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My PHP/WP dev figured it out.
define('wp_cache') had to be removed from wp-config.php in the root.
I had remembered that w3tc is being installed with new WP installs, and oddly, it wasn't in plugins, it was sitting in a folder OUTSIDE of plugins, as seen here: http://oi57.tinypic.com/9ihaif.jpg
I just deleted that bloodsucker.
The only solution I've found that works is toggling Activate/Deactivate on the "Remove Static Query Strings" plugin, but this is obviously a hack and not an ideal solution to the bug from the hallowed StudioPress team.May 3, 2014 at 3:46 pm in reply to: How do you get the right Text Widget area to show? #103502
Ha, thank you for the tip... The instructions really LACK specific instructions leading to feeling lost. The complete answer is to go to Genesis > Theme Settings > Default Layout and change the default from content-sidebar to content-sidebar-sidebar. If it were set to that as the default to begin with, it wouldn't have been as much of a hassle to figure out when playing in Widgets instead to try to find the answer...
P.S. There must be something StudioPress related causing this issue, because the ver number is showing up again on style.css?ver=2.0.2, which is a different version than style.css... where does this extra version reside and why doesn't it update when I make changes to style.css? So annoying.
Good idea, ty. Once I disabled "Remove query strings from static resources" then the changes appeared. I still don't get how there could possibly be two style.css files when only one is showing via FTP on the server... any idea how that works?
Because the whole idea of installing that plugin in the first place was ALSO because the change to style.css were NOT showing on the site either... so this is really annoying that I'll have to toggle that plugin ON AND OFF to make the changes show on the site. WTF?
Well that's an interesting observation. It's actually fully commented out: http://immanagers.com/namw/wp-content/themes/education/style.css
I asked my web developer to take a look so he might have done that. But still, why doesn't THAT code appear in the WP editor for style.css, and only appear through View Source > style.css on the website? Because if that code WERE in the editor, I could easily fix it.
That didn't work. Something in the theme is definitely over-riding my custom changes. Check this out, I changed the width from 380px to 594px in the WP editor in Education style.css:
But then when I hard refresh and view source on the site, the width now appears as 100% !important!
How could the CSS possibly be showing in one way in the editor and differently on the site and not reflecting my changes?! This is sooo annoying.