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  • in reply to: Daily Dish: change color of arrow in primary nav drop down #128975

    RobG
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    How did those images get at the bottom of you page? Just trying to figure out were they’re coming from.


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    in reply to: Daily Dish: change color of arrow in primary nav drop down #128901

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    It looks like those images are in your- wp-content/uploads folder.


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    in reply to: Need some advice. #128297

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    I think before you start building websites and offering services you should fully understand how the Genesis framework works. This community is the right place to come to if you have questions. If I were you I would start out with a basic theme and see how it’s put together then go from there.


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    in reply to: Just getting your thoughts #127829

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    I think it’s just the size and the fact it’s in script I think the color is fine, I always feel the header text of any website should be simple to read so people can understand your message. Maybe something simple. but that’s just me hope you don’t mind my too cents. :)


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    in reply to: Just getting your thoughts #127821

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    I think the overall site looks great including the colors but! If I were you I would make the header text a little bigger and clear for people to read, Nice job.


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    in reply to: cannot access MyStudiopress page #121018

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    I can access it just fine it maybe a browser thing for you try switching


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    in reply to: Resetting a theme? #120954

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    Are you referring to the sample pages and content, that come with each theme? which are in the XML file that we export.


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    in reply to: Resetting a theme? #120947

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    Not really sure what you mean by resetting a theme but if you’re asking in terms of default settings, I would have to say just do a new installation of the theme in question.


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    in reply to: How to speed up my Genesis powred blog #120431

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    You bet my pleasure


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    in reply to: Very simple question #120366

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    I think you can start with as many articles as you like, As long as you posting on a regular basis you should ok and you will build up your post quickly


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    in reply to: How to speed up my Genesis powred blog #120092

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    Not sure how fast you what your blog to be but try talking to your host for starters. Your site looks simple and clean if it’s running slow it might be your service provider


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    Setup a subdomain then install WordPress, then you can install different themes and see how they look live. Of course you will need the Genesis framework also


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    in reply to: How do I edit a page template with a child #119416

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    If you’re using a Genesis child theme yes it’s quite simple to edit or make any custom changes. You can style your child theme by accessing your Style.css file or if you want to change or add functions, then edit your Function.php file. Simple


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    in reply to: Upgrade to Genesis 2.1.2 #119228

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    Upgrading to the latest version or WordPress should not affect your current site, I have three sites and never had an problems.


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    in reply to: site slow since styling #119223

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    It clearly points to their server

    - 1.97 seconds spent crunching data on the server before first byte can
    be sent to a visiting browser.

    Most hosting companies will never say there’s a problem on their end. Your site look simple I don’t see how anything you’ve added could slow it down at this point.


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