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Thanks for the pointer, Nikko, I was missing the echo $args[‘after_widget’]; statement.
Looks like wordpress does like weak passwords anymore. I have changed the password (in private section).
I have provided all the details in private content, can’t you see on your own? Chrome “Inspect element” should help too.April 27, 2017 at 12:09 pm in reply to: Move next and previous links at the bottom pf the post #783959
thank you, I will check the link out.
And I am more than capable to write code to change content. I really hate using css change / hide content. So, if there are alternative to css through filters and actions then let me know.
Yes, both are for single posts.
You can see the post “Typography in action” which has some tags.April 25, 2017 at 6:27 am in reply to: Move next and previous links at the bottom pf the post #782659April 24, 2017 at 5:27 pm in reply to: Move next and previous links at the bottom pf the post #782459
Well you should know your theme better. Currently, the next and previous links are rendered on the sides of the pages. When I hover over them I see the title and the featured picture. But I want to move both of them under the post right above the comments section.
Also, by “theme” (which I thought is pretty common term with wordpress) what I mean is how do I change the way it is rendered on the page? e.g. right now it shows the title as link along with the featured picture. Let’s say I don’t want the picture to be rendered (without all the css hacking). How do I do that? Is there any filter that I can use?
Currently, you show the post meta data in a certain way (like “by John / 7th April / 3 comments / In Category ABC”). I would like to change that to something else altogether. e.g. “John posted this on 7th April in category ABC”.
Similarly, for tags you print “Tags: A, B, C”. I would like to change that to “Post has been tagged with A, B, C”. Also, I would like to print that right after the post meta data at the top and not at the end of the post.
In other themes I used to do that using filters and actions provided by those themes. How do I do that with yours?
Really? From when user manual / documentation of a paid product is a feature?
It’s unfortunate that free themes provide extensive documentations of their filters and actions whereas a paid one like this which is in development for so long does not have one.
Hmm looks like I should not have clicked the x button at the corner. Can you please add some documentation in that page about the x button there?
I think I found the problem.
If I assign the same page as “And where do you want to display the Blog?” then it stops working.
What is the reason behind that? And how do we fix it?
- This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by cvan.
Thanks John. But how exactly the “test” page is different from “Home Page 2”?? Both pages have the title and breadcrumb as “hide both”, so why is it not working for Home page 2?
Well I have not done anything other than:
1) Installing the child theme and inheriting the configurations from parent theme
2) Setting title and breadcrumb as enabled at global level
3) Create a new “page” and disable title breadcrumb
4) Assign that page to home page both at theme level and wordpress level
Those are the changes done.