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Multisite allows you to have multiple blogs in one install, but they are separate sites. Probably overkill for just two.
It gives two login areas.
April 13, 2014 at 12:18 pm in reply to: Can't decide between third party theme vs. studio press theme #100068
The Foodie theme uses a Recipe plugin that is free. It can be added to any WordPress theme.
The foodie theme does have templates that have customized the archive display, but as Brad said above – when yu have a bunch of themes, you can just mix & match the code.
April 13, 2014 at 12:13 pm in reply to: responsive design / media queries: max width -vs- min width #100066
If you need official answers, you need to file a support ticket.
By default WordPress and themes show the newest post first.
If it is not, it’s either marked as a sticky post in the post settings, or a plugin is forcing it.
Niether of those you need a coder for.
until they’ve had time to collate the data from using everyone else’s websites as guinea pigs to work out the bugs
They have been – which is why they decided to do auto-updates for minor versions.
Those are customizable areas in the theme and thus are left out of translation files.
You need to use the code snippets:
p.s. – this is the kind of question you can ask in help desk.
I notice there’re two file I can’t delete zof change the permission. Both these files are set to 000… which I know is not correct.
And that’s why I suggested contacting your host – to help with the permissions issue.
Files also have a second level of access, called Ownership. If your user on the server at the host has no access, there’s literally no way for you to change this unless you have ssh root access.
So your host has to fix it.
WordPress only upgrades for you on minor versions. They will not do this for 3.9.
outlawgt – it;s a normal email and as stated above, started after 3.7. Yes, this was in the announcement post.
April 8, 2014 at 3:52 pm in reply to: editing the MORE TAG with advertising code (help needed!) #99202
I can’t see anything in the code snippet that actually adds the function to the more tag itself.
Perhaps that’s what you’re missing?
You need the standard code snippet with a conditional tag to show what you need on is_single.
HTML% is the new HTML coding standard. That is all.
It makes no difference in how you edit the theme files.
This looks resolved because the issue only shows up on window sizes between responsive break points.
(ie, non standard)
Are you using multisite? If so, it’s a known issue.
So you want to filter regular categories.
April 8, 2014 at 3:43 pm in reply to: Lifestyle Responsive- Remove lower half responsiveness #99194
You can’t have only part of the site be responsive.