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Your code worked! Yea! Thanks much.
But now I have an issue with the header not being mobile responsive. 🙁
Thanks for the response. I think it might be a header widget issue. Brad did mention it in his article
I am looking for the fix for that widget, which I am not using anyway.
I took a look at the Design Palette Pro and it looks like a plugin for creating a child theme on the Genesis framework.
Just checked into your other recommendation- the Genesis Extender. Looks like something that will help me make this change and many others.
Great suggestion- I am going to try it out and will be back to report if it does what I need it to.
Thanks for the reply. The video you referred me to addressed the Genesis hooks but not the font and color theme.
I will look through the style sheet and see if I can find where I need to change things.June 9, 2013 at 1:52 pm in reply to: Disable Simple Hooks Code on landing page template (Prose theme) #44915
Thanks for 'fessing up ;D
And thanks for the offer for the plugin but I can go without it. I decided the site looks better without those link ads which I had installed via the simple hooks.
But, it would be nice to have an easy way to exclude simple hooks on specific pages/posts/templates- well, an easy way for those of us who are technically challenged!
SheilaJune 9, 2013 at 6:22 am in reply to: Disable Simple Hooks Code on landing page template (Prose theme) #44865
Thanks, Brad and Ryan, for all of your assistance. But I am waving the white flag on this.
I made multiple attempts applying the suggested code and reading the info you recommended to no avail. I am afraid it is a beyond my expertise to correct this.
So, I removed the ad code in Simple Hooks. And, actually, my site looks less spammy because of it! 🙂
SheliaJune 8, 2013 at 5:59 pm in reply to: Disable Simple Hooks Code on landing page template (Prose theme) #44835
Sure, I will just hide my ID.
Here it is:
google_ad_client = "ca-pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx";
/* Before Header */
google_ad_slot = "4381564314";
google_ad_width = 728;
google_ad_height = 15;
Thanks for helping me with this!
SheilaJune 8, 2013 at 4:53 pm in reply to: Disable Simple Hooks Code on landing page template (Prose theme) #44827
I made multiple attempts and tweaks to get that code to work but all it did was display the code with the adsense.
I think that whatever I use may have to be inserted in the Custom Code or Custom CSS of this theme, Prose. And I did try that- still with no success.
SheilaJune 8, 2013 at 2:46 pm in reply to: Disable Simple Hooks Code on landing page template (Prose theme) #44810
Ryan, I used:
SheilaJune 8, 2013 at 1:21 pm in reply to: Disable Simple Hooks Code on landing page template (Prose theme) #44801
Thanks, Ryan and Brad, for the quick response.
I went to the link you provided, Ryan but, I am quite illiterate when it comes to coding! I am totally lost.
However, I can copy and paste!
Where in heavens would I put the code you're referring to, Ryan, and, Brad, do I replace the "if" line of code that Ryan suggests with the code you provided.
SheilaJanuary 16, 2013 at 4:38 am in reply to: Genesis 1.9.1 Screwed Up My News Theme Homepage- What Do I Do? #12254
Bill, you are right. It was the Genesis Post Teasers plug-in.
Jeez, themes, plug-ins, updates- it is all so complicated at times!
Thanks, again, for your help. I learned a lot!January 15, 2013 at 6:42 am in reply to: Genesis 1.9.1 Screwed Up My News Theme Homepage- What Do I Do? #12027
Thanks, Bill, for your patience with me on this.
Before I loaded the Genesis update, my homepage looked like the News theme demo homepage. After the update, a single post (the post seen is 'What a Sleep Clinic Can Do for You') appeared above the featured tabs widget.
But, I was able to correct it just now- the teaser boxes setting on the theme settings page had homepage teasers enabled. I changed that back to blog page and the homepage reverted to what I had previous to the update.
So, what made the teaser boxes settings change? I know I didn't do that because I had a devil of a time getting my homepage to look like the demo page in the first place and I sure as heck did not tamper with any settings I had set up!
A fluke? Who knows.
Thanks, Bill!January 14, 2013 at 10:20 pm in reply to: Genesis 1.9.1 Screwed Up My News Theme Homepage- What Do I Do? #12001
Thanks, Bill Murray, for your response. You are right in that there are actually two things going on and that the cron issue may not have anything to do with the Genesis update.
But I do believe the Genesis update threw my home page off-kilter because, as soon as I updated the Genesis theme, the homepage went askew.
Here's how I corrected it: Went to Genesis >> Theme Settings >>>Teaser Boxes Settings>>>How many posts per page? = 1
I had '10' there before and that is why 10 posts showed up.