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  • RobCubbon
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    Hi Kipley,

    In style CSS line 193. Add background: #fff; to #header.
    :)


    in reply to: Aviary image editor on GravityForms #62832

    RobCubbon
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    RobCubbon
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    Hello, Kipley, you haven’t put the logo in the correct place. It should be here:

    http://69.195.124.97/~melistt5/spinnakerlaw/wp-content/themes/executive/images/logo.png

    it shouldn’t go in the /genesis/images/ folder it should go in the child themes /images/ folder.

    Check you’ve named it correctly, as well : “logo.png”

    I can’t recreate the Safari issue you speak of, sorry.


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    in reply to: Aviary image editor on GravityForms #62821

    RobCubbon
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    Thanks, Carrie. I did. Unfortunately this addon has great potential but isn’t well supported. :(


    in reply to: h1 in author box #62820

    RobCubbon
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    Dave! We really must stop meeting like this ;)

    Yes, wild! I never knew that. I do now. A quick Google confirms it. Even a video by that nice Matt Cutts guy says it’s OK.

    Thanks for clearing this up. Genesis rules!


    in reply to: Responsive Videos after Genesis 2.0 / HTML5 #61960

    RobCubbon
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    Yup. Looks like it’s a YouTube issue: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!msg/youtube/san1boKOJUI/jf19qKPifhkJ

    “YouTube is aware of the problem and has it on the list of things to fix…however, it is apparently way, way down the list.”

    Sorry, I thought this was something to do with Genesis as it started occurring after I’d updated to 2.0 and gone HTML5.


    in reply to: Responsive Videos after Genesis 2.0 / HTML5 #61886

    RobCubbon
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    Actually Genesis Responsive Video plugin does work – just as well as Fitvids, basically. ie. all the videos are responding nicely but the same two new ones have the black bars.

    Also, I’ve just realised the black bars are there even without any responsive video plugin. So maybe the problem isn’t with the responsive video method, the problem is with these two videos from YouTube?

    But how could that be? They’re just the same as all the others. 16:9 – So maybe YouTube thinks these videos are 4:3 not 16:9 even though they were made exactly the same way.

    So, maybe I’ve diagnosed this incorrectly and it’s a YouTube glitch.

    Thanks again for your help.


    in reply to: Search Widget CSS style HTML5 #61663

    RobCubbon
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    Hi, genevishgraphics, are you using the Genesis sample child theme?

    Around about line 200 of the style.css you have something like:

    
    input, select, textarea {
    background-color: #fff;
    border: 1px solid #ddd;
    border-radius: 3px;
    box-shadow: 0 0 5px #ddd inset;
    padding: 16px;
    padding: 1rem;
    width: 100%;
    

    Just deleting the box-shadow: 0 0 5px #ddd inset; may be the answer?


    in reply to: Responsive Videos after Genesis 2.0 / HTML5 #61650

    RobCubbon
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    Yes, but I’ve got loads of YouTube videos. I was hoping to find a solution that would work with the pasted YouTube URL.


    in reply to: Responsive Videos after Genesis 2.0 / HTML5 #61648

    RobCubbon
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    I’ve tried fluidvids, Robin, thanks, but it didn’t work. They weren’t responsive and the black bars are still there! I notice you’ve got a call to the FitVids JS in your footer on that page so maybe that’s why it’s working?

    Thanks, scotm, that does look interesting. But if it’s just a case of adding CSS then why do all these plugins exist? But, more importantly, how could I add the CSS to get it to work? The example has a containing div whereas all my YouTube videos are the link pasted from YouTube which appear in iframes without any containing divs?

    Thanks again for everyone’s help on this. However a responsive video solution for me remains elusive :(


    in reply to: Responsive Videos after Genesis 2.0 / HTML5 #61327

    RobCubbon
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    Hi, Robin, thanks, both videos were added in the same way – with the YouTube URL. The “fluid-width-video-wrapper” is added by the FitVids plugin. Is FluidVids just a case of FTPing it and calling it from the functions.php ?

    Thank you scotm. I’ve just tried Genesis Responsive Video and exactly the same thing happened.

    It’s weird. Both times the new video has the ugly black bars, the old video doesn’t:

    http://robcubbon.com/copy-wordpress-site-private-redesign-development/

    http://robcubbon.com/bulk-schedule-multiple-tweets-hootsuite-csv/
    :(


    in reply to: Simple Comments working after 2.0 and HTML5 ? #60213

    RobCubbon
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    Yeah, I should have said this is on my Streamline theme where the comment form labels and inputs are on the same horizontal line. A lot of Genesis child themes have the labels above the inputs so it’s not an issue.


    in reply to: Simple Comments working after 2.0 and HTML5 ? #60138

    RobCubbon
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    Github snippets are back now, ignore my earlier comment :)


    in reply to: Simple Comments working after 2.0 and HTML5 ? #60137

    RobCubbon
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    Brad, big thanks for the comment form altering filter for functions.php (the GitHub snippet seems to have disappeared momentarily).

    Thanks for the CSS as well – makes it stand out a touch!

    Here’s some I’ve used to make sure those pesky comment form inputs line up.

    .comment-form-author label, .comment-form-email label, .comment-form-url label {width : 90px ; float : left ;  }
    .comment-form-author input, .comment-form-email input, .comment-form-url input { display : block ;  } 

    (There may well be a better way of doing that!)


    in reply to: Simple Comments working after 2.0 and HTML5 ? #59894

    RobCubbon
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    Thank you, Brad. I have “liked” WP Sites on FB!

    You’ve got an amazing code resource over at GitHub!

    Could you point me towards something that could help me change the “Name” field in the comments form to something else, like “Real name, please, not keywords you dirty spammer!”

    Then I could be shot of that plugin.

    Thanks again.


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