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Just a guess here: you have enabled the HTML5 support on a theme that was not updated to HTML5 mark-up. So your design was messed up which you expect to happen.
To make Sleek theme compatible with the new code within the parent theme you need to update the CSS of your child theme to "play" with the new code within the Framework which is now Genesis version 2.0.
Have a look at this tutorial (also includes a free tool) and try to do what it says there.
This article explains it all.
Can't think of any other reason you have that error other than some sort of double authentication or some extra layer of protection.
Try to disable the password plugin and see if it's working. For me it didn't work when I had wp-admin password protected in cPanel.June 21, 2013 at 4:28 pm in reply to: Drawing images for websites: Canvas size and upload question #47117
Not sure you ask the right question in the right forum. This forum is about Genesis framework and StudioPress child themes (obviously) and you ask a question about photo drawing/editing...
Are you using any type of directory protection such us password protection of wp-admin or Google Authenticator plugin? This might cause the problem...June 21, 2013 at 4:11 pm in reply to: Genesis Responsive Slider Image & Title Width Issue #47112
Yes, you are using Adorable which is not a responsive theme. I had the same problem and I was trying to sort this out with the theme provider. In the end it didn't work. Adorable is not designed to work with Genesis Responsive Slider. I'l suggest using a different slider-I'd suggest Soliloquy.
Alternatively I'd suggest using a different theme (this is what I did).
Use a custom widget (or create one if your theme does not have one) and use Simple Sidebars plugin for Genesis to add the desired widget to the desired post.
The nice part is that if you update the link that you do this only in the widget and it gets automatically updated on all your previous posts.
With Simple Sidebars the only "problem" is that you have to choose which widget to add to each article which could be a little bit of hassle if you have many "call to action" or different messages. You can choose which widget to show on each after-post sidebar on a post by post basis by simply choosing it in your article's dashboard.
Yeas, you are right! I was checking the feature on a site that is on maintenance mode. It seems that on a live site you are right, you can enable and disable the comments form on particular pages.
It doesn't work like that. Once you've disabled comments in Genesis>Theme settings you cannot overwrite on a page basis. You even have the comments enabled or disabled and this is dictated by Genesis. I was wondering if there is a way to overwrite that setting...