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It looks like the full size header image is a background style of .header-image .site-title a, whereas your responsive background images are applied to .header-image .site-header .wrap, so they are being displayed as well rather than instead off.
Try changing .header-image .site-header .wrap to .header-image .site-title a in your media queries.
Take a look at this PST by WPBeginner http://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/how-to-change-author-url-slug-and-base-in-wordpress/ in which they suggest the Edit Author Slug plugin
I’ve not used it myself though.
I don’t think there is a simple setting to do this.
On my blog you’ll see a post about adding a function to your functions.php file to achieve this, if that’s any help to you?
I’ve run into this issue a couple of times. It is a setting on your web server that needs adjusting. You need to request that your web hosting support increase the max_input_vars value in the php.ini.
You can use Gary Jones’ plugin Diagnosis – http://wordpress.org/plugins/diagnosis/ – to see what it is currently set at.
I hope that helps.
Aha! I know see why I’ve been getting requests to add to my list. Thanks Gary.
Any suggestions on what to use to to handle the membership and create a directory of members? I’ve been playing with BuddyPress but it doesn’t give the directory listings as I think they should be.
As we discussed on Twitter I also think that having a UK list of designer and developers that work with the Genesis Framework would be valuable to me. Always good to know people to turn too if I need to outsource any work or get assistance on a project. And I love the idea of having a Genesis meet up in the UK at some point in the future.
I’m happy to help put the site together.