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  • in reply to: Widget headline as link #6765

    Riavon
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    If you use the Genesis Featured Widget Amplified there is an option to “Show Post Title” then “Link title to post” which should work. But, I’m not sure if you’re using the GFWA plugin.


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    Give it a shot. :)


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    in reply to: Pretty Picture – Quote post format #6754

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    My best guess is that if you’re using the excerpt of the blog post, or a limited-character content display that generates a “read more” link for the post, it will strip out the formatting. This is a WP thing. Try using “show content” rather than “excerpt” and you’ll probably see the formatting. There is a plugin I’ve used that enables the formatting to still show in an excerpt. Let me find that and I’ll post it here for you.

    Here it is: Advanced Excerpt


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    Riavon
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    The problem is with your #inner .wrap so try this:

    #inner .wrap {

    margin: 0 auto;
    max-width: 1140px;
    min-width: 380px;
    width: 100%;

    }


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    in reply to: Photos to thumbnails since new WP version update – Help? #6742

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    Maybe try installing and running the plugin called “Regenerate Thumbnails”…


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    in reply to: How to create a "hanging logo" in 1.8+ #6734

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    Which (child) theme are you referring to, here?


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    in reply to: Eleven40 – Linear Right Header alignment #6713

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    Hi Bryan, I’m not sure how familiar or comfortable you are with editing CSS, but if you add this to your style.css you should achieve the results you’re looking for.

    .simple-social-icons {
    display: inline!important;
    }

    .simple-social-icons .alignright {
    margin: 16px 0 0!important;
    padding: 0;
    }

    Let me know!


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    in reply to: CSS help #6633

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    Terrific, glad it worked for you.

    If you want to learn CSS, I’d highly recommend reading anything and everything you can from Eric Meyer who is an internationally recognized expert on CSS. He is where I started learning on my own, years ago. In addition, there are several terrific resources you can tap, both online and off.

    However, I must warn you: CSS is highly addictive!  ;-)


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    in reply to: CSS help #6629

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    Hi Peter,

    I can’t see where/how you’ve added the style for box 2 to your stylesheet, but I can tell you that you must be sure that each style declaration from opening bracket to closing bracket must be placed within the media call brackets. To ensure that all three of your reason boxes are displayed in a consistent manner on smaller screens/mobile devices, try to apply the same style to all 3 boxes for this media call, like so:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) {

    .three-reasons-1,
    .three-reasons-2,
    .three-reasons-3 {

    margin: 0 auto 10px 10px;

    }

    }


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    in reply to: CSS help #6623

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    You’re welcome. To increase the vertical spacing at that size, try adding a bottom margin to the box style:  margin: 0 10px 10px;

    Merry Christmas!


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    in reply to: CSS help #6612

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    Hi,

    You need to add media queries to your stylesheet to call different styles for the smaller screen sizes. For example, to resolve the problem you mention here, try adding this to our stylesheet:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) {

    .three-reasons-1 { margin: 0 10px;}

    }


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    in reply to: Can't delete an image from a post. #6022

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    It sounds like the image is set via your “Featured Image” rather than placed inside the post itself (in the editor).


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