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If the comment was left by the previous author, those won't update when the post author is changed, since the comments are tied to the user and not who wrote the post. You can go into the comments and manually edit them, but otherwise there is no way to change the avatar as it pulls from the email address of the user who left the comment.
Same here. I believe there is a cookie that expires after so many days or weeks, so you shouldn't see it if you log out and back in within the same few days, but you'd probably see it again after weeks or months. Hopefully that makes sense.
If the theme has color styles you can choose in the Genesis settings, you should be able to change that on a per-site basis by going to the settings screen for each subsite in the network.
You'll need to remove several rules in the theme's front-page.php file, starting around line 64. Basically everything related to excerpts and content limits should be removed. Once you've done that (make a backup of the file first just in case), the theme will honor your settings in Genesis > Theme Settings for archives.
It looks like your homepage is set to display a page, so the page content is showing instead of the homepage blog loop. Go to Settings > Reading and change the front page display to "latest posts" and your blog posts should show up as expected.
Have you posted in the plugin's support forum? This forum is unofficial support (AKA not monitored by anyone from StudioPress) so you'll probably get more info from the plugin support forum as the authors do monitor the posts there.
July 7, 2016 at 4:53 pm in reply to: Customizing Site Identity in the Minimum Pro Theme #189058
You'll need to duplicate the theme folder with (1) a different folder name, (2) a different theme name in style.css, and (3) a different child theme name in functions.php and activate that theme for the subsite in question. Once you do that, you'll be able to make CSS changes specific to that site.
Alternately, if you want to save steps, install a custom CSS plugin and enter your changes there within the dashboard for the subsite. That's probably the better plan if you need to be able to customize each site individually using the same theme.
July 7, 2016 at 4:49 pm in reply to: Agency pro retina logo not centered on iPad iphone #189057
You'll probably need to add some CSS in your theme since you're using the Magazine Pro theme. The Author Pro theme has built-in CSS for the plugin, but other themes would need it added manually depending on how you want things to look.
Looks like all posts about the change have been removed, which is really odd - there was one on the SP blog as well as the Copyblogger blog. Perhaps they've decided to repost later with more clarification/detials?
The homepage widgets will only display on the homepage. If you wanted to use a widget area across the entire site or on a specific page, you'd need to edit your functions.php file to register and hook in a new widget area.