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The real problem was that the site language in the blog admin was English.
I changed it to German at Settings -> General and the rest of the theme was automatically translated...
On this eleven40Pro theme at http://jaredfreyer.com, I have done the following to change this blog to a German one, but it still displays english:
1. Edited the wp-config.php file to define('WPLANG','de_DE');
2. uploaded the German .po and .mo to the languages folder in wp-content/languages
3. uploaded the German Genesis translation .mo and .po files to the languages folder in the themes/genesis/lib/languages/ folder as well as the themes/eleven40pro/languages/ folder.
I also installed Remkus' Genesis Translations plugin, but it also made no difference?
Any idea where the problem could be?
Managed to fix the problem.
Used this css to move the primary menu to the right and adding the margin-right tag, to move the menu back towards the center of the page:
Found the solution... in the functions.php there was code added to limit the secondary navigation to one level.
I removed it, and now the drop down is working...
The sub-menu link is called "Self-Improvement", and I have two sub-menus in place, but they're not visible... any idea how to get the sub-menus to work?
Found the Tags under the Serenity theme, I was looking at the wrong theme 🙂
In functions.php I moved the home-bottom above the home-middle-left and the home-middle-right widgets, and in the Appearance -> Widgets area the home-bottom widget is also above the other two. However on the blog at http://freyer.com the home-bottom widget is still below the other two... any idea how to change this?
//* Register widget areas
'id' => 'home-top',
'name' => __( 'Home - Top', 'metro' ),
'description' => __( 'This is the top section of the homepage.', 'metro' ),
'id' => 'home-bottom',
'name' => __( 'Home - Bottom', 'metro' ),
'description' => __( 'This is the bottom section of the homepage.', 'metro' ),
'id' => 'home-middle-left',
'name' => __( 'Home - Middle Left', 'metro' ),
'description' => __( 'This is the middle left section of the homepage.', 'metro' ),
'id' => 'home-middle-right',
'name' => __( 'Home - Middle Right', 'metro' ),
'description' => __( 'This is the middle right section of the homepage.', 'metro' ),
In addition to the above, copy your background image as bg.png to your /wp-content/themes/metro-pro/images/ folder.
I got it to work on this site at http://freyer.com if you need to check any code.
Step 1: Upload your background graphic in your WordPress Admin panel at Appearance -> Background
Step 2: Comment out a line of code in your functions.php file like this:
//* add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'metro_enqueue_scripts' );
Step 3: Also add this line to functions.php:
/** Add support for custom background */
add_theme_support( 'custom-background' );
Step 4: Add this css below to your styles.css file:
/* Add Background Image
The streched background should now have disappeared and your background image should now display properly.
Thanks Andrea, it's working nicely now except the headings are also underlined... would be great to be able to remove the underlining on the headers.... so only "read more" and "widget" are shown as links.
Andrea thanks for your help... now the links on the home page work nicely.
However all the headings and menu buttons are also underlined.
I only want links within the content to be displayed as links... so in http://freyer.com,
only the "Read more" links and the link "widget" in the first paragraph.
Thanks Debra, it works perfectly now!
I did come right this time, but will let you know when I get stuck again 🙂
Thanks Susan, the addition to the functions.php worked perfectly!