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September 23, 2017 at 9:15 am in reply to: [Executive Pro] How to Remove WooCommerce Breadcrumbs #211795
I found the issue. It was a mistake I made in uncommenting the following line
That was causing the WooCommerce breadcrumbs being invoked from within the Genesis Connect for WooCommerce plugin.
Thanks for all your help!September 22, 2017 at 2:20 pm in reply to: [Executive Pro] How to Remove WooCommerce Breadcrumbs #211764
Thank you for the suggestion, but I was looking for a PHP solution (not to hide it via CSS).
Sorry I should have clarified that in my original post.
I'd think somebody has to have disabled WooCommerce Breadcrumbs on Genesis-based themes!September 22, 2017 at 10:26 am in reply to: [Executive Pro] How do I show the tagline when the site header is a logo? #211753
I tried those CSS changes and it did not work. The logo slid all the way down to halfway in the page (padding-top: 210px).
The rule pertaining to "site-description" did not apply because there is no "site-description" element being generated by the template code.
Thanks anyway.September 20, 2017 at 7:35 pm in reply to: [Executive Pro] How do I show the tagline when the site header is a logo? #211688
Thanks for your response. The site is http://www.tacknrider.com
I did add the logo via the Header Image setting. Please ignore my earlier statement about "edit the stylesheet to set a background image". I understand that is automatically done when the Header Image setting is used.
I noticed that the site's tagline is not even added by the code when the Header Image is used.June 24, 2017 at 9:11 am in reply to: How do I disable specific Schma.org code on Single Product page? #208239
Thanks, Vic for the follow up. I am aware of the Woocommerce templating system/process.June 23, 2017 at 9:59 pm in reply to: How do I disable specific Schma.org code on Single Product page? #208223
I was able to figure out how to accomplish this. It turns out that this is not Genesis related anyway.
The error message I received in GSC (Google Search Console) implied that I needed to add an element with the itemprop="name" tag.
Just add that tag in the single-product/title.php file as follows:
the_title( '<h1 class="product_title entry-title" itemprop="name">', '</h1>' );
Hope this helps someone.
I was able to figure out (with help from Algolia engineers) why this was not working on Genesis themes. For anyone else looking for an answer to this, please change the CSS in your child theme's style.css:
overflow: visible !important;
But I do not see any errors in the Console under Google Chrome Inspect Tools.
Can you please post what errors you are receiving?
Thanks, Victor. I have been browsing the StudioPress themes. So far, I have not found any where more than 1 widget is present in each row (and aligned horizontally).
May be I have not looked hard enough. Do you know of any StudioPress child themes with this functionality?
You can always use the Google Analytics by Yoast plugin (https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-analytics-for-wordpress/). It works quite well.
If you wish to manually check the code, install the Google Tag Assistant Chrome Add-On/Extension and load your site. Make sure you are not logged in to the site. Hover over the Google Tag Assistant and check the status of the Google Analytics tag.