Maybe this is a basic WP thing…but
Why do the sub pages show up like that on the parent page?
I want the #1 and #2 ones not to show up like that with the view page buttons, rather, I want navigation to those sub pages at the bottom of the page. It’s a multi-page article with the main page
being the parent page and the #1 and #2 being sub pages. There will end up being ten pages.
I activated WP PageNavi but don’t see it showing up anywhere.
1. how do I make the child pages not show up on the parent page as they are now
2. Any suggestions for page navigation which would look/behave like I’ve got it set up on my post pages, here?
See the nav links at the bottom,
Â« The Ten Best Airline Experiences Now #2 | The Ten Best Airline Experiences Now #4 Â»
I want the same kind of navigation on these pages/sub pages…can it be done?
Thanks in advance
AnonymousOctober 3, 2011 at 6:39 pm #17637
background: none repeat scroll 0 0 #E9ECF5;
border-radius: 0 0 0 0 !important;
Again, not sure of the COMPLETE effect. But it accomplishes what you are looking for. Additional testing may be required.
AnonymousOctober 3, 2011 at 6:57 pm #17638
I just saw there is an option in the WordPress admin… Appearance -> Graphene Options -> “General” tab -> Child Page Options
Under “Child Page Listings”, choose “Hide Listings”.
This would be a better solution than changing the code.
AnonymousOctober 3, 2011 at 7:21 pm #17640
Have you tried WP-PageNavi?
Double-check with Syahir… but I think this is compatible.
And, I noticed the new version is out for Graphene. It’s possible this has been incorporated into the new files.
Ya I don’t like it.
But I think I found a solution. Will post once I tweak it. Turns out Ambrosite has one for pages too…I really like their post one. So then I can get it to look the same too…that one took a bunch of tweaking with help here in the forum…hopefully I can get the page version to work the way I want it to also.
AnonymousOctober 3, 2011 at 7:24 pm #17642
You are so good at css.
Any idea how to make the social media icons at the bottom always be at the bottom in one row, clearing the photo are? Once those pages have more content it will push them down but I’d love to make sure they are never all stacked up like this…
And force them to all be in one row after the content, floated to left side I guess, or centered.
AnonymousOctober 3, 2011 at 8:25 pm #17644
Try inserting a few breaks after your text for the page. It looks like the <div> is being started right after your text… and then overflowing to the line below.
Try adding a few line breaks directly after <i>”Artfully presented meals are served on fine porcelain, with the finest table linen and crystal glasses to enhance the enjoyment of connoisseur travelers.”<i>
See if that makes it a straight line.
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