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August 6, 2015 at 3:38 pm in reply to: changed content/sidebar width – is this correct for mobile?? #161644
Without being able to see the site, our ability to help you troubleshoot will be very limited, as we would need to use developer tools in the browser to see what’s happening. Unfortunately it’s not possible to tell what’s wrong just by seeing the code.
August 6, 2015 at 1:13 pm in reply to: Ambiance Pro and Woo Commerce single page sidebar issue #161621August 6, 2015 at 12:25 pm in reply to: Ambiance Pro and Woo Commerce single page sidebar issue #161612
Try adding this code to the bottom of your functions.php file: https://gist.github.com/nutsandbolts/f141c7563a9ec9f585e7
DISCLAIMER: You should never edit PHP files within the WordPress editor – always use FTP or your host’s file manager. Be very careful when copying and pasting as a typo or missing character could take down your entire site. (You probably know this, but I like to add a disclaimer so people aren’t mad at me if their sites get broken!)
August 6, 2015 at 12:18 pm in reply to: Ambiance Pro and Woo Commerce single page sidebar issue #161611
Keep in mind, the message doesn’t show to logged out users – you only see it when you are logged in as the admin. I do know of a workaround for the issue, though; I’m trying to hunt it down now and will post back here when I find it.
Try changing your background color from #fff to
background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0.8);and remove the
background: transparent;line – that should get it. You can adjust the 0.8 to make it more or less transparent.
August 6, 2015 at 11:59 am in reply to: Ambiance Pro and Woo Commerce single page sidebar issue #161602August 6, 2015 at 11:58 am in reply to: changed content/sidebar width – is this correct for mobile?? #161601
Altitude Pro allows the use of flexible widgets, meaning that they should stack into a grid automatically. If you place 3 Genesis Featured Posts widgets into one of the home widget areas, each set to show a single post (you’ll want to offset the second widget by 1 and the third widget by 2 so that they don’t show the same post), they should display in a grid.
I believe the Genesis beginner’s guide at http://my.studiopress.com/genesis-beginners-guide/ goes over the Featured Posts widget in more detail. The Recent Posts widget is part of WordPress core and doesn’t really offer any options other than displaying a list of a certain number of posts.
I always recommend uploading images that are no larger than the max file dimensions used in the theme. They’ll resize for mobile automatically, but you’ll need a plugin like WP Smush to compress the files. If you’re wanting to load a completely different image size on mobile, you’d need a plugin like this one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/adaptive-images/
Try using the Genesis Featured Post widget instead – it comes with Genesis automatically. It will allow you to choose how you want your posts to display, from the featured image size to whether or not to show an excerpt. Hope that helps!
I would guess the GetResponse code probably isn’t responsive. Can you try putting something else in that spot – maybe just a text widget with a paragraph of dummy text – to see whether it adjusts appropriately?
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