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September 19, 2013 at 5:00 am in reply to: How to highlight (make bold) title at featured post/page widget? #63353
Thanks for answering and the snippet, however that makes the title of the widget bold, and I didn't mean that (sorry!)
I meant that the title fetched (post/page) gets highlighted so it is differentiated from the excerpt.
Thanks!April 6, 2013 at 9:07 am in reply to: assign the blog's sidebar to the archive page #33472
Oh I see, I didn't understand what you mean. Yes, indeed I can go category by category assigning the blog sidebar. But I have lots of tags, though, going tag by tag is a drag, isn't there any other way?
ElenaApril 6, 2013 at 8:11 am in reply to: assign the blog's sidebar to the archive page #33464
Yes that's what I tried doing but...
..but the thing is: there's no such page created with this theme. I already contacted the theme's author, he told me to post it over here.
Thanks!March 29, 2013 at 11:39 am in reply to: How might a widgetized homepage affect SEO? #31950
@flamenco no expert at all in SEO, however due to my field of work, I have to collaborate with many SEO agencies and consultants...and frankly speaking: SEO is the opposite to exact science for you might get different tips and guidelines from each of them...:) Por cierto, vivo en Valencia, un poco lejos de Andalucía pero me gusta la guitarra flamenca 😉
@billmurray thanks a lot for your explanation (by 'developer' I meant the guy who developed the theme I purchased, not from studiopress)March 28, 2013 at 10:31 am in reply to: How might a widgetized homepage affect SEO? #31778
Thanks for your reply.
I know the Genesis SEO settings. But the homepage doesn't appear as a page. The developer has designed it in a way there's a php that loads the homepage with widgets, but no page as such has been created. So I really have serious doubts the SEO will work this way.
What do you think?
PS: I'm from Spain, so, buenas tardes 😉