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  • in reply to: Mag Pro: Include Logo in Primary Nav #71239

    ithacaindy
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    That gets rid of the menu item text but cuts my logo image vertically in half.

    in reply to: Mag Pro: Include Logo in Primary Nav #71200

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    It’s back.

    in reply to: Mag Pro: Include Logo in Primary Nav #71193

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    I delete the text in the Navigation Label, then save – but the menu item vanishes, along with the logo image.

    in reply to: Mag Pro: Include Logo in Primary Nav #71191

    ithacaindy
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    I have the image appearing as a class of the “home” menu, but the text “home” still appears behind the logo. How do I remove the text – or obscure it?

    Thanks, again.

    ithacaindy.com

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Body Margin and Fixed Header #70883

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    The .ORG site is not running Mag Pro yet. Development of Mag Pro is happening at the .COM site. The .com site is where I’m working on the static nav issue.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Body Margin and Fixed Header #70877

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    The #main descriptor doesn’t exist in the Magazine Pro style.css. When I added the block you suggested, there was no change.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Alt-Sidebar Not Appearing #70821

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    I fixed it. the .frontpage file was forcing the content-sidebar layout. I commented that out and the secondary sidebar appears.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Alt-Sidebar Not Appearing #70820

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    Interesting. The secondary sidebar appears on the single post page, but not the home page.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Alt-Sidebar Not Appearing #70819

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    ithacaindy.org. The Mag Pro theme will be online until noon eastern so you can check it out.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Alt-Sidebar Not Appearing #70814

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    Yep. That is the dev site – which works fine. On the live site with the exact same theme, the exact same plugins and the exact same widgets, the secondary sidebar does not appear nor does it show in the HTML source – meaning it is not even generated. I can switch to another child theme and the secondary sidebar of that theme appears.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Alt-Sidebar Not Appearing #70811

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    The sidebar appears fine on my dev server — ithacaindy.com. The problem is with my live server — ithacaindy.org –which because it is live has a different theme running most times. However, when I switch to Mag Pro, the secondary sidebar never appears. The secondary sidebar will appear in the “live” theme preview, but not after the theme is activated. When Mag Pro is activated it is running the stock child theme with no modifications.

    in reply to: Magazine Pro: Alt-Sidebar Not Appearing #70751

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    The secondary sidebar has only a widget which lists the recent posts. I’m using Firefox/firebug and the secondary sidebar appears neither in the HTML code nor the page output.

    The secondary-sidebar problem seems limited to the Magazine Pro child theme. I switched the live theme to Eleven40 Pro and both sidebars appear. I switch back to MP and only the main sidebar appears.

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    in reply to: Logo and Lifestyle Pro #65347

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    I just checked out your site on my iPhone and the logo adapts to the screen in portrait mode. However, when the phone is in landscape mode, the logo does not shrink and is cut off on the right. I believe there are some set points for the design, which essentially act as case statements. You just need to create a version of your logo that then is used when that screen size is used.

    in reply to: How to use position:fixed with Genesis 2.0 header? #42034

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    Thanks, Brad. A follow-up question: how do I get the main nav menu (.genesis-nav-menu?) to stick at the top, but place the submenu (also sticky) below it? Currently, if the submenu nav is populated, it grabs the top spot, obliterating my main menu.

     

     

    in reply to: Metro: Full Posts Won't Right-Align Photos #19262

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    Bingo! Image alignment works in the text editor.

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