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September 3, 2018 at 7:40 am in reply to: How to change text size site wide, including dot points and shortcodes. #222892
I'm closing this, as it is a duplicate of this post: https://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/how-to-change-text-size-site-wide-including-dot-points-and-shortcodes
August 13, 2018 at 6:27 am in reply to: getting this error with jqmigrate using the refined theme and woocommerce #222427
Third party themes:
Happy & Playful (Violet color option) (disclaimer - this is one of my themes)
In both of these instances, the color option is selected in the Genesis Theme Settings, so no CSS updates required to switch to these color styles.
June 27, 2018 at 6:24 pm in reply to: Switching to standard wordpress themes and back to Genesis #221174
It's easy - just activate the Twenty Seventeen theme; your child theme will then become inactivated.
Once you have done the troubleshooting, reactivate your child theme. As long as you haven't deleted anything, your widget settings will return.
Which version of Foodie Pro are you using?
There is no Recipe Top or Recipe Middle in the latest version of the theme.
There are the following widgets in Foodie Pro v2:
Home Page widgets:
Recipe Index widgets:
Recipe Index: Search
Recipe Index: Featured Posts
If you need additional assistance, submit a support ticket here: https://feastdesignco.com/support and I’ll be happy to assist further.
Support Admin, Feast Design Co.
June 18, 2018 at 5:44 am in reply to: Change Font Color for Site Title and Menu Navigation Links #220940
To update Foodie Pro to version 3.0, read this guide: https://feastdesignco.com/how-to/foodie-pro-tutorials/can-update-foodie-pro-version-3/
Theme Support, Feast Design Co.
April 8, 2018 at 7:46 pm in reply to: Remove search Bar from Header Menu in Foodie Pro Theme #218783
As a best practice, we don't recommend removing the search bar. It's a better user experience to leave it in place so that visitors can quickly find content their looking for without having to navigate through the website.
While there are some rare cases that you don't want all your content immediately searchable, removing it also won't stop people from going to Google and simply searching "site:yoursite.com insert topic" and finding it anyways. Having it on your website at least enables you to keep track of what people are looking for.
If you're set on removing it, simply add this to Admin -> Appearances -> Customize -> Additional CSS
Closing this thread, as it is a duplicate of this one: https://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/pagination-problem-with-genesis-grid/
January 21, 2018 at 9:18 pm in reply to: FIX for mobile logo not showing on Boss Pro theme until scroll from theme devs #215593
If you have your site set to "display latest posts", create a page called "Blog" using the blog page template (rather than the "default" template). At the moment, your blog "page" is just a category archive, NOT an actual page (which is why you have /category in your URL.
January 21, 2018 at 9:09 pm in reply to: Altitude Pro Footer widget question and bottom menu #215589