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April 10, 2014 at 4:10 am in reply to: How to remove post info from custom post type only #99452
Hi Brad, thanks for changing the name but could you please remove Bramble Bee Farm from your post.April 8, 2014 at 3:01 am in reply to: How to remove post info from custom post type only #99017
Hi Brad. Thanks but PLEASE, remove "Paul from Bramble Bee Farm" from your post. If you would like a name you can put my name, which is Jill.
I never gave a thought to using .css! I have now done it that way.
ThanksApril 7, 2014 at 9:43 am in reply to: How to remove post info from custom post type only #98889
Hi Brad. Thanks but that's not my problem and I use it all the time. My problem is restricting it to custom post type called ProductApril 6, 2014 at 8:20 pm in reply to: How to remove post info from custom post type only #98793
aaahh, I spoke too soon! I see that it didn't work as it has removed it from ALL posts, so I have obviously done it wrong 🙁April 6, 2014 at 8:14 pm in reply to: How to remove post info from custom post type only #98792
Thanks Brad! I struggled with the conditional tag but managed it in the end 😀
BTW, the Studio Press code snippet is incorrect for the latest versions of Genesis.
Thanks Summer. I had heard before that it may not be around for long and I told client that, but he still wants to give it a whirl.
Thanks Summer, but I don't know how to use that like feedburner, so people can subscribe on your site and get sent it by email.
aaahh, I didn't realise it wouldn't work with custom posts 🙁
Yeah, I didn't really want to use feedburner but don't know of anything else. Do you know of something similar (that's free!) that will auto send out updates of custom posts?
Thanks folks! I had added margin-top which didn't work.
Top works but I put it on line 1312 which is specifically for the primary nav as I will be having a secondary nav too.
yes thank you. Not sure why it didn't work the first time, but suddenly it worked ok!
Found another hack-a-round to do what I wanted 🙂
Hi Brad. Thanks but that's not what I'm after. Perhaps I didn't word it well enough...
I have search form in a widget but it does not show the "go" button. Previously when the button didn't show it was merely hidden with css using the display:none. This is what I can't find and want. It seems that it's the "in" thing now to leave off the button, and I see all the new Genesis themes are leaving it out
Hi Brad. I did (well used Dreamweaver <G>) Couldn't find it
Hi Susan. Thanks for finding my post! Yes, it was all sorted thanks.
just reread your last post and realised you said "There’s no provision to add an image to a category page in Genesis." Just checked a site without woocommerce and see it's not there!! OOPS! I thought that the provision WAS in Genesis which is why I asked here!