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    Hi Tara

    The background colour is controlled by this piece of CSS:

    sidebar .widget {
    background-color: #f8f8f8;
    border-bottom: 1px solid #d6d6d6;
    border-top: 3px solid #a5a5a5;
    margin: 0 0 10px;
    padding: 25px;
    }

    Change background-color from #f8f8f8;

    to white, which is #FFFFFF

    Make the change in your stylesheet.

    Let me know that it works OK.


    wmwebdes
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    Tara could you please post a link to your site so that I can take a look.

    in reply to: JetPack Email Subscription Form #33673

    wmwebdes
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    Meant to ask Nandita
    Which browser are you using?

    Just checked on Chrome and IE 9 and my elements are in line.

    http://www.wmwebdesign.co.uk/blog/

    in reply to: JetPack Email Subscription Form #33671

    wmwebdes
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    Just did this:
    Image shows elements aligned and the CSS I changed.

    http://ow.ly/i/1Q5zI/original

    Used Chrome Developer tools to tweak the CSS

    in reply to: Backing Up wordpress website #33667

    wmwebdes
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    Kate

    Check with your host first before you buy it, that they comply with the required settings.

    BackupBuddy have a technical requirements page, which I sent to my host.

    My host didn’t like one of the settings that had to be enabled so I never went with BackupBuddy.

    The settings may be fine with your host, but best to check.

    in reply to: JetPack Email Subscription Form #33566

    wmwebdes
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    Just played around with your CSS and got the two elements to align horizontally.

    I’ll post CSS tomorrow.

    in reply to: Backing Up wordpress website #33564

    wmwebdes
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    I do my backups manually.

    Theme files via FTP.

    Database via phpMyAdmin using Cpanel.

    Never found a plugin that did both that I could trust.

    Not a long job and if you only add content once a week you only have to backup once a week.

    in reply to: JetPack Email Subscription Form #33560

    wmwebdes
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    Hi Nandita
    Are you saying you want it to look like my subscribe form?

    http://www.wmwebdesign.co.uk/blog/

    in reply to: How to increase font size in widget? #33553

    wmwebdes
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    Hi lianam
    Looks as though you changed them to 13px and they look so much better.

    Great job.

    in reply to: How to increase font size in widget? #33549

    wmwebdes
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    Hi
    I looked at your theme using the developer tools in chrome.
    You can check with developer tools ore firebug if you use firefox.

    This is the CSS for the titles in your sidebar…

    .widget-area h4 {
    color: #888;
    font-family: Verdana, Arial, Tahoma, sans-serif;
    font-size: 11px;
    font-weight: bold;
    margin: 0 0 15px;
    padding: 0;
    text-transform: uppercase;
    }

    You have to change the font size from 11px to whatever you want in your stylesheet.

    Hope that helps.

    in reply to: Design Tip – Metro Theme Header #23717

    wmwebdes
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    Just what I needed Susan

    Can’t thank you enough.

    in reply to: Working with a static home page with the Minimum Child Theme #20699

    wmwebdes
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    Hi Amber

    My homepage was set up using the Genesis Extender plugin and setting up the wigdet areas just takes a couple of clicks.

    The widget areas were then styled with custom CSS.

    The Extender plugin is not a free plugin, but that’s how I customise client homepages, it’s quick and keeps costs down.

     

    @David Decker is a Genesis dev and he would code a solution, which does take time for those not so experienced as David.

    Hope you find your solution and look forward to visiting your site when it is complete.

    Keith

     

    in reply to: Working with a static home page with the Minimum Child Theme #20672

    wmwebdes
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    Amber / ecm123

    Take a look at this post of mine and watch the video – see if this is what you are trying to achieve.

    http://www.wmwebdesign.co.uk/genesis-extender-plugin-create-an-ez-static-homepage/

    in reply to: New genesis plugin #20666

    wmwebdes
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    “Yeah, it’s funny because even though I myself can hard code all the bits that Extender does for me, I still prefer to have it done for me.”

    Same thing when I’m fine tuning CSS – it saves me time, makes it quicker and easier to see results, and I actually enjoy using the plugin.

    The great big bonus for a non PHP guy like me is that I can customise any Genesis child theme homepage. with just a few clicks and then hit the custom CSS function to style it – or copy and paste the CSS from another project.

    Like I said, I use it on all my sites and all my client sites!

    in reply to: Working with a static home page with the Minimum Child Theme #20663

    wmwebdes
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    Hi Amber

    Sounds as though you are trying to customise your homepage and also have a blog page.

    Default homepage for Minimum 2.0 theme just shows posts in order.

    Are you looking to do what I’ve done… http://www.wmwebdesign.co.uk/

    If you are I’ll explain how I did it.

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