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wp101 actually suggests that users share their login with clients. I've thought and thought and re-thought this.
Easy WP Guide (http://easywpguide.com/) is a light weight guide through WP that offers several formats: A rather large file for doc. and pdf (20 mgs plus) or iPad, Nook or Kindle.
They update for major changes and have older versions available. They tell us this is NOT a profound guide nor a way to work on themes.
Mostly clients want to know how to add an image, widget, page or post. Widgets can be complicated for some of them.
Thank you, Brad. I had been looking at that one. The reviews made me nervous, but I will try it on sandbox sites and find out for myself.April 1, 2013 at 8:00 am in reply to: You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page #32420
I get the little message that I don't have permission, but when I refresh the page after logging in, I'm always logged in. I will bookmark the login recommended by Nick to see if that 'takes'. Otherwise, I know how to get in.
I could get your navigation to work, Amesbury. If I linger on Services, the dropdown shows up, but sometimes it takes long enough for the Kindle to ask me about other tasks. The links in the dropdown work.
I hope this can be smoothed out soon. I want to use this theme!
I haven't a technical answer for you, but the site is working for me in Firefox on the laptop. The header image is 'live' and takes you to the test home page.
I do have troubles with the dropdown on my Kindle Fire.
It may be the Kindle, but I'm not pleased with the mobile results on my own site using Quattro. I want the sidebar to show up and I can't get it to 'shrink' sufficiently.
Of four sites I've been looking at on the Kindle (no smart phone available) this morning, Prose is the only theme that is looking good to me.
We have had a great day. Our kids are all grown and scattered around the Country. This year, the family that lives in Georgia did the traveling. We met them at the home of the family in Kansas City and did our gifting on Friday. Then, they traveled to Wyoming to see more family They will be back through here on their home. At this house, there are only two peeps, many cats and a dog inside. Some horses and chickens in their own abodes.
I shopped online, but had much of it shipped to me because I have 3 new grandchildren and it was important to their heart mom/our daughter that they have something wrapped and mailed from US, not Amazon. Our dau. married a widower with three teenagers 2 yrs ago and changed the grandchildren equation from 6 to 9! I bought books and tested the statement from the post office "if it fits in the box, it goes for one price." The lady at the PO said "You really got your money's worth." I shipped everything that was a tangible. Some of them, especially the traveling ones, like cash and one family chooses a zoo membership.
The only store aisle gifts were the little things for the mail man, garbage man and other delivery peeps.
We are much blessed and looking forward to 2013.
It is cold and windy here, but no snow. I roasted marshmallows in the fireplace. The chickens were really a mass Grinch and only left one egg today! I'm going to send them a card about the joys of SOUP!
Thank you, AnitaC. I'm going to look forward to trying it out.
Scratch this question. I just saw it in real life. Probably an activate/deactivate action. Do you use the simple hooks plugin with the plain genesis plugin? Or just one?
And please, if anything moves from this thread, take me with you. I'm just getting a good start.
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I'm doing as you suggested -- starting by simply putting something in a hook box to see where it turns up! It's working better and better!
Thank you again for the encouragement.
A wonderful woman posted this in the old forum
// Template Name: noTitle
// Remove the page title
remove_action( 'genesis_post_title', 'genesis_do_post_title' );
I can't get in there to get her name and give her credit, but the little php works for me. I upload the save php page to the theme and schzam I have a different page template that says no title. I suppose you could name it something cuter, but I'm the one who sees it.
I've done the quick and dirty method of leaving the page title blank. You can change the permalink. But, if there are very many, keeping track of them leads to stress (that's putting it mildly).
We share the opinion about Genesis. And that fast, solid, dependable, (even if not too much bling) is what I want to offer. A basic website that is functional, but not totally ugly. I enjoy tinkering with the css to get a little more unique. I'm going to push on those hooks because I sometimes need something there.
Maybe one of these days I'll wake up with a php revelation and be more comfortable working in the php files.
Thanks again for the encouragement.
Thank you, Ron. I'll keep trying. I have used Hooks in Thesis before and prefer to work with them, even though sometimes the 'physics' escapes me. I just haven't had any success with Genesis yet.December 14, 2012 at 5:15 pm in reply to: What do people use for affiliate like incentives? User kickbacks? #5291
Have you looked into something like ejunkie.com? It works for digital and 'real' products and perhaps services. I haven't used it for a product of mine for several years, but I do have an affiliate account that connects to other people/businesses.
I've had success with Gravity forms when I use a custom CSS editor. Gravity's forums are extremely helpful as well.
Thank you! I have just gotten to the point where I want to try to 'create' my own child theme. Your beautiful Nameless theme will be an inspiration. I will credit your art in this theme whenever I use it.