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function_exists( 'yoast_breadcrumb' )check in the framework doesn't work in the most recent version of WordPress SEO (v.18.104.22.168) due to a change in the way the function is made available through the class now (since 1.5).
See Issue 795 on GitHub
Yup, I didn't see a good way to modify it so that it wouldn't advance automatically. At least not quickly. I've gone with very long delays between advancing for now.
One of the things I particularly like about this slider is that you can select taxonomies/post types to automate what goes in the slider. All of the other free ones I've found out there only really let you set up static declarations of which posts go in there, rather than managing them via CPT/taxonomy. Am I missing a good one out there that functions like that but with increased flexibility?
This is rather embarrassing. A very minor typo that I missed was causing the issue.
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Hopefully some part of this post helps someone in the future at least.February 5, 2014 at 8:56 am in reply to: Outreach Pro – Home Page Error – Primary Sidebar Showing up – Help! #88757
That looks exactly like the issue I was seeing.
In Genesis Layout Extras, I have everything set to the defaults except Home Page layout. That corrected the issue. Are you also using the default home page settings for the theme? It looks like you are.
Here's a screen shot of the Layouts for WordPress Default Cases section in Layout Extras:
Edit: Image embed didn't work right; converted to just a link (imgur.com)
Edit 2: Trying to embed image link with again.
You can change the height and width of the image in the functions.php file (lines 45 and 46, respectively).
You'll also need to change the width of .title-area in the style.css file (starting on line 1049).
I think that's all the changes needed. All the other css widths are set to 100%, so they don't need changing.January 29, 2014 at 1:14 pm in reply to: Outreach Pro – Home Page Error – Primary Sidebar Showing up – Help! #87713
I'm assuming you're using Genesis Layout Extras?
It does seem to override the home layout (setting it to the Genesis Default layout, which is content/sidebar for this theme). If you switch it to Full Width Content, everything seems to be fine.
Setting is under:
Genesis > Layout Extras > Layouts for WordPress Default Cases > Homepage Layout
Did you ever find a solution for this? I'm trying to figure out the same thing.