Yes the code is present, the plugin is not activated. I guess since it will work when I activate the Scroll plugin, I can just go with that. It really does seem strange but it is probably something that I did. Anyway, if it happens again, I'll get back with you. Thanks again.
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Ok, weird thing just happened. I reactivated the Sticky Header (or anything) on Scroll plugin and now it is working. If I deactivate it, it doesn't work. Obviously I don't have a sticky footer, so it is kinda weird, since the same code works fine for it.
In the past I have used a box shadow for my header, just to offset and delineate it a bit.
Now for some reason the code that I have used will not do it. This is the code that I added to the custom css:
box-shadow: 0 10px 10px -8px rgba(39,36,36,0.75);
I have the same type of box-shadow on the site footer and it works fine. Can't quite figure out what the problem is. Any help appreciated. Have a blessed week.
Well, day 3 into trying to create my own Genesis Child Theme and I have run into a problem I just can't seem to figure out. I am modeling it after Twenty Seven, written by Brian Gardner. I was able to make modifications to it and basically I was happy with it but want to try my hand at a child theme. So, my problem is for the life of me I cannot get the custom header to center. I have tried everything, some things probably 2-3 times.
The site is https://www.gracefellowshippca.org
Many thanks and I think maybe I might just go have a good glass of wine. As they say, it's 5 o'clock somewhere!!
I have just started the process of creating my own Genesis child theme using Genesis DevKit, which is absolutely brilliant. Takes all the fear out of creating a child theme. You literally cannot mess it up. My question is, as I am doing this for a small church and have no use for WooCommerce , what is the best way to get rid of it? I am hesitant to just go in and delete code or files without some guidance.
Thanks Eric. When I asked before you were busy then also, but I thought maybe you had come up for air. I understand completely. I did find a child theme that has a divided menu but it is really hard to give up all that Dynamik gives me and basically start over. But having said that, I would be better WP programmer if I went that way. Good thing to do on the long hot Alabama summer days ahead. ;-]
Take care and have a blessed summer.
A couple of months ago I asked for help in creating a divided menu like the divided menu created using plugin WP Nav Plus. It seems to be based on using "native" WordPress without extra options supplied by a framework or a theme. As I am not comfortable getting into modifying PHP code, I have settled on a different design. However, I still very much would like have the ability to use a divided menu and offer this to my site owner. I mentioned that this might be a nice new skin or something along those lines as it is quite different than most others.
A screen shot of what I am referring to is below. Thanks for your help.
Thanks to both of you for your help. I thought I had seen something awhile ago about this but could not find it when I searched. I tried putting a custom 404.php in the custom php area but that didn't work. I get nervous changing those files as I am NOT anything but a self taught WP, CSS, HTML amateur. I am using Genesis with Dynamik website builder. I actually have been using it for about 8 years, off and on and can't bring myself to use anything else. Oh and nice work on the new community pages, Eric. Much friendlier and quite modern, I might add. Thanks again for the info.