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I wonder if there could be some sticky threads with fix’s for the most asked questions. Sorta like a FAQ of some sort. One that moderators or the admin’s can continue to edit if they feel that some issues/problems keep getting asked over and over again.
Meh, I need to get some coffee so my real good idea’s come to me.
I will miss the old forum but as the Genesis Framework continues to evolve some of the coding fix’s may or may not work in the current version or mess things up even more.
This new forum is still new but it’s getting there with a wealth of knowledge. Latley for answer’s I’ve found them on the following links:
The admin or moderators on here would be able to answer your concerns much better but there are very smart members on this forum that is capable of helping resolve any issue besides the 1 on 1 support that StudioPress now provides.
I am following this thread on the support site. The plugin author was away when this happened. Looks like Brain has made some steps towards getting this updated.
WPSmith is the plugin creator.
Did you clear your browser cache as well?
What browser are you using to view your blog in?
Have you did a forgot password and have the password emailed to you? You can use this link to send an email to support.
Beta testing has not started yet for Genesis Framework 2.0 and expect it to be released after WordPress updates. No use releasting and update before WordPress has a chance to roll out there update.
Besides having Cloudflare I have a captcha plugin for the comment area. That stops a ton of spammers from submitting a comment. I do get a few daily but i’ve been banned there IP address’s. I’m used to handling spammer’s. I’m a super moderator on a large webmaster forum. lol
Really good advice so far in this thread.
Your description needs to be longer. Read this blog post about how to write one. http://www.seomoz.org/learn-seo/meta-description
From the looks of your source code, it looks like you created a title for the meta description.
Biographies de Personnes – Entreprises – Collectivités
The description should be 1 or 2 very short sentences. An example of a good description I’ll take from the StudioPress homepage. This what they have.
Title: Premium WordPress Themes by StudioPress
Description: Professionally designed premium WordPress themes. StudioPress developed Genesis, which is the industry standard in WordPress design frameworks.
This is how it looks when there homepage get’s indexed. https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=site%3Astudiopress.com&oq=site%3Astudiopress.com&gs_l=serp.3…9494.9942.0.106184.108.40.206.0.0.0.62.220.127.116.11…0.0…1c.1.8.serp.qCigdx83i_YMarch 31, 2013 at 9:39 am in reply to: How to make Genesis theme compatible with Internet Explorer #32262
What version are you running. The latest version is v.1.1
What genesis framework version are you running as well? Is it the latest one>?
I’m using IE9 to view the blogs and really don’t see any layout issue’s. What exactly is the problem? Maybe a screenshot would help us.
Also what version of IE are you using to view the blog?March 31, 2013 at 9:34 am in reply to: Warning: printf() [function.printf] error on Metro Theme :S #32259
I’ve been using metro since it was released and never scene this error message anywhere in my dashboard. Could be related to a plugin you have enabled or changes you have made to one of the theme files that’s causing this.
Are you running the latest version of Genesis Framework?
What doesn’t work? Please explain what exactly isn’t working.
Do you see settings in your genesis tab for the SEO settings?
Did you create the sticky menu with the links to your pages in your “menu” area in your admin dashboard? (It’s in the appearance tab)
Here is what I have setup in this section for my sticky menu.
Primary Nav: sticky
secondary nav: menu 1 (I named my custom menu.. menu 1.) Link is in my signature to see the menu in action.
Just to ask this, did you follow Brian’s advice in inserting the codes in the named templates he mentioned in this blog post?
I posted a blog comment on his blog about making this sticky menu mobile responsive.