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Apr
18
revised Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
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Apr
17
comment Show full posts in archive
The archive.php code you posted doesn't call either the_content() or the_excerpt(). You probably need to look in content.php, which is included in archive.php via get_template_part( 'content' ).
Apr
17
comment Wordpress 3.8.3. custom theme - sliders won't load js/css files
Yes. Always use core-bundled scripts; especially jQuery - and especially when you're experiencing problems getting jQuery-related scripts to work properly.
Apr
17
comment Wordpress 3.8.3. custom theme - sliders won't load js/css files
Without code, we have no way to help you. How is jQuery 1.9.3 loaded, when WordPress uses version 1.10 (in WordPress 3.8)?
Apr
17
comment Renaming the Twenty Fourteen Wordpress theme
This is a PHP/search-and-replace/syntax question that merely takes place in the context of WordPress.
Apr
17
comment Show full posts in archive
What have you tried so far? What relevant template files does your Theme include?
Apr
17
comment List posts related to category on a div
StackExchange sites are not well-suited for "asking for ideas" type questions. Instead, questions are intended to be within the scope of solving a specific problem. For the WordPress Development stack, that generally means, I've tried code X to accomplish Y, but Z happened instead.
Apr
17
comment Custom Post Types strange pagination problem
Why are you using query_posts()? What template file is this?
Apr
17
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
See my edited answer. The [gallery] shortcode has a "size" parameter.
Apr
17
revised Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
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Apr
16
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
That error is telling you that $people_attachments isn't a valid query object. You need to debug to find out why.
Apr
16
comment display post tags on single.php inside loop
Have you tried the_tags()?
Apr
16
comment How to get to blog flow and a specific post?
What have you tried thus far? Clicking the post permalink is intended to navigate to the single-post view.
Apr
16
comment How to separate HTML and Wordpress files
Please edit your question to clarify how it is specific to WordPress rather than merely a PHP/HTML question in the context of WordPress. Also, please edit your question to describe what you have attempted thus far.
Apr
16
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
Re: Notice: Undefined property - check carefully for syntax errors, and spelling errors. $people_attachments returns a valid query object, so you shouldn't be seeing that error.
Apr
15
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
What is the actual code you used. Please edit your question with any code that you've tried. Edit: I see that you did that; thanks! Can you include the error message in your question as well?
Apr
15
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
That explains a lot. See my edited answer. Instead of a foreach loop, you need to loop using the if ( $q->have_posts() ) : while ( $q->have_posts() ) : $q->the_post(); style.
Apr
15
revised Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
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Apr
15
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
Okay, so next step of debugging: what does var_dump( $alpha_id_array ) show?
Apr
15
comment Connecting Wordpress gallery to custom categories (taxonomy)
@StephenS. yes, that was a typo from copying-pasting code from the other part of the answer. Now fixed. Thanks!