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March 4, 2015 at 1:33 pm in reply to: Outreach Pro – decrease spacing in between sidebar widgets #143211
Line 815 in the stylesheet has margin-bottom: 30px;
Increase that to add spacing.
You will have to modify the media queries at the bottom of your style sheet.
Install a web inspector in your browser and you will be able to see the code involved in each tag.
If Whitespace comes with the ability to customize the color of the header, it also probably has the ability to customize the link colors. Go back and look through your customization panel.
You can just remove the post date until you feel comfortable http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/post-info/#customize.
This requires editing the functions.php file, and if you make a mistake and do this through the WP dashboard editor you will get the white screen of death and have to call your hosting company to tell them what you did so that they can correct it, as you will no longer have access to the WP dashboard.
I would recommend first of all making a copy of the functions file and learning how to use FTP then uploading the functions file that way. If you have made a mistake, you can always upload the original functions file to correct it and then figure out what you did wrong.
Yes in functions change both, and you might also need to modify the height in the CSS if it is declared. You should install a web inspector in your browser to see which css affects each tag.
No, that’s not how it works, the browser will read the stylesheet first and then the inline styling and the last one takes precedence. You will have to remove it from the html.
March 4, 2015 at 9:43 am in reply to: Make Old Education Theme Responsive/Fix Header Issue? #143183
I can probably help you.
Inline styling will override your external style sheet, so you need to remove it to get the responsive to work correctly.
You should get a web inspector like Firebug, then you will be able to look at your code in the browser. You can also add your SEO page titles and meta description in the Genesis SEO box which is below the text editor on every page/post.
Yes, I believe you have a restore function in BackupBuddy, but that is more a question for them than here.
You could add a widget area to the genesis_before_header hook and put a custom menu in that.
You could use a Backup plugin like Updraft Plus which has a one time $30 extension called Migrator which clones your site so that you can reinstall it elsewhere. Once you have cloned the site, you would have to modify the admin login info as all the sites will use the original login info. Then of course change the content.
You will have to go into the functions.php file and change the settings there and also in your style.css file.
In the functions file, you need to change the height and width in the section similar to this:
//* Add support for custom header add_theme_support( 'custom-header', array( 'width' => 320, 'height' => 110, 'header-selector' => '.site-title a', 'header-text' => false, ) );
In the css file you will be looking for site-title or title-area to change the width.
Be very careful if you are editing the functions file through the WordPress dashboard Editor as you can crash your site if you make a mistake and get the white screen of death.
When you set up the slider, there are 3 tabs, the first is “Images” where you drop your images. The second is “Config” this is where you can change the size of the slider, set the timing and the transitions. So you should make your images all the same size and then enter that info into the Config settings.
To center an element you give it a width and then margin: 0 auto;
March 2, 2015 at 4:28 pm in reply to: Whitespace Pro Css Modification of Secondary Nav Menu hover color #142934
Sorry, I read too quickly, so you need to target more specifically the top navigation and hover state e.g. #menu-primary-top-navigation. The last one I gave you targets all the Genesis menus hover state. Got it?