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  • in reply to: Aweber Analytics Javascript #161386

    Victor Font
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    Yes, you can copy and paste it into the footer hook.

    in reply to: Gallery Display Mode and Face Detection #161352

    Victor Font
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    This is most likely related to the way WordPress crops images. It has nothing to do with face detection or anything else for that matter. Depending on how the image sizes are defined, images will be cropped to the specified dimensions using center positions.

    in reply to: Move jQuery to Google CDN – Minimum Pro #161334

    Victor Font
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    First, at the top of the page you say you need jQuery 1.11.2, which is the same version pre-loaded in WordPress. You are loading version 1.11.1, which is an earlier version.

    Second, you need to make certain you are loading jQuery before any dependencies.

    Third, why are you loading jQuery from Google? It’s not going to provide you with any advantage over your local version and actually give you poorer performance scores because you won’t have header expiration details because it’s not coming from your server. That’s why I download Google fonts whenever I can and deliver them from the local servers.

    in reply to: Reduce opacity background images #161274

    Victor Font
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    If you change the opacity of the front-page divs, it will change the opacity of all the child divs as well. This means the text opacity would change also. I would change the opacity of the images in PhotoShop and re-upload them.

    in reply to: Ambiance Pro – can it be used for Tube/ Video site? #161271

    Victor Font
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    1. Probably not. The Ambiance Pro demo is displaying the blog post featured image. You wouldn’t be able to change that to a video.

    2. As far as I know, none of the Genesis themes have infinite scroll built-in. I could be wrong, but when I implemented infinite scroll on this page: http://houseplanworks.com/shop/, I needed to purchase a plugin.

    in reply to: Sign Up Forms #161266

    Victor Font
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    Use the Genesis eNews Extended plugin. That’s all you need.

    in reply to: No Sidebar page template for Education Pro #161265

    Victor Font
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    If you use the layout settings, you don’t have to add any code. Go to the Genesis/Theme Settings menu and choose the full-screen layout as the default.

    in reply to: customize the Return to Top of Page text #161224

    Victor Font
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    Use the Genesis Simple Edits plugin to manage your footer text. It’s much easier.

    in reply to: customize the Return to Top of Page text #161184

    Victor Font
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    That code won’t work for a HTML5 theme. Add thie to your functions.php:

    //* Create a shortcode to display our custom Go to top link  */
    add_shortcode('footer_custombacktotop', 'set_footer_custombacktotop');
    function set_footer_custombacktotop($atts) {
    	return '<a href="#" class="top">Return to Top</a>';
    }
    
    //* Add smooth scrolling for any link having the class of "top"
    
    add_action('wp_footer', 'go_to_top');
    
    function go_to_top() { ?>
    	<script type="text/javascript">
    		jQuery(function($) {
    			$('a.top').click(function() {
    				$('html, body').animate({scrollTop:0}, 'slow');
    			return false;
    			});
    		});
    	</script>
    <?php }

    Your shortcode with this code is [footer_custombacktotop]

    in reply to: Altitude Button Color #161168

    Victor Font
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    You have a plugin that’s overriding the theme’s css. The color is coming from shortcodes-min.css. The code creating the white color is:

    .button.button {
        color: #888;
        border: 1px solid #DDD;
        background: transparent linear-gradient(to bottom, #FFF 0px, #EEE 100%) repeat scroll 0% 0%;
    }

    The background linear-gradient is the culprit.

    in reply to: Line Between Posts in Blog #161151

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    .content .entry {
        border-bottom: 1px solid #D6D6D6;
        padding-bottom: 5.6rem;
    }
    in reply to: My 'home' link, in the top nav, points to old url #161040

    Victor Font
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    Did you check the menu?

    in reply to: Targeting a certain page #160998

    Victor Font
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    1. Here’s an article that teaches how to use conditional secondary menus: http://victorfont.com/genesis-conditional-menus-revisited/

    2. Most Genesis themes have home-page specific css.

    in reply to: Custom field and post_info #160997

    Victor Font
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    You only need one function for what you want.

    //* Customize the entry meta in the entry header (requires HTML5 theme support)
    add_filter( 'genesis_post_info', 'sp_post_info_filter' );
    function sp_post_info_filter($post_info) {
    	$post_info = '<span class="entry-author">Answer by: '.  genesis_get_custom_field('wpcf-name-author') .'</span> [post_date]';
    	return $post_info;
    }
    in reply to: Author Pro Plugin-Shortcode in place of Buy Button #160990

    Victor Font
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    The Author Pro Library plugin has page templates you can modify. They are in the plugin’s template directory. If you copy the templates to the child theme directory, you can edit these and override the plugin.

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