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April 30, 2013 at 8:24 pm in reply to: Streamline Child Theme: Increasing font size in Primary Nav Menu #38664
You can add font-size to the .primary-menu styling at line 283 of style.css.
TerryApril 29, 2013 at 12:47 pm in reply to: Changing height on Property Search widget (in AgentPress) #38447
Haha... I don't mean to sound silly but much simpler to change the size of the slider! 🙂
Changing the size of the Property Search widget looks to be a little more complicated than just a couple css changes, depending on what you're looking for. You can change the font, margins &/or padding in the css to start. Another person may have different advice.
Pretty site, Good Luck!
So glad to hear that you resolved the issue.
You shouldn't need to remove that content, rather just tweek (or remove) those width statements. Let me know if I can help.
When you add the advertising, you'll probably need to get in the media queries anyway.
Best of luck on your site & Enjoy the day,
To piggyback on @cdils. Do you use Firebug (Firefox) or Chrome DevTools (Chrome) to view your css? You can test edit to your css live. That may help you trouble shoot the site. If you don't use them, try Google for more info as there are many great reference sites.
Best of Luck with your site,
It looks like your media queries are messing with the responsiveness of the header widget area between 800 - 1200px.
Do you use FireBug or Chrome Developer tools to view the css? Depending on the browser you prefer, they are invaluable trouble shooting tools.
I just looked at this quick and using Chrome, commenting the #header .widget-area width statements at 2465 & 225 got you back in action. Try starting there.
Nice job on the site!
Thank you for sharing Vitros.
Based on your experience, I'll hold off on the upgrades but set aside some time to tackle 2.0 on the new project.
Here's hoping for a Genesis Connect update before then.
Just checked out your site, the logo sends to the home page out of the box.
Maybe empty the cache and reload the page in a fresh browser.
Great to see you guys making the long anticipated changes. I'm a great fan of StudioPress but having a little trouble understanding what goes where and finding the areas that have been helpful to me. Your old system was great, being able to search through the questions/answers of others was one of the most useful aspects and (really) clinched the decision to initially buy SP.
A couple comments (because I finally have time)...
I'm having a difficult time understanding why the division... Am I correct that the forums are a repository for postings and for users to help other users but they are not staffed by the SP team?
While my.studiopress is for "getting help" or other "listening" functions that we need to login for access. (No interaction here)
The two logins are just a pain (actually three to get to archive). It would be great to use a single login again.
I couldn't find where in my.StudioPress we're able to see the "getting help" ticket submissions & answers. Where can we get the postings like in the old system? May not have looked hard enough but that feature and the great support you have has me recommending StudioPress to all levels of WordPress users/developers.
Generally, change is hard. I've looked for blog postings on the new system and haven't found what I'm looking for yet. Something top level that describes the why behind the design/login/etc would really help me get my arms around what the end game is. It seems like this is an interim step.
The forum is a great idea, just may be difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. Wonder if having areas for each theme under the forum might be useful for people. Specifically theme areas (like the old folder structure) would make it much easier to use. Best of luck asking people to tag their threads, especially for new people this may be a stretch. The directories force the categorization.
You asked for feedback and here it is. Change can be hard, love your products, just having more difficulty than anticipated understanding what goes where in the new system and missing the easy to navigate breakout by theme and benefiting from the experience of others. As others have said... can see on your side why a ticket system eases internal support, from my side I can't easily find what I'm looking for.
For what it's worth, hope it helps. If it's easy to use... people will. I love your products and wouldn't have taken the time to share if I didn't. Right now, it's a little confusing and that's not what your intention is.
Best Wishes for continued success,