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ThemeShaper Forums: Forum: Power Blog - Recent Posts Help In Shaping WordPress Themes en Wed, 27 May 2015 05:39:13 +0000 xxxevilgrinxxx on "Getting rid of weird classes from a prev. theme" Sat, 17 Mar 2012 15:08:51 +0000 xxxevilgrinxxx 25975@ <p>I used the search feature in phpmyadmin, as well as backing it up by using WP's own search feature to look for instances of the classes in question. It only turned out to be around 15 in total so I simply went in and edited those posts - some of it through phpmyadmin, but most of it I did right through WP. If it was a lot more, it would have been easy enough to add the css, but this worked out well too. </p> xxxevilgrinxxx on "Getting rid of weird classes from a prev. theme" Sat, 17 Mar 2012 12:52:53 +0000 xxxevilgrinxxx 25973@ <p>That would probably be a hell of a lot easier :)</p> <p>That will be the thing I tackle today... </p> helgatheviking on "Getting rid of weird classes from a prev. theme" Fri, 16 Mar 2012 15:07:09 +0000 helgatheviking 25953@ <p>not sure i follow you but wouldn't it be 100x easier to just update your CSS to account for the alignleft, alignright classes than to do an SQL query and change your content? </p> xxxevilgrinxxx on "Getting rid of weird classes from a prev. theme" Fri, 16 Mar 2012 13:59:04 +0000 xxxevilgrinxxx 25952@ <p>I've recently switched back to the Power Blog (my child theme of) after a brief dalliance with the 2011 theme, and now I've got a few weird classes I need to deal with but I'm not sure the best way to do it.</p> <p>Specifically, I need to get rid of the "pull" quotes, and replace alignright/left, with a simple right/left.</p> <p>I'm sure there must be a safe way to do it via sql, but man oh man does that notion scare the bejeebers out of me. Any tips? Is there a better (saner) way to do this?</p> <p>Thanks :) </p> nimmolo on "Multiple Header graphics for Power Blog" Mon, 12 Mar 2012 07:09:00 +0000 nimmolo 25849@ <p>Scott- Thanks! Just getting your reply. </p> <p>I am aware that it's not good to hack anything in the Thematic code - it was just my little experiment there, and I was way more ignorant then than I even am now, which is saying something. I did get it working in childtheme functions.php, sorry that wasn't clear.</p> <p>I've downloaded your PDF - VERY helpful. </p> EddieY on "Can anyone advise on adding this style menu?" Sun, 11 Mar 2012 17:52:03 +0000 EddieY 25826@ <p>Got this worked out. It should be:</p> <p>#header{<br /> position:relative;<br /> z-index:20;<br /> }<br /> #main{<br /> position:relative;<br /> z-index:10;<br /> } </p> EddieY on "Can anyone advise on adding this style menu?" Sun, 11 Mar 2012 10:30:59 +0000 EddieY 25822@ <p>@helgatheviking</p> <p>That is one nice plugin. I followed the instructions per the developer but the submenus kept getting hidden behind the container. This is what I've been using for the CSS per the developer's instruction.</p> <p>#header {<br /> position:relative;<br /> z-index:20;<br /> }</p> <p>#container{<br /> position:relative;<br /> z-index:10;<br /> }</p> <p>Does that look correct? </p> helgatheviking on "Can anyone advise on adding this style menu?" Fri, 09 Mar 2012 16:12:06 +0000 helgatheviking 25800@ <p>@Jagstr3r15, wow. way to to dig up a dead thread! personally, i think that menu is nothing special. i much prefer </p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>for crazy menu deliciousness </p> Jagst3r15 on "Can anyone advise on adding this style menu?" Fri, 09 Mar 2012 12:43:00 +0000 Jagst3r15 25799@ <p>You can do it. Just takes some time and hard work :). Major things that theme seems to have are the slider and some custom designs that you could certainly replicate. </p> helgatheviking on "Widgets in Leader Asides Static with the page" Tue, 24 Jan 2012 21:20:41 +0000 helgatheviking 25029@ <p>there isn't a background at all, so i'm still unclear. might need some screen shots. a pic is worth a thousand words after all. </p> cartelco on "Widgets in Leader Asides Static with the page" Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:24:14 +0000 cartelco 25026@ <p>I basically want the categories section, which I put in the 1st leader