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  • in reply to: Display Custom Menu Horizontally #73829

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    Well, the alignment can be fixed by adding:

    #header .genesis-nav-menu {
        float: right;
    }

    The dropdowns are a little more involved. Basically, you’ll want to look at the styles for the primary navigation. You should be able to find them around line 463 in style.css. Once you find them, you’re going to need to copy them and modify them a bit.

    They should all have something like #subnav li ul in the code. Instead of the items saying #subnav li ul, they would need to say #header li ul.

    This should get you started, but you might have to modify the code somewhat to get the look you’re after:

    https://gist.github.com/anonymous/7518893


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    in reply to: Genesis Responsive Slider jumping #73814

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    From what I can tell, you would want to do this:

    .sidebar-content #ez-feature-top-container {
        max-width: 100%;
    }

    and then change the width you’re using on the slider itself to something wider than the current width.


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    in reply to: Display Custom Menu Horizontally #73807

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    Adding something like this to your style.css file should do what you’re after:

    #header .menu-item {
        background: none;
        border: none;
        float: left;
        margin: 0;
        padding-bottom: 0;
    }

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    in reply to: Genesis Responsive Slider jumping #73800

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    You might want to check out Solioquy: http://bit.ly/1bRBDce

    It’s really the best slider plugin around. It’s fast, flexible, and lets you display just about any type of content you can think of in almost any format you can think of. I realize it’s not free, but IMO it’s well worth the small price you pay because of how much time you’ll save using it.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Facebook feed solutions #73742

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    Your best bet is probably to just use the widgets from Facebook. You can add this into a text widget or a page/post:

    https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/activity/


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Make Iframe scroll on responsive theme #73735

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    Take a look at this: https://gist.github.com/aarongustafson/1313517


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Prose & the Genesis Responsive Slider #73731

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    It looks like you’ve decided to remove the slider alltogether? If you’re having trouble with the default Genesis slider, I’d recommend you take a look at Soliloquy : http://bit.ly/1bRBDce

    It’s much easier to configure and has a bunch of really cool add-ons that let you do all sorts of cool stuff. It’s by far the best WordPress slider I’ve ever used.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: G. Resp. Slider custom content style #73725

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    If you don’t want to mess with any PHP and you’d just like to have an awesome slider on your site, I’d recommend you check out Soliloquy: http://bit.ly/1bRBDce

    It’s a lot easlier to work with than the Genesis slider plugins and it also loads extremely fast.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: SEO plugin for genesis framework is good or not #73709

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    I figured I’d just back up Aaron on this one… We recommend and use Yoast on literally every site we work on. It’s miles ahead of all the other WordPress SEO plugins and it’s also better than the built in Genesis SEO functionality.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Custom search form #73703

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    It looks like all you’re doing is changing the class of the submit button, but I could be missing something.

    If that’s all you’re doing, you probably can achieve what you’re trying to do another way, such as targeting the selector surrounding the form itself.

    If you’re set on doing it this way but without unhooking and rehooking the entire search form, you would want to write a filter targeting genesis_search_form and return a new version of $form.

    It would be easier to give you a good course of action if we could see the site you’re working on…


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Slider Auto Size Image #73686

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    The short answer is no. Take a look at Soliloquy if you need a silder that can do this: http://bit.ly/1bRBDce

    It’s a really awesome plugin and aside from having a ton of features it also loads extremely fast. I use it on almost every site that requires a slider of some kind.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: iOS 7 Agency Pro background not flush #73675

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    I’m not able to replicate this on the theme demo and your site seems to be down. If you can re-post a link to a live site where this is happening, everyone will have a much easier time debugging it.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Agency #73672

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    Doesn’t the latest version of Agency have this same effect?


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Post and Page Title Font Size in Sixteen Nine #73652

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    If you want to make the title smaller, you’ll want to look for this in your style.css file:

    .entry-title {
        font-size: 60px;
        font-size: 6rem;
        font-weight: 300;
        line-height: 1.2;
        text-align: center;
    }

    Change it to something like this:

    .entry-title {
        font-size: 40px;
        font-size: 4rem;
        font-weight: 300;
        line-height: 1.2;
        text-align: center;
    }

    Just change the font sizes to whatever you think will look better.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

    in reply to: Image responsive solution to improve performance #73628

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    I think you forgot to add a link?

    Anyway, I’ve used WP Smushit in the past, but it tends to cause some performance problems while the script is running , particuarlly if the API times out.


    CEO + Lead Developer at FAT Media. We also run a cool WordPress Podcast over at WP Bacon. Check us out! :)

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