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  • In reply to: How to modify the theme using a child theme


    I am very confused with the whole childs theme thing. I created the files – styles.css / functions.php / header.php

    I added my adjustments and it didn’t work. After I activated it, it really messed things up.

    Right here where it says

    @import url(“../graphene/style.css”);

    I need to change each of those to…

    @import url(“../graphene/functions.php”);

    @import url(“../graphene/header.php”);


    Also when I am removing something and adding something else in (like removing the RSS Image Icon and replacing it with a custom one). Do I need to remove the code from the original header.php file and then make my adjustments in the child’s theme or will the child’s theme override it automatically??

    In reply to: Numbered Comments


    Oh gosh! I guess that was it. I activated the plugin and re-added the code and it worked! Any idea how I move the comment numbers to the right instead of the left??? 🙂

    In reply to: Numbered Comments


    What?? Sorry you’ve been so helpful but I’m confused. It’s that what I posted? Remove echo so it looks like this??

    <?php gtcn_comment_numbering($comment->comment_ID, $args); ?>

    So all together it would be…

    if (!function_exists(‘graphene_comment’)) :

    function graphene_comment($comment, $args, $depth) {

    $GLOBALS = $comment; ?>

    <li id=”comment-<?php comment_ID(); ?>” <?php comment_class(‘clearfix’); ?>>

    <?php gtcn_comment_numbering($comment->comment_ID, $args); ?>

    Just tried that. It didn’t work. It says – Fatal error: Call to undefined function gtcn_comment_numbering() in /home/marvel8/public_html/wp-content/themes/graphene/functions.php on line 427

    In reply to: Numbered Comments


    I put <?php echo gtcn_comment_numbering($comment->comment_ID, $args); ?> after <li id=”comment-<?php comment_ID(); ?>” <?php comment_class(‘clearfix’); ?>> and it didn’t work.

    Was I supposed to change the code some first??

    In reply to: Numbered Comments


    I tried using Greg’s Threaded Comment Numbering Plugin

    It says…

    *Advanced Usage: Calling WordPress Plugin Functions Directly*

    If your theme already uses a custom callback function, it probably lives in functions.php, and you will see the name of your callback function specified in the call to wp_list_comments() in your comments.php file. You can modify the callback function to incorporate comment numbering wherever you would like it to appear by just adding the following: <?php echo gtcn_comment_numbering($comment->comment_ID, $args); ?>.

    And I tried doing that but I wasn’t really sure where to put it and when I did it I crashed my whole site. 🙁 I put it on line 421 in the functions.php

    In reply to: Display Image Excerpts in Pages


    Wow that was so easy! I love plugins!! And you!! 🙂 Thanks so much!

    In reply to: Numbered Comments


    Ok I figured out how to change the text where it says 6 comments right above the start of the comments. And when you click on add one, it jumps to the form!!

    Now I just need numbers…

    In reply to: Display Image Excerpts in Pages


    One more thing…

    Now I was wondering how to show more than three excerpt posts at a time?? I have my Settings>Reading set to display the 3 most recent posts.

    I would like to keep my front page showing 3 posts but change my pages to show about 6 excerpts. Any advice??

    In reply to: Display Image Excerpts in Pages


    Oh good to know! Thanks! 🙂

    In reply to: Display Image Excerpts in Pages


    I added the <?php the_excerpt(); ?> back in the in functions.php and then added the

    .slider_post img.tfe{



    in the css like you said and it worked perfectly!! I had adjusted the slider height though since it wasn’t showing the excerpts and I was wondering what the original height was so I could change it back?? It was about 250px right??

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