Forum Replies Created
I see a full blog entitled “The Undeniable Impact of Mobile Communication” at the top. Then below it – there are two columns of previous blogs. In the left column (column 1) I see “Success Matters in the Marketing World” and in the right column (column 2) “San Francisco and the Rise of Silicon Valley”.
What do you see?
Instead of using a pop up which can be pretty annoying, why not place a sign up box somewhere on the home page, footer area or sidebar. They also have this Generate Box that looks nice. Maybe it would fit your theme – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/generate-box/.
Look at this and see if it helps you.
I don’t know what you mean. The previous posts in the Balance demo are two columns when I view it. I am not sure why you see only 1 column. What browser are you using?March 10, 2013 at 6:42 pm in reply to: Custom content columns won't turn off / wrap / work #25358
View this again – http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/content-column-classes/.
The first column begins with:
<div class="one-half first">
You have to end the first column with
Then to start the second column, you begin with:
….. then end it with
Column #1 has the word “first” in it. Column #2 doesn’t.
Yes, just create your categories. Then write your posts, select the appropriate category and that’s it. Then drag a Featured Post over to the widget area of your choice. Select the category and the settings you want, save and that’s it.
Thanks for sharing that @charlielivingston. I’ve been to her site many times for helpful tips and never ran across that one.
I think if you change this:
if ( is_page() ) return;
if ( !is_home() ) return;
The pictures on the home page will come back.
If you use Firebug for Firefox, you can see how she did it. She used CSS and added her first name as a class.
What type of error message if any are you receiving?
Yes, what theme are currently using? Each area uses Featured Posts and has the Category selected for Music and Relationship, Fitness, in each respectively.March 10, 2013 at 8:33 am in reply to: Delete pinterest button from posts (quattro theme) #25304
Have you checked your plugins? There is specific CSS classes to that button and also it attaches to what appears could be your Pinterest account.
Wonderful. Glad you were able to fix it.
Ahhh a conflict. Unfortunately I don’t have an answer. But if you receive a solution can you post the response back here. I’d like the answer.
Those settings are in the Plugin you are using for Top Articles. You should post your question on the plugin’s support page.