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Sorry man. Been away. I’m gonna see what I can do. Thanks for the reply.
I left a message on your site. I’m still playing around with it. The widget is registered, I just don’t know how to set up the CSS to get the icons to appear. When I drop the simple social icon widget I get nothing. If you can provide a couple more nudges that would be awesome. Thank you for your help so far.
About to try this Brad. Thanks as always. But does this mean I should go ahead and use the simple social icons plugin to drop in the widget? If so, that’s awesome.
I’m assuming that once I add that code to my PHP a new widget will be registered. Correct me if I’m wrong.
You’re awesome. Preciate that. My problem was based on that fact I wasn’t using an open bracket before the line of code
Your stretch of code looked similar to what I was doing. Thanks for your help. It reinforced what I was trying works. I gave up on it a little too early.
That’s what’s up. Not sure if you created that post for me exclusively, but thank you very much.
Line 935 isn’t the same for me, but I’ll figure it out from here. That tutorial is definitely what I’m going to work off of.
Was that tutorial based on the nest HTML5 version?
Regardless, your “I Work Out Quality Solutions ” holds true.
I feel ya, Marcy and I did that. It looked good on a monitor, but it wasn’t jiving with with the mobile design. It was too large.
I’m thinking if I pull the image in it will adjust on a mobile in a way that the image has it’s own line; I’m thinking it would appear as the image then the name at the bottom of the image.
Thanks, Brad. I hate to ask you though, but can you give me an idea on what I’m doing. I’m not much with the PHP yet.
I’m on it though. I’ll start reading up on the topic. I appreciate the nudge in the right direction.
Site Title. The big blue rectangle that says “The Website Process “. I want to put a small square logo to the left of it.
Thanks for the Reply, Brad. I actually emailed you a little while back about some work. I never really got back to you on that because I’ve trying to improve my skills, as you can see. This one’s got me stumped though. Let me know if you’d like a better description, but it’s pretty straight forward.
May 24, 2013 at 6:26 am in reply to: What the font is going on with Open Sans and Metro? #42449
It’s not on my machine and I thought it was. On the other hand, should I use this approach instead? I’m assuming there is no need to load the font on my computer.
If I can use simple hooks, can you guide me through on how to make it work. I tried just a second ago and I’m definitely jacking it up. I’m getting some ugly script in my header.
Thanks for the reply!
Ten four. Great reply. And you’re more than likely right, the plugins are the culprits. But yeah, figured I’d load Yoast again and give it another run. I’ve still got it set up on a different site and I’m not seeing any hangups. Preciate your time.
Yeah, when I deactivated the Yoast plugin I scooped up a sitemap generator. All is go on that front.
However, when I was using the Yoast plugin my Pages sitemap was getting the yellow warning symbol in Google Webmaster Tools.
I’m probably going to try Yoast again. From I’ve read in WP Codex post there was something mentioned about the sitemap being on a different server. Thanks for clearing that up.
As for the SP SEO Title and Descriptions, when I enter my keyword data in the two SEO entry boxes and click update, the entries aren’t there.
Are you hinting that the entries populate in your HTML on our page after we click update. If so, SEO Quake isn’t detecting the metadata.
To be straight up with you (and with all due respect) , I’m not sure what DB you’re referencing. Are you referring to a database?
I’ve got to update my sig. Give me a second for the site link. Thanks for the reply.
February 10, 2013 at 4:31 pm in reply to: How to add breaks in paragraphs for featured post widget #19461
I was able to create a large image and crop it. It looks a little blurry but it worked.
What throws me off is that I can find the header selector with the inspection tool and insert the URL to the image and boom, the image appears. To do this the inspection tool refers to line 95 of ‘sources’ not CSS style sheet. I would much rather use this method to pull the smaller sized media file than load the image into the header tool.
Any suggestions on how I can insert that URL into my style sheet? I can’t find the line because line 95 isn’t an option for header in the style sheet. Pretty frustrating. Thanks.
I’ve got nothing, friend.
background:url(/wp-content/uploads/XXX) no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;
margin: 0 auto;
On the other, hand the using background versus background-image did alter the page a little during the Google Inspection Tool process. I think I getting closer, but no cigar just yet.