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September 19, 2017 at 10:12 am in reply to: Daily Dish Pro: making images from existing pre-theme posts fit #211630
You can try the regenerate thumbnails plugin, but if the original images are too small, they will be be fuzzy when enlarged. https://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/
September 19, 2017 at 10:07 am in reply to: How to create a Conditional Sidebar for a specific page? #211629
What was your solution?
I see the code now. It is not in the footer widget area or even in the footer. It is in the after footer area. How it got there, I have no idea with out examining the admin area of your site. I can't do that though as a community volunteer. All I can suggest is look for code in functions.php, if you are using Genesis Simple Hooks, look in there, or see if you have a widget in the after footer area.
I can't tell you where the bad code is. It is not displaying on your site. You say it's in a footer widget, then delete the widget. It does not appear to be in your widgets though otherwise I would see it in your source code. If it's added through a WordPress hook in functions.php, then delete the code in that file. I can't help you further with this issue. The amazon code is not on your site. As far as I can tell, you have nothing to delete.
Renu, help for the community marketplace themes are handled by the theme's developers (or their support staff). Questions on this site are answered by community volunteers with no affiliation to either Studio Press or the community marketplace developers. We are just people trying to help people.
That being said, the Genesis Framework works fine on PHP 7.x. Since Modern Blogger Pro is a Genesis Child theme and the functionality comes from Genesis, it's a pretty safe bet that PHP 7 will work for you without issue.
If you need help from Studio Press, contact them through https://my.studiopress.com/help/
The code for the menu icon is being generated on your page. I think the problem is with your CSS. Outreach Pro uses the dashicons delivered with WordPress for the mobile menu hamburger. Your theme is using a font named icons. It's possible your font is not loading properly or you have a bug in style.css that is preventing the media query for the hamburger from executing correctly. Either way, this is not related to the button you added, but it requires a level of troubleshooting that extends beyond the scope of what I can provide as a community volunteer.
The amazon script is not on your site. I don't know what you mean with question 1.
Plugins, regardless of how reputable, can still cause problems. First try replacing the bad code with good code. If the bad code is still in your source, turn off all plugins. Does the problem go away? If so, turn them on again one at a time and see if the problem returns.
Since you can see the admin area, the easiest way is to use this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/reveal-ids-for-wp-admin-25/
From the front end, you can look at the classes in the page's body tag. WordPress automatically adds a class named page-id-1234 where the 1234 is the actual internal page id. One of the reasons WordPress does this is so you can create page specific CSS.
You are using is_page() incorrectly. is_page() only accepts Page ID, title, slug, or array of such as an argument. You are using the query string. For is_page() to work in your case, use the page id: is_page('2052').
You may possibly have a plugin conflict. You have a couple of scripts that have been almost completely replaced with this: \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"
September 17, 2017 at 6:27 am in reply to: Structured Data Tool Error – Image Itemprop Missing #211581
As far as theme frameworks go, Genesis is arguably the king of WordPress hooks. There are more hooks (WordPress actions and filters) in Genesis than have ever been documented because many are generated dynamically. You can easily add custom classes for any CSS framework to virtually any element on a Genesis generated page. You can also change the wraps and structure using the same filters. This article explains how to add classes: https://victorfont.com/genesis-framework-add-a-custom-css-class-to-elements/. You may also want to take a look at Understanding Genesis Dynamic apply_filters() on my site.
As for rows and grids, it depends on where you want them. Within content, you could just add the classes directly. Within the WordPress loop, Genesis already has a grid loop you could customize. All the work will take place in functions.php or a custom php file that is loaded in functions.php. Hope this helps.
As for me looking through code for you, please use this page to open the discussion: https://victorfont.com/project-inquiry/
September 17, 2017 at 6:12 am in reply to: StudioPress Genesis Themes Structured Data does not properly validate #211579
I haven't had problems with structured data and Studio Press themes. The one time I did, it was only a warning and related to a setting in Yoast. I also just tested the url you provided, http://www.studiopress.com/blog, and it is reported as error free.
Breadcrumbs are displayed based on your WordPress permalink setting. WooCommerce has its own permalink settings. Try adjusting them.