Doak Heggeness

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  • in reply to: Modern Portfolio ?s #50475

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    I have not used this theme but here are my observations:

    1) I assume you uploaded an image to the ‘Custom Header’. I noticed the header has a fixed width:

    /* 04a - Structure ----------- */
    
    .wrap,
    #header,
    #inner {
    	margin: 0 auto;
    	max-width: 1080px;
    }

    Try separating the #header and add a background-color:#...; and width:100%;

    2)The primary & secondary navigation have been removed from the home page via the home.php file.

    // Remove the navigation menus
    		remove_action( 'genesis_after_header', 'genesis_do_nav' );
    		remove_action( 'genesis_after_header', 'genesis_do_subnav' );
    

    Uncomment then out by using:

    /*
    // Remove the navigation menus
    		remove_action( 'genesis_after_header', 'genesis_do_nav' );
    		remove_action( 'genesis_after_header', 'genesis_do_subnav' );
    */

    3) Give the Genesis Featured Widget Amplified a try if I understand the ?. You can picks ‘pages’ to display in lieu of ‘posts’. However you will need to modify the style.css selectors under ‘section #04b’ as they are specific to the posts. ( use Firebug ). This will take some work.

    I would use a third party app ( cPanel or SFTP ) to make these changes in cause you want to go back ( they may not work ) or an error


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    in reply to: Primary Navigation Centering – Minimum Theme #50402

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    Add text-align:center; to the following:

    .menu-primary,
    .menu-secondary,
    #header .menu {
    	clear: both;
    	color: #3e3e3e;
    	font-size: 13px;
    	margin: 0 auto;
    	overflow: hidden;
    	width: 100%;
            text-align:center;   
    }
    

    Changefloat: left; to float: none; & add display: inline-block;

    .menu-primary li,
    .menu-secondary li,
    #header .menu li {
    	display: inline-block;  
    	float: none;   
    	list-style-type: none;
    }

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    in reply to: Featured Posts Widget, Excerpts, and "Read More" #50397

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    Give this one a spin. It may need to be styled.

    /* Add Read More to Excerpts */
    function excerpt_read_more_link ( $output ) {
     global $post;
     return $output . '<a href="'. get_permalink($post->ID) . '"> Read More...</a>';
    }
    add_filter( 'the_excerpt', 'excerpt_read_more_link' );

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    in reply to: Remove labels on images on agentpress images #50381

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    If you absolutely don’t want the content to be visible at all, then you should add display:none; to the selector classes .listing-test & .listing-price. They can be found under the heading `/* Featured Listings
    ———————————————————— */` in the style.css file.


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    in reply to: Adding excerpt on posts (if that is added manually) #50378

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    the_excerptis an option for posts under the ‘screen options’ tab. If it is left empty the_content is displayed.


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    You would have to modify the Genesis core files, so impractical. You could modify the media queries to keep the content-sidebar layout, say at max-width 768px in lieu of the sidebar dropping down below, which I think looks better.


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    in reply to: Slider post titles #50319

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    This appears to be a community theme, and you should post over there.


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    in reply to: Page wrapping detection #50317

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    I am not familiar with this theme. There appears to be four widgets in the home-section under the slider. In the media queries section ( responsive ) of the style.css, it is assumed all the widgets are being used and are scaled accordingly…25% or 50% depending on the max-width. So you need to modify the media query max-width: 1023px for the the .home-1 widget to width:100%; in lieu of 50%. As you scale the browser size down to max-width:600px it appears to scale properly.


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    in reply to: Backcountry featured image issue #50315

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    It is always helpful to include a URL. What changes have you made to the theme?


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    in reply to: Featured Widget Amplified #50312

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    I am not sure he is supporting this plugin anymore. Maybe WordPress 3.6 &/or Genesis 2.0 is handling it?


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    1) Did you import the xml data?
    2) Did you follow the tutorials.


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    in reply to: How to rearrange the category links #50244

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    You are going you have to add a category.php file to your child theme. So here for info


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    in reply to: Include custom PHP files on homepage #50241

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    To keep things simple, which StudioPress themes closely resembles what you want to do? A lot of them have sliders. Take a look at the the home.php & functions.php of that theme. That should give you a pretty good idea how to do it.


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    From the tutorial the posts are using the category ‘Portfolio’. From firebug, GWA is using a grid in a odd/even layout and the style #portfolo .featurepost. Looking at the style.css, section #04b ( line 415 ) seems to control the layout. So your pages are probably not using that style. So I would think you need to get the style using firebug ( .featurepage? ) and add it to your stylesheet. Or ask George the plugin author.


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    in reply to: Executive Theme Homepage #49946

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    It is my understanding this theme comes with a ‘landing’ page. So do you want this page to be your home page?


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