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Hi, you’ve marked this as “resolved”, so I will go ahead and close it.
As this is a third party theme, you may have more luck getting direct support from Carrie Dils, the developer.
The forum doesn’t really have the capability of flagging something for a moderator to look at, and there is no PM capability. In most instances, it’s not an issue, because if you said something you want to delete, you can just follow up with another most telling people to ignore your previous response.
Most people who want me to look at something will hit me up on Twitter, where there is an active community under hashtag #GenesisWP. I think most of the other moderators are on Twitter, too.
Anita is right – although giving away themes is not illegal, it doesn’t seem that ethical, especially doing it her on their forum!
(note – I’m not a SP employee…)
It looks like you still have LogoX2.png in your stylesheet. You’ll need to replace that with your own image.
Here’s a tutorial which Lindsey wrote on creating responsive headers for the theme.
You have marked this issue as resolved. Let me know if it has not been resolved.
Also, I have edited your post, because you shouldn’t put your password in a public forum.
Try this thread:
March 4, 2014 at 4:10 pm in reply to: how do i change the css and make it work with wordpress? #93430
To customize things like colors, you will want to go to Dashboard > Appearance > Editor > Stylesheet. I recommend editing it in a text editor (like TextPad). Open up the stylesheet, identify which colors you want to change, and then do a bulk search and replace, or do it by element (maybe you only want to change a couple of instances of that color, for example)
For your menus, go to Dashboard > Appearance > Menus. You can create and edit menus in that section.
For your header, go to Dashboard > Appearance > Header, and upload a new header image there.
March 4, 2014 at 4:07 pm in reply to: How to add social sharing icons for each post/page #93429
They do offer great support.
Debbie: I am a member of the Pretty Darn Cute Design team, and provide all the theme support. I would love to help you with your pre-sale questions, and provide post-sale support! You can email me directly at email@example.com
You can read some of the testimonials from our happy customers here:
You will need to either FTP into your hosting site, or access your cPanel if your hosting company offers that, and upload new files (depending on what you were modifying – usually either the functions.php or home.php file).
I should also add – theme support either at StudioPress or the “Third Party” themes is limited to setting up the theme with the functionality of the demo; anything beyond that is considered outside the realm of “official” support, and that’s what the community forums are for (although I will provide theme support beyond set-up as time allows).
Did Shay (designer of the Foodie theme) not reply to support e-mails at all? Are you sure they went through?