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I don’t have the code for that written up.
you would have to setup a color scheme to account for your exact background choice in the color picker. There isn’t a hook that would let you add to that.
Could you please submit a support ticket through my.studiopress.com on this. Thanks.
The 40% off is only for StudioPress customers. It is not cross product. You can only get that discount when logged into the my.studiopress.com account to make your purchase.November 22, 2012 at 9:10 am in reply to: Changing # of posts per page on 2nd and subsequent pages… #1276
You wouldn’t believe how difficult that is to do correctly. You need to use the pre_get_posts action to set the correct number of posts on the front page and then if is paged you set a different number of posts and use an offset to make sure things don’t get missed. Because of the way the offset works you must have more posts on the first page and fewer posts on subsequent pages.
Getting more posts on subsequent pages doesn’t work nearly as well because you can’t do a negative offset
Just to be clear, since this is open to the public, that specific sale price is only for existing customers. New customers can get a 25% discount. New customers can see the promotion details here
We are looking into the best way to handle it but yes, probably custom. We are building the content then some people way better at it than I will look at the content and decide the best way to handle it.
Great, glad that worked. I”m not sure what the difference was.
It might be a bit before someone gets it fixed. Most everyone has gone to bed for the night. While you are waiting, please try again with a different browser. Not sure if that will affect anything but it is a good place to start.
One leg of support that is still being built, which will bridge this gap, is the knowledge base. We can take the information from common requests and convert that into a searchable knowledge base.
That should work but it doesn’t create the correct media embeds so some readers won’t like how that formats.
Please log into my.studiopress.com and look at your download page. Next to the download link is a “setup” link. The setup tutorials explain how to make this change.November 21, 2012 at 9:41 pm in reply to: List of Studiopress Theme Developer Support Forums #1238
The setup link in the my.studiopress download page should take you to their forums if available.November 21, 2012 at 9:40 pm in reply to: When to use forums -vs- when to use support request? #1237
John is right. Technical issues and usage are handled in the new ticket system. That is what the “how do I” and “technical” options are for. Customization is handled in the forums so the community can help out and benefit as usual.