aside widget area, to move with its background. </p> cartelco on "Widgets in Leader Asides Static with the page" Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:19:44 +0000 cartelco 25025@ <p>Here's a link: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> helgatheviking on "Widgets in Leader Asides Static with the page" Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:08:52 +0000 helgatheviking 25023@ <p>sorry, i have no idea what you mean. we're going to need more information and probably a link. </p> cartelco on "Widgets in Leader Asides Static with the page" Tue, 24 Jan 2012 19:11:26 +0000 cartelco 25018@ <p>I'm having trouble the 1st leader aside in my page. I'm trying to set the content static so it moves with the page and its background. It seems like a simple fix, but I can't for the life of me get it to move! Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks! </p> sfrangos on "Multiple Header graphics for Power Blog" Sat, 31 Dec 2011 03:23:24 +0000 sfrangos 24524@ <p>Hi Nimmolo -</p> <p>You do NOT want to hack the code of the parent theme, Thematic itself (header-extensions.php) because the whole concept of Thematic is as a framework, which is updated periodically, and, due to its core programming, it is easy to do what you need in any child-theme you create. For your function, you would do it in the "functions.php" file of the child theme. This allows you to keep clear of the parent Thematic framework so when you update it you don't overwrite any customizations.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Solution 1: Function and Hook:</strong> To help you understand what to do, I have prepared a Thematic hook (and widget) guide here: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> Download the PDF guide there and pay special attention to the PHP Function and Action Hook callout on the left side near the top. You would target the appropriate location and add code to show different headers at different locations.</li> <li><strong>Solution 2: A CSS/Page Template Solution:</strong> You can see how the header changes on three different sections we did here: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> | <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> | <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> &lt;-- to make those change, since CSS can designate different page templates in code, we simply placed a different header image in "branding" for each section of pages. ie. <code> #branding {background: url(images/affluent-families-head.jpg) no-repeat;}</code>. Note that some coders like to do it ALL in functions, but I like to use CSS when possible, and I still make page templates from time to time/</li> <li>Gene referenced an earlier pure CSS solution on this thread. I like having a special page template available, so that the client takes a role in knowing exactly which pages get which header, and can easily change that using different page templates. </li> </ul> <p>Cheers -<br /> Scott </p> nimmolo on "Multiple Header graphics for Power Blog" Wed, 28 Dec 2011 01:08:52 +0000 nimmolo 24500@ <p>Update!</p> <p>It was a simple syntax error, missing ; in line above. </p> <p>Embarrassed! </p> nimmolo on "Multiple Header graphics for Power Blog" Tue, 27 Dec 2011 23:40:56 +0000 nimmolo 24499@ <p>BlueJPro,</p> <p>This is ancient history, this thread, but I've got a specific question about the action hook you proposed. I have Dynamic Headers installed. I tried hacking this action hook into the header-extensions.php, the WRONG way ;), and it worked. But after removing it and putting it in the proper way, in the child theme functions.php, it's giving me trouble making that action hook work. I'm getting</p> <p>"Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /...path/wp-content/themes/thematic-two/functions.php on line xx" (specifics edited out for clarity)</p> <p>I've used code almost identical to yours in the childtheme functions.php. </p> <p> // Display dynamic header image<br /> function dh_show() {<br /> if(function_exists('show_media_header')) {<br /> show_media_header();<br /> }<br /> }<br /> add_action('thematic_header','dh_show',10);</p> <p>Note: This code worked when placed improperly