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Mystery solved and I’m posting here should anyone else experience this. The Unknown posts were NOT caused by a hack. We are using Gravity Forms by RocketGenius. We had chosen to use a custom field (from the Posts Type section of Gravity Forms) in one of our forms. Everytime someone filled out the form it was creating the draft post. So, only use Standard and Advanced Fields for your regular forms — don’t use form fields from the Post section.
We just had Wordfence do a scan with no vulnerabilities and complete success and no security issues to report. It’s a mystery.
Thanks. I looked there and totally missed it. Wasn’t thinking that the archive settings affected the home page. Much appreciated.
We have added this code to the BeautifulPro theme because we want featured images to show on the home page; however, although it adds the featured image to the single post page it is NOT adding it to the home page which is really where we want it to go.
Can you help?June 17, 2014 at 4:28 pm in reply to: Adding Genesis Responsive Slider only to home page #110279
You are super genius – LOL! Thank you so much for your assistance. It is now working. Much appreciated.June 17, 2014 at 3:45 pm in reply to: Adding Genesis Responsive Slider only to home page #110269
Thanks for offering your help. Unfortunately, the slider has now completely disappeared from all pages.June 17, 2014 at 2:35 pm in reply to: Adding Genesis Responsive Slider only to home page #110255
I’m not that strong with php. This is what I currently have in the simple hooks box:
<?php dynamic_sidebar( ‘home-slider’ ); ?>
There is NO shortcode. We used the genesis responsive slider plugin inside a new widget we set up. Are you able to help further?
Never mind I figured it out. For anyone else having this issue. Here is the resolution:
If you originally had the default set to disable comments in the blog it appears that any blog posts you wrote during that time automatically don’t allow comments. In order to re-activate the ability for people to post comments you have to not only enable all of the settings in my post above BUT you also have to go each individual post, select screen options at the top, select discussion, and then scroll down below the WordPress editor window to discussion and select Allow Comments.
Does this conflict affect any other functionality to the site or just the breadcrumbs?
Just thought I’d touch base with people who participated in this thread. We’ve been using MaxGalleria on almost ALL of our client site builds since October 2013. Most of the quirks that existed have been worked out and the developers have added multiple uploading of images by volume. Captions now work like a dream in all the major browsers even when adding html. Still no album capability but I think that is to come soon and there are easy workarounds for that anyways. The import has worked for all of our conversions from NextGen to MaxGalleria and there were a lot!
I totally recommend it.
I’m pretty sure that you can’t use percentages with sprites — we would like to avoid creating different size images for different devices. We definitely DO want the hover state on an iPad.
Hi Anita, we’ll be using a community theme by Wes – Legacy. There are 5 provinces and out of all the pages we will have on the website only 1 or 2 will need to be different based on province.
I was able to change the message by accessing the post-template.php file in the wp-includes folder; however, this file probably gets over ridden during a WordPress upgrade. If there is a better way to change the message I’d appreciate the input.
Thanks Andrea. That did the trick. Appreciate your expertise with the php.
It is HTML5 compatible. It was built by one of the StudioPress community developers and is still featured in their themes area I believe. The widget is displaying at the top of inside pages above the Entry Title. Right now it is perfectly placed. I am using the genesis_before_content_sidebar_wrap Hook in simple hooks. It is the hook that executes immediately before the div block that wraps the content and the primary sidebar (outside the #content-sidebar-wrap div).