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Are you talking about the AT THE FARM on the homepage under the Purchase Options section?
If so, I'm not seeing that as H3 - it's displaying as H4 when I'm viewing your site. When I changed the H3 on line 275 of your stylesheet, that changed the font size of the AT THE FARM title. Screenshot below: (click here for larger, clickable image)
December 8, 2016 at 9:49 am in reply to: Demo Site for Genesis Child Theme Including Admin Login #197261
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A Private Reply *is* visible to the person who started the thread, and moderators/admins. I see your private reply, because I'm a moderator. But, as these are driven by community members, in a conversation between more than two people (such as this thread, where there were more than 2 people participating), it's not "cool" to exclude a participant in the conversation from seeing the entire conversation.
December 5, 2016 at 7:50 am in reply to: Including the Parent/Child Custom Post Relationship in Breadcrumbs #197047
Same doubt here. Someone please help us guys.
Typically, if someone responds to a post (or bumps their own post), it won't be responded to by a third person - those of us who are looking to help people look for posts with no replies. Once someone replies, it drops off that list.
You're better off starting your own post, than responding to which which is 10 months old.
I believe it's related to accessibility and for font rendering on newer browsers versus older browsers. I got that information from here (link)
Here's further discussion on the subject: https://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/comprehensive-guide-when-to-use-em-vs-rem--cms-23984
In terms of order, you will find that the StudioPress themes place elements in alphabetical order, so px displays before rem. It's not critical that it is in alphabetical order - it's just neater
Can I expect free support, given that the theme is sold through your channel?
The answer to that question is, YES, we provide free theme support for any legitimate purchase of Pretty Creative, either through StudioPress directly, or through our site, Pretty Darn Cute Design.
Support is here: https://support.prettydarncute.com/forums/forum/pretty-creative/
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Make your updates directly to your child theme. Child themes are never automatically updated, so you don't have to worry about an accidental update wiping out your changes.
Change your profile image in gravatar.com
(Or change the email address associated with your user profile here)
December 2, 2016 at 8:08 am in reply to: genesis put custom code to other themes functions.php #196912
I see you started a thread on the community Facebook group about this, indicating that the screenshot is NOT from the Genesis Framework, but is from a non-Genesis child theme.
If that is the case, you should submit a ticket to StudioPress (here) - this forum is NOT StudioPress support.
There is no option to edit a post unless you are an admin or moderator. You either mark your thread as resolved, and create a new thread, or respond to your own post with clarification (I don't recommend doing this, however, if there has been no reply - it will then disappear off the list of unanswered posts).
November 23, 2016 at 10:10 am in reply to: hello pro how to remove theme credits from copyright #196515
Use the Simple Edits plugin, or one of these code snippets: https://my.studiopress.com/snippets/footer/
But FIRST, check in the functions.php file to see if the credits have been hard coded in there.
Take a look at Erling - a third party theme from Web Savvy Marketing: https://www.web-savvy-marketing.com/store/erling/
BTW, what happend to old Studiopress forums? If I remember correctly, there were support forums for every theme and very good search options within them. What happened?
StudioPress moved from a support forum (with forums for each theme) to a Help Desk/Ticket model 4 years ago. This forum is *NOT* official StudioPress support - this is a forum for users to discuss CSS or for general conversation about using the Genesis Framework.
This forum is not actively manned by StudioPress staff; it's a volunteer-led forum
November 7, 2016 at 2:30 pm in reply to: White space beside header on sides outside site-inner area #195852
I am closing this, as you have marked it "resolved"
November 7, 2016 at 2:27 pm in reply to: Looking to hire to migrate mini website to Genesis theme #195847
Is the site already on WordPress self-hosted? If not, where are you migrating from?
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