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We're having issues with two key parts of our site. First - our website is http://www.buildingmodern.net . The first error is the "Next Page" at the bottom of the home page simply isn't working. It will take you to /page/2 ; however, it's the exact same content as the main page.
Secondly, our images can't be resized what-so-ever. We put in custom width and heights - in editing, it shows the correct size. However, in preview or published posts, the images will not retain these sizes.
Any ideas? Is this our child theme (Swank) or do you think it is Genesis causing this?
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My first suggestion would to put in a support ticket with Pretty Darn Cute Designs to see if they have had this issue with others and provided a fix already. My second suggestion would be to deactivate your plugins to see if the resizing issue fixes itself. You can use the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin to also see if it fixes the resizing issue.
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where did you put in the custom sizes? Did you run the regenerate thumbnails plugin?
The Swank theme is set up to display by default, a widgetized home page. It is designed for the home page to be set to "display latest posts". If you set your home page to be a static page, the pagination does not work.
If you don't want to display the home page widgets, and would rather use the theme as a blog, then rename your home.php file to something else (like "oldhome.php"); that will take away the home page widgets, and display the blog on the home page (once again, making sure that you have your home page set to "display latest posts").
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