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Adding the position fixed does make it stick, but it doesn't make the site title shrink like it does with the primary navigation location. I think that's the part that's controlled by the jQuery that would need tweaking.
The position: fixed class didn't work unfortunately, nor does it take care of the jQuery side of the house when it comes to the coding. I assume the jQuery would need to be re-written to include both primary and secondary navigation locations, as well as the CSS for secondary navigation.February 20, 2015 at 11:49 am in reply to: Content Entry Area Split Into Two Section on Homepage #141491
Thanks so much Brad, I'll take a look at it and see if it'll work!
Your featured image will only show up on your Home Page (if you have one) or Blog Page, but not your individual posts when you click on them. The only way to get them to show up on the individual pages is to add code for it. This post is a good reference for doing so: http://sridharkatakam.com/how-to-display-featured-image-in-single-posts-in-genesis/.
Additionally, you would need to go back and add a featured image to posts that don't have one, otherwise Genesis will grab the first image that was inserted into the post. This isn't an issue if that's the image you want featured, if its not then you'll have to go in and manually change it.
For you content to look similar to the Nectar Collective site, you actually won't select excerpt in your Genesis Settings. You will actually select Display Post Content and input the amount of characters you want to show.
Hope this helps!
@amiddayinmay Is your Blog page set to Full Width layout? You may want to check the page layout for it and that may be the issue. If the default for your theme is full width than all of the pages will be full width, unless you manually change then. Your single post pages are most like set to the Blog Page layout, which is Content/Sidebar. This explains why the sidebar would be displaying on them.
Sounds like the full width is being forced on your Blog Page for some reason, if the aforementioned is not the case. If you have determined the page layout in the Genesis settings, I would double check it for the specific page your having the issue with.
@april Also, another way you can do it is to import the demo content (XML file) from the Sample theme and it will automatically set the nav menu like the demo sites.
Depending on your browser it can sometimes take several hours for your Favicon to update. It should update within 24 hours.
I see exactly what you're saying!
Do the child menus fall under the parent ones in your Dashboard under the Menus section? If the structure is correct there...which I assuming it is, then the issue does fall with the CSS. You'll most likely have to add your tertiary menu to your media queries for the responsive menu.
Just look at your site on mobile and all of your menus appear to be responsive. Maybe you've resolved this issue already? I'm not seeing anything that isn't showing correctly on my end.
@SamBell it appears as if your widget title are called by your the h4 heading in your stylesheet. Find "h4" in you stylesheet and make the change there. However, in changing the h4 heading by itself will change it across your site. A better option would be to use: h4.widget-title.widgettitle and make the change to the font.
Hope this helps!
Looks like you got it resolved. I presume you have the Genesis Connect for Woocommerce plugin activated.
Hi @Anitac, I wanted the sidebar to show up on both the main page and blog post pages. I ended up figuring it out on another one of my sites, where I installed a fresh instance of Genesis and the Sample theme. Not sure what happened to it on my one site, to where the sidebar wouldn't show up, but I got it all figured out.
Thanks for your feedback though!