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I’m not sure what you asking about. “White space” means padding or margins, bout of which are set to 0 for the image. Are you talking about the white line under the menu? There is no white line at the bottom of home-top. Please be more specific.
Look in functions.php. All of the widget areas are defined there. Copy one and rename it. Same for front-page.php. Both of these files contain all of the examples you need.
1. Register the new widget area in functions.php
2. Modify front-page.php to display the new widget area
3. Style the new widget area in style.css
You can adjust the size of a wrap, but the easiest way to customize a footer is with the Genesis Simple Edits plugin.
You don’t have your h3 headings bolded in your css. Your font-weight is set to 400, which is a normal weight font. Your h1 and h2 is set to 600. This is bold.
Heading 2 in the first is half bold because you have pleasant stuff wrapped in a strong (bold) tag. It has nothing to do with the h3. In the second post, all of the text in the h3 tags is wrapped in a strong tag.August 27, 2015 at 3:07 pm in reply to: Does anyone know how to get a list like this on genesis? #163797
The jQuery accordion plugin is already delivered and registered with WordPress. All you have to do is add the following to your functions.php file where the themes scripts are loaded. Then follow the examples here to create your own: https://jqueryui.com/accordion/
wp_enqueue_script ( 'jquery-ui-accordion' );August 27, 2015 at 3:00 pm in reply to: Woocommerce Add to Cart Button Disappears for Variable Products #163796
This is just the way WooCommerce works. It has nothing to do with the theme. Having variable products shown on the product catalog page is one of the most requested features made of the WooCommerce development team. They have a feature request area and this feature had over 300 votes the last time I looked. (I know because I voted 3 times). I’ve been working on a project where this is a necessary requirement. I created a custom product list template where I was able to display the variation, however, I could not get the variations to add to the cart. Clicking the button automatically redirected to the single product page. This behavior is deeply embedded in WooCommerce. Since we only have two variations per product, we ended up using the WooCommerce product add-ons extensions. This works fine for from the catalog page.August 27, 2015 at 1:16 pm in reply to: Executive Pro Possible Inflexibilities & Suggestion for Another Pls? #163778
You can change anything you want in any StudioPress template. The Genesis Framework provides a lot of flexibility. Most of the functionality may be changed by editing the theme’s functions.php or style.css. There are many code snippets here: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/. They will teach you a little about hooks and filters. Everything you are asking is doable in Executive Pro if you understand the framework. Take a look at http://yellowwoodgroup.com and http://cobinlaw.com/. Both of these sites are built from Executive Pro.
Your menu is there. I can open it on the iPhone by clicking at the top of the screen. The issue is that the responsive menu icon has a size of 0px. You need to change the size of the icon in .responsive-menu-icon::before. Change font: 0px/1 “dashicons”; to font: 20px/1 “dashicons”;
You video is embedded in an iframe. iFrame embedded content does not work on all mobile devices. This article may help: https://developers.google.com/youtube/iframe_api_referenceAugust 27, 2015 at 7:54 am in reply to: Need slider that makes phrases appear and dissapear #163719
Take a look at Meta Slider Pro.
There is a template directory within the WooCommerce plugin directory. Those templates can be copied to your theme directory and modified. They will override WooCommerce. Here are the instructions on the WooCommerce site: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/template-structure/
The archive has a float:right for the content css at line 518 in style.css. Remove the float:right and add margin: 0 auto; to center the content.
To remove the date from the URL, resave your permalinks with just the postname.