Problems with child pages showing (no title)

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #38177

    What does the Simple Paginated Posts plugin do?

    timcs

    #38178
    Quote:
    What does the Simple Paginated Posts plugin do?

    In addition to using the <!–nextpage–> tag in pages to create page breaks , this plugin gives a table of contents at the bottom of each page with headings created by using another tag for each page e.g. [spp title=”page 1″] this clearly has then caused problems for the theme getting the title of the first/main page.

    I have deactivated it now and all is well. I may just stick with the standard page tag <!–nextpage–>

    I would like the built in slider for this theme to work with pages in the same way it does posts as well as the current slider seems to cause problems with the drop down menus as when a menu overlaps the slider the menu closes

    Thanks

    TimCS

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    Syahir Hakim

    #38179
    Quote:
    I would like the built in slider for this theme to work with pages in the same way it does posts …

    You can do this, but will need a child theme.

    Quote:
    … the current slider seems to cause problems with the drop down menus as when a menu overlaps the slider the menu closes

    This issue has been fixed quite a while ago. Which version of the theme are you using? See the demo site for how it’s working.

    timcs

    #38180
    Quote:
    I would like the built in slider for this theme to work with pages in the same way it does posts …

    You can do this, but will need a child theme.

    … the current slider seems to cause problems with the drop down menus as when a menu overlaps the slider the menu closes

    This issue has been fixed quite a while ago. Which version of the theme are you using? See the demo site for how it’s working.

    thanks for coming back to me on this Syahir , how do I go about creating a “child theme” do achieve this?

    As for the drop down problem, the slider I am referring to is not the one that comes with the theme but the other plug in I am using which I assume is why it happens .

    My version of the theme should be the latest as I update it whenever there is an update to apply. The version is 1.8.4

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #38181
    Quote:
    how do I go about creating a “child theme” do achieve this?

    http://docs.graphene-theme.com/Customisation_using_a_child_theme

    if you prefer, many people have used this plugin and find it great:

    http://www.prasannasp.net/graphene-child-theme-template/

    timcs

    #38182

    if you prefer, many people have used this plugin and find it great:

    http://www.prasannasp.net/graphene-child-theme-template/

    Thanks but then how do I make the slider read recent pages and not post which is what I am trying to achieve?

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    Syahir Hakim

    #38183
    Quote:
    Thanks but then how do I make the slider read recent pages and not post which is what I am trying to achieve?

    We can guide you on that after you have the child theme set up.

    timcs

    #38184
    Quote:
    Thanks but then how do I make the slider read recent pages and not post which is what I am trying to achieve?

    We can guide you on that after you have the child theme set up.

    Ok thanks I will set this up hopefully tonight

    timcs

    #38185

    Right I think I have set up the child theme as instructed . How do I go about creating the unique slider which shows recent pages instead of posts?

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    Syahir Hakim

    #38186

    OK, create a functions.php file in your child theme. Then, add this code into that file:

    <?php
    /**
    * Make slider lists recent pages instead of recent posts
    */
    function my_slider_post_types( $types ) {
    global $graphene_settings;
    if ( $graphene_settings['slider_type'] == 'latest_posts' ) {
    $types = array( 'page' );
    }

    return $types;
    }
    add_filter( 'graphene_slider_post_type', 'my_slider_post_types' );

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