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  • cehwitham
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    I think the way forward would be to setup sidebars for each location then use the Widget Logic plugin to control which categories which sidebars are displayed in. For example the widget logic for the LA sidebar would be something like is_category(‘LA’); where LA is the category slug.

    I hope that helps.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Agency Theme Combine External Css #43701

    cehwitham
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    HI Anuar,

    The W3TC plugin has options to combine and minify your stylesheets or there are other minify plugins available.

    As for the image compression, you might be better asking WPEngine as they may have something server side that you can turn on to enable gzip compression automatically. Alternatively W3TC plugin will help with compression.

    Let me know how you get on.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Top navigation not responsive in Internet Explorer #43700

    cehwitham
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    I think it’s possibly that IE9 is not using your media queries correctly. You may need to use something like selectivizer or modernizer to help with this or add an IE specific stylehseet.

    Can you post a link to your site so that I can take a look at it for you please?

    Chris


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    in reply to: Display only parent categories via shortcode #43699

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    I’ve not tried it but I think you can use the genesis_post_categories_shortcode filter.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Custom Quiz #43698

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    What are you using to generate the quiz? Your own code or a third party system / plugin?

    The gravity forms plugin is very good at creating quizes in WordPress with an easy to use drag and drop interface.

    If it’s your own code, write the functions into the functions.php file of your theme then hook them into the correct place or create a shortcode to output them on the correct page.

    It may be easier depending on your coding ability to turn your quiz code into a WordPress plugin so it’s not dependant on the current theme.

    Let me know if you need further pointers.

    Chris


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    cehwitham
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    Do you have a link to your site?

    I’ve just tested sub bullet points on my install of the Metro theme and they display indented just fine and easy to understand the structure.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Simple way to restyle categorie list ? #43694

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    Hi Jim,

    Are you wanting the page layout of the category page to be different or just a menu in the sidebar?

    For the page, you’d want to create a custom category page template, category-catname.php and make your template changes in there.

    For a sidebar menu, something like a tag cloud might work and then use the widget logic plugin to only show it on certain pages.

    Do you have a link to your site, I might be able to help you more if I could see how the site is setup.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Grid loop messing with pagination alignment #43692

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    Hi Craig,

    Have you disabled the grid loop? I can’t see the issue you’re describing on your site.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Backgrund to sample.jpg in Minimum #43691

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    If I’m understanding you correctly, you’d just need to add a style in style.css like:

    `#header { background-color:#ff9900; }`

    If you want the image to appear on all pages, find this in functions.php:

    `/** Add the featured image section */
    add_action( ‘genesis_after_header’, ‘minimum_featured_image’ );
    function minimum_featured_image() {
    if ( is_home() ) {
    echo ‘‘;
    }
    elseif ( is_singular( array( ‘post’, ‘page’ ) ) && has_post_thumbnail() ){
    echo ”;
    echo get_the_post_thumbnail($thumbnail->ID, ‘header’);
    echo ”;
    }
    }`

    And change it to:

    `/** Add the featured image section */
    add_action( ‘genesis_after_header’, ‘minimum_featured_image’ );
    function minimum_featured_image() {
    echo ‘‘;
    }`

    Hope this helps.

    Chris


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    in reply to: show custom fields in a category #43690

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    Have you solved this now? The site seems to be displaying well.

    You may also find the AgentPress Listings plugin useful http://wordpress.org/plugins/agentpress-listings/

    Chris


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    in reply to: WPML & Genesis Header #43688

    cehwitham
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    Hi Mike,

    Add the code you’ve been given into your functions.php file as a function. Then you’ll need to unhook the current header image and add in your function using the genesis_header hook.

    Chris


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    in reply to: translate breadcrumb #43686

    cehwitham
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    Hi Thorben,

    If you set your variables using:

    `__(‘Home’, ‘your_text_domain’)`

    Then you should be able to write a .po file to include your translations.

    Let me know how you get on.

    Chris


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    in reply to: Responsive website with navigation in sidebar #43684

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    HI Karin,

    I don’t seem to be able to see the sidebar navigation in the website you’ve linked to.

    If you’re using mobile detection to switch the secondary menu on and off could you use the same trigger to add a class to the sidebar nav to allow different styles to act on it?

    Chris


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    in reply to: Simple Social Icons: securing wp-content #43682

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    You’ll need to allow access to the eot, svg, ttf and woff font file formats so the plugin can load the fonts required.

    Chris


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    in reply to: agentpress – validation #43681

    cehwitham
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    If you look in the Genesis theme folder, you will see files like header.php to make changes to these files, copy them into your child theme (leave the original in the Genesis folder and don’t change any files in the Genesis folder itself). The header.php file should have many of the head section bits you want to amend.

    Chris


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