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Fantastic mate! Did the trick... I knew there was a simple way of doing this!
btw, ur plugins look very interesting... especially the filter plugin for categories... can I use that on non-foodie pro themes?
Thanks Davinder... but the featured image is not linked to the post... we just need to add rel=share - isn't that post for replacing the link as well?
Thanks! that helped for us... we're using foodie pro, and was wracking my head around this. Changed in the widget-area.php from genesis_before_comments to genesis_entry_footer (for those who have this same problem).
You can see the end result here (plus you get a great recipe 🙂
That's currently what I'm doing... only partly. Let me try your code... question is whether it will align correctly in mobile as a responsive mode.
I noticed hooks in genesis 2.0 is different from previously... what do we do to align before title instead of after-entry.
Great! Now if someone can only tell me how to get rid of the eilipsis... so I can show only the thumbnails in the blog page.April 17, 2013 at 9:14 pm in reply to: Turning Genesis Child Theme into Minimalistic Scribe #36066
Thanks @nglstudios! Wouldn't mind co-auhoring this with someone for release, but as per wordpress.com - you need a sidebar to be considered for release there... plus i dont have time for support on this (hence the need for a co-author) + co-author has to clean up the css and remove all stuff that is not being used...April 14, 2013 at 11:15 pm in reply to: Turning Genesis Child Theme into Minimalistic Scribe #35509
That comment about scrolling was there from a couple of friends who I tested with. Not found a good enough solution to that yet...
The logic I use for minimalism, doesn't necessarily mean it should be absent, it should be available, but not necessarily visible until required.
What do you think about using a sticky menu (like on Brian's website)... this way the when the user scrolls, they immediately see a navigation with about/archives/contact?April 14, 2013 at 2:21 pm in reply to: Vertical Timeline Archive for Genesis based on Woothemes archive template #35458
Thanks to Nick from support for pointing the missing code!
< ? php global $post; ? >
should be inserted before...
< ? php
query_posts( 'posts_per_page=-1' );
$dates_array = array(); </code>