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November 25, 2020 at 2:53 pm in reply to: What happened to Business Pro & Corporate Pro Themes? #502074
Thank you for the update.
Happy Holidays and
keep up the good work.
November 7, 2020 at 12:18 pm in reply to: Monochrome Pro Adding Feature Image to Archive pages (tags & Categories) #501818
OK, I figured it out I did not include a check in #3 on the Content Archive page.
Thanks again for your ideas & help.
November 7, 2020 at 12:07 pm in reply to: Monochrome Pro Adding Feature Image to Archive pages (tags & Categories) #501817
Anita, Thank you for the link to the Featured Image plugin.
I would like to try every ave. before adding another plugin.
It looks, to me that the theme is set up to include the featured image on the archive pages.
November 7, 2020 at 12:00 pm in reply to: Monochrome Pro Adding Feature Image to Archive pages (tags & Categories) #501816
Thank you for your quick response.
Bianca, Yes I went to Customize > Theme Settings > Content Archives and
tried all the images listed in #4, and nothing worked.
Anita, I want to include the feature image below the post titles and above the entry content for each post listed in a Category and tag page. I am not trying to set up a featured image for a Category or tag page.
I will try a fresh install and see if I can get another outcome.
I am also a long time Studiopress/Revolution customer and glad to hear there are plans for the future.
As I explain to others why I use Genesis: it's because of the reliability, security, and community.
Changing from Themes to blocks is smart and the right way to move forward for the user and the company.
Please keep up the good work.
Just to be clear are you using Guttenberg & Atomic Blocks?
I don't seem to be having trouble anywhere else, even on the Business Pro theme by SEOThemes.
So just putting it out there, will contact SEO Themes next.
December 16, 2018 at 7:07 am in reply to: Mai Lifestyle Theme before header widget & font size #225074December 16, 2018 at 7:01 am in reply to: Mai Lifestyle Theme before header widget & font size #225073
I like to add my custom css to the bottom of the child theme style.css.
Don't mess with the Genesis parent.
The main reason for the child is to make custom design changes without changing the core code.
This way when major WordPress and Genesis updates take place your custom design is still there and working.
I'm pretty old too and Gutenberg is a pretty big jump and the future is pretty eminence.
It's always good to be learning new things and Gutenberg will have a lot of new stuff in the future so I'm apprehensive and excited at the same time.
Switched over about 9 sites with no problems and no breakage.
Opened up one page in Gutenberg and lost all my line breaks, easy fix.
Started what will be a large post in G and so far pretty much like it. Have't checked out the html code yet but understand it works seamlessly.
June 30, 2018 at 9:39 am in reply to: how will the recent acquisition by WP Engine effect my account? #221245June 27, 2018 at 12:46 pm in reply to: how will the recent acquisition by WP Engine effect my account? #221163
Yes, I think a lot of users have or will have the same questions.
I wonder how the pricing will change?
If the All Plus memberships/accounts will change?
I am excited about the new themes and the core but concerned about the dynamics and smoothness of how that will all take place.
October 30, 2017 at 10:56 am in reply to: Looking for Tutorials on Customizing Agentpress Listings Plugin #213091
Hi Brad, Thanks for your reply and helpful link.
October 30, 2017 at 10:55 am in reply to: Looking for Tutorials on Customizing Agentpress Listings Plugin #213090
I can't see your response, it's marked as private. Was this for me?
Thanks Victor, Sorry about the confusion.
I am really talking about another website
as an example
I would like to change the widget areas on the left to be 100% of the content & sidebar area
and not have the sidebar on the front page.
Have not setup the homepage widgets yet, not to mention additional posts.
I love the Simple Sidebar widget, by Nathan Rice I think. I use it on all my sites.
I like the size of the content area 750px, of the Divine theme and the way it manages the nav menus.
Your talk at the Atlanta WordCamp is on my to do list.
see ya soon