March 1, 2017 at 2:20 pm #202269
I recently moved to SSL and the my genesis/prose site ribbonfarm.com has a few residual bugs related to hardcoded http URLs in the minified.css file generated by Prose.
Anybody else have this problem? The specific files are 3 .pngs used by the theme it seems. Unclear if just directly editing the minified.css file will do the trick since it will be regenerated anytime I make a design setting change.
Not sure how the minification works, and the Prose child theme doesn't appear to have been updated since 2013.http://ribbonfarm.comMarch 1, 2017 at 3:27 pm #202274
Prose does not have a minified style sheet, nor does it generate one. The minification appears to be something your host (WP Engine) is doing. And, the Prose style sheet uses relative URLS to display the images. The http is not hard coded anywhere. This is what it uses:
background: url(images/footer-list.png) no-repeat top left;
You need to work this issue through with your host or disable caching plugins.
March 1, 2017 at 6:02 pm #202290
Thanks, I checked again, and the setting is in Genesis itself, not Prose. Under Design Settings > General Settings, there is a box you can check for 'minify CSS?'
Unchecking that and saving fixed it, and then rechecking and re-saving preserved the new state. So looks like that regenerated the minified CSS appropriately.March 1, 2017 at 6:04 pm #202291
Victor FontModeratorJune 18, 2018 at 4:09 pm #220952
I know this is an old thread (and Prose is old), but it might help someone. It helped me to find the earlier discussion. It's confusing to me that Genesis and the child themes have different options between Genesis and Appearance - dependent on the child theme I suppose. When Prose is activated there is an option Genesis | Design Settings which has many settings including Minification on or off. When I first read Victor's response I looked for plugins, and did a find using Netbeans to help locate them. Some of the plugins do set minification (not necessarily optional), but Prose itself was responsible. It has created files under wp-content/uploads/prose - custom.css, custom.php, minified.css, and settings.css.
I'm not sure if knowing this helps me directly as I try to emulate the look and feel of a Prose site with Executive Pro (which doesn't have a default way to display the site-description along with the header image) but it may stop me going on some wild goose chases.
I would rather not restart the search for a theme (which is going to be used to combine two sites), but it's interesting that Prose (not updated since 2013), is still recommended as a responsive child theme.
MikeAugust 16, 2018 at 4:23 pm #222563
Thanks for that tip, Ribbonfarm. Unchecking minify and then rechecking solved the mixed content problem for me.August 22, 2018 at 3:20 am #222664
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