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  • in reply to: Uninstall Question #144872

    eamonmoriarty
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    You need to have some theme activated.
    So to deactivate Minimum Pro simply activate a different theme like Genesis Framework or Twenty Fifteen etc.


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    in reply to: No SEO settings in Dashboard #140648

    eamonmoriarty
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    It was simple if you knew where to look.
    This solution suggested by Support solved it.

    Try going to Users > Your Profile in your dashboard. If you scroll down toward the bottom, there is a checkbox that says “Enable SEO Settings Submenu?” in the User Permissions section – checking that box should enable the SEO settings menu item under Genesis.


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    in reply to: No SEO settings in Dashboard #140415

    eamonmoriarty
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    Victor,
    Thanks for the suggestion.
    I hadn’t checked the header.php but I have done so now and I don’t see anything there which would cause the problem.
    I haven’t contacted the theme developer because I have used the same theme on a few other sites without problem.
    Also the problem of the missing SEO Settings in the dashboard persists even if I switch back to the basic Genesis Theme.
    I am baffled.


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    in reply to: No SEO settings in Dashboard #140305

    eamonmoriarty
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    Thank you Coral Sea IT for the suggestion.
    Unfortunately, I don’t see any SEO override/disable in the functions.php
    Any other ideas?


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #138780

    eamonmoriarty
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    Looks correct. Font is same (Droid Serif) as the main text.


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #138766

    eamonmoriarty
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    OK. I see the smaller font.
    It is hard to see where exactly on your stylesheet these lines are because it is minified but the following lines seem to control the font size. Note that one is 15px and the other is 12px.

    body, h1, h2, h2 a, h2 a:visited, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, select, textarea {
        color: #342822;
        font-family: "Droid Serif",serif;
        font-size: 15px;
        line-height: 1.6;
        margin: 0;
        padding: 0;
        text-decoration: none;
    }
    body, textarea {
        color: #342822;
        font-family: "Droid Serif",serif;
        font-size: 12px;
        line-height: 1.6;
    }

    Try to locate the second part and change the font size to 15px
    If you can’t find it try adding

    body, textarea {
    font-size: 15px !important;
    }

    towards the end of your stylesheet (before the media queries)


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #138762

    eamonmoriarty
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    I’m seeing Droid Sans now in the titles under the thumbnails in the Table of Contents. Am I correct thinking that is where you want the font change?
    If you are not seeing the change there, refresh or clear the browser cache. I have checked on Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari but not IE.


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #138749

    eamonmoriarty
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    Try adding the following to your style.css (perhaps just before the media queries):

    .prnme {
        font-family: Droid Serif, serif !important;
    }

    I’m not sure if that will override the inline styles or not but give it a try.


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    in reply to: Embedding/overlaying a form on the slider widget #136013

    eamonmoriarty
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    I have done something similar using the Timothy child theme from web-savvy-marketing.com. Luckily, the div was already in place in that theme so I had only to adjust the styling.
    See it at dublinovernight.com.
    I’m sure you could do it with executive pro. It would involve placing a div within the slider div and adding the appropriate styles for positioning, color and importantly a high z-index to ensure that it overlays the slider.
    This is the styling that was used in dublinovernight.com:

    .home-search {
        background: url("images/listing-search-bg.png") repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;
        border-radius: 6px;
        position: absolute;
        right: 60px;
        top: 35px;
        width: 298px;
        z-index: 10;
    }

    Hopefully you may be able to get some clues from that.


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    in reply to: Genesis Responsive Header plugin & WP 4.1 – not working? #135134

    eamonmoriarty
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    If you are using Genesis Responsive header plugin from Nick the Geek it hasn’t been updated to work with HTML 5 themes I think.


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    in reply to: Genesis Responsive Header plugin not working with Prose #135133

    eamonmoriarty
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    The Genesis Responsive Header has not been updated to work with HTML5 Themes. So if yours is HTML5 it won’t work.


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    in reply to: Best Theme And Plugins For e-Learning Website #134534

    eamonmoriarty
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    You may be interested in this theme from Web Savvy Marketing which was designed specifically for e-learning and for integration with LearnDash learning management system.
    I know it is not StudioPress but it is Genesis.
    http://www.web-savvy-marketing.com/store/derrick/


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #133709

    eamonmoriarty
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    Can you point out the bullet points on that page. I can’ see any.


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #133698

    eamonmoriarty
    Participant

    Try:
    .entry-content ul {
    font-family: arial;
    }
    to give you arial. Substitute arial with whatever font you are using for your post content.


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    in reply to: Bullet List Font Differs from Post Font #133683

    eamonmoriarty
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    In the absence of a URL for your site I am looking at the Mocha Demo.

    The body font is Droid Serif and this should be inherited into the other elements of the site unless it is changed in your style.css.

    The style for your bullet points (unordered lists) is found on line 703 of style.css in the demo. You could specify a font there if you wish.

    I could see better if I had a URL


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