Try one of my other themes instead.
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I think your custom field is a pain in the ass.
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You can get round this by deleting line 21 from the index.php file.
Also, try using excerpts (you can find them under ‘advanced options’ on the new post page) when you add a new post. The front page will display the excerpt rather than a shortened version of the whole post.
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Why ‘sane’ permalinks?
I have been using custom permalinks, e.g. /%postname%/ for some time.
Is there something wrong with that?
Also, are you saying that all posts have to be tagged ‘lead’ to be included in the archives?
Apologies for the permalinks comment — I have hard-coded a reference to ../posts into the theme. As WordPress allows you to change the URL of any page, this part of the post needs rewriting. Obviously there’s nothing wrong with choosing your own URL structure (in fact I also use /%postname%/ when setting up new blogs).
No, you don’t have to tag a post ‘lead’ for it to be included in the archives. The archive page pulls all posts tagged ‘lead’ from the database and displays them in the main content area, along with their excerpt. The sidebar then displays a list of all posts. The idea is for authors to guide their readers to certain posts.
Hope that helps. Please leave a comment if you encounter any further problems.
Two questions for you, how can I disable the auto resizing of images to be a width of 512?
And also I have played with a bit but I can’t get it work but is there a way to show more then 1 post on the home page? I have gotten it work but it repeats the sidebar, or it puts the sidebar on top of the posts and then shows however many posts I want.
Great theme! I love simplicity, and now I noticed a new one you created.
As for your first point: yes, you can, but you’ll need to head into the style sheet. It can be found in themes - intothewhite - design - styles - default - screen.css. Deleting line 241 (width: 32em;) will do the trick.
themes - intothewhite - design - styles - default - screen.css
To get more posts to show on the home page you need to edit the index.php file (it’s in themes - intothewhite). In line 5 you need to delete the part that says &showposts=1.
themes - intothewhite). In line 5 you need to delete the part that says
If you're not confident doing that, or you run into problems, drop me an email (email@example.com) and I'll email you a modified version of the theme.
Yes, I've released a new theme. Into the White takes a bit of work on the author's part, what with adding custom fields and resizing images - Velouria doesn't need any of that.
Thanks for using the theme,
Hmm odd yeah I’ve changed show posts from 1 to 4 and it repeats the recent posts side bar 4 times…, each time next to the original post.
Not sure whats going on..?
Thanks for your help.
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Hey, I used this layout a while ago and I now have a new layout in place. But there is a problem.
How do you change the permalinks to the default?
Kashif – just login to the back end and go to Settings – Permalinks. Then check the ‘default’ option.
Is it possible to have a category drill-down as per the typical WordPress theme?
Currently, when I go to /category/[my category], it shows the same content as the homepage. And /posts/[my category] returns a 404.
While I understand the Posts archive page and the ability to search, I think it would be useful for many readers to see posts belonging only to a certain category.
Is this possible with the Into the White theme?
Not at the moment. I could alter archives.php and incorporate category links, but one of the ‘features’ of the theme is that it changes the way that posts are organised (for the better, I think). In turn, this keeps things visually spare; again, I think this is one of the things people like about the theme.
It’s also why the theme isn’t widgetisable.
My next theme will be widget–ready (so it’ll be easy to add a category list)—you may want to take a look at that. I don’t think it’ll look as distinctive, though.
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Working on themes is a creative job, keep posting new themes
can we edit that theme and use it ? is it allowed
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