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  • In reply to: How to make Page Title a perma link for the page?

    #36201

    Do I make a child theme?

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    Try using the Widget Logic plugin.

    Is a great plugin to use. With this plug in, and the graphene active hooks widget areas, you can put widgets anywhere on the page and have different widget for each page.

    In reply to: How to make Page Title a perma link for the page?

    #36200

    I was thinking that the Title was the link at one point in time. How can I put this feature back into the theme for both posts and pages?

    In reply to: How to make Page Title a perma link for the page?

    #36198

    Any ideas? I think a change will have to be done in the theme, but I am not good with php. My guess is where the title is added to the page in the loop is where the addition needs to be done.

    In reply to: Shortcode – Please add

    #31712

    the shortcodes in those themes adds a drop down menu in the editor to apply the shortcodes where you want them. is that easily done?

    In reply to: Mobie Cell Phone Review Site

    #27132

    I know, but I like playing with it. Should I take it off?

    In reply to: Mobie Cell Phone Review Site

    #27130

    Fixed the additional borders, the header image I’ll have to work on.

    Anything else?

    In reply to: insert javascript code

    #22146

    @Josh

    The map used in that page is not API V3. I can’t remember if its Ver 1 or 2. But the way it works is the side bar links to a JavaScript function that changes the lat/long on the map. The page never refreshes. The map does not ‘load or refresh’ for each location. It just kinda moves. In the same way as holding down the mouse and dragging it side to side.

    In reply to: insert javascript code

    #22144

    @Kenneth

    That is the only way I could get it to work. I didn’t know if a <iframe> would be the best way of doing it. I was trying to get it to work within wordpress, but everything i’ve tried doesn’t work. (<iframe> does work).

    (Which is very, very interesting…I have never seen Google maps for this purpose.)

    Why is this such an odd way of doing it? How else could the data be displayed on the map with a usable sidebar?

    In reply to: insert javascript code

    #22142

    This might sound odd, but using <iframe> is the only way i can get it to work. I don’t really want to do it this way, I would rather have the map built on the page than on a different html page and just linked in a frame.

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