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  • #28930

    Is there a widget that can be used in the sermons sidebar to display a list of archived sermons? If not what is the best way to handle this?

    #139190

    Hi,

    1.) Please edit functions.php, find this code:

    //register_widget( 'avia_portfoliobox' );

    Replace it with:

    register_widget( 'avia_portfoliobox' );

    2.) Edit framework > php > class-framework-widgets.php, find this code:

    function avia_portfoliobox()
    {

    $this->avia_term = 'portfolio_entries';
    $this->avia_post_type = 'portfolio';
    $this->avia_new_query = ''; //set a custom query here

    Replace ‘portfolio’ with ‘sermon’ on this line:

    $this->avia_post_type = 'portfolio';

    3.) Go to Appearance > Widgets panel, insert Incarantion Latest Portfolio widget.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #139191

    thanks… that worked. It made a list of sermon titles in the sidebar.

    NOW… can this be set up like an archive that list the months/year… then when you click on the month/year it will bring up a page of sermons in that month/year.

    thanks

    Sam

    #139192

    Hey,

    I’m sorry but you need to hire a freelance developer to make that kind of modification on the theme.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #161508

    Sam,

    We used a custom menu which you can build with the sermon categories (tagging each sermon by year, or month when you post it). Then the custom menu can be inserted as widget in the sermon page widget area.

    Not as dynamic as we’d like with drop down menus etc, but it’s better than nothing.

    Emily

    #161545

    Hey Emily,

    That is a great solution and while manual its a bit cheaper than having it custom coded. There are also quite a few plugins out there that will let you set up menus for custom taxonomies and many are fairly automated which may be helpful here.

    Thanks for the extra input :)

    Regards,

    Devin

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