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Oops, I forgot to say Thank you.
You didn't forget ... you remembered 🙂 But it seems many people on the StudioPress forums do forget ... or they just take the assistance they get here for granted ... at absolutely zero cost to them!!
Interestingly, the Authority forums experience is much much different ...
We are talking about the little YouTube image/link that appears in the bottom right-hand corner of the header image, right?
I just checked your site on my mobile (Android) device. Seems to be working rather nicely 🙂
I wonder if your mobile device is displaying an old/cached version.
I'm also not experiencing any page speed issues.
June 3, 2015 at 11:43 am in reply to: Agency Pro Primary and Secondary Sidebar Aside not disappearing #154728
Really need to see your website at this point.
It doesn't sound like an issue with your theme since - unless you added one in - Agency Pro doesn't have a custom blog template by default, i.e. it takes the blog template from the parent framework. That markup is coming from the genesis_attr_* stuff.
Did you clear down any WP-related caching tools, e.g. W3 Total Cache?
June 3, 2015 at 11:00 am in reply to: Agency Pro Primary and Secondary Sidebar Aside not disappearing #154718June 3, 2015 at 10:50 am in reply to: Agency Pro Primary and Secondary Sidebar Aside not disappearing #154717
If you can't find it in your theme files, it could have been added to a plugin ... or worse than that ... a core WP file may have been modified.
The quickest method to finding something in your WP install is to download the whole thing using FTP software to a local folder on your device, then running a search through it.
Otherwise, we're kinda just guessing 🙂
Not a silly question at all 🙂
Click on the "Performance" tab down the left-hand side of your admin dashboard. That'll take you into the W3TC dashboard ... where you will see an option to "empty all caches".
I see your site is now in Maintenance Mode ... but I had noticed earlier that you applied the change and it worked 🙂
First thing to do is make sure you keep whatever you currently have in your footer widgets ... just in case something goes wrong 🙂
There are a couple of ways you could do this. One way is entirely CSS-based, which involves adding display: none; to .footer-widgets-2 and .footer-widgets-3 ... then for .footer-widgets-1, set width: 100%; and remove the margin-right definition.
The other involves popping into your functions.php file and looking for something like add_theme_support('genesis-footer-widgets', 3); ... then change that "3" to a "1". This will ensure that only one footer widget area exists in your Widgets area. You will still need to apply the CSS change for .footer-widgets-1 described above.
I just checked the Daily Dish Pro theme files ... which has the Content-Sidebar layout fixed for static front pages 🙂
Try taking out the following lines from the front-page.php file in your main theme folder:
// Force content-sidebar layout setting add_filter( 'genesis_site_layout', '__genesis_return_content_sidebar' );
This is a CSS thing. Basically, to get the menu to stick in place like your comparison site, add the following lines of CSS code to your nav.nav-primary selector:
position: fixed; width: 100%;
Then, in order to compensate for the fixed position of your menu, you need to add the following CSS to your .site-header selector:
Both these selectors appear as inline CSS ... which is generated after the page has been loaded ... using "CSSHero.org Dynamic CSS & Fonts" ...
Curious one. The following line appears as a comment in your HTML:
<!--?php comments_popup_link(__('Comments (0)'), __('Comments (1)'), __('Comments (%)')); ?-->
This is a backend function that appears in one of your PHP theme files ... and it has been commented out.
This is the reason why you are not seeing any comments 🙂
--- at the beginning and at the end respectively - need to be removed, i.e. it should look like the following:
<?php comments_popup_link(__('Comments (0)'), __('Comments (1)'), __('Comments (%)')); ?>