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Borders are defined in your theme’s style.css. Scanning your site would not change the CSS. What are you calling a border? A border is a line surrounding an element. Are you referring to the blank space above the content? That’s coming from the padding and margins.
For the single you can either add a border to the content class or post class depending on where you want the border displayed.
For the archive page, add the border to the content class.
Impossible to say what’s happening without a link to your site.March 30, 2015 at 12:22 pm in reply to: Genesis (Magazine Pro) and Woocommerce incompatible? #146164
Part of the problem could be due to the fact that your Google analytics script is being inserted above the DOCTYPE declaration. That could be why things aren’t working properly.March 30, 2015 at 9:13 am in reply to: Does it make my CSS unclean (bad for SEO) to have lots of /*…*/ comments? #146109
You might want to take a look at this, especially the section on comments: https://google-styleguide.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/htmlcssguide.xml
Header height is set in style.css not with php in functions.php.March 30, 2015 at 5:13 am in reply to: Genesis (Magazine Pro) and Woocommerce incompatible? #146079
This is one of my sites that uses Magazine Pro with WooCommerce, http://fontlifepublications.com/. The lightbox function works fine. In fact, I have three Genesis sites with WooCommerce. They all work fine.
Your responsive menu is hiding underneath your header. You can see this if you change the minimum height of your header to something smaller like 100px. You’ve got a lot of other problems with your CSS as well.
You need to make the image wider. You are displaying an image that is 760px wide in an area that is 800px wide. If you try to scale the image you run the risk of making it appear fuzzy. I would edit the image in PhotoShop to make it 800px wide.
You have to play around with the load order of the css files. style.css needs to load after optimize press. Check enqueue_script in the WordPress Codex.
Back to your original question, “What’s the opposite of ‘is_active_sidebar’?”
The opposite is not is_active_sidebar, written in php as ! is_active_sidebar().
I run the Executive Pro theme, Genesis Responsive slider, and WordPress 4.1.1 on http://victorfont.com/. It all works perfectly.
Did you follow the theme setup instructions?
Do all of your posts/pages have the appropriately sized feature images?
Have you done any troubleshooting looking for plugin conflicts?
Please post a link to your site so we can help you.March 24, 2015 at 11:06 am in reply to: Workflow – from development to deployment. Need advice! #145489
My book is not about Genesis. It’s about professional IT practices. I was only joking with you.March 24, 2015 at 7:29 am in reply to: Executive theme + Genesis slider on static homepage = Lost CSS styling ? #145456
You have to either change the classes you defined in your home slider widget area declaration in functions.php OR change the CSS Pixel Frau provided you to match the classes you’ve declared in your declaration.March 24, 2015 at 7:16 am in reply to: Enterprise Pro -> Header -> Last-Modified & If-Modified-Since #145453
Have you looked at this plugin? https://wordpress.org/plugins/if-modified-since-header/