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As a fellow speed-freak, I second the Pingdom recommendation. There is a similar tool built into Firebug for Firefox and Chrome.
I’ve completed the external design. I took the 1.9 Sample child theme, set it for full page, created two columns, subdivided one into a splash and then a blog, and used the second for our sidebar.
Perfect! The StudioPress community again comes to the rescue. Thanks.
nyindy.com. I use firebug.
The goal is to take a post’s featured image, display it on the frontpage with styling close to that of the genesis slider. There would never be a slideshow – just one featured photo. Since there is already a feature built into WordPress for obtaining the featured image, I’d like to stay away from adding js plugins, if possible. The ultimate goal is to reduce the number of js and database calls on the front page.
The creeping “share me” area at the top does become a little annoying. There is likely a better position for it.
Update: the warning goes away when I navigate away from the homepage (for example, to /members). Hope this narrows down the possible fix.
I deactivated all plugins, except BuddyPress, switched to the default WordPress theme and the warning still appears. I’ll keep my customized Genesis News theme online so you can check it out today: http://www.ithacaindy.com.
Sorry, doesn’t work. Is the only way to get what I’d like the genesis loop?
Didn’t work. The post meta does appear at the bottom of posts displayed using Nick’s plugin, however. How do I move the post meta above the post titles’ headlines via GFWA?
The function does fine inside the loop (i.e. on the full post) but does not appear outside the loop. I’m using the Genesis Featured Widget Amplified to handle posts outside the loop, in a custom sidebar.
I fixed the title text issue by putting a display:none in the title a css. The main problem was fixed by changing to Firefox.
I’ve tracked the problem down to the Chrome browser. I disabled all plugins. In Chrome (23.0.1271.64), and Genesis 1.8.x or 1.9 beta the sidebars won’t respond to clicks in the admin area. However, I switched to Firefox and the problem didn’t appear.
There is another issue (for which I filed a support ticket) of being unable to remove the title text and description text in the custom header set-up. I unselect the title/description text for the header, press ‘save’, and the checkbox is reenabled and the text is back. This happens in both Chrome and Firefox, Genesis 1.8.x and 1.9 beta.
So, I can duplicate index.php, rename the duplicate tag.php, and WordPress will use that as my default layout? Currently index.php is simple a php block with a comment. I should be able to replace that comment with my own layout?