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WordPress doesn't support SVGs natively, but I use SVG images and icons wherever I can in my WordPress sites. I use this plugin to add SVG support: https://wordpress.org/plugins/svg-support/
August 21, 2021 at 3:45 am in reply to: WordPress 5.8, Genesis v 3.3.4 and Block-based Widget Editor #504404
The Genesis developers disabled the widget editor because Genesis widgets are not compatible yet. Try updating to the latest version of Genesis (3.3.5). It might make a difference.
It doesn't look like you can use both at the same time. The error you are getting is because you have 2 plugins calling a function with the same name, genesis_blocks_load(). PHP requires that all functions in a system have unique names unless preceded by a namespace declaration.
August 6, 2021 at 5:36 am in reply to: Moving "read more" link in archives to "genesis_after_entry_content" #504383
There's a difference between actions and filters. Bill's code is manipulating filters, which means the more link is being changed at the place in the Genesis code where the corresponding apply_filters function is installed. Filters always return content.
Actions on the other hand, generally don't return content, but are used for executing one of more add_actions based on their priority in the corresponding do_action queue.
Don't hold me to this, but I don't think the genesis_after_entry_content is going to work for the read more link. All the filters in Bill's code are called within the "loop". The loop is where post content is pulled from the database and prepared for display on the front end. I could be wrong about this, but I believe genesis_after_entry_content executes after the loop has completed. After the loop, the more link won't have access to the appropriate content. If you can get this to work, I'd be interest to know your result. It's not anything I would even try.
The Genesis development team stopped including sitemap templates with their themes quite some time ago. I use the HTML sitemap generated from my SEO plugin. I use SEOPress Pro, but almost all SEO plugins should provide the sitemap capability.
There is no js directory that comes with the Genesis Sample theme. So, a 404 response is correct for this theme. The question is, where is this link coming from? It could be coming from custom programming that someone attempted before you owned the site. I would look at functions.php or files that are loaded in functions.php for custom code. If that doesn't work, are there any custom plugins?
If I were troubleshooting this, I would download the entire theme directory to my local environment and use the search tools on my Mac so I can see if that text string is anywhere in any theme file.
August 4, 2021 at 6:41 am in reply to: Which still actively supported theme most closely resembles Academy Pro? #504370
You should look at the available themes and make a choice that suits your aesthetic. However, I think Navigation Pro or Authority Pro may be a fit for your purpose.
On another note, I use Academy Pro on multiple sites and all are upgraded to the latest versions of WordPress and Genesis. I don't have problems or errors on any of these sites.
If you are experiencing problems, it may not be due to Academy Pro at all, but some other issue with any custom programming or plugin. Even recently deprecated child themes will continue working for a long time because their core functionality derives from the Genesis Framework, not the child theme itself. A child theme just provides the look and feel.
Also, I understand your frustration, but this a community supported site. I don't know for certain that WP Engine or Studio Press resources even review the posts here. We're all community volunteers that answer questions on this site and have no affiliation with Studio Press.
I run Academy Pro on one of my sites without issue. The site is fully updated.
Genesis child themes derive their functionality from the Genesis Framework. A change to WordPress shouldn't impact a child theme unless there is custom coding that bypasses the Genesis Framework and directly uses WordPress functions. Other than that, Genesis is kept up to date to work with the latest versions of WordPress.
The latest version of Genesis disables the new Gutenberg based widget editor because some of its widgets are incompatible with the new editor. You can enable the new editor on if you're not using Genesis widgets on your site.
I think the greatest impact to child themes is yet to come and won't be apparent until WordPress enables the front end editing feature. From my limited understanding, front end editing will require a block based theme to work correctly.
Did you use a starter pack?
If not, did you follow the instructions:
Make sure you've updated to Genesis 3.3.4 and see this: https://studiopress.blog/wordpress-5-8-widgets-changes-and-how-they-impact-the-genesis-framework/
July 22, 2021 at 3:44 am in reply to: Site Like AirBnB (or any site that users create their own profiles) #504345
Genesis is a theme framework. What you want to do is well beyond the scope of a theme framework. I suggest you join this Facebook group and ask your questions there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/turnkey.websites
July 13, 2021 at 7:30 am in reply to: Where have all the themes gone from My StudioPress ? #504326
July 13, 2021 at 6:32 am in reply to: What is the best way to upload photos, description on a page #504323
Yes, you must use a child theme with the Genesis Framework. Agency Pro is a child theme.
Install the Genesis Framework, then Agency Pro. Activate Agency Pro and all will be good.
Follow the setup instructions: https://my.studiopress.com/documentation/agency-pro-theme/
June 20, 2021 at 7:27 am in reply to: Kreativ Pro / ThemeSquare support : Cannot edit homepage #504272
You've got a major jQuery error that's probably at the root cause of the issue:
Uncaught TypeError: $Support.theme is undefined
Turn off the caching plugins.
Enable WordPress debug.
Check the error logs.
The Genesis Framework itself has no CSS. The style.css file that comes with the framework is empty except for some comments. All CSS resides in the child theme's style.css. It is not compiled. It does not use bootstrap.
WordPress and many plugins have their own style sheets, some compiled and some not. you may also have some plugins that use bootstrap.