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April 25, 2014 at 9:30 am in reply to: Shortcode to display latest post from one category #102319
I have a lot of plugins already installed and I’m trying to avoid using another one. Is there another way to create a shortcode in functions.php without using query_posts()?April 24, 2014 at 11:42 pm in reply to: Shortcode to display latest post from one category #102270
Oops! Sorry for the duplicate post. Disregard this one!March 26, 2014 at 12:53 pm in reply to: Conditionally add additional property details in AgentPress #96784
No. Where exactly would it go? I’m not good at writing/understanding php, just copy/pasting and tweaking.
Hi Susan: I sort of forgot about this and finally revisited it. I poked around a little more and happened to find a post by YOU that was asking the same thing about how to link posts within a category …
I was able to get Brad’s code to show the links, but they still weren’t linking to the right category. Nick’s follow-up reply worked perfectly for what I needed!
I’m also looking for advice for my first multilingual site. I’m not sure even where to start or how to estimate for my proposal to the client. I’ve never used Multisite – does that basically create a mirror of the site in a different language?
I think I’ll only need the content to be multilingual, not any of the admin/dashboard area.
Loudness, what have you found in your research?
Have you tried editing the “published on” date?
Thank you for the feedback!
Thank you soooooooooo much for your help! I appreciate the patience and perseverance!
When I originally created the site, there was no blog or podcasts. I had manually added the “more” link to the excerpts on the home page and that’s all I needed. Then later, when the podcasts and blog were added, I added code for the read more link for those, but it then appeared on the home page slider excerpts as well.
I could remove the manual link, but then I’d need another custom one that says “more” and I’d need it to be inline instead of under the excerpt (is that possible?).
But I found an easier solution … I hid it in the CSS!
Yes, but I need them to be excerpts … the text is an intro that links to a page. I manually added the “more” link in the excerpt.
I just purged the cache, try again?
Oooh, getting closer! Now all I need is to get it off the home page.
That works to make it show up only on the podcasts, but now on the home page and the blog, the entire excerpt disappears (not just the read more link)
Changing the class doesn’t help. If I replace my code with that, the read more link doesn’t appear at all. If I add it in addition to my code, there’s no change.
Is there a way to add a conditional statement to the code I have?
Hi, I’m finally getting back to this. Your code didn’t work for me. I’m using manual excerpts, maybe that’s why? Also, because of this, the excerpts on the slider on my home page have the “keep reading” text/link, but I don’t want it there (I’d manually added it in the excerpt so it’s inline with the text).
Hope you can help. Thanks!