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  • in reply to: Parallax Pro: Site Title Capitalization #116030

    jodzeee
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    Probably because it’s part of the design of the theme … it’s “a look” :-)

    Please mark this as resolved.

    in reply to: Center footer widget on small screens #115531

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    Ahhhh! I didn’t even look there, I knew it’d be something easy!

    I thought I’d need to override it in CSS because that’s what I had to do to make the font size and padding work since I also have them showing at the top.

    I played around with the width and floats to no avail (I couldn’t find anywhere the float was changed to none for the footer widgets).

    Thanks much!

    in reply to: Agency Pro homepage image #115482

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    I don’t know if this is the best way, but you can hide the image on other pages using this CSS (and add the class for other templates, as needed).

    .page-template-default .backstretch {
    	display:none;
    }

    Perhaps there’s a way to add code to functions.php to remove backstretch from all pages except for the home page.

    in reply to: Background Color Under Image in Slider #115456

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    You should be able to put that CSS in the theme’s CSS. You’ll want to avoid making changes to a plugin’s CSS because when plugins get updated, it will likely overwrite your customizations.

    in reply to: Minimum Pro background #115442

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    I think a couple things are happening here … first of all, the image is blurry and pixelated at a large size to begin with.

    http://charlestoncornhole.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/cclheader2.jpg

    I’m not sure the optimal size for this, but I’ve used 1920 × 1280 with good results. You should start with an image at least that size, if it’s larger, you can size it down. If you start with something smaller and enlarge it, you can expect it to be blurry/pixelated.

    The other thing I think that is making it larger than you want it to be is that your image is not very tall so I assume the script is trying to fill the browser both in height and width, making it look even larger in width than you intend.

    My advice is to find an image for the background that is at least 1920 × 1280 and place your logo on that, then optimize it for web (e.g., in Photoshop) to compress it so you’re not loading a huge file. Hopefully you have a vector version of the logo to place on the background so it will look crisp to begin with.

    Hope that makes sense!

    in reply to: Minimum Pro background #115419

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    It would be helpful if you’d add an image for us to see and be more specific about what’s wrong with it.


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    I think you forgot to close the div in your function.

    in reply to: Metro Pro – widget area header #115415

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    The CSS that’s controlling it is:

    .widget {
    margin-bottom: 32px;
    margin-bottom: 3.2rem;
    word-wrap: break-word;
    }

    But changing that might change other widgets you don’t necessarily want to change, so you can be more specific:

    .header-widget-area .widget {
    margin-bottom: 32px;
    }

    Here’s a tutorial on finding and changing your CSS

    http://www.studiopress.com/tips/using-firebug.htm

    in reply to: Background Color Under Image in Slider #115408

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    Since you’re modifying the CSS that’s defined in a plugin, you have to make sure the styles you’re defining take precedence. There are various ways to do this.

    .home-slider .flexslider {
    background: black;
    }

    or

    .flexslider {
    background: black !important;
    }

    Or you could try adding code to functions.php to remove your theme’s stylesheet, then load it after all plugins.

    These articles will help you understand the various methods:

    http://www.web-savvy-marketing.com/2013/09/css-basics-genesis-framework/

    http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/36409/why-wont-child-themes-style-css-override-plugins-css

    http://www.carriedils.com/woocommerce-genesis-important-style/


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    For #2 – remove the background color of .site-container, then add it to .content and .sidebar-primary. You’ll need to adjust the padding as well.

    For #4 – look in your CSS toward the bottom in the Media Queries (which controls what happens when browser size changes) for this and change the padding:

    .site-footer {
    padding: 24px;
    }
    in reply to: Background Color Under Image in Slider #115304

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    This is the CSS that is controlling the background color.

    .flexslider {
    background: #fff;
    position: relative;
    zoom: 1;
    }
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    in reply to: Parallax Pro: Site Title Capitalization #115303

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    In your CSS, look for this:

    .site-title {
    font-family: Montserrat, sans-serif;
    font-size: 30px;
    font-weight: 400;
    letter-spacing: 1px;
    line-height: 1;
    margin-bottom: 0;
    text-transform: uppercase;
    }

    and then delete the text-transform line (or change it from uppercase to normal)

    in reply to: Removed Title Link from Slider Excerpt – Executive Pro #115228

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    I don’t know the answer, but if you don’t find an answer here, you might ask at the support page for the plugin:

    http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/genesis-responsive-slider

    … and please report back to help others who might have the same question :-)

    in reply to: Centric Pro Widget Images #115216

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    Sorry … since you mentioned it was in a widget, I thought you knew where to find them, but didn’t know how to change them.

    Start by reading the setup instructions here:

    http://my.studiopress.com/setup/centric-pro-theme/

    The link wasn’t to a plugin, but rather, instructions on how to use icons similar to what’s already being used, if you wish. If your question is just on where to change them, you can disregard that.

    in reply to: Gallery of audio files #114761

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    Thanks Brad. For now I might just go with a plugin that creates a simple playlist instead of getting fancy with it. The client has 20+ audio clips, so it’s probably more digestible as a playlist.

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