I’m re-vamping my site and trying to do as much as I can on my own. I have an archive page set up in my primary sidebar and would like to know if there are ways in the CSS I could make it look somewhat like this:
Ideally, when you go to that page, I’d like for just the year to show. Then when you click on the year, the month comes down then you see the posts by days like in the blog example above.
If this is above the realm of a novice, is there a plugin that would achieve this? I am somewhat comfortable with CSS as long as I use Firebug, but the bigger files scare me!
Any advice or help would be appreciated. Cindyhttp://raspberrysunshine.com
The website you have presented is not WordPress or Genesis Framework.
Ok, now that I’ve gone through Firebug I can see she has her own ways – Another option I was thinking about were the recipe archive plug-ins. Could one of those be customized? Here is one I had bookmarked:
Her site is on the Genesis Framework.
I am not sure what you referring too. It’s too general. Is the website you are working on the Live Love Pasta or another example that you like? If it’s one that you like, you should give us the site URL of what you are actually working on. This would be helpful so we can see what you have.
My site is: http://raspberrysunshine.com. That is my site and one one I’m working on myself. It is the Adorable theme.
The Live Love Pasta link is the example.
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