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Found the reason. Need to have "global $wp_query;" first. However, now, the page 2 shows 404 error. Any idea, please?
I am slowly coming back to developing, and notice that new Genesis child themes remove rem already. So, should I use px only in CSS nowadays?
I also want to add this feature, and would like to avoid plugin as much as possible. How to do with functions.php please?
Hmm... it seems fixed with setting featured image.
That's a good news. Thanks for sharing your experience, genwrock.
I have been using several Pro themes too, and having the same question: how to find out if my themes are compatible with WordPress 4.0 or not?February 2, 2014 at 12:52 pm in reply to: Minimum Portfolio Custom Taxonomy Returning No Results #88204
Well... read again the difference between is_home and is_front_page, replaced function and it's working now.
Yes, it's in functions.php file. And I also just tested like your suggestion and it looks like is_home() is not working. If I delete 'is_home() &&' then the slide can load to all pages.
Quick Cache updated 2 years ago. I am not sure if it should be used with the latest release of WordPress and Genesis?
Well... Thank you for replying, Susan. However, it's 10 days already. And I believe if you are customer, you don't want to wait 10 days to get answer. I did resolve issue myself.
For others if you face to the same trouble, please pay attention that Genesis 2.0 is using font-size: 14px as 100%, instead of 16px, likes in Genesis 1.x. So, for using rem, you will need to divide to 14, not 16.
+1 For Soliloquy. If you don't need premium features, they have lite version ready on wordpress.org plugins.
I tried some others, but always end up with Soliloquy.
I tried to understand what you want to do, but could not. Can you let us know more details please?
Thanks.July 5, 2013 at 4:51 pm in reply to: What is a "backdoor" to WordPress and do we need one? #49433
Or they have some tools such as ManageWP, InfiniveWP, etc. but I doubt it when they leave the sites for hacking. Reseting password through phpmyadmin was what I thought too.
Thank you, guys 🙂
Again, that's why I raised a ticket with StudioPress. It doesn't take much time to write a function for checking and loading custom.css if it's existed. Hope they have it in Genesis 2.0 when it's out. It will help to save time of all Genesis coders.
The plugin you listed is updated in June 24, I am not sure why you said it's outdated?
Anyway, Genesis doesn't have plugin likes that, but I use FPW sometimes http://wordpress.org/plugins/flexible-posts-widget/ it's currently not working with WPML, but other than that, it's a great one.
I raised a ticket before in StudioPress helpdesk about custom.css too. Many other frameworks include that option already. Just create custom.css (or some other name that framework can define in its document), then your WordPress installation will automatically recognize and use settings there with higher priority. I am not sure why StudioPress doesn't have that useful feature. When I asked, they just replied that it might be appearing in the future.
Back to your question, I believe the 1st and 3rd ways are the same method. And wp_enqueue_style() is preferred. In case you want to use gzip or minify option, it will use wp_enqueue_scripts structures, beside the benefit that is making sure to load script once.
No problem. I found the reason: it's because of CDN that I configured for customer. Clear that and see my CSS setting works well now.
Anyone has idea please? I am still trying to find out the reason.