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I think the problem is that while the Search box shows up fine in the desktop navigation, it fails to make an appearance in the mobile menu. I'm afraid I can't offer a solution 🙁
Victor, thank you for your help with this. Problem solved. I hang about this forum quite a bit to pick up tips and help out when I can (which is rarely since I'm pretty much a novice), and I notice how often you provide advice and suggestions. The forum would be much less compelling without you.
Thanks, Victor. Actually it appears now because I've installed the WP Responsive Menu plugin as a stopgap. In case you have any time, I'll disable it now and you will see that the mobile menu is missing. BTW, I did (repeatedly) clear all caches.
Hopefully you're using a child theme, in which case updating Genesis shouldn't affect the changes you've made to the child theme.
FWIW, I updated to Genesis 2.5 yesterday and have encountered no issues as a result.
Yes, that's my understanding. I use a plug-in called Simple Custom CSS to make any changes. It keeps them all in one place and means that even if the child theme is updated I can easily retain the modifications. Hope this helps.
Thank you both for your suggestions and sorry for the delayed response – it's taken me a while to get things sorted.
I couldn't work out how to make the plug-in work so I asked the developer for more help and he's got it working for me (some fine-tuning still required). The plug-in includes a custom CSS box which contains the following code:
/* Remove existing navigation menu*/
There's a search box on the community home page: https://www.studiopress.community/home/.
Good luck.April 15, 2017 at 4:09 am in reply to: Inserting a shortcode into the header in eleven40 Pro #204815
Brad, thank you for your suggestions, I really appreciate your help here. Unfortunately I'm a bit stuck because eleven40 Pro doesn't have a header right widget:
On 3/3/14, eleven40 pro was updated along with other StudioPress themes, but eleven40 pro received a few bigger changes. The Header Right widget area was dropped; if you specify a primary navigation menu, it appears in the space formerly occupied by this widget area. In addition, the theme now supports a mobile-specific menu.
Can you suggest a way around this?
Perfect. It worked like a dream. Many thanks!
I'm using StudioPress's eleven40 Pro theme with PHP 7 with no issues. I think the key factor is to make sure you're using the latest version of Genesis. The themes are really just style sheets that run on top of it.
There's a search box on the forums home page – https://www.studiopress.community/.January 21, 2017 at 10:49 am in reply to: Will I Lose My Customizations with Genesis and/or Child Theme Updates? #199765
My understanding is that the point of separating Genesis and child themes is so that Genesis can be updated without affecting the websites for which it's a platform. In theory, child themes shouldn't need updating since they are basically just style sheets. In practice, I've been using Eleven40pro for two years and during that time there have been no updates (and no need for them). Hope this helps.
I use WordPress Related Posts too and have been very happy with it. You can see it in action on my website: http://www.aenigma-images.com.
All the best
There are a number of Genesis plugins you might find useful. I'd suggest starting by taking a look at Design Palette Pro. Good luck, Genesis is a great platform.
No, I can't remember having any issues along the lines you've mentioned. As I said, there's definitely a learning curve and not enough help by way of documentation. But if you can find your way around it, then it's capable of delivering great results in my opinion. If you haven't already done so, take a look at my website (link above). Have you tried contacting Granth to resolve your problem?
I use Go Portfolio on my website (http://www.aenigma-images.com). It has the potential to create really elegant portfolios and it is extremely configurable. The downside is that there's quite a steep learning curve (at least that's how I found it) and the instructions are pretty inadequate so you have to be prepared to put in some time and effort to get it working as you want it to. I think it's worth it, though. Good luck.
I've just loaded your home page without a problem. It may be worth clearing your browser cache and try again. Good luck.January 31, 2016 at 2:28 pm in reply to: Altitude Pro: centering shortcode in front page widget #177978
Victor, I should have got back to you sooner – my apologies. I really appreciate that you've taken the time to look at what's going on and pass on your observations. Someone else in the StudioPress community (Brad West) finally helped me solve things. The answer was to add "last_row=center" to the shortcode. Anyway, thanks for your help.
I think what you're trying to do is change the site title. If that's the case, then go to the Appearance menu on the left of the WordPress screen and click on Customize. Now click on Site Identity. Here you can choose your Site Title and Tagline. Hope this helps.