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January 18, 2018 at 9:42 am in reply to: Wellness Pro – Display Post Title & Image on Category Pages #215494
Tried that and it did not work either.
I'm not currently running any caching installs or have added any custom function. I've set the site up recently and for the most part it's a base install.January 18, 2018 at 9:01 am in reply to: Wellness Pro – Display Post Title & Image on Category Pages #215492
Brad thanks for the feedback. I did as specified in the post but the category pages are still rendering the same.
Outside of the directions in the post is there something else it could be?
I believe you may be incorrect. I've read over the following directly from the tracking page:
If a person is taken to a new page as a result of the action, you should set up the event to be sent on page load. Ex: After a purchase a person is taken to an order confirmation page.
To send events on page load, add the event code (between <script> tags) just below the </head> tag. This allows the event code to load along with the pixel base code when the page loads.
Be sure not to insert the event code inside the <head> tags.
I did want to clarify that the same rules still apply for the genesis framework and child themes.
If I wanted to drop my tracking code on only the front page then:
Thanks Victor that is perfect.
I only have the live install.
For the settings I also left the defaults and checked meta so it does not get rid of my image meta.
The child theme change did not help. I'm also running into the same issue with http://www.accurateleads.com which is also genesis but different child theme.
After disabling other plugins it did not correct.
Everything is as updated and for some reason there are no conflicts that I could find.
I'm at a bit of a loss here and thinking I may just have to bit the bullet.
I really appreciate the insights and if there is anything that stands out that you know it could be please let me know.
That is what the issue is though. I have optimized and re-optimized with EWWW but still have the errors when checking.
Is there any other way to fix this?
That is what is strange... I never changed any of the thumbnail sizes to begin with. The changes occurred without any alterations to the CSS.
There were a few plugin updates but no changes were made. I am using W3TC if that could be playing a role...
That did it!
Thanks again for the help.
I tried both of your solutions and neither will fit my scenario (for the way I implemented).
If I drop the code you suggest in my style sheet it removes all page titles.
For the link to the wordpress forum no one is using the Genesis Connect for WooCommerce and the setup is different. I did try to go through their implementation though.
At this point I would just be happy to remove it or turn the text grey but only for the pages utilizing woocommerce as the other pages of the site are styled how they should be.
The only other question I have is how to style the featured image. Where would I apply the code?
This actually ended up being a missing div tag in the style sheet and the problem has since been resolved.
Thanks for all the help.
Thanks Victor. Your instructions were extremely concise and it made the changes easy.
I appreciate it!
That did it.
I really appreciate the help.
I made all of the suggested changes and there are still 4 columns.
Do you know what else could need to be done?
No WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, or Cloudflare.
I checked once you suggested this and also came across the same results. When I enter it in firebug the issue is corrected but for some reason the page is still incorrect.
Should there be anything added to the functions.php to allow the clear div to work?
Thanks for taking a look but I added the bit you suggested to the style sheet and the issue is still live.
Is there anything else it could be?
Thanks for taking a look Ozzy.
It worked well except for one hitch. All of the post titles on the blog page were also removed.
Do you know how I would keep the titles on the blog page?
//* Remove page titles site wide (posts & pages) (requires HTML5 theme support)
remove_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_do_post_title' );