November 6, 2019 at 2:45 pm #494495
As I have seen in other posts some of us get the message "Genesis Simple Edits requires WordPress 5.0.0 and Genesis 3.1.0, or greater. Please upgrade to the latest version of Genesis to use this plugin." But the upgrade doesn't work.
I am running News Pro child theme which is said to be HTML5 and Gutenberg ready.
I have upgraded via ftp but with no effect at all on the message.
Also, when I click for details on the Genesis theme on the themes page, it still says version 2.1.
I did this yesterday and the only guess I have is that there is a cache on the server in play, but as time pass I now put the question here.
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WordPress 5.2.4 med temat News Child Theme. Using Genesis 2.10.1.November 6, 2019 at 4:54 pm #494500November 7, 2019 at 6:43 am #494518
I recently upgraded to 7.3.0RC1
/chrisNovember 7, 2019 at 7:03 am #494519
Your theme is not News Pro but the older version simply called News. It looks like you had the older version that was NOT responsive and someone may have customized it to be responsive. Did someone customize the site for you?
November 7, 2019 at 8:55 am #494525
You are using the old XHTML version of News. You will need to log in to your my.studiopress.com account and download the HTML5 version.
Support for XHTML theme ended with Genesis 3.0. So you are stuck at your current version unless you upgrade your theme to the new version of News Pro. See Changelog here - https://studiopress.github.io/genesis/changelog/ under 3.0.0 > Removal Heading (Removed support for all non-html5 output.).
Your site will need to be updated with all of your branded colors, etc. You can use a plugin called Widget Importer & Exporter to export your current widgets to your desktop. Change themes and then import the widget file to import your widget content.
I would say maybe put the site on a Staging area, work up the new website and then push the update to Live to give you the new look.
It's basically going to be a re-design with an updated version of News Pro. I'd sugg
November 7, 2019 at 9:32 am #494528
Ah, that sounds like a reasonable explanation. The customisation is mine and the sie is quite old.
OK, time for redesign, maybe.
Thank you very much for helping me to find the problem!!!
/chrisNovember 7, 2019 at 10:00 am #494530
I'd say do the re-design so you'll be able to benefit from all of the new features and functions of Genesis along with some of the Genesis specific plugins.
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