Jamie Mitchell

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  • in reply to: Sidebars drop below content & full width responsive? #155797

    Jamie Mitchell
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    not necessary, but thanks

    happy you have everything working again for you.


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    in reply to: Sidebars drop below content & full width responsive? #155795

    Jamie Mitchell
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    ok, your sidebar should be back to normal now

    i found a closing ‘</div>’ in the sidebar widget but no opening div !!!

    just one div that is left open will cause the issue your having

    also found 2 of ‘</div>’ in the courses page, but only one opening div, so same issue

    there could be a few floating around

    try and use the editor in html mode when possible, takes a while to get used to but is better.


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    in reply to: Sidebars drop below content & full width responsive? #155783

    Jamie Mitchell
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    that’s the weirdest thing

    and on other pages it’s worse ! the secondary sidebar is duplicated,

    i can take a quick look in WordPress for you if you like, only take a moment, add me as a user with admin privileges and shoot me the logins via my site (then you can just delete it after)


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    in reply to: Force Content Sidebar on Agentpress home page: #155776

    Jamie Mitchell
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    what about just using the regular loop and sidebar, no widgets except featured and footer ?

    so hero image and featured widgets at top

    then regular loop/blog posts with sidebar

    then footer widgets as normal …


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    Jamie Mitchell
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    awesome !


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    in reply to: Sidebars drop below content & full width responsive? #155774

    Jamie Mitchell
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    the secondary sidebar should be inside the ‘.site-inner’ div but not inside the main ‘.content’

    yours in right out site the ‘.site-inner’ for some reason

    so you overrided all theme files, including the functions?

    are you using any Genesis plugins, if so deactivate them

    also try re-setting the Genesis settings

    also noticed your ‘site-footer’ is outside the ‘site-container’ which is also wrong

    so some alteration must be causing this

    also try activating the Genesis theme itself, not the sample theme

    do all of the above 1 at a time, checking as you go, until you find the culprit.

    keep me posted


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    in reply to: 3 widget titles in 3 colors #155770

    Jamie Mitchell
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    Thanks Diane :)


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    in reply to: 3 widget titles in 3 colors #155702

    Jamie Mitchell
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    Hi Diane

    here is the css for those c0lor changes, this goes in your stylesheet or however you are adding your css

    
    #black-studio-tinymce-2 .widgettitle {
      background-color: #d25a8a;
    }
    
    #black-studio-tinymce-3 .widgettitle {
      background-color: #b9a38e;
    }
    
    #black-studio-tinymce-4 .widgettitle {
      background-color: #ffccdb;
    }
    

    just a note though, those widgets have numbers as they are on your site, but if the numbers change, you will need to change the css as well to match the number.


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    in reply to: 3 widget titles in 3 colors #155695

    Jamie Mitchell
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    hi there

    this can easily be done with a little css

    what are the colors you want the 3 titles to be?


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    in reply to: What am I doing wrong with this Javascript + Genesis? #155694

    Jamie Mitchell
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    hey there

    in order to include any script on a site you need to use ‘wp_enqueue_script’

    for example you can add this to your functions.php

    
    add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'jm_enqueue_disqus_scripts' );
    function jm_enqueue_disqus_scripts() {
    
    	wp_enqueue_script( 'disqus-script', get_bloginfo( 'stylesheet_directory' ) . '/js/disqus.js', array( 'jquery' ), '1.0.0', true );
     	
    }
    

    and add your script ‘disqus.js’ to a folder ‘js’ in your theme directory.

    this will then call your script on every page.


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    in reply to: Force Content Sidebar on Agentpress home page: #155692

    Jamie Mitchell
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    hey there

    the home page widgets on AgentPress are added outside of the “main” content.

    now the widget areas could be moved to the main content, so the content/sidebar configuration can be used

    but as the theme was not designed for this, some other areas could break, namely the widget areas which are designed for a full width of the page.

    did you require all the widgets to be in the main content, or just say the “home-top” widget area ?


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    in reply to: Genesis Featured Posts – Custom Post Types #155678

    Jamie Mitchell
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    custom post types are great in templates but what studionoobly wants to do is have them show in the Genesis Featured Posts

    here is some info that could be useful

    http://wpgarage.com/plugins/getting-genesis-use-custom-post-types-taxonomies-featured-post-widget/


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    Jamie Mitchell
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    ok, how is this to get you started, it will only show content to logged in users, if not logged in will show a notice.

    i don’t know the conditionals for users of a specific type, but this should get you on the right track.

    add_action( ‘genesis_meta’, ‘custom_page_genesis_meta’ );
    function custom_page_genesis_meta() {

    	
    if ( is_user_logged_in() ) {
    	
    	   return;
    	
      } else {
    	
    	   remove_action( 'genesis_entry_content', 'genesis_do_post_content' );
               add_action( 'genesis_entry_content', 'show_awesome_notice' );
    		 
      }
    		
    }
    
    function show_awesome_notice() {
    	echo 'Sorry but this page is restricted to logged in users only. ';
    }
    

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    in reply to: CSS Help for Featured Posts #155642

    Jamie Mitchell
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    hi there

    on the example site they have simply added the class of one-fourth to the widgets

    i have not used the Widget CSS classes plugin, but assuming you can just add your own classes?

    will you be having 3 posts in that section or 4 like the example site?


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    in reply to: Genesis Featured Posts – Custom Post Types #155640

    Jamie Mitchell
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    not that i know of

    there is that plugin, genesis featured posts extended

    as this is a genesis specific plugin, i would no be concerned about using it, genesis plugins are very good and meant to extend the functionality of genesis, don’t think of them as a typical plugin, more of an add on.


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