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Oh my gosh. I am so sorry I didn’t see that! It looks great and thank you so much for ALL of your help. I know you went above and beyond in your support and I deeply appreciate it.
You customer service is fantastic!
Have you had a chance to look at this yet? I have the gravity form in a widget below the genesis enews.
I sent this information to you via email but I’m not sure it went through at it was a “no-reply” email. If there is a better way to send you this information, please let me know.
Thank you Davinder! I really appreciate your effort to help me on this!
Unfortunately, that tutorial didn’t work. Rather than spend more time tyring to sync the two (e-news with constant contact) I’d like to simply use gravity forms instead.
However, when using gravity forms I lose the styling. What do I need to do to keep the styling and responsiveness but a different type of form widget (visual editor or gravity forms)?
I’ve tried pulling the info from the theme css and copying it into my custom css but it keeps getting really messed up.
Thank you for your kindness.
KirstenFebruary 1, 2016 at 8:51 pm in reply to: Add additional row of footer widgets with different styling #864
Perfect, Thank you!
Thank you for offering to help. The client wants to stick with his old theme. I really appreciate your willingness to help. Thank you for your generosity!
KirstenJanuary 20, 2016 at 9:14 pm in reply to: Add additional row of footer widgets with different styling #843
Thank you for your message. I actually deleted that sub footer section because I set it up using the Genesis Widgets Generator plugin and I wasn’t sure how to set it up so it acted exactly like the footer widgets.
If I recreate the widget area, what do I need to add to the css file to have it behave exactly like the footer widgets (including responsiveness). Basically I want to create two identical footer widget sections.
I hope I’m not asking too much!
Thank you for your time!
KirstenOctober 27, 2015 at 3:35 pm in reply to: Default buttons won't display in 2 of 3 home page widgets #623
Wonderful! That cleared it up. Thank you Chinmoy!
Nope, I haven’t fixed it. In Windows the arrow being too close is very, very light and difficult to see. However, when viewing on a mac in safari it is quite apparent.
Here is a link to a short (10 sec) screencast shot in Safari (it shows that same in safari whether in Windows or mac).
Thank you for your help on this!
It wasn’t that site but I did fix it. Thank you for your help!July 9, 2015 at 6:50 pm in reply to: how do I make the "site-top" area stick to the top when scrolling? #417
Good grief I can’t believe I didn’t think of that. The cache was the problem. Thank you for all your help!
KirstenJuly 9, 2015 at 6:22 pm in reply to: how do I make the "site-top" area stick to the top when scrolling? #415
Thank you Davinder! That worked for the most part. However, now I’m having problems with header placement as a result. The header it getting cut off on the top. I added the following to my css file:
This fixed the issue in safari and firefox but created too much upper white space in chrome.
I also tried adding “clear: both;” to .site-top to not avail.
Any advice on how to fix this? I’ve tried google and various suggestions but I can’t seem to get it resolved.