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  • in reply to: Remove post date from Ambience Pro theme #115654

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    The remove_action snippet you originally tried is for XHTML themes. If your theme is HTML5 then it won’t work. You could try this one instead:

    remove_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_post_info', 12 );

    If you want that just for the posts on the home page then you’ll need to implement it with a conditional check. Brad Dalton covers lots of cases here:

    http://wpsites.net/web-design/modify-post-info-genesis/

    in reply to: ACF Nested Repeater Fields and Genesis #115653

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    This sounds like a question for the ACF folks. Have you tried posting over there?

    in reply to: Adding CPT to Genesis Post #115652

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    I don’t know how you have your CPT set up but it might need to be ‘event’ not ‘events’.

    in reply to: Post Info won't go away #114749

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    I dealt with something similar recently too and IIRC in our case, it had to do with an add_filter('genesis_post_info' ... statement being used in some conditionals on the front page. See if you’ve turned on that filter elsewhere; if so, trying using the remove_filter to turn it off.

    in reply to: Can no longer change theme #114574

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    This isn’t definitive, but Sucuri is coming back saying that your site has been hacked. :-(

    http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/visit-sweden.eu/

    in reply to: Displaying content from plugin, across other sites #113434

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    I think the iframe idea is probably easiest but you may want to reach out to the plugin developer to see what they suggest; they’re going to be a better resource for this, probably, than the folks around here.

    in reply to: Need Help Please!! #113104

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    @Tarifs-postaux, you should never edit the core Genesis files directly; please don’t touch your comments.php file or you will lose your edits when you upgrade Genesis (and you could unintentionally cause something else to quit working).

    Here are a bunch of code snippets from StudioPress that cover making a lot of these standard changes:

    http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/comments/

    To change “Leave a comment” you can add this to your functions.php file (obviously you’ll always want to create a backup first in case something goes wrong, you can restore it using FTP):

    
    //* Modify the comment link text in comments
    add_filter( 'genesis_post_info', 'sp_post_info_filter' );
    function sp_post_info_filter( $post_info ) {
    	return '[post_comments zero="Laissez un commentaire!" one="1 commentaire" more="% commentaires"]';
    }

    BTW, your English is great. ;-)

    in reply to: Genesis landing page help #106402

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    Yes to all that Andrea said, and to add further:

    It seems like you are actually understanding things quite well.

    The way that a parent and child theme work together is, if a file exists in the child theme directory, it will take precedence over the same file that is in the parent. Your child theme should always have many fewer files than what are in the parent because the parent theme – Genesis – is what’s running the show.

    The reason that the Genesis (parent) files should never be edited is because those files are overwritten whenever you install an update to Genesis. It’s just like how WordPress core should never be edited. All customizations should be done to the child theme (and oddly, just as Andrea said, there’s a really easy way to implement the tracking codes that were added to those Genesis files, so it’s a bit of a head-scratcher why a developer would do it any differently).

    in reply to: Genesis landing page help #105779

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    @streak, you do have FTP access to your server, correct? That’s really your key to move forward with all of this. Or is this developer also providing hosting for the site? You said that you haven’t been given the stylesheet, but even if they’ve modified your WP admin screen to prevent access to that, it’s still on the server which you could retrieve via FTP, or from this link:

    http://www.mulliganfunding.com/wp-content/themes/mulll/style.css

    Or maybe I’m missunderstanding what you mean when you say they won’t give it to you?

    To ask you again what Tom was asking:

    Is there a landing page template in the “mulli” theme folder on your server? Log on via FTP and navigate to the wp-content/themes/mulli/ directory and see if there’s a file called page_landing.php in there – that’s what you would want to edit. You should also be able to find this through the WP admin screens, if they haven’t been modified: Go to Appearance -> Editor and choose the Mulli theme from the dropdown menu at the top right. The list of theme files will appear down the righthand column. If you don’t have a “landing page” template there, then copy it in from the Minimum Pro theme and assign that to your test page.

    in reply to: Genesis Hooks #105747

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    You can either add a class to the image and define it in your stylesheet, or style the image with a div in your text widget, something like:

    <div style="padding-top:150px;"><img src="http://faga.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/FAGA-Sidebar.jpg" alt="home page image"></div>

    in reply to: Genesis Hooks #105626

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    I think an easier way of doing what you want is to place your image in the sidebar itself using the Widgets screen. You can put the img tag into a text widget and style it from there or add a class to it. If you only want the image on the home screen then you can use a plugin like Widget Logic to specify which one(s).

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-logic/

    in reply to: Genesis Hooks #105562

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    The genesis_sidebar hook is associated with your sidebar div, so that’s where things will be positioned. If you want to position something in a different place, you probably need a different hook.

    Can you post a link to your site and describe exactly what you’re trying to do?

    in reply to: Moving code in functions to a plugin #105557

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    This post might be a good place to start:

    http://designsbynickthegeek.com/tutorials/your-first-plugin

    in reply to: Center Image in Widget #105167

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    So the problem is that the style you have defined on the textwidget class is taking precedence on all images that you place in any textwidget. What you might need to do is define a style for use on those little flower accent images and take the float: left off of the textwidget level. I tried playing with things like the !important tag on the book class that you have and couldn’t get it to work based on the current hierarchy. Sorry that I didn’t have an easy answer for you! I’m no CSS whiz so maybe someone else will pop in and see the solution.

    in reply to: Center Image in Widget #105166

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    Sorry – wait – that’s going to mess up the other layout you’ve got with the little accent images. Let me look at this for a moment.

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