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  • In reply to: AddThis code on the front page of the site?


    Thanks, Kenneth – I’m starting to wonder if this is too time-intensive for me to get into, but if I decide to tackle it and actually manage to get it to work, I’ll for sure do a post about it. I think this is something that probably affects people who post visual art more than people who post writing; if you post writing, the reader *has to* drill into the post in order to read the whole article, but with a site like mine, people can just browse the front page of the site and really don’t need to drill into anything.

    I’m a bit surprised this is so involved. Clearly WP “knows” the URL and title of each post as it populates the front page. I’d think it’d be easy to therefore pull the post title and URL and use those to actively generate the AddThis code for each entry on the homepage.

    Anyway, thanks for the help (and the kind words about my site). I’ll pop back in if I dig into this and get it to work.

    In reply to: AddThis code on the front page of the site?


    Thanks for the action hook tutorial. I think that’s one I saw when I was Googling around earlier today. Will I be able to use [#post-url] and [#post-title] to define the title and URL with the AddThis API?

    In reply to: AddThis code on the front page of the site?


    Thanks so much for the quick reply, Josh. I thought text widgets were just for the sidebar and I’m not familiar with action hooks, but I’ll look into both this weekend.

    I’d just want the buttons displayed in exactly the same place that Graphene currently displays them once posts are drilled into: either the top or bottom of the post content.

    Thanks again,


    In reply to: Change "Home" to "Blog"


    Thanks for the quick reply! I’ll look into that tutorial.

    In reply to: Changing Header Text Color


    Ah, that makes perfect sense. Thanks so much for the quick answer (and great WP theme).

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