October 27, 2010 at 2:34 am #2045
I’m a WordPress newb but have some experience coding HTML and CSS. I am struggling with creating a three column layout in the entry entry1 entry_solo div of the default Full Width page. I copied the one_forth example code from another question, and it comes close, but the final third appears on a different row (below the first third).
Also, how can I link a menu item (“Blog” lets say) to my latest blog post? Is there a URL I should use that is not post-specific (i.e., not necessarily Oct. 26’s entry but whatever is the latest?)
Finally, is there a way to get rid of the post title on a page? I’m thinking specifically about the front page.
PS – posted in non-support thread earlier and will update accordingly.October 27, 2010 at 5:20 am #36396
Another thing – I can’t figure out how to remove Related Posts (or to what that refers) in blog posts. Right now, there is an icon with a question mark and no data.
AdamOctober 27, 2010 at 7:10 pm #36397
first of all, love the photos! very talended!
i think the “related post” is a plugin that you installed? I dont have that.
as for the column problem, the last shortcode should be like this: [one_third last]Content here.[/one_third]
you put: [/one_third last] instead. the “last” tag should be in the first shortcodeOctober 27, 2010 at 11:13 pm #36398
Thank you. I wouldn’t have figured out that the opening and closing tags would differ.
As far as plugins, I don’t have any installed that didn’t come with the theme itself.
Thanks again.October 28, 2010 at 5:37 am #36399
OK, I figured out the Related Post deal. If you have posts tagged with the same tag, it tries to pull the featured image thumbnail. If there’s no featured image, you get the square with question mark. While that is a cool feature, it also sort of disables tagging or requires an image on every tag.
I’ve worked around the lack of menu URL by using “Blog” as a category. That leaves an inelegant title on the blog page, but it works.October 28, 2010 at 6:47 am #36400
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