Jen Baumann

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  • in reply to: Genesis Search Results #6469

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    My apologies. That should go in functions.php. Most code posted like that would go in that file unless otherwise specified. I do notice that the h1 tags I added to that code were removed. You can add them back in around the words Search Results.

    in reply to: Widen only one page in lifestyle #6425

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    You can adjust any element for just that page using the body class Brian defined in his tutorial.

    .custom-landing .whatever-element {
    }

    in reply to: Simple Social Icons Widget – Title Background Cropped #6397

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    Thanks for sharing!

    in reply to: Widget areas are combining #6396

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    You mean you want 2 separate green boxes instead of 2 widgets in one green box?

    If so you need to move the styling of home-feature-sidebar to home-feature-sidebar .widget.

    in reply to: Genesis Search Results #6391

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    You can try this:

    /* Add Extra Page Title on Search */
    add_action( 'genesis_before_loop', 'search_title');
    function search_title() {
    if ( is_search() ) {
    echo 'Search Results';
    }
    }

    I’m not sure I’d use an h1 though. Your search results title will be the same no matter what is searched for. I usually use an h4 and style it.

    in reply to: Insert Logo in Agency Header #6386

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    The Agency Theme uses the custom header function located under Appearance > Header.

    in reply to: locating element.style #6385

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    The inline styles are output as part of the plugin. You’re probably looking at .ufo-form-submit-success & .ufo-form-submit-failure and will have to override the inline styles in your stylesheet.

    .ufo-form-submit-success, .ufo-form-submit-failure {
    something: something !important;
    }

    in reply to: How to add a custom class #6302

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    Glad that worked! You’re very welcome!

    in reply to: Featured Page Widget missing page dropdown menu #6248

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    Yes, that is a good suggestion!

    in reply to: Featured Page Widget missing page dropdown menu #6246

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    Have you tried deactivating plugins to see if that solves the issue?

    in reply to: making responsive theme, non-responsive #6195

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    Yeah, commenting out the responsive when changing to max-width 960px isn’t going to completely do it. You’ll have to adjust widths elsewhere since many of the widths adjustments are also in the responsive part.

    in reply to: making responsive theme, non-responsive #6187

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    You also need to remove the viewport metatag from functions.php

    /** Add Viewport meta tag for mobile browsers */
    add_action( 'genesis_meta', 'executive_add_viewport_meta_tag' );
    function executive_add_viewport_meta_tag() {
    echo '';
    }

    in reply to: End of the World Plans #6175

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    I’m baking cookies :)

    Happy Birthday to your Dad, Nick!

    in reply to: Footer font color – Balance #6127

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    Yes, the footer and the footer widgets would need different css.

    I don’t see that other code working on your site at all. This works for me just fine in Firebug:
    #footer-widgets a, #footer-widgets a:visited {
    color: #444444;
    text-decoration: none;
    }

    Edit: I just looked at your stylesheet. Your separator is likely causing an issue as it isn’t a proper comment for a stylesheet. Look at the sections above that use comments like:
    /* Responsive Design
    ------------------------------------------------------------ */

    I suggest using firebug. It’s an invaluable tool for looking at the HTML source of your site as well as the css. It will even let you test changes before making them live. http://www.studiopress.com/tips/using-firebug.htm

    in reply to: Footer font color – Balance #6003

    Jen Baumann
    Keymaster

    It would be
    #footer a,
    #footer a:visited {
    color: #C31900;
    font-weight: normal;
    text-decoration: underline;
    }

    Then, change the color to what you would like.

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