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Oh GEEEEEZZZZ, sorry, I'm using the Business Pro theme, not Infinity Pro.... okay, the rest of the stuff is correct though; no read-more links on the blog page.
OKay, never mind the part about the read-more links not showing up on the home page with the Featured Page widgets (I just hadn't added and "read more" text in the option for the widget - duh!)
But there's still no read-more text/link/button on the blog archive page.
Thanks for any help,
Hey Victor, thank you very much, man. Have a great weekend!August 27, 2016 at 12:10 pm in reply to: I can't log into my dashboard after upgrading to WordPress 4.6 #192144
My problem persisted because I was uploading files to the wrong host (long story). That's why the changes I was making didn't have any effect on the LIVE site. The easies solution is if you have FTP access to the site just manually upload the current version of Genesis (I think it's 2.3.1. Then everything should be fine.
🙂August 22, 2016 at 10:26 am in reply to: I can't log into my dashboard after upgrading to WordPress 4.6 #191789
I've tried adding that code to the Genesis functions.php file and I still get the error message. Then I manually uploaded Genesis 2.3.1 and still get the error message.
Anything else I've missed?
Thanks so much!!
Man, thank so much! I plugged the css in and it took care of it. I'm not completely a fan of the carousel slider I'm using there, but it sort of works until I can find a better one.
TedMarch 30, 2015 at 11:15 am in reply to: Trying to Even the Widths of the 3 Footer Widgets in Centric Pro #146139
Awesome, thank you so much, David! That's interesting to me since that was down in the code for mobile devices (I hadn't started editing that yet) But it worked like a charm, thank you so much!
To followup, I found Gary Jone's 'Visual Subtitle' plugin and it did the trick.
Thanks very much for the link, kzoll! Very helpful!
Hi, I have the same question. I really like the social links and search field above the header in the Education Pro demo. Is this a native feature of the theme, or custom code.
Site I'm working on... http://imageperceptions.com/perinatal/August 14, 2014 at 10:51 am in reply to: How to use a different background image with Outreach Pro #118815
Thanks very much, Brad! Exactly what I needed. Also thanks genwrock, I slipped up on that one! 🙂
Thanks again, everyone, I really appreciate the input!
TedAugust 14, 2014 at 10:47 am in reply to: How to use a different background image with Outreach Pro #118814
Thanks very much, Anita, that is a pretty handy plugin!July 29, 2014 at 2:45 pm in reply to: Large right side margin on mobile and site can float off the screen. #116261
Thanks so much, that did the trick! Thank you!
With regards to the Portfolio, I can relate. I just switched one of my sites over from Minimum Pro to Centric Pro. Minimum Pro has the portfolio feature, Centric Pro does not. Since I had my portfolio set up on the site using that feature I new I'd have to add a portfolio feature to Centric Pro before I made the change.
Here's an article that kind of walks you through it. You'll probably need to do some CSS tweaking but it's a pretty easy way to save your port.
Quick followup... I thought the bg image in home-widgets-1 section wasn't showing at all, but it looks like it's just so huge that all I was seeing was a large black portion of the image.
When I look at the site on a mobile size window tester, the one at http://herbtrevathan.com/responsive-view/ all the sizes look fine and the bg images display more how I would expect them to.
Anyway, again, any insights are greatly appreciated! 🙂
Check out Nick's Genesis Responsive Header plugin:
I just use that and re-upload the same logo that I use for the site and it cleared up this problem for me.
That image of mine is certainly making the rounds! 🙂
Here's another alternative to creating a typical slide show like the one mentioned earlier:
Thanks to the suggestion from Brad Dalton yesterday, using Easy Backstretch plugin, you don't have to modify any PHP. Maybe just the css if you want the transparent effect. It wouldn't be perfect for every site, but with the right images I think it can be pretty nice - and no PHP modification.
I have to give credit to Bradly Potter credit for this concept. Brian Gardner showed me his site which obviously gave me the idea...
Love this theme! Thanks again Brad for the tip on the Easy Backstretch plugin.August 29, 2013 at 5:32 pm in reply to: Minimum Pro – How to maintain the background image throughout the whole site. #59613
Oh wow, that's very nice! Thanks Brad!
It caught me by surprise when I saw it. I took that shot a couple of years ago when I was down on the strip. 🙂
I hope the code works. You'll need to style it in the css file. Are you adding the 'featured image' feature from v2.0? I noticed it didn't make it on this version. I didn't use it a lot but it was kind of cool. Might add it back in.
I used it on the subsequent pages on my photography site: http://tavphotography.com
Note: depending on where you work, my be NSFW