in header-extensions.php. According to my feeble understanding, it's not working in the child theme functions.php because maybe the function 'show_media_header()', created by the dynamic header plugin, hasn't loaded yet - but that could be all wrong. </p> cookieandkate on "Remove/ alter RSS Links from Source" Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:14:53 +0000 cookieandkate 23159@ <p>Actually, that won't work for Thematic .9.7.5 or above. I tried it on my blog and it didn't change anything. Here's a post that explains more: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> middlesister on "Remove/ alter RSS Links from Source" Sun, 04 Sep 2011 10:48:34 +0000 middlesister 22963@ <p>You can do it by filtering thematic_rss and thematic_show_commentsrss.</p> <pre><code>function remove_comments_rss( $display ) { return FALSE; } add_filter(&#39;thematic_show_commentsrss&#39;, &#39;remove_comments_rss&#39;); function my_feed_link( $content ) { $content = &#39;YOUR LINK&#39;; return $content; } add_filter(&#39;thematic_rss&#39;, &#39;my_feed_link&#39; );</code></pre> <p>Put this in your child themes functions.php. </p> Crawler on "Remove/ alter RSS Links from Source" Wed, 31 Aug 2011 13:08:04 +0000 Crawler 22921@ <p>Hi,<br /> I am new to the forum but am really excited about Thematic and the Power Blog.<br /> I run into a problem recently, which I m not able to solve by myself, perhaps someone can help me out.<br /> When I look at my source code, I find two RSS links right below the meta tags:<br /> <code>link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="test blog &raquo; Feed" href=""<br /> link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="test blog &raquo; Kommentar Feed" href=""</code><br /> I cant figure out where these come from. I would like to remove the comments feed and change the "normal" feed to my feedburner url.<br /> Can anyone point out how to do this? Im even not sure if these links originate in Thematic or the Power Blog..<br /> Im running Thematic and Power Blog 1.1<br /> Thanks in advance </p> ballanrk on "thematic power blog 1.1 Leader Problem in Safari" Fri, 08 Jul 2011 04:46:35 +0000 ballanrk 22221@ <p>Problem solved </p> ballanrk on "thematic power blog 1.1 Leader Problem in Safari" Fri, 08 Jul 2011 02:43:38 +0000 ballanrk 22217@ <p>I am using a child theme and the leader asides float(#leader-container) up and to the right in Safari 4.04 BUT is fine in Firefox and I.E. I'm using all 3 leader asides and all 3 subsidiary asides Can't figure why this is happening. Tried using firebug lite for safari but no solution. </p> <p>website<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>Any help is GREATLY APPRECIATED</p> <p>child theme css</p> <p>/* Reset browser defaults */<br /> @import url('../thematic/library/styles/reset.css');</p> <p>/* Apply basic typography styles */<br /> @import url('../thematic/library/styles/typography.css');</p> <p>/* Apply a basic layout */<br /> @import url('3c-r-fixed-primary-988px.css');</p> <p>/* Apply basic image styles */<br /> @import url('../thematic/library/styles/images.css');</p> <p>/* Apply default theme styles and colors<br /> For demonstration purposes we're using the default Thematic style<br /> For major changes I recommend copying over the default styles into this file */<br /> @import url('../thematic/library/styles/default.css');</p> <p>/* Prepare theme for plugins */<br /> @import url('../thematic/library/styles/plugins.css');</p> <p>/* =Category Menu<br /> -------------------------------------------------------------- */<br /> #access {<br /> width:800px;<br /> border:none;<br /> font-size:10px;<br /> font-family:arial;<br /> }</p> <p>#access-search {<br /> width:270px;<br /> float:right;<br /> }</p> <p>#searchform input#s {<br /> margin:0px 0;<br /> width:200px;<br /> -moz-border-radius: 15px;<br /> -webkit-border-radius: 15px;<br /> border: 2px solid #eee;<br /> padding: 6px;<br /> color:#999999;<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #ffffff, #dddddd);</p> <p>}<br /> .menu {<br /> margin-left:220px;<br /> width:560px;<br /> }<br /> .entry-title {<br /> display: none;<br /> font-family: Arial,sans-serif;<br /> font-size: 26px;<br /> font-weight: bold;<br /> line-height: 26px;<br /> padding: 0 0 7px;</p> <p>}<br /> #category-access {<br /> border-bottom:1px solid #ccc;<br /> height:32px;<br /> font-size:13px;<br /> padding:11px 0;<br /> overflow:visible;<br /> z-index:150;<br /> }<br /> /* uncomment the following two selectors in case your category list wraps into a second row<br /> #category-access {<br /> height: 96px;<br /> }</p> <p>body.ie7 #category-access {<br /> height: 64px;<br /> }<br /> */<br /> .menu-title {<br /> color:#666;<br /> float:left;<br /> font-style:italic;<br /> line-height:32px;<br /> margin-right:10px;<br /> }<br /> #category-access .sf-menu {<br /> border-color:transparent;<br /> }<br /> #category-access .sf-menu a {<br /> border:1px solid transparent;<br /> margin-right:3px;<br /> }<br /> #category-access .sf-menu li:hover, #category-access .sf-menu li:hover a,<br /> #category-access .sf-menu li.sfHover, #category-access .sf-menu li.sfHover a,<br /> #category-access .sf-menu a:focus, #category-access .sf-menu a:hover, #category-access .sf-menu a:active {<br /> background: #fafafa;<br /> outline: 0;<br /> border-color:#ccc;<br /> }<br /> #category-access .sf-menu ul a {<br /> background:#fafafa;<br /> border-color:#ccc;<br /> border-right:none;<br /> border-bottom:none;<br /> margin-right:0;<br /> }</p> <p>/* =Default Widgets<br /> -------------------------------------------------------------- */</p> <p>#crown h3 {<br /> font-size:17px;<br /> padding:0 0 4px 0;<br /> }<br /> #crown #thematic-power-blog-subscribe {<br /> padding:0 0 44px 0;<br /> position:relative;<br /> }<br /> #crown #thematic-power-blog-subscribe h3 {<br /> position:absolute;<br /> top:0;<br /> left:0;<br /> }<br /> #crown #thematic-power-blog-subscribe ul {<br /> list-style:none;<br /> margin:0;<br /> position:absolute;<br /> top:0;<br /> right:0;<br /> }<br /> #crown #thematic-power-blog-subscribe ul li {<br /> padding:0;<br /> }<br /> #crown #thematic-power-blog-subscribe a {<br /> background:url(images/feed-icon-14x14.gif) no-repeat 10px 6px;<br /> border:1px solid #ccc;<br /> -webkit-border-radius: .35em;<br /> -moz-border-radius: .35em;<br /> border-radius: .35em;<br /> padding:6px 16px 6px 32px;<br /> text-decoration:none;<br /> }<br /> /* Fix for the a-tag border bug in IE7 */<br /> body.ie7 #crown #thematic-power-blog-subscribe a {<br /> float:left;<br /> }<br /> #thematic-power-blog-about ul {<br /> list-style:none;<br /> margin-left:0;<br /> }<br /> #thematic-power-blog-about a.more {<br /> display:block;<br /> text-align:right;<br /> }</p> <p>/* =Global Elements<br /> -------------------------------------------------------------- */<br /> #main {<br /> clear: both;<br /> padding: 6px 0 22px;<br /> width:800px;<br /> font-family:arial;<br /> }</p> <p>body {<br /> /* fallback (Opera) */<br /> background: #cc3399;<br /> /* Mozilla: */<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #cc3399, #331417);<br /> /* Chrome, Safari:*/<br /> background: -webkit-gradient(linear,<br /> left top, left bottom, from(#cc3399), to(#331417));<br /> /* MSIE */<br /> filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(<br /> StartColorStr='#cc3399', EndColorStr='#331417', GradientType=0);</p> <p>}<br /> #header {<br /> border-top:px solid #ccc;<br /> margin-top:22px;<br /> }</p> <p>#blog-title a {<br /> background:url("") no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;<br /> display:block;<br /> height:364px; /*add your logo height*/<br /> width:400px;/*add your logo width*/<br /> position:absolute;<br /> text-indent:-9999px;/*get the actual text out of sight*/<br /> top:0px;/*only if you need to push the logo down otherwise set to 0*/<br /> left:10;<br /> }<br /> #blog-description {<br /> margin-bottom:22px;<br /> padding:0;<br /> position:relative;<br /> top:-295px;<br /> left:10px;<br /> color:#fff;<br /> font-size:13px;<br /> font-family:arial;<br /> }<br /> #leader {<br /> border-bottom:0px solid #ccc;<br /> margin-bottom:-22px;<br /> padding:33px 0 11px 0;<br /> margin-left:0px;<br /> }</p> <p>#leader-container {<br /> margin: 0 auto;<br /> overflow: hidden;<br /> width: 800px;<br /> padding:0px;</p> <p>}</p> <p>#leader .aside {<br /> float: left;</p> <p> width: 