December 3, 2012 at 3:16 pm #18342
I’m running a crowdfunding plugin from WPMU. Can I change what the heading (page title) is as it now is coming up as ‘archives’ for ‘fundraising’ (the root of the plugin) and when you click on a project name it says “blog”… I would expect since you can set the name of the plugin, that it would then use that name as the heading… Anybody have any thoughts on how I can correct this? I also have this posted on their support site…December 4, 2012 at 7:19 pm #99091
I’m not familiar with the plugin you are talking about but it sounds like it might just be using an archive page that links to individual posts created by the plugin.
In that case, you can just remove or change the name of the ‘Archive for’ text in framework>php>function-set-avia-frontend.php .
$term = get_term_by( 'slug', get_query_var( 'term' ), get_query_var( 'taxonomy' ) );
$output = __('Archive for: ','avia_framework').$term->name;
Or if that doesn’t get it, try each of the other checks in that same function. Make sure to save the file back on your server and keep a back up to this file when you update the theme (since it will be overwritten).
Also to note, make sure you have the correct license for using the theme on a WPMU setup since the basic vs extended is different depending on the usage.
DevinDecember 5, 2012 at 6:08 pm #99092
The plugin is from WPMU-DEV, I’m not running the theme on WPMU (multi-site) so the license for the theme should be fine. I don’t do WPMU. :) If you login with the credentials I set for the other issue, you can see what I’m talking about by clicking one of the fundraisers in the sidebar:
Family One Fundraiser
Then look at the page heading. Then in the breadcrumbs you can click on the root for the fundraising and see that it also uses something other than it’s page heading…December 5, 2012 at 6:31 pm #99093
This is what the folks at WPMUDEV said:
The Fundraising plugin uses custom posts, which is different than a regular post or page. Having the Fundraising plugin use regular posts or pages would limit the versatility of the plugin, the theme, and your website as a whole. Which is why we use custom post types rather than regular pages.
However, if statements can be set up for custom post types, so it’s more of a matter of your theme not having the proper if statements for a fully functioning WordPress site. It also looks like the if statement may be set up improperly and/or in the wrong order since the individual fundraising posts have the title blog.
Everything that you have described can be done through a proper if/else statement that encompasses all of WordPress’ core features.December 6, 2012 at 7:23 am #99094
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