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February 4, 2014 at 12:30 pm in reply to: Don't want portfolio format for home page / blog pages #10390
Thank you for the update– good luck with everything (and have fun)!February 3, 2014 at 6:27 pm in reply to: Don't want portfolio format for home page / blog pages #10376
Hi Wes– just bugging you to find out ETA on redeveloped Agile for Genesis 2.0.1– you say above that you’re working on it along with some others, expected them ready around now. Thanks!January 14, 2014 at 1:51 pm in reply to: Don't want portfolio format for home page / blog pages #10016
Thank you Wes– yeah, I’m using Genesis 2.0.1. I’m sorry the Genesis update requires so much surgery on the themes, but that sounds good, I’m looking forward to the new version. You say it will look a lot better than before, but you already have me with the way the navigation and scrolling work. Thanks again– PaulJanuary 13, 2014 at 1:30 pm in reply to: Don't want portfolio format for home page / blog pages #9992
Hi again– I got a WP guru to look into this issue. He said that there seems to be a bug in Agile when you don’t have the home page set to the default, portfolio view. If you set the home page to blog view, the theme isn’t relying on the standard Genesis code to handle pagination, as it should. Also, the theme isn’t acknowledging parameters, like the number of posts to display on a page.
If so, this definitely seems like a problem and I’m wondering if you have an update or workaround for it– or else, I’m wondering what we’re missing with this.
Thanks very much!
OK– I just answered my own question. Here’s how to make the submenu arrows appear under the latest Agile and Genesis– or at least, this is what worked for me:
1. Dashboard / Genesis –> Theme Settings
2. Check “Load Superfish Script?” box under Navigation
3. Save Settings / Refresh
Hope that helps!
I’m not sure I understand this– In Agile’s style.css I see menu .sf-sub-indicator set to images/arrow-down.png in a couple of places, and there’s an arrow-down.png image in the agile/images folder. (There is also an arrow-down.png image in the images folder of Legacy, another Genesis theme that I have a copy of.)
Meanwhile, there’s no arrow-down.png in either version 1.8.2 or 2.0.1 of Genesis, both of which I have copies of.
So doesn’t the arrow come from the .sf-sub-indicator setting in the child theme’s css and the arrow-down.png image in the child theme’s image folder?
It’s entirely likely that I’m missing something or am looking at the wrong places in the code– I’m new to WP and themes.
Thanks for your patience, and advice or pointers greatly appreciated!