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UPDATE – Daisy (StudioPress Support) related to me this morning she has reported this issue as a bug and passed it to the development team.
Yep! Same here! And a lot of 404s.
December 21, 2012 at 10:48 am in reply to: Hyperlinks within a page to content in the same page #6674
@gmb – A lot of trial and test. Process could begin with taking the Pin It theme apart, see how it is creating the page. Add that functionality to your Genesis theme with a new template in your Genesis theme and adding some styling to the CSS for the new Pin style template. Then work work it through ’till you have what you want.
I was thinking rather than use the entire theme or build a table each time you need it in a post, that you could use some of the code of the Pin It theme to create a new page template in your current theme.
David Carr’s Facebook Tab Manager is great! http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/facebook-tab-manager/
“The Facebook Tab Manager allows you to create landing pages and other types of content to be displayed within Facebook, particularly within the tabs that appear on Facebook business pages and pages for other types of organizations. This provides a way of putting more interesting layouts and functionality into your Facebook pages, without the need to get too deep into fancy programming.”
You might be able to use elements from this Genesis Pinterest style child theme (or the whole thing).
It has a very engaging look and lazy loading.
THANK YOU! Excellent contribution! I will be trying it on some sites this week.
I recently came across a free Pinterest style layout Genesis child theme that looks very close to the Postcard layout from Squidoo. It is great! You might be able use the Genesis Pin It theme (or parts of it) to achieve what you are seeking. Wrote a post about it
You could use display: none; in the CSS.
Depending on exactly what you are trying to achieve you might also consider the Widget Logic plugin –
It can be used with Simple Sidebars created sidebars or just by itself.
December 17, 2012 at 10:35 pm in reply to: Change color of the "Go Button" in the eNews & Updates widget #5870
For the most part (except a border) that is an image. Take a look in the CSS selector below.
div.gform_footer input.button, .enews #subbutton, .searchsubmit, #submit
If you want you can either “re-color” the image or replace it with a hex code color.
December 17, 2012 at 4:45 pm in reply to: Change color of the "Go Button" in the eNews & Updates widget #5819
What is the URL of your site?
Can’t speak for an “official recommendation”, but I have a couple dozen Genesis 1.8.2 sites that I have upgraded to WP 3.5 and experienced no problems what so ever. With the nice new features of WP 3.5 I would go for it.
Concur, I also miss the beta/road map type info/discussions from the old forum. (Twitter? really?)
Glad it worked. And good input regarding the theme.