In some blueprints, colours are in hex with 3 and sometimes 6 characters. Why?
So white would be #FFF and black would be #000. Orange which is #ff6600 can be shortened to #f60 and red which is #FF0000 can be shortened to #F00. Shortening colors saves characters and therefore makes files a tiny bit smaller.
A blueprint I’m using refers to a WordPress Page, does that mean I can’t use it on a post?
Do I need to use a special WordPress editor to make use of Genesis Blueprints?
If you are using the visual editor you are slowing your progress with WordPress (in my opinion – of course you may disagree with me).
Do I need any special plugins to use Genesis Blueprints?
If you have these three plugins you’ll be able to do most of the Blueprints. However we will sometimes create Genesis Blueprints that don’t require any special plugins, and we’ll sometimes create Blueprints that use other common but usually free, plugins.
The core plugins are however,
Do I Have to use Genesis to use Genesis Blueprints?
A Blueprint Does Not Work for me
I get a different result when I try a particular Blueprint
Consequently you can never be sure of getting the same result as the demo unless you use exactly the same Genesis child theme with exactly the same plugins and with no added CSS other than the CSS we have shown in the blueprint.
Otherwise, if the CSS snippets given do not work for you, you must look to increase the specificity. So this means you may have to add one or more classes to the CSS selector we have provided in order to make it specific enough to override any existing CSS on your particular site.