250px;</p> <p>}<br /> #leader #first-leader {<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #bd1c84, #bd1c84);<br /> -moz-border-radius: 10px;<br /> -webkit-border-radius: 10px;<br /> -khtml-border-radius: 10px;<br /> border-radius: 10px;<br /> }<br /> #leader #second-leader {<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #cb1a94, #cb1a94);<br /> -moz-border-radius: 10px;<br /> -webkit-border-radius: 10px;<br /> -khtml-border-radius: 10px;<br /> border-radius: 10px;<br /> }<br /> #leader #third-leader {<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #ad2584, #ad2584);<br /> -moz-border-radius: 10px;<br /> -webkit-border-radius: 10px;<br /> -khtml-border-radius: 10px;<br /> border-radius: 10px;<br /> }</p> <p>#subsidiary {<br /> margin: 0 auto;<br /> overflow: hidden;<br /> width: 800px;</p> <p>}<br /> #subsidiary .aside {<br /> width:790px;<br /> float:left;<br /> margin:0 20px 0 0px;<br /> -moz-border-radius: 10px 10px 10px 10px;<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(center top , #BD1C84, #BD1C84) repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;<br /> }<br /> }<br /> #subsidiary #third {<br /> margin:0;<br /> }<br /> #content {<br /> }<br /> .hentry {<br /> }<br /> #header_box {<br /> clear: both;<br /> margin: 0 auto;<br /> overflow: hidden;<br /> position: relative;<br /> width: 400px;<br /> }</p> <p>/* Moves blog name &#38; description to the left */<br /> #branding {<br /> float: left;<br /> width: 400px;<br /> margin: 0 0 0 10px;<br /> padding:250px 0 44px;<br /> background:url( no-repeat;<br /> }</p> <p>/* Moves the new widgetized area to the right and levels it with #branding */<br /> #header-aside {<br /> float: right;<br /> width: 300px;<br /> padding: 30px 0 44px;<br /> margin-right:90px;</p> <p>}<br /> /* This will clear the floats and keeps the access bottom line<br /> from jumping into the air */<br /> #access {<br /> clear: both;<br /> }<br /> .aside {<br /> color: #FFFFFF;<br /> }<br /> .crown-aside {<br /> color:#666;<br /> padding-top:22px;<br /> margin:0;<br /> }<br /> .attachment-jpeg .crown-aside,<br /> .attachment.png .crown-aside {<br /> display:none;<br /> }<br /> .crown-aside a {<br /> color:#666;<br /> }<br /> .crown-aside a:active,<br /> .crown-aside a:hover {<br /> color: #FF4B33;<br /> }<br /> .crown-aside ul {<br /> padding:0 20px;<br /> }<br /> .crown-aside ul ul {<br /> border:none;<br /> padding:0;<br /> }<br /> .main-aside {<br /> padding-top:22px;<br /> float:right;<br /> }<br /> .main-aside ul {<br /> padding:0 20px;<br /> }<br /> .main-aside ul ul {<br /> padding:0;<br /> }<br /> #crown {<br /> border:1px solid #ccc;<br /> width:426px;<br /> }<br /> #primary {<br /> border:1px solid #ccc;<br /> border-width:0 1px 1px 1px;<br /> padding:22px 0 11px 0;<br /> width:212px;<br /> }<br /> #secondary {<br /> border:1px solid #ccc;<br /> border-width:0 1px 1px 1px; /* keeping a border on the left for no-js */<br /> margin-left:-1px; /* offsets the 1px border on the left */<br /> padding:22px 0 11px 0;<br /> width:213px;<br /> }</p> <p>#breadcrumb-nav {<br /> border-top:1px solid #ccc;<br /> color:#666;<br /> font-size:13px;<br /> line-height:18px;<br /> margin-bottom:-22px;<br /> }<br /> #breadcrumb-nav a {<br /> color:#666;<br /> }<br /> #breadcrumb-nav a:active,<br /> #breadcrumb-nav a:hover {<br /> color: #FF4B33;<br /> }<br /> #breadcrumb-nav-container {<br /> margin:0 auto;<br /> padding:11px 0;<br /> width:988px;<br /> }<br /> #breadcrumb-nav-container p {<br /> margin:0;<br /> }<br /> #footer {<br /> border-top:0px;<br /> margin-top: -102px;<br /> }</p> <p>.wp-pagenavi span.pages {<br /> padding:4px !important;<br /> }<br /> #wrapper {<br /> margin: 5px auto 0 auto;<br /> width: 800px;<br /> height: 100%;<br /> border:;</p> <p>}</p> <p>#container {<br /> float: left;<br /> width: 800px;<br /> }</p> <p>/* =Widgets<br /> -------------------------------------------------------------- */</p> <p>.aside th, .aside td {<br /> padding:0.25em 0.35em;<br /> }<br /> .aside ul {<br /> list-style: none outside none;<br /> margin-left: 20px;<br /> margin-right: 20px;<br /> font-family:arial;<br /> }</p> <p>/*=Menu<br /> --------------------------------------------------------*/</p> <p>/*** COLOR