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April 21, 2014 at 10:29 am in reply to: How to use post_id > #101673
Ahhh, I see. I love that I learn something every day. Being self-taught, and doing 'cut-and-paste' code, even after several years, there is still so much to learn. 🙂
Thank you all who replied, especially Gary, for not just the code, but as importantly the explanation of why it does what it does. I really appreciate it.
Have a great day.April 21, 2014 at 10:13 am in reply to: How to use post_id > #101667
Excellent. The || get_the_id was where I couldn't figure structure.
Only question remaining is if I want the code to only apply where the post ID is GREATER than 18800, should the code be:
get_the_id() >= 18800 (instead of <=)?
Thank you.April 20, 2014 at 6:51 pm in reply to: How to use post_id > #101559
Thanks, but no, I'm looking to target ALL ids AFTER a specific id. e.g. post_id > 18800
Any guidance out there?
Thanks.June 5, 2013 at 11:16 pm in reply to: Hide some widgets on mobile devices #44268
Thank you @cdils for explaining and providing an example. I am new to responsive css, so I was struggling to figure out the exact language.
While the above did remove the widget class, I had some serious troubles with header height and a background issue. Eventually resolved, based on the initial find of your comment.
I find the new StudioPress forums lacking compared to the 'old days' but was pleasantly surprised to find your post. I just thought I'd let you know your contributions are appreciated.
- MitchMarch 4, 2013 at 8:41 pm in reply to: Metro Menu #24250
Ha! I think I figured it out. I loaded Genesis and then Metro on a new site, created a menu, and it worked. Success.
But that wasn't good enough, I needed to know WHY it worked. 🙂 So I added some of my Menu/Nav plugins that I use on the new site... and it stopped working. So I went and deactivated those plugins on the other site until it worked there too.
Problem solved. Plugin conflict with 'Genesis Nav Menu Amplified.' Not sure why it conflicted. Don't think I still need this plugin anymore, as I do create only custom menus.
For those who were having this problem, see if it is plugin conflict like this one that creates the issue.
MitchMarch 2, 2013 at 10:43 pm in reply to: Metro Menu #23857
@susan - thanks for the reply. No, I did not drag widgets like that. I simply structured the Appearance / Menus / Theme Locations to state which menus were to show where. Again, the menus showed in their respective places, but did so vertically and with a list-style-type: circle.
And without changing anything menu wise, it displays totally correctly in Backcountry theme (but not in either Metro or Sample).
Weird.March 2, 2013 at 8:21 pm in reply to: Metro Menu #23844
I am having the same issues as Merlin.
Deleted the Metro theme and reinstalled, twice now, once from wordpress, once from ftp.
Checked the .css and yes it has the code Riavon mentioned.
Quintuple checked my menus, even creating fresh ones. Layout is correct. Settings are correct. Shows menus and changes.
Dropped my laptop out the second floor window - ok, didn't really do that last one, but felt like it. 🙂
Still, the menus show up, vertically, and with bullets.
Amazing that can be this frustrating.
Sorry to not be able to link to site, locked down client test site. But take my word for it. 🙂
One more tidbit, this same exact thing happens with Genesis 'Sample' (1.9), the default child for the 1.9.1 framework, but does NOT happen when I go back to Backcountry, my former theme.January 28, 2013 at 3:15 pm in reply to: style on Search page #15713
Thank you for your reply. I have gone in another direction with this challenge. I used David Decker's Widgetized Archive plugin to create a new archive page structure, and used Nick's NavMenu Amp plugin to send those cats to the new page, which allowed me to use a default Genesis format for the search page results, which was fine. The problem I was having was that the default Genesis setup makes search, archive, etc... all formatted (content/limit vs. excerpt) the same, and I wanted to format some differently.
If you have any follow-up guidance for how to accomplish what I was looking to do though, please share as a reference for others.
Thanks again. Your reply returns some semblance of faith in the "new and improved" forums structure. As a four-year customer way back to the Revolution/ProPlus days, I am quite disappointed in the way the new "support" is structured. At least I have four years of trial and error, if I was new to WordPress/StudioPress now, I question whether I would buy, as the support forum was the key factor in my purchase.
Have a great day!