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.
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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.
This may sound funny but it would be great if the wording in the Genesis 404.php could be changed to read differently. As it is, it is overly verbose and really doesn't use proper grammar. This is how it reads now:
"The page you are looking for no longer exists. Perhaps you can return back to the homepage and see if you can find what you are looking for. Or, you can try finding it by using the search form below."
I have bolded the questionable grammar. Some of the 404 pages I have seen are quite friendly, saying something like what is found in the WP Codex page for creating a 404 page.
Anyway it is just a thought. I made some CSS changes to the default 404 page on my site but can't change the verbiage.