Doak Heggeness

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  • in reply to: Buddypress and my own child theme #3870

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    Are you using the Sample ‘child’ theme or something else?


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    in reply to: WooCommerce #3868

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    Go to the Resources tab above and you will find it under Web Tools. For WooCommerce you will need to use Firebug to find the things to change…ie fonts etc.


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    in reply to: Which server to develop on? #3592

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    einstein,

    I was going to mention to setup a subdomain on the domain you want to develop…’subdomain.domain.com’.

    1) That way you will develop their website based on the server’s specs.

    2) Also your your database is already on the server and it is easier to move your content over.

    3) Regarding indexing….when you install WordPress check the box at the bottom of the page not to index.


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    in reply to: Making front page the blog page #3302

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    So I think you created a  Blog page.? If so try changing the ‘template’ to ‘default’ if it is set to the ‘blog’ template.

     

    ps: If you are not going to use the home.php file, change it to home.txt or delete it and your blog will be the home page by default. You will need to reset the ‘Reading’s tab back to ‘Latest Post’.


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    in reply to: Added code to functions.php file. Site went down… #3169

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    I would just go into your cPanel and access your functions.php file and delete the code you just put in. In the future I would do as Susan suggests.


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    in reply to: Move Primary Navigation Left #3089

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    In the header there are two you need to deal with:

    You need to modify…

    #title-area {
    float: left;
    min-height: 100px;
    overflow: hidden;
    padding: 15px 0 0;
    width: 350px;
    }

    This is where your Title/Logo is located. Try adding width:0px; &/or display:none;

    You also need to modify…

    #header .widget-area {
    float: right;
    padding: 40px 0 0;
    width: 600px;
    }
    

    This is where your menu is located.

    You can change to float:left; &/or increase width: if necessary and see it moves it over enough
    This is where your menu is located.

    I hope this points you in the right direction.


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    in reply to: add a custom field to conditional h1 titles #2847

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    You need to tell Genesis where to add your code…so in functions.php add……

    add_filter (  'genesis_after_post_title',  'my_function'  ); 

    Hook Reference


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    in reply to: Slider help #2258

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    You need to add code to the home.php if you are using it. If you want to show it after the header…..

    // Add Slider

    add_filter( ‘genesis_after_header’,  ‘add_my _slider’ );

    // Slider

    function add_my_slider() {

    wp_content_slider();

    }

    ** code tags do not work properly


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    in reply to: How To Rotate Header Image In Minimum Theme? #1571

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    Your title confuses me. I think you want to have several images rotate in lieu of the single image on the ‘front page’ per the demo?  This image is not in the header. If so you can…

    1) Hardcode ‘Flexslider’ in a new page…front-page.php if using static pages settings. However I think you would prefer the following….

    2) Create a widget area using the ‘genesis_after_header’ hook and insert a slider…ie ‘Genesis Responsive Slider’ or the ‘Soliloquy Slider‘. See Minimum functions.php for examples in adding and registering a widget.

    I hope this helps!


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    in reply to: Mobile Device Displaying Incorrectly with Outreach Theme #749

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    Your website is not mobile responsive. The ‘responsive’ css at the bottom of the stylesheet has been deleted.

    It goes after this….
    /* Responsive Design
    ———————————————————— */


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