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Title Create Multiple Blog Pages by Category - PageLines
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Text Club Themes Shop Blog Contact Club Themes Shop Blog Contact IBLOGPRO 4 HAS ARRIVED REPLACING THE WORDPRESS LOGIN LOGO Adam Munns Create Multiple Blog Pages by Category Posted April 19, 2010 · 38 Comments This video will show you how to create navigation items that link to category specific blog pages so you can separate content with more flexibility. 1 3 0 0 0 AUTHOR Adam Munns VISIT AUTHORS WEBSITE → 26 comments Sign in 21 people listening + Follow Share Post comment as... Newest | Oldest | Top Comments drezac Feb 17, 2014 Cool- now how do I get a custom sidebar on that custom blog page? LikeReply Martin (Pagelines) moderator Feb 17, 2014 @drezac Please create a topic on the support forum if you require support for a PageLInes product. You can access the pagelines forum here http://forum.pagelines.com LikeReply CongKeoHin Jul 27, 2013 Thank. I like use blogger http://www.kizi10games.net LikeReply tammybridenbeck Jul 16, 2013 can this be done in Blogger? LikeReply mrfritznel Jun 5, 2013 How do you do it in Blogger 1LikeReply aerta Mar 1, 2013 How do I get a higher res version of this video please? I've tried the Vimeo version and it's just as blurry as this one. Thanks. LikeReply Martin (Pagelines) moderator Mar 1, 2013 @aerta Hello, when viewing this in a browser on full screen there should be a HD button at the bottom. LikeReply aerta Mar 1, 2013 @martin Pagelines Perfect! Thank you Martin. 1LikeReply ManishaSingh Jan 27, 2013 Thanks for a great and info post.it is very practical and it works great, your post is helpful too as i like to comment here. http://stoogles.com/ LikeReply KieraMintonMillar Oct 2, 2012 How do you get your post page to display categories instead of just a list of all the posts? LikeReply Randy Repass Jr. Jul 30, 2011 Thanks, great info. How can put that link as a sub menu'd link in a drop down menu? Or in a footer site map? oops, just saw this is all changed in below thread... thanks though! LikeReply shazzzyy@yahoo.com Mar 3, 2011 I love the video tutorial. I was wondering how to do the same thing in the header.php. I'm using StationPro3 and I do not see the _nav.php under the Appearance > Editor. What line would I then add the new nav. Thanks. LikeReply Alyson Stearns Mar 3, 2011 Hey there! As Adam said below, this method is actually deprecated as you can use the WP custom menus now to do this. :) LikeReply SHAZnyc Mar 4, 2011 O yea Alyson, I added a menu of category and that work well. O by the way, could you please remove my email since I made a mistake and enter my email instead of my user name. You can delete my comment if you have to. Thanks, Shaz. LikeReply Simon Jan 31, 2011 I don't have the _nav.php and the list isn't in the header.php. What to do? I have platform pro. LikeReply Adam Munns Feb 3, 2011 This method is actually deprecated as you can use the WP custom menus now to do this LikeReply Mothpre Feb 6, 2011 Hi, the WP custom menus make it so much easy. the WP menus says that the theme (PlatformPrp) supports 3 menus, how can I increase this number? Thank You. LikeReply @bartzokas Feb 22, 2011 Could you please mention a sourse where I could learn how to use custom menus? LikeReply Alyson Stearns Feb 22, 2011 There's lots of good stuff on how to use custom menus at Wordpress.org, but to start you off, try here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Menus_SubPanel LikeReply @bartzokas Feb 22, 2011 Thanks for your reply!! What I want to do is to display posts from specific category on a wordpress Page. I would like to create a category named "blog" and link it to a page "blog" to display the posts . Is there a way to use custom menus to do that? Thanks LikeReply MB Jan 16, 2011 Great stuff - I am using platformPRO but cannot find the _nav.php and you mention the header.php instead. I looked at this one but cannot seem to recognize the spot where to add the categories URL . LikeReply KH Jan 15, 2011 This is exactly what I want to do for my site, but your video is too small to read the actual steps you're doing. You should have a step-by-step guide that we can download for help; especially considering that your feedback is only given randomly between Monday and Friday! LikeReply Andrew Powers Jan 22, 2011 Just watch in full screen mode on youtube :) LikeReply Mca Kuk2010 Aug 4, 2011 jhkjk LikeReply andyrio Sep 3, 2010 Great tutorial, it easy when you show with video , i follow your step and it work great on my 3.0 wp theme. LikeReply Luis Jul 8, 2010 I'm using WhiteHouse Pro, what steps should I follow to do that but in a dropdown menú? Thanks! LikeReply Christina May 9, 2010 Hi cmunns, thanks for your advice. It works, but than I don't have the chance to further custom the displayed page. I bought iblogpro3 and want to integrate a blog category into an existing page (that also shows up in the main navigation). I want to have customized words on that page in a box, and then let show automatically the blogposts of my blog's special category. Any chance to do this? Thanks a lot in advance, Christina LikeReply DrKon Apr 25, 2010 I am using your free template that came with GoDaddy WordPress hosting. This is an excellent video post and I would not figure out how to edit code to make separate blogs under the same domain name unless I saw your video. LikeReply cmunns Apr 21, 2010 @creatov, Easier, yes. Better, maybe not. Using a lot of plugins can often make things go haywire, but I'm glad that it's working great for you! LikeReply creatov Apr 21, 2010 Thanks for sharing. For dummies a little complicated. I use for the same solution the "Page Links To" plugin. This adds an extra block in your page / post dashboard. In fact this is overriding the standard Perma-link. It's flexible and working very easy. I think it's a better suggestion for solving this problem. LikeReply Jayson Apr 19, 2010 Thank you so much for posting this! I was just trying to figure out how to do this last night. I can't believe it's that easy. I'll be implementing this today and I truly appreciate it =) PS - I'll be buying iBlogPro 4 very soon as well ;) LikeReply Account Forum Contact Affiliates Terms Privacy About Drag and Drop Design Management System PageLines has a passion for web design and development. We sell premium drag & drop themes and plugins for WordPress. In addition, we help others learn web design, and we also have a strong community that builds and sells things on the PageLines Store. © 2014 PageLines. All Rights Reserved. | Premium WordPress Themes
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