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  • in reply to: How to show single Woocommerce Product on Homepage? #78546

    kelmom
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    [product id="99"] (where 99 is the product id number) only pulled up the thumbnail and add-to-cart button. I needed the full product page.

    So, I discovered there were two ways to go about this (both really easy).

    1st — plugin shortcode [product_page id="99"] — this will give the FULL product page.

    OR

    in your home.php file insert this manual shortcode:

    <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[product_page id="31"]‘); ?>

    You would be surprised how long it took me to get what was in reality a super simple answer! I think I was over-complicating things… because I couldn’t find what I needed within the first few Google searches.


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Your Opinion on Jetpack #74501

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    Because Jetpack will auto install tools that you may not need. This could slow down your site and/or be labor intensive on your server. At least, that has been my experience. :)


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Expose Pro Theme – Display menu all the time? #65072

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    Hmmm… that’s strange. I tried it out and it worked for me. Your site is offline at the moment. As soon as it is back online, I will take a look and troubleshoot. :)


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Eleven40 Pro Banner #64830

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    Oh good! I’m so glad I could help! :)


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Eleven40 Pro Banner #64795

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    Hmmm…. what about if you did something like this:

    if( is_page($page) || is_front_page() )
    echo ‘<div class=”home-banner”>

    Would that work? It’s kind of like saying if page AND front page….


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Expose Pro Theme – Display menu all the time? #64784

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    Hello!

    The way the original nav is supposed to function with this theme is that it shows up upon slight scroll of the window. So, in order to get it to stay up at the top at all times, you will need to edit this file:

    wp-content/themes/expose-pro/js/sticky-menu.js

    Clear out the code and copy and paste this instead:

    jQuery(function( $ ){
    $(“.nav-primary”).fadeIn();
    });

    Save the file.

    Your nav will fade in on page load and will be visible at all times.

    I hope this helps! :)


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Eleven40 Pro Banner #64782

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    Hi Jen! The site is super cute! :)

    How about using is_page instead?

    Like this:

    is_page($page);

    This should get it to show up on all pages.

    I hope this helps!

    ~Kellie


    ~Kellie~

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    in reply to: Genesis child themes are cool enough? #64002

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    You can easily add a portfolio page template to any theme.

    I have written half a dozen tutorials about how to do this which includes the code which is tested and works.

    Okay? Well, of course there’s always the DIY option. That’s kind of a “no brainer” don’t you think? There are dozens of tutorials out there on how to build a portfolio page in WordPress. However, if i’m going to add all of these extra things in, what do I need the Genesis theme for? I can work with the 2013 WordPress default.

    I’m simply saying that it would be nice for Studiopress to offer something above the competition or shoot — even something above what the standard default 2013 WordPress theme offers. I mean, even the default WordPress theme now has HTML5 and mobile-responsiveness built in.

    My suggestions are not meant to be taken personally. I think every good company always strives to stay ahead of or at least with the curve in some way. Honest customer feedback is part of that process, right?

    The team is obviously talented beyond belief. No question there.


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Genesis child themes are cool enough? #63871

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    I definitely agree. The current designs aren’t bad, they’ve just become a bit boring. The current design trend is “flat — Windows 8″ type design. It feels a bit overplayed to me. Also, would love to have more custom page templates included in the design– like a portfolio, etc.

    I’ve said it before and i’ll say it again, if the designs kicked up a notch and additional features and functionality were added, I would gladly pay a yearly membership fee.


    ~Kellie~


    kelmom
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    Is there an open div or is the meta element closed as it should be –> /> ?

    itemscope is an html5 element used with metadata.


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: "Aftern the deadline" plug in #53769

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    Perfect! Contact the customer service at Blue Host and tell them that your website is down. They should be able to get it back up and running for you. :)


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Making visual changes to different pages #53767

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    Try :

    span.comments .tags {
    float: right;
    }

    Does that do anything?

    Individual pages or individual posts? Do you mean that if someone clicks on a post on the front page, then you don’t want ‘genesis_post_info’ or ‘post_info_filter’ to show?


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: "Aftern the deadline" plug in #53764

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    Where are you hosting your site? Are you using shared hosting?


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: Making visual changes to different pages #53754

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    Did you clear your cache? Or do you have a caching plugin active while making changes? If you do, then it will be hard for you to see the changes you have made on your site because the site will reflect the cached page.

    If you want, post your URL and I can help troubleshoot. :)

    Here is the code that is making the double line separator between posts:

    .post {
    border-bottom: medium double #CCCCCC;
    margin: 0 0 30px;
    padding: 0 0 40px;
    }

    Change border-bottom to : medium single #cccccc;

    This will give you a single line in between the posts. :)


    ~Kellie~

    in reply to: "Aftern the deadline" plug in #53753

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    Hello :)

    I tried clicking on that link earlier and just now but it is coming up “server not found”. :( I also double-checked with http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com to see if maybe it was just me… but they are reporting the site as down there as well.


    ~Kellie~

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