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Same issue here. Just tested it by marking this thread as a favorite. Then checked under my Profile > Favorites and observe “You currently have no favorite topics.”
Sorry it didn’t work for you. When you find something that works for you and that you like please share it? I might need it too someday.
My current all-time favorite is the mb.miniAudioPlayer from the WordPress repository. Nice controls, great with Genesis, HTML5 and very easy to use in posts/pages and even widgets. Unobtrusive but looks good too with excellent settings/options.
Is anything happening with the “focus groups”? It has been a long time since the survey.
Hi Jerry, Sorry for the delay I was traveling. You may not have your edit panel set to display custom fields. Have you checked it by going to the upper right corner of the scree and clicking on “Screen Options” and seeing if you have the possibility of displaying custom fields? It is a check box.
Before updating Genesis, you need to update your site’s WordPress.
What older version is your site running?
January 15, 2013 at 5:25 pm in reply to: Executive Theme – Changed font for title in CSS – Not working on Home Page #12151January 15, 2013 at 3:01 pm in reply to: Executive Theme – Changed font for title in CSS – Not working on Home Page #12111
Have you tried “font-weight: 500;” in the “#title a, #title a:hover” section located around line 212 of the style.css?
I believe this link below will provide a how-to for what you would like to accomplish -
And this plugin, if you are not already using it, will help you more easily with getting the Category IDs you will need -
Widget Logic is (depending upon the exact nature of the task) is also useful. Might find it simpler, again depending on the nature of the task.
Regarding Prose 1.5.1 and Genesis 1.9.1 I just received an email from Daisy at Support. She wrote that the “patch” to Prose is supposed to be posted today Jan/10/2013.
Just find the section below in the CSS at about line number 1355, and add the rule “display: none;”
It will look something like this, depending upon any previous edits -
margin: 0 auto;
text-shadow: 1px 1px #fff;
Are you inserting plain text? Often an issue like you describe will present when text is copied and pasted from a formatted document from a word processing application like MS Word. You need plain text as WordPress’ HTML formatting is not compatible with programs like MS Word.