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Talk your host about editing your httaccess file to disable hotlinking.
It's not recommended to disable right click due to accessibility issues.
You just use the issuu code to embed now - no need to install the plugin anymore.
Just put the following code in your page, you can change your code when you generate, according to your preferences.
<iframe src="//e.issuu.com/embed.html#yournumbershere" width="your width in pixels" height="your height in pixels" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe>August 20, 2014 at 3:49 pm in reply to: Is it better to have multiple websites for SEO purposes? #120085
Visual composer is not a StudioPress product, but they do have their own support which is quite good.
The way responsive design works in this theme is the sidebar drops below the content, because the sidebar is less important than the content. This is important from an SEO perspective.
In this theme the Site description area "your life optimized" is an area that you could have a developer customize the enews widget to go in that location. http://www.studiopress.com/genesis-developers
You can also have a service like Genesis Tweaks or Elto do this for you.
If you kept all your edits to the child theme, Legacy, you'll be fine. Legacy runs on top of Genesis.
As always back up your site first, you should be doing this anyway. Also it's best security practice never to use the admin username.
That would require some customization.
Probably the easiest way to create something similar would be to use a landing page which has no navigation or footer.
Add a logo or header.
Then use the Genesis column classes to create the 3 column layout you show.
Or you could just create a new home page template.
Both will require a new .php page.
There is some info about this in the tutorials in the members area, also check out Sridhar Katakham's website - http://sridharkatakam.com/
Genesis developers could do this for you, or you could try Genesis tweaks - http://genesistweaks.com/
Hi Krissy, you may want to check out David Decker's plugin:
Prose Layout Extras - http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-prose-extras/
You can do a lot of cool stuff with it.
Uh oh, I had not planned on updating my theme to HTML5.
I'll have to translate to the old hooks. Or fiddle around on a dev site and put into action in November after my members session is finished.
@anitac - I understand what you are saying - but if you check off "archive" Simply Exclude will NOT keep it off a page that you create using the Archive template type. It will remove it from a category archive, though. Completely different.
Yes, I understand - I have thank you pages for my email subscribers too.
Yoast is definitely one to include in your list. http://yoast.com/wordpress/seo/
His and Genesis specifically designed to work well together.
That's just a page that was set up using that template. The 404 page uses that template.
So for example if I go to your site and I look for the url
I get the same page.
But the page /sitemap is not automatically created by default.
But nice vegetables:)
That is called the archive page template. You can use it for a site map. WordPress SEO can create an xml sitemap for search engines not people. Two completely different things.
If you want things to be excluded on the archive page template (what you are calling site map - the one that shows on the 404 page) you can set the post or page to private) OR you can set a post or page redirect with Yoast.
You can also use a membership plugin to protect the contents of the post or page from the public. I hope this helps! The plugin @anitac mentioned will exclude from search but not from this page.
Do you mean the archive page template?
Which theme? If you set a page or post to private it hides it.
Sundancer - Which theme do you use?
An xml site map is different than a public site map.
I use WordPress SEO by Yoast to control what I want to show in the sitemap or not.
Can you please clarify how to do this - I use Simply Exclude to keep stuff out of searches - but it does not have a setting to keep stuff off the archive page template which is what I would use for a sitemap, and probably what @Sundancer was referring to.
On posts you can exclude from the archives (blog page), feed, front/home, searches; and on pages, from searches and widget:pages.
Is there another way to do this, or another plugin you can recommend?
Thanks!April 4, 2013 at 4:47 pm in reply to: How to create a new portofolio page with new category #33209
I have not had chance to try this yet - glad it worked for you. Now sooner or later if I can get to it for me:)
LisaMarch 26, 2013 at 8:16 am in reply to: How to create a new portofolio page with new category #31307
LauraJane, I would like to do the same thing, I looks like we have to do create a 2nd page and register a 2nd widget in functions php to match.
You would not modify the Genesis framework, just the Balance child theme files - functions.php, and create another Portfolio Page Template
genesis_register_sidebar( array( 'id' => 'portfolio', 'name' => __( 'Portfolio', 'balance' ), 'description' => __( 'This is the portfolio page.', 'balance' ), ) );
The category name is set when you put the featured posts widget in the new widget area.
Another option is to use a grid category post layout, like Bill Erickson's http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/genesis-grid-loop/
I'll give this a try later on a copy of my Balance site and let you know how it works.
Just tried, the post id on the home page and that worked great! Seems like a good solution for a few pages.
If a lot of pages/posts and I use the custom body class, can I use it for only the h1, leaving everything else the same, say for example on different layouts?