Victor Font

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  • in reply to: Outreach Header Problem on Safari #148423

    Victor Font
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    The site looks fine in Safari. Safari is stubborn about clearing it’s cache and reloading style sheets after changes. Clear all of your web history in Safari and reload your site. It will look fine.

    in reply to: Demo Content Images #148409

    Victor Font
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    The licensing statement above says that demo content only contains gray images. StudioPress does not supply images for your demo content. If you want real images, you have to go to a photo site, pick what you want and upload them yourself.

    in reply to: Registered Widget Not Showing on Front-End #148222

    Victor Font
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    You probably have to edit the theme’s frontpage.php file to make sure it is displayed on the page.


    Victor Font
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    You may have found a solution, but that’s not the correct way to do it. The problem with instructions like you referenced is that they are meant for sites written in HTML. The correct way to add fonts to a WordPress theme (not just Genesis) is to enqueue them in the theme’s functions.php file. Whatever theme you are using probably still has the original fonts being enqueue.

    in reply to: Google Fonts #148116

    Victor Font
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    Assuming you are changing the size in the right css, then it’s likely a caching issue. You can generally force a reload of the style sheet by holding down the shift key when you refresh the page. If that doesn’t work, Google “force page refresh” for your particular browser.

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    in reply to: Pass custom field values in URL #147809

    Victor Font
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    Many form building tools provide the ability to pass query strings. What tool are you using to build your form?

    in reply to: Using html with Genesis framework #147808

    Victor Font
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    Not sure what you’re asking. WordPress/Genesis Framework sites are HTML sites. Do you have a specific question related to the Genesis framework?

    in reply to: Membership Plugins #147806

    Victor Font
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    S2Member

    in reply to: Trouble getting Widgets to Appear on Blog Page #147796

    Victor Font
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    Follow the instructions I just gave you above. Assigning the blog template to a page will auto-populate the page with your posts.

    in reply to: Trouble getting Widgets to Appear on Blog Page #147789

    Victor Font
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    You don’t need to setup a blog page under reading with Genesis. Create a page, assign the blog template to it and display it on the menu. You can have the sidebar or not. It’s your choice.

    in reply to: Style help, background image cut off by header #147757

    Victor Font
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    The Agency Pro theme displays the background image with a jQuery plugin called backstretch. Other than modifying the plugin, the easiest way to lower the picture so the entire head shows, is to edit the picture and add space to the top of it.

    in reply to: 4 featured posts instead of 3. Agency #147747

    Victor Font
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    Look for .home-bottom .featuredpost .post:nth-of-type(3n+1) in style.css and change it to .home-bottom .featuredpost .post:nth-of-type(4n+1)

    in reply to: Sticky Menu Problem for Swank. #147480

    Victor Font
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    Your code is doing weird things. As soon as you scroll, the menu is duplicated in the source code. Since that’s a third party theme and not a Studio Press theme, I would contact the theme developer for assistance.

    in reply to: Design Palette Pro Not Working with Outreach Pro #147479

    Victor Font
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    Then I suggest you learn how to use your browser’s developer tools, especially inspect element. This will allow you to view the source code and adjust the corresponding CSS so you can see the results real-time in your browser. After you’ve determined what elements to change, you either change or add the CSS to your style.css file to fix the issue.

    in reply to: Currency Field in an Array #147478

    Victor Font
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    Look up the number_format function:

    number_format ( float $number , int $decimals = 0 , string $dec_point = “.” , string $thousands_sep = “,” )

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