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I’m no coder/programmer. I dont know any other way to do it. If you can suggest something, that would be great!
where in the table would I add? <table class=”myClass”>
where in the style sheet do I add that css?October 25, 2014 at 1:03 pm in reply to: Parallax Pro Home page styling & Genesis Featured Post widegt #129148
That was awesome & worked! Great work. Thank you very much!October 25, 2014 at 10:13 am in reply to: Parallax Pro Home page styling & Genesis Featured Post widegt #129107
where in the style sheet would I put that?
@Kellylies looks like a great solution. I’ll probably go that route next time.
@Yer Ly – Thx, that worked,
Ok, did that. Now the social icons are below the nav.? I would like them on the same line to the right of the nav.
Ok, thx. Got it. Done.
That worked. Thx Jan. What did you mean “don’t forget to make it also smaller in the other media sizes.”?
Just to follow up close out the ticket. I’m not sure why or where it was getting that image. But I deleted it, re uploaded and everything seems to be fine now. Thank You!
the diffchecker helped me figure it out. Thank You!
Yes, I know. I didn’t do ANYTHING to the images and have NO idea where it’s pulling those sizes,..? Are you familiar with how the Genesis Responsive Slider works? All of my “featured images” are the exact same as the original site, didn’t change anything.
My workaround fix: Delete those images from the media library, re upload as featured images. fixed.
Howard, best to start a completely new thread so the admins will see it as “NEW” Good luck.
Lauren, thank for taking the time to find that resource. I did read through it, it looks like more than I want to get into.
Here’s a solution I tried. Seems to have worked. I added a blank text widget in Home Top, did each logo as separate text widgets on the footer widget areas, 1,2 & 3
Awesome thx. Any chance you have any suggestions on this one? http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/agency-pro-home-widgets/
I don’t know how to “pull that out of the container area.” Any suggestion on how to accomplish this?