok, I’m back.
You’ll need to do three things:
1) Register the widget areas you want to use on the home page.
2) Create the custom home page (home.php)
3) Add CSS to style those widget areas accordingly.
So, register these widget areas (if your theme doesn’t already have them):
If you’ve never registered a new widget in a Genesis theme, just do a Google search for it and you’ll find tons of tutorials.
Next, you’ll need a custom home.php that calls in those widgets. Here’s the code you can use:
Finally, you’ll need to customize your stylesheet to style those widgets. The featured widget is 100% wide, the home middle widgets are each approximately 33% wide, and the home bottom widgets are 50% wide.
Go get your customization on!
Have you been helped in this forum? Pay it forward and answer someone else’s question. I bet you’ll know the answer to at least one question.
I tweet @cdils.April 19, 2013 at 7:58 pm in reply to: Decor Home Page, Add slider and home widgets – Need help Carrie Dils. #36489
Thank you and glad you liked! Short story, I am using home.php – If memory serves, I “borrowed” a lot of code from the Associate theme’s home.php in terms of the layout and registered those extra widgets.
And you’re right about Genesis responsive slider.
Sorry I don’t have time to give a more comprehensive answer at this moment, but wanted to give you some starter info. I’ll get back later this weekend with more.
Sometimes the simplest solution is right in front of you! I missed it entirely – guess I like to make things harder than they are.
Glad you got it working!