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Create a custom class using the field in the layout section for the blog page.
background-image: url ('images/bg.png');
Don't think you'll need this code if you use the custom class field
You'll see the class in the source code after you add it
Find the i.d or class for each widget and use that as the selector to target with a border. Try using Firebug
You'd put the CSS in your child themes style.css file, not in a widget
Another option is to create the HTML using your editor and paste that into your sidebar widget without using any CSS
You could use CSS but its alot easier to create the HTML and color the text in your editor and paste it into a text widget.
Tried this with Firebug and it worked
January 10, 2013 at 12:05 pm in reply to: How can you replace the generate box with a custom banner? #11005
Use the Genesis Simple Hooks plugin
If you only want it on the homepage, use a conditional tag otherwise just paste in the HTML for your banner in the hook location you want the banner to display.
Use the header width for your banner, any height is ok
Put this in your child themes style.css file (Not Your Functions.php)
or add an image for the background rather than a color.
You might want to change the background in the Background page back to the default of white
No keep the same theme and just install Genesis Simple Hooks and Easing Slider.
Adding the slider is easy.
You can add a widget area to the home page and then use the Genesis responsive slider ( Involves coding ) http://www.briangardner.com/home-widget-area-eleven40/
or you could use the Genesis Simple Hooks plugin and paste one line of php code for another slider (Easing Slider) in the hook location you want to display the slider
Slider on Index page?
What url exactly do you want the slider on?
You also added } to the end of the php which caused the white screen of death!
Check your Custom Background page now Sunil.
I didn't advise doing that.
Put the CSS code in your child themes style.css file and the php in your child themes functions.php
You'll need to access these files using FTP or your web hosts File manager in cPanel and delete the code you added.
If you can't do this, email me your cPanel or FTP details and i'll fix it.
/** Add support for custom background */
add_theme_support( 'custom-background' );
This will enable the custom background page
Add the code to your child themes functions.php file
You can also use this in your child themes style.css file
Add the email address you use in your WordPress settings to your Gravatar.com account.
Use the built in Background function under Appearance in your WordPress Dashboard
The people leaving comments on your blog aren't using an email address which is linked to a Gravatar.com account
Use Genesis Simple Edits and Genesis Simple Hooks plugins.
There's already a post on this forum about how to do this. http://www.studiopress.community/topic/how-do-i-remove-filed-under-and-tagged-with/
Remove Post info and post meta
Its normally in your public_html root directory (WordPress files) not in your theme files.
I'd be careful editing that file unless you know what you are doing. (backup first)
Any good web host will help you with that file.
What are you trying to make faster? Where did you get the code or tutorial to do this?
WordPress > General Settings > Date Format
You'll see a field for custom
Why don't you use the post i.ds for the ones you want to display in the slider?
Include or Exclude by Taxonomy ID
List which category, tag or other taxonomy IDs to exclude. (1,2,3,4 for example)
Example i.d's: 27165, 27123
The images need to be cropped to the exact same size before adding them as featured images. (posts and pages)
Your settings may not be configured correctly as well.
January 10, 2013 at 2:44 am in reply to: Education Theme used for website, but asked to create a Landing Page #10887