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February 10, 2014 at 8:18 pm in reply to: Return to Top link in HTML5 themes: How to set it up? #89726February 8, 2014 at 10:43 am in reply to: Return to Top link in HTML5 themes: How to set it up? #89348
#welshgirl, I think this article may help you. http://victorfont.com/genesis-html5-return-top-tutorial/. If you need any further clarification, please leave a comment and I'll respond accordingly.
Here's the link to the tutorial: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/post-formats/#add
Why not try Genesis' built-in columns? http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/content-column-classes/
This is probably what you are seeking: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/author-box#enable-single
I just upgraded one of my sites from Magazine to Magazine Pro. It looks great to me and because it is now html5, it's definitely faster. Take a look: http://fontlifepublications.com/
One of my customer's sites was hacked several months ago. The breach occurred when they hacked FTP and gained access to the file system. They installed a plugin, hacked functions.php and the theme's css file. It was easy enough to clean up once the initial shock and sense of being violated wore off.
Bullet Proof Security makes significant changes to your .htaccess file and installs a .htaccess file in wp-admin. The original .htaccess file should be in the bullet proof backup directory. If you restore the backup file, the bullet proof changes should be gone.
I'm using this method in the following series of eight posts: http://victorfont.com/bringing-business-continuity-and-disaster-recovery-to-uconn/
At the bottom of each of the posts I place links with the rel modifier to the next or previous post.