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No need to bump your thread so early. Questions like this, you should ask the staff via. ticket system. http://my.studiopress.com/help/
I know in order to use the ticket system to get 1 on 1 support with the staff, you need to be a licensed member.
Most of the moderators are doing support through the ticket system and not always read every thread on this forum. I know a faster way to get a moderator’s response is to create a thread in the suggestions/feedback section.
Or contact a moderator/staff member at: http://my.studiopress.com/help/
I bought the same package as you a little awhile ago and interested in the feedback from StudioPress.
I had trouble as well but since I have the Jetpack plugin installed, I just enabled the “Extra Sidebar Widgets” and using the “facebook like box” widget in my side bar.
Jester use the php tags when posting code.
[*php]code stuff in here[/*php]
Example without the * characters
<?php echo 'Hello World'; ?>
I think Nick’s plugin might be the best fit for you.
Did you add the genesis enews widget to your “after post” box in your widget section? I did this on my blog.
What adsense plugin are you using?
It sure looks like this member joined here to self promote his site.
I’m going to upload my new logo image this week as I just hired a designer this morning. I still have the default text one showing but on the old genesis theme I had, I never ran into this issue. I’ll let a moderator or another member toss in some advice.
When you upload your image in the header section, look at the bottom of that page and take the checkmark off ” Show header text with your image.” since you don’t want the text header no more and save settings. Your logo image ethat you uploaded and selected will be clickable.
In your admin dashboard go to —>Appearance —-> Header and upload your logo.
Now to make it mobile responsive, you will have to install Nick’s plugin. It can be found on his blog: http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header
I just switched a few days ago to the newest mobile responsive theme released. You can read about it on the blog. (I’m getting a custom header image designed right now)
The themes maybe coded a little different as some might have extra features then other ones. Have you used the “filter theme” box in the side column on this page to narror down other themes? http://my.studiopress.com/themes/
Some themes from stupdiopress developers on this page: http://my.studiopress.com/community-themes/
February 2, 2013 at 9:19 pm in reply to: Is it a good idea to install Jetpack by WordPress.com on a self host wordpress? #17520
I haven’t used the mobile version of the plugin because my StudioPress theme is already viewable on mobile device’s and has basically the same layout and colors are the same as desktop version. I would just not use this as StudioPress codes there themes to perfection for mobile responsive.
I think by enabling to many JetPack features, you may slow down your blog’s pagespeed. I only have 4 features enabled on my JetPack that I use daily.