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  • in reply to: Responsive Toggle Menu #99488

    ep_alex_henley
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    braddalton… what if the person reading this post doesn’t own other themes. Do you have any more specific info you could share?

    in reply to: Remove all posts from home page on 411 theme? #79319

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    I found it!

    On the 411 theme (maybe others too) You need to add the following TWO things to the CSS to remove the blog posts from the front page:

    .home .post {
    visibility: hidden;
    height: 0px;
    overflow: hidden;
    }

    and

    .home .entry {
    display: none;
    }

    Thank yo for the help, stinkykong !

    in reply to: Remove all posts from home page on 411 theme? #79312

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    Man, that is great! You got me so much closer that I was before. I still have that area where the post were that is just empty space. How can I resolve that?

    Website is:
    http://www.alexhenley.com


    ep_alex_henley
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    Actually… That did not work. A.) I see nothing like the code you sent in any of the theme’s or genesis’ folder. B.) There was also nothing lie this in the css.

    .home .entry-meta {
    display: none;
    }

    I did find some classes that allowed me to remove the posts from the front page, but I later realized that it also removed page content from each page.

    I really don’t understand why the themes are made this way now? You could add posts with a ton of customization with some of the older themes. That was great!

    Any more help would be appreciated. (BTW, I’m experiencing this in the new 411 theme as well.)


    ep_alex_henley
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    Thank you, Brad! It was a little trickier, but you got me started in the right direction. You rock!


    ep_alex_henley
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    It seems strange to me that Erin or someone else wouldn’t just point folks in the right direction. Surely there is place where the code lives that we can just comment out blog posts on the front page… right?

    And Littlecrown is right – it’s strange this theme doesn’t allow full customization of the homepage, like any other Genesis them I’ve used. Is it a trade secret? Or are you afraid that we’ll break the code? Seems like a simple enough answer for anyone that knows where to look? Just a file name would help!

    Please give a little direction on where to track down this hidden code. We’ve been trained to expect a certain level of excellence from genesis. I hope this remains to be earned.

    in reply to: How to change the #wrap for all pages but home? #77201

    ep_alex_henley
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    *BUMP*

    Nobody has any advice for me?

    in reply to: How to change the #wrap for all pages but home? #77030

    ep_alex_henley
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    Maybe something here?

    do_action( 'genesis_doctype' );
    do_action( 'genesis_title' );
    do_action( 'genesis_meta' );
    
    wp_head(); //* we need this for plugins
    ?>
    </head>
    <?php
    genesis_markup( array(
    	'html5'   => '<body %s>',
    	'xhtml'   => sprintf( '<body class="%s">', implode( ' ', get_body_class() ) ),
    	'context' => 'body',
    ) );
    do_action( 'genesis_before' );
    
    genesis_markup( array(
    	'html5'   => '<div %s>',
    	'xhtml'   => '<div id="wrap">',
    	'context' => 'site-container',
    ) );
    in reply to: How to change the #wrap for all pages but home? #77022

    ep_alex_henley
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    PS. I do know that my second piece of code won’t work… It’s just the best way I could think of to say what I want to accomplish.

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