I have the Magazine Child theme using Google Chrome on Windows 7. I have installed both the Co-Authors Plus plugin and the Genesis derivative. Although both author boxes appear, both authors still do not appear at the top of the post in the header. I have tried changing the tags in Simple Edits to no luck. If anyone could explain to me what I need to do, it would be much appreciated.
My site is canyouhearthis.co.uk and one of the posts I am trying to fix is http://canyouhearthis.co.uk/2013/07/24/the-best-debut-albums/
Here’s a way to do that. These would go in your functions.php.
remove_action('genesis_after_post', 'genesis_do_author_box_single'); add_action('genesis_before_post_content', 'genesis_do_author_box_single');
If that’s not the location you want, take a look here for another place to add it:
I can’t speak for your Co-Author’s plugin, which I’ve never heard of. For that, you may need to examine some code. Normally I wouldn’t care for the author box in this location, it’s a little bit “all about me”, but I could see making a case for it when publicizing a musician.
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Are you talking about not having the multiple authors appear on the byline, or the location of the byline?
If you mean having the multiple authors in the byline, see this thread for the solution that worked for me: http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/multiple-authors/
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