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You can use the jQuery UI accordion that comes with WordPress Core. see this for implementation details: https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/wp_enqueue_script/
Genesis removed support for the old XHTML themes with the release of V.3. They won't work with the newer versions of Genesis. YOu either have to change to a modern HTML5 theme or reverrt back to the last 2.x version of the framework.
Questions on this site are answered by community volunteers without any affiliation to Studio Press. The Genesis Framework is used to build themes. Login support/single sign-on is beyond the scope of theme functionality. You may find an answer by searching forums dedicated to WordPress plugins.
If you check your browser's console, there are many, many jQuery errors. The errors indicate that jQuery is not being loaded. I checked your page's source code and while you are loading an abundance of jQuery components, the only reference I can find for jQuery itself is version 1.10.2 that is being loaded by GoogleAPIs. The version that should be loading is the one included with WordPress Core which is version 3.6.0.
You may need to hire a developer to help you sort this out. Something is preventing WordPress from loading the correct version of jQuery.
The slider is loading BTW. It's not running because of the numerous jQuery errors.
You have to create the CSS for dark mode yourself. Here's a resource that explains how: https://css-tricks.com/a-complete-guide-to-dark-mode-on-the-web/
Okay, that's not an error message. It's a warning that occurs when two or more processes transmit HTML headers for the same page. Warnings can generally be ignored. You can tweak your PHP settings on the server to display errors only.
April 23, 2022 at 5:51 am in reply to: Is there a plan to integrate the block based widget editor into Genesis? #505088
You might be better off asking this question in the Genesis acebook group or in the Genesis Slack Community. Questions on this site are answered by volunteers with no affiliation with WPEngine or Studio Press.
April 23, 2022 at 5:49 am in reply to: Apply Monochrome single.php to singular.php – all post types #505087
For CPTs, WordPress requires the template to include the CPT's slug in its name. See this: https://developer.wordpress.org/themes/template-files-section/custom-post-type-template-files/
A custom post type is not a post format. See https://wordpress.org/support/article/post-types/#custom-post-types
I'm not sure why a plugin would 'need' a CPT and not create itself if it needed it. I'd contact their support team and ask about why CPTs are needed.
April 19, 2022 at 5:14 am in reply to: How do I make the logo crisp (not blurry) on the Essense Pro Theme? #505049
Image bluriness is not caused by the theme. It's an inherent issue with any bitmap image. Vector images like .svgs will solve the problem, especially when scaling. Because .svg images can potentially contain executable malware, WordPress natively does not allow for .svg uploads. THere are plugins available in the repository that will allow you to use .svgs on your site. This is the one I use: https://wordpress.org/plugins/svg-support/
April 18, 2022 at 7:39 am in reply to: Reducing spacing between paragraphs – Navigation Pro #505043
This is the CSS you should be targeting:
margin: 0 0 34px;
The 34px is the bottom margin. Reduce its size here. You'll find this at line 225 in style.css.
For accordions, I use the jQuery Accordion that comes with WordPress as a pre-registered library. All you have to do is enqueue it and WordPress loads it with its dependencies. It gives me complete control over the look and feel with just a very little bit of css.
You picture doesn't explain anything to someone who has no idea what you're trying to accomplish. Your problem description is vague.
Assuming the products are custom post types, Genesis does absolutely nothing but display their content. If you have a custom post type template setup correctly, WordPress will use the template. I use custom templates all the time on my Genesis sites and there's never been a problem.
The picture doesn't tell us what plugin you're using to display the products. If you are using WooCommerce, it has its own template structure that requires the templates to be placed in a WooCommerce directory under your theme's root.
If you are just displaying custom post types, the templates need to be properly named for the CPT and go in your theme's root directory.
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