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Hello.. I'm not that pro with design and try forever to understand where to start with this web. I have installed the Muse theme and did the basic setup; however, I do not have idea how to modify it. You see, first of all what I like about the theme is the pictures slide at the background but I don't have idea how to get my web to that point. Can someone please help me, guide me... I just need the direction to loo for it (at least) I'm getting frustrated 🙁 ... is it a plugin?
Also, I have installed the Genesis template .. on my other websites it appears on the left sidebar in the dashboard of the admin page of the web, but here doesn't appear at all. Should I have to re-install it?
here is how the theme looks (how I would like to... step by step..for now the pic slide at the background)
If that theme is the Muse that's listed on Theme Forest, it is not a Genesis child theme, and would not use Genesis.
You need to ask them if they have a Genesis child theme version of Muse, or find another theme that is a Genesis theme.
Thank you Summer 🙂 ...
so that means I can't work with using wordpress?
or what are the disadvantages of not having Genesis for this theme? 😮
No, it is a standalone WordPress theme, you'll be fine in using it... it's just that you might not get as much help here for it as you would with a Genesis theme 🙂
And I'm biased, but I think Genesis as a framework is more stable, and secure, and much better supported than 99% of the themes you'd find on Theme Forest (even though I nitpick about a few Genesis quirks now and then) 🙂
Now, making a Genesis child theme that looks like Muse... that would be a serious coding project.
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