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September 9, 2019 at 7:32 am in reply to: Upgrading to 3.10.1 Breaks My Site #493470
Indeed that sucks.March 14, 2014 at 5:38 am in reply to: Breadcrumbs Disappear after WordPress SEO Update #94837
Thanks for your post - I came to the forum with exactly the problem you describe and have now fixed it!
Appreciate you taking the time to post the issue here: saved me a lot of time.December 20, 2013 at 4:00 pm in reply to: Two themes on one website #80509
Thanks for the advice Mealtog. I was more than a little concerned about getting too heavily into changing the themes in case it affected the responsive aspect of it - and I don't have much experience in that at all. I'm glad you reminded me of that!
Thanks also for pointing out multi-site - I have used one in the past, though didn't know it was an issue if part broke down, or that transferring it to a new separate installation would be difficult.
I am tempted to go with the two separate installations. I believe I can do one as a subdomain and not have to get extra hosting. I'll give that a go and see how I get on.
Thanks again for your help.December 18, 2013 at 4:25 pm in reply to: Two themes on one website #80042
The intended use of the site is explain the different areas of work the firm does and attract clients for the firm. It is a UK Law firm and it is mainly clients from the local area that they are trying to attract. They are already blogging and want to have that more integrated into the site than it currently is.
The real estate part of the site is the most important part and will be used to showcase and sell property. It's a division within the firm.
I've decided to use Hans WordPress Real Estate Theme (for Genesis) from Web Savvy marketing as the Real Estate Theme, one of the main reasons being that it's mobile responsive (which they specifically requested). I feel I need the real estate theme to start with as it has all the built in search functionality etc.
My thoughts on having a separate theme for the rest of the site was that the real estate theme is so geared towards presenting real estate that it might feel like having to force the rest of the site into it. I don't want the overall site to have the feel of a real estate website.
They have also specifically requested different side bar menus for each area of expertise of the site, and I'd like to have some flexibility to be able to achieve that. I'm hoping it will be straightforward 🙂
If you think it's worth trying to alter the Real Estate theme, that would be good to know.
Look forward to hearing your thoughts.
TonyaDecember 18, 2013 at 4:00 pm in reply to: Two themes on one website #80032
I found your example really interesting. It's something I'd considered doing if I go down the road of a subdomain, but I don't recall actually seeing it done in practice. Thanks for sharing it.
I may try to use CSS modifications on the real estate theme I've chosen and see how far I can stretch it to make the rest of the site how they want it. I'm just concerned it'll be too much of a stretch and I'd be better just starting with another theme.