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Yes, refer –
1. This is the recommended method.
2. For newly uploaded images, they will re-size automatically. However, for old images you can install regenerate thumbnails plugin. Run this plugin, it will resize images automatically http://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/
1. Go to Genesis > Theme Settings
2. Click on ‘Content Archives’ section.
3. Select Display Post Content option.
4. Enter number of characters like 200 in ‘limit content’ box.
Using above option instead of excerpts should display read more button.
In that case, you can use lightbox functionality. When users clicks on thumbnail image, it opens in pop-up window while original post page is still there. This plugin should be good for this – http://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-lightbox/
February 27, 2014 at 6:33 am in reply to: Do you have feedback about this site? It uses Runway theme. #92654
Look very neat and presentable. Few things you can work on:
1. Too much white space in logo area, maybe add stylish background image to cover up.
2. Try bolder font styling for phone number in navigation bar.
3. Add some top margin in responsive slider, just like it has on other sides.
4. Add background color with bolder font to appointments area to make it stand out.
Best of luck!
1. Create post for ‘sydney’, add thumbnail photos related to sydney into it. Set featured image for sydney page. Similarly create other posts with specific featured images.
2. Assign all these posts one category, when you open that category page – it will show featured image for every post.
3. For displaying them in thumbnail columns format, you can use http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-grid-loop/
Use this – http://sridharkatakam.com/filterable-portfolio-genesis/
Use Genesis Theme with in-built portfolio functionality that can be used as gallery
By default if thumbnail image next to post excerpts is clicked, it will open that post with photo and not the original size of photo in attachment page. Are you trying to achieve something other than this?
Yup, clear cache. Also, you may open different browser to check website favicon / use proxy site to pull latest website content. Lastly, you may use favicon plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/search.php?q=favicon
February 26, 2014 at 8:49 am in reply to: How do I create "Contact Us" page to look like Exec Pro demo "Contact Us" page #92470
1. For contact form you can use free Contact Form 7 plugin (one of the best). However, Genesis theme demo is using premium Gravity forms plugin.
2. To add enews form, create widget area for contact us page using this tutorial – http://www.nutsandboltsmedia.com/how-to-add-a-widget-area-to-a-page-using-genesis/
Set specific post as “sticky” by enabling sticky option for it in posts section of WordPress Dashboard. By default, it should appear at top of blog posts if you are not using widgetized homepage. Otherwise making special widget area in next best option.
Can you specify which plugin is being used for displaying social buttons?
As such, you can use this plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/floating-social-bar/ It beautifully displays buttons under post title and is highly optimized for faster loading.