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Its 02:45 in the morning here and I am sitting here trying to get the site back to where it was before I updated. I think I’m going to write this and then hit the sack as I have to be up early in the morning.
So much for Brian’s “Don’t be afraid to update to Genesis 2.0”. To be fair though, Genesis may well have been part of the problem but it didn’t become apparent until I updated Epik to 1.3.
Yes I understand that Wes rewrote it although I am not really sure why/if that was entirely necessary. Well, whether it was or it wasn’t, we are where we are. No good crying about it.
I take your point about not mixing the issues together so that others might find the solution to their problems a bit easier. I will put each in a separate thread so that we can tick them off as we go.
I think some/most of my original issues with ‘wonkiness’ were more to do with not being able to clear my cache properly than problems within the original PHP/CSS. Apparently the version of Chrome I was using had a problem, so I have now re-installed it.
Open-Sans is running generally but the way it has been used, and not used, in places, which is the first problem I saw. Being trained as a typographer I am sensitive to type styles, line spacing, font weight and color being changed and there are a number of those that have crept in, either deliberately, or accidentally in the rewrite; so I will start a new series of threads and work my way through the ones I can see already.
Thanks for being there and the offer of your help. I really do appreciate it.