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I got my username changed, got a good web host (websynthesis.com) and also using cloudflare.com on my blog.
Here more tips, your wordpress admin password, make sure it’s not the same as other passwords you use online. If a hacker get’s one of your passwords, that person will try it out on accounts that you have online when they find out. Passwords should be long with letters and number’s.
The blog post below is a good read with some basic security things to do/keep in mind on top of the advice given so far in this thread.
Mainly make sure your plugins and wordpress version is up to date. Make sure you have a backup plugin installed to do backups of your blog at least once a week. Why do you do this? Well if by some odd reason your blog get’s hacked or you mess up the blog by editing some coding, you have a backup on hand that isn’t old and you won’t lose to much data. My web host that I mentioned has a lot of good security features in which I can feel safe from a hosting standpoint and backups.
The theme is already mobile responsive. Here is the blog post when it was first launched. http://www.studiopress.com/releases/decor8ted-theme.htm
You could try submitting a support ticket to let the staff know.
It looks like you got it working.
Do you still need help?
I don’t want the old forum back ever. I eot much faster help with this new forum and there ticket system. StudioPress support system is so much better now.
This isn’t the first thread started about this topic.
Welcome to the forum and to the StudioPress fan club. lol
At first I was confused when installing my theme a few years ago but with the help of the forum members, moderators and staff I began to learn how to do things. If you need help, search this forum. Chances are there the answer might be posted already.
Don’t be shy, if you need help just start a thread or you could use the ticket system to get 1 on 1 support with support which is also very good.
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.
I believe this is mentioned in the help file. http://my.studiopress.com/setup/metro-theme/
Jester use the php tags when posting code.
[*php]code stuff in here[/*php]
Example without the * characters
<?php echo ‘Hello World'; ?>
I used this plugin to edit the footer links.
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?