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March 28, 2013 at 9:10 am in reply to: Production Child Theme – Looking For Video Child Theme #31747
Keep in mind, you can use ANY of the StudioPress themes to display your videos, so I’d select a mobile responsive one that you like the layout of and start there.
Check out the News Theme. It’s responsive and might be great for video content.
Would the Header Right widget area included in the theme not work for you? Basically same location and already has the responsive CSS to go with it.
Sorry to say I don’t know the answer, but I did find a couple of articles I was hoping might be useful to you:
Stretchy Sprites: Cross-browser, responsive resizing/stretching of CSS sprite images
Hope that helps!
Looks like you’ve swapped to the Metro theme?
If you’re still using Decor (or any theme), you can change the CSS for the search results header to get the results you’re wanting.
March 28, 2013 at 8:53 am in reply to: Changing the background color in Primary Nav Menu For Modern Portfolio theme #31739
Try adding this to your CSS:
If that doesn’t do the trick, post a link to your site and I’ll take a look.
Do you use Firebug? It’s magical and can help you figure out what CSS is behind your page elements. Here’s more info: http://www.studiopress.com/tips/using-firebug.htm
March 28, 2013 at 8:50 am in reply to: Button to only appear on mobile site not desktop site #31737
You can use CSS with the display:none; property to hide the button on regular screens, then in your media queries, set it to show.
If you go ahead and add the button in on your site so I can see it, I can help you get the right CSS.
March 28, 2013 at 8:46 am in reply to: Footer Issue with Simple Social Icons 1.0.1. & Individual Menu Widgets #31735March 28, 2013 at 8:45 am in reply to: Problem Using Default Posts View With a Custom Taxonomy #31734
A single post template won’t come into play until you’re viewing a single article (be it a default post or your News cpt). Where you’re seeing the difference is how the archives are displaying.
Possible reasons it doesn’t match:
When you created your CPT, did you set ‘has_archive’ => true ?
Did you create an archives template for your CPT?
Do you have any plugins running that impact post display?
Have you added any custom code to your theme for controlling post excerpts?
What are your Genesis theme settings for the archive?
Sorry for the twenty questions – just trying to narrow down why they’re not a match.
March 27, 2013 at 11:19 am in reply to: Modern Portfolio – remove scrollto effect on homepage #31554
Yay! Glad you got a solution. It’s fun to figure things out.
You might have fun perusing code snippets from other Genesis people over on Github. Start with Brian Gardner (https://github.com/bgardner) and then check his follower list to discover other people & snippets.
I wouldn’t recommend changing the plugin code for the reasons you mentioned.
I’m thinking you could use a filter to achieve your results, but I’m not 100% what it is… Here’s the Genesis Filter Reference: http://my.studiopress.com/docs/filter-reference/ in case that helps.