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  • in reply to: Mobile websites, what are you using? #18050

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    Hey, annoying crappy mobile site spam guy, nobody cares. Go away.


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

    in reply to: sidebar widgets #18045

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    I hope this doesn’t sound rude, but if you’re having  trouble editing a CSS file, you might want to consider hiring a professional to customize your theme for you.

    You could also take a look at something like  the Genesis Extender Plugin: http://genesis.extenderplugin.com/

    I don’t personally use or recommend it, but a lot of people like the fact that it makes it easier to edit different aspects of your child theme.


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

    in reply to: Mobile websites, what are you using? #18036

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    Use responsive design. Period.

    There are some cases where a separate mobile site is still the best option, but as web technology advances these situations are getting more rare every day.

    For most people on this forum, there’s no reason to create a separate mobile site. This is especially true when you consider that there are so many great responsive Genesis themes already available.

    Responsive design is the future. As we continue to develop the technique, it will be combined with server-side technology more and more. The goal is to create a seamless user experience that is device agnostic. You may as well get used to working this way now.


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

    in reply to: Import Listings into Agentpress #18030

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    There are a number of ways you could do this, but all of them would require a little custom work.

    If I were going to do it, I would probably convert the CSV into a MySQL file using something like http://www.convertcsvtomysql.com/ and make sure all the fields match up to the AgentPress post type and taxonomy data that you’ve created.

    Another option would be to try using a CSV Importing plugin such as http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/csv-importer/

    I’m sure there will probably be some headaches involved with that as well. Have you considered using any of the MLS integrations for WordPress?


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

    in reply to: Genesis 1.9 mobile menu #15526

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    I wrote a genesis mobile menu tutorial for this a few weeks back. I’m planning on following it up with some more guidence on styling the menu soon. If you have any questions you can ask in the comments on my post! :)


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

    in reply to: Thin border around images #9601

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    Ah, alright. I was wondering if maybe I was going crazy there for a minute… LoL


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

    in reply to: Thin border around images #9600

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    I’m not seeing any border other than what you’ve added in photoshop. There is a bit of padding around the images though.

    If you edit this line:

    img.centered,
    img.alignleft,
    img.alignright,
    img.alignnone,
    .post-image,
    .wp-caption {

        background: #FFFFFF;
        border: none;
        padding: 1px;

    }

    to look like this:

    img.centered,
    img.alignleft,
    img.alignright,
    img.alignnone,
    .post-image,
    .wp-caption {

        border: none;

    }

    You should see that 1px white line removed.


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

    in reply to: Thin border around images #9597

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    Could you please post a link to your site so we can debug?


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

    in reply to: Site for an Animal Resuce in Tampa, FL #9335

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    Thanks for the feedback guys! I’ve also implemented Relevanssi and conditionally limited the search box to ensure searches return the correct results. So far everything seems to be working correctly! :)


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

    in reply to: Site for an Animal Resuce in Tampa, FL #9230

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    Thanks for the feedback. After looking at it again, I think you were right so I’ve added a bit of padding to those text boxes and updated the content slightly to fit in a little better.

    We’re also creating some nice sidebar graphics to encourage people to donate and putting together a custom donation page so that people can donate directly on the site instead of just having a PayPal button. :)


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

    in reply to: News Theme – Combine Header Image Into Spirit #9130

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    It looks like you’re using the custom header image. Go to the Appearance -> Header menu and remove it.

    Once you’re removed the custom header image, you can then update your style.css file withe the code you’ve written above. Just delete line 2. and you should be good to go.

    Here’s a post about editing the custom header image if you want to check it out: http://www.magnet4marketing.net/2010/12/18/how-to-add-custom-header-logo-to-studiopress-premium-wordpress-themes/


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

    in reply to: call to action button in education theme #6718

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    You can do this:
    #home-featured .call-to-action .more-link {
    float:right;
    }

    From there you’ll probably have to adjust the placement some, but that should at least get it fitting into the call to action space.


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

    in reply to: Remove Email Newsletter RSS icon #6717

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    You should see it on or around line 1257. Change it to this:

    .enews {

    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;

    }


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

    in reply to: Minimum Theme – Extend Navigation Width Outside Wrap #6712

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    You can try changing:

    #wrap {

        background-color: #FFFFFF;
        margin: 0 auto;
        overflow: hidden;
        padding: 0 10px;
        width: 960px;

    }

    To this:

    #wrap {

        background-color: #FFFFFF;
        margin: 0 auto;
        overflow: visible;
        padding: 0 10px;
        width: 960px;

    }

    But you may wind up with some other display issues doing that. Give it a shot and see if it causes any problems. If you do have problems post them up and I’ll help you debug.


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

    in reply to: Custom Text Color Responsive Slider #6709

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    Try:

    .home .genesis-responsive-slider .slide-excerpt {
    background-color: transparent;
    }

    .home .genesis-responsive-slider h2,
    .home .genesis-responsive-slider h2 a {
    color: #ffffff;
    font-size: 28px;
    }

     


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

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