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Community » Tag: custom - Recent Posts http://themehybrid.com/community/tags/custom Theme Hybrid en-US Tue, 29 Jul 2014 22:55:20 +0000 bbpress 1.0.2 <![CDATA[Search]]> q http://themehybrid.com/community/search.php opticliff on "Customization of Hybrid News primary menu" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/customization-of-hybrid-news-primary-menu#post-4838 Thu, 26 Jan 2012 02:18:58 +0000 opticliff 4838@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Hi,</p> <p>I posted earlier today in the wrong area of the site, and thank you to Justin for answering my initial query and pointing me here.<br /> Now that he established it's possible, I need help making this happen relatively soon. We have a small budget, but also not a really great sense of how much time/work it would take to implement this on our site. If the two aren't compatible let me know.<br /> Here is the initial query:</p> <p>Is this header / primary menu style (the custom-colored tabs with the highlighter showing which page you're on) possible with Hybrid News? We particularly like that the tabs overlap (almost identical to Google Chrome tabs) and that they are aligned right vis a vis the main content column.</p> <p>Please see the screenshot of my illustrator mock-up here (the text of this question is there too):<br /> <a href="http://opticliff.com/public/hybrid-news-question.png" rel="nofollow">http://opticliff.com/public/hybrid-news-question.png</a></p> <p>I really appreciate any help, and if you know of someone who could do this for us relatively quickly/cheaply, we have a timeline, and learning to do this right now is not feasible for me given the time frame.</p> <p>Thank you. Please email me at opticliff[at]gmail[dot]com.</p> <p>-Zeke</p> <p>Reply by:</p> <p>Justin Tadlock (Administrator)<br /> Posted 7 hours ago | Permalink</p> <p>Yes, that's possible with any list of links.</p> <p>If you want to hire someone to design/code this for you, there's a jobs board here:<br /> <a href="http://themehybrid.com/community/forum/jobs" rel="nofollow">http://themehybrid.com/community/forum/jobs</a> </p> Justin Tadlock on "Custom Post Types in the WordPress Navigation Menu" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-post-types-in-the-wordpress-navigation-menu#post-3738 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 18:34:51 +0000 Justin Tadlock 3738@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>This is the Ideas forum. If you need help with something in WordPress, you should ask over on the support forums:<br /> <a href="http://themehybrid.com/support" rel="nofollow">http://themehybrid.com/support</a> </p> aeromaxx on "Custom Post Types in the WordPress Navigation Menu" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-post-types-in-the-wordpress-navigation-menu#post-3737 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 16:59:04 +0000 aeromaxx 3737@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Hello can someone help me out by pointing me in the right direction as to where I can find out how to add a drop down menu to a theme with my custom post types stored within in, have been looking/searching google for "custom post types in wp_nav_menu", "custom post types in wp_list_pages", "custom post types in wordpress themes", "custom post types in wordpress theme", and have drawn a blank so far, I have managed to find out how to get my posts in the custom post types to appear in with the normal blog posts, but as I will have several posts in the custom post types more than what would be in the normal blog, would make this diluted and I would therefore like to have them in a drop down box in the menu.</p> <p>The menu on this website here <a href="http://justintadlock.com/" rel="nofollow">http://justintadlock.com/</a> the "Writing" part on the menu I presume that these are custom post types, but I wish to have the menu on my site like this menu, if anyone can point me in the right direction as to how to achieve this, be is something on the codex, a blog post or something like this I would very much appreciate anything anyone would be able to tell me. </p> izzyike on "Strongvisa.com Lawyer's Site-News Child Theme" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/strongvisacom-lawyers-site-news-child-theme#post-3676 Thu, 01 Sep 2011 04:27:09 +0000 izzyike 3676@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Immigration attorney's website using the news theme.</p> <p>Custom page template for homepage and several others. Priorities were few images and fast load times, so few images and a clean design.</p> <p><a href="http://strongvisa.com" rel="nofollow">http://strongvisa.com</a> </p> Amy on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-3236 Mon, 16 Aug 2010 19:40:12 +0000 Amy 3236@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>I am interested in using the byline on some posts and hiding it for other posts. I want to include author and date on blog posts, but I would like to leave that information off on portfolio posts.</p> <p>I am using Hybrid 0.8 and the Outline theme. </p> sergiofores on "meditacion.sergiofores.com - my artwork" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/new-custom-hybrid-child-themes#post-3146 Mon, 05 Jul 2010 13:07:50 +0000 sergiofores 3146@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>My artworks<br /> <a href="http://meditacion.sergiofores.com" rel="nofollow">http://meditacion.sergiofores.com</a></p> <p>With Hybrid child theme. </p> whobody on "Wedding Web Site AisleOfView.com Custom Hybrid Child Theme" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/wedding-web-site-aisleofviewcom-custom-hybrid-child-theme#post-2642 Sat, 13 Feb 2010 11:17:08 +0000 whobody 2642@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Hi Craig,</p> <p>Thanks for the thoughts and feedback. Pardon my ignorance but what is the title tag you mentioned? Title of posts? Title of the blog?</p> <p>Thanks,<br /> j </p> Craig on "Wedding Web Site AisleOfView.com Custom Hybrid Child Theme" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/wedding-web-site-aisleofviewcom-custom-hybrid-child-theme#post-2639 Fri, 12 Feb 2010 21:25:43 +0000 Craig 2639@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Well there is a lot of demand for a "WordPress Wedding theme" believe it or not. I did a mock up in Options 2 something years ago and I still get o maybe 10 hits a week for one.</p> <p>No calls though lol. It looks very nice. One thing I was confused about navigating, but the photography is very nice. The title tag should be fixed.</p> <p>But wow she does nice weddings, good luck. </p> whobody on "Wedding Web Site AisleOfView.com Custom Hybrid Child Theme" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/wedding-web-site-aisleofviewcom-custom-hybrid-child-theme#post-2629 Thu, 11 Feb 2010 23:31:49 +0000 whobody 2629@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p><a href="http://aisleofview.com" rel="nofollow">http://aisleofview.com</a></p> <p>The topic just about said it... I worked with a designer who gave me some awesome but tough templates to follow. And, not to make excuses, but I'm more of a hobbiest than a designer. This was hard work! : |</p> <p>While I like how the site turned out, and my client/friend likes it, there is still a lot that is undone. Browser compatibility, etc. I finished this a while back and in about two months they will put up a new site already. Oh well, on we go.</p> <p>Enjoy! </p> danallen_vt on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-1707 Thu, 13 Aug 2009 06:52:43 +0000 danallen_vt 1707@http://themehybrid.com/community/ </p> Justin Tadlock on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-1384 Thu, 11 Jun 2009 00:11:23 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1384@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>It was implemented in version 0.5. </p> mbarilla on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-1383 Wed, 10 Jun 2009 23:59:20 +0000 mbarilla 1383@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Any word on the possibility of implementing this? </p> rosina on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-791 Sun, 08 Feb 2009 11:52:31 +0000 rosina 791@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Oh yes please -- a hook after the post where all the post-meta stuff could go, that would be fantastic. As would one before, for the byline.</p> <p>The post-meta hook would solve a lot of problems on how to place things like subscribe/email and 'similar posts' and allow them to be formatted as a unit. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-769 Fri, 06 Feb 2009 06:01:29 +0000 Justin Tadlock 769@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>What I'm really thinking about doing is creating a couple of hooks &mdash; one before posts and one after posts.</p> <p>Example:</p> <pre><code>&lt;div class=&quot;&lt;?php hybrid_post_class(); ?&gt;&quot;&gt; &lt;?php hybrid_before_entry(); // New before entry hook ?&gt; &lