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Thanks very much, Wes. Eventually it will become more clear what is child-related vs. what is Genesis-related.
Please consider this one closed.December 6, 2012 at 12:06 pm in reply to: Home page main content – link to pages instead of posts #2059
Wes, I think I’m good now. Please feel free to close this one.November 22, 2012 at 11:10 pm in reply to: Home page main content – link to pages instead of posts #1896
I got rid of the table.
I re-did the home page using DIVs. It’s now mobile-responsive. And it almost looks right.
But it’s not aligning properly.
Thanks to your previous post, I now understand a little better what’s going on. There is HTML that gets “outputted” (if that’s a word) by WordPress, which is a little bit different than the HTML that gets “inputted” into WordPress.
So that I can properly emulate the home page of the Skope demo, do you have the HTML that was “inputted” into WordPress in order to create that home page?
Is that file in the Skope theme folder that I downloaded from Appfinite? If so, what’s the file name?November 22, 2012 at 9:06 pm in reply to: Home page main content – link to pages instead of posts #1894
Thanks for the help.
I made some progress. I looked in the CSS for definitions of the classes used in the home page, and found the following in the CSS:
But I was not able to find the following classes in the CSS:
post-251 post type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-uncategorized home-posts
Where do these CSS definitions reside?November 21, 2012 at 11:12 pm in reply to: Home page main content – link to pages instead of posts #1886
Is there a quick way to do this by modifying the code from the Skope demo home page?
If the answer is no, then how much would this change cost? I’m not looking for multiple rows of content. I just want a single row like it appears now, except (1) it currently looks sloppy, and I’m striving for neat, and (2) the table is not mobile-responsive, and I need it to be mobile-responsive.
Thanks, Wes. Very helpful.
Implemented. Looks good.
Please consider this issue closed.