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i found it to be difficult at the beginning, but once i started getting the hang of it, it’s amazing. i would suggest you stick to it as using any new framework is difficult, but the power that Genesis gives you is worth the time you’ll spend working with it.
i haven’t been working with Genesis too long, so i’m sure i’m just skimming the surface.
November 24, 2012 at 11:42 pm in reply to: Topic for Discussion: StudioPress for personal use or for clients… #1544
I’m fairly new to Genesis but have fallen in love with it. I haven’t purchased the pro-plus package because most of the work I do is custom. Ever since I got comfortable with Genesis, I’ve used it as the framework (3 so far). My clients haven’t cared how I do the job, just as long as it gets done and Genesis has really helped make it much easier so far. I have been thinking I could always purchase the pro-plus package and then offer the themes as sort of a low-cost version of my services if they don’t want to pay the price of a full custom site.
i don’t know how it’s being generated, but the reason the “blockquote” is working that way is because it is styled one way and the “p” inside of it is styled by the .entry-content p. if you were to put the “related” into it’s own style like the block quote and then have the hyperlink inside of it, (<p> then <a>), i think you would have better luck.
i hope that helps…
November 20, 2012 at 11:36 am in reply to: Looking for feedback / suggestions on my Surf / Kayak Studio Press News Blog #888
I think it would look better if the wrap didn’t have a border on it, especially the header area. The top nav would stand out more if it was different, maybe with a background color. Right now, it’s a little difficult to see. Same with the copyright and back to top text.