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  • in reply to: Custom Taxonomies #130085

    I just tried the WCK custom fields plugin. It crashed the site, so I removed it manually via FTP.

    I set up two new custom fields – Location and Salary – in the Edit Post screen:

    What I’d like to do now is have these metadata values be viewable on archive pages. I’ve previously removed the date and comment information from the archive pages. Is there a way to have these custom field values appear in the area I’ve highlighted below?

    I’d also like to be able to categorize using these values, i.e. a category page showing “Dublin” jobs, and similar pages for “Salary”, where the job listings can be broken down into salary brackets, like “0 – €30,000″, “€30,000 – €60,000″, and “€60,000+”. Is this possible with custom fields, or should I try another approach?

    Thanks for your help so far. It is very much appreciated.

    in reply to: Unwanted Share Button #125353

    Yes, as it turns out. It was a Facebook Like/Share button plugin activated by another user.

    Thanks for your help.

    in reply to: Falling Snow Effect #99070

    I tested them all, and just so you know, the last one you’ve mentioned, Xmas Snow, is the only one that works.

    Thanks for your help.

    in reply to: Falling Snow Effect #99068

    Hi,

    Thanks for your response. There is no file in place because having tried to implement that html5 falling snow effect without success I removed said file, because it was applying a plain white canvas layer over the entire site, making it inaccessible.

    Is there a way to make the first code snippet, at http://www.schillmania.com/projects/snowstorm/ work? I placed the relevant code in the <head></head> tag and uploaded the .js file, but there was no visible difference on the site.

    Thanks again.

    in reply to: Post "Likes" and W3C validity #94664

    Thanks for the info. I could tell from the look of both elements that the code and its syntax couldn’t be changed, and as long as there are no <i>unavoidable</i> W3C errors I’m happy. Thanks again for your help.

    in reply to: Image resizing and Google Wb Fonts #89346

    Great, good to know. Thanks for your help.

    in reply to: Applying a header background across entire categories. #89344

    That’s great. Thanks for that.

    in reply to: Changing search form to button #83714

    Thanks. As long as I know it can’t be implemented without doing some major work I’m satisfied.

    in reply to: Changing search form to button #83712

    Hi,

    I tried this and it has replaced the Welcome message on the homepage with the title of a random post. What I want is for just one template to display the page title in this section, but this change seems to effect all the dynamic templates.

    Thanks again for your continued help.

    in reply to: Changing search form to button #83710

    Sorry, I think I could have been clearer with my question.

    What I’m trying to do is have the text part of the callout section – the part illustrated that reads “Employers” – to display the title of the current page. Is this possible?

    Thanks again for your help so far.

    in reply to: Changing search form to button #83708

    Hi,

    Thanks for your help with this. I followed the instructions and it worked perfectly for the homepage.

    I still have one problem though. I would like to have this button on every page, across the entire site, with the page title to the left-hand side. I have noticed that the Text Area/Callout/Quote section does not have a option for displaying the individual page’s title, and I’ve tried <?php echo get_the_title($ID); ?> with no success. Is there a way to implement this without having to create a template for each individual page?

    Thanks again for your help so far.

    in reply to: Changing search form to button #83706

    I’m referring to the button here:

    I copied all the styling to create a duplicate css class, with this as the result:

    However, when the browser window is reduced in size, the button overlaps the text, like so:

    I’d like to know how to set up a button that allows for the changes in window size, like that in the demo. I can’t find any options in the theme settings for this:

    in reply to: border-bottom for main menu items #83882

    Thanks for your help.

    in reply to: Footer bullet points #83703

    That worked perfectly. Thank you.

    in reply to: Footer bullet points #83701

    Hi,

    They’re still there. If you look at the centre column of the footer, specifically the “Contact Us” link, you should see the bullet point inside the letter “C”. The bullet points overlap the text, and as such their visibility varies on different computers/browsers.

    I can’t find any list styling that I haven’t already played with, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: Blog Categories Meta-Data #82962

    Thank you. That’s worked perfectly.

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