SKIN ***/<br /> .sf-menu {<br /> border: 0px solid #EEEEEE;</p> <p>}<br /> .sf-menu li {<br /> background:transparent;<br /> padding:4px;<br /> border: 0px solid #EEEEEE;<br /> }<br /> /*** 1st Level ***/</p> <p>/* 1st level links, no hover, no visits */<br /> .sf-menu li a {<br /> color:#fff;<br /> -moz-border-radius: 15px;<br /> -webkit-border-radius: 15px;<br /> border: 0px solid #EEEEEE;<br /> background:#cc3399;<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #cccccc, #cc3399);<br /> }</p> <p>/* 1st level links, hover */<br /> .sf-menu li a:hover {<br /> color:#cc3399;<br /> background:transparent;<br /> border: 0px solid #EEEEEE;<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #FFF, #DDD);</p> <p>}<br /> .sf-menu .current_page_item a,<br /> .sf-menu .current_page_ancestor a,<br /> .sf-menu .current_page_parent a {<br /> color:#cc3399;<br /> background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #FFF, #DDD);<br /> border: 0px solid #EEEEEE;</p> <p>} </p> optimus203 on "Full posts showing up on homepage." Mon, 30 May 2011 03:38:05 +0000 optimus203 21546@ <p>@Armen - Exactly the fix I was looking for. Thanks. </p> gnurf on "exclude posts from specific categories" Tue, 24 May 2011 12:08:02 +0000 gnurf 21452@ <p>Never mind, I found the solution here: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> gnurf on "exclude posts from specific categories" Tue, 24 May 2011 11:39:31 +0000 gnurf 21451@ <p>I tried Chris' solution and it seemed to work until I noticed that when I click on the previous posts links the next page shows the same posts as on the home/index page.</p> <p>I exclude four categories (and want to show 10 posts) on the home page<br /> <code><br /> function excludeposts() {<br /> if (is_home()) {<br /> query_posts("cat=-12,-3,-13,-3846");<br /> }<br /> }<br /> add_filter ('thematic_above_indexloop','excludeposts');<br /> </code> </p> Lizm on "exclude posts from specific categories" Wed, 13 Apr 2011 21:15:58 +0000 Lizm 20531@ <p>I was looking for this too- excluding one or more categories from the blog page. A good simple answer is here: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> codesmith on "Different widgets on different pages?" Tue, 08 Mar 2011 00:25:54 +0000 codesmith 19557@ <p>The Widget Context is great and can tackle this problem but if you have a bunch of pages and need a bunch of different say text widgets, a different one on each page, then the interface gets unwieldy. For instance, let's say I don't have titles for each textwidget - how do I tell which text widget goes with which page? I have to click through all of them and look at the url or notes.</p> <p>Is there a better way to do this? At the very least assign widget titles that are only seen by the admin as soon as I look at say the Primary Aside in the admin? The best solution would allow for the textwidget's content to be editable from the Page editing screen. Think this isn't possible though. Any further ideas to tackle this would be welcome. </p> jaytuduri on "Adding "crown aside" below sidebar - help" Mon, 07 Mar 2011 22:55:08 +0000 jaytuduri 19556@ <p>Hi, started using thematic and the Power Blog child theme just a few days ago.</p> <p>I can't seem to be able to add a Crown Aside "clone" to the bottom of the sidebar. I mean adding exactly the same widgetized aside as the crown, but below the primary and secondary asides.</p> <p>Anyone can help me with the php code for that? (here's an explanatory image: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> )</p> <p>Thanks! </p> compu_geek on "Want Leader Aside on Index Page only" Wed, 19 Jan 2011 12:04:41 +0000 compu_geek 18492@ <p>Hello<br /> i am using Thematic child theme "Power Blog". I want the 3 Leader Aside only on the Home Page and not on the other pages.<br /> Can anyone help me in this? </p> moncho on "Multiple Header graphics for Power Blog" Tue, 18 Jan 2011 00:05:45 +0000 moncho 18435@ <p>at my page (power blog i integrated the snippet ftom bluejpro. when i take a look in the webbrowser it seems that it works but there is some trouble with the image....perhaps is a broken link or something like that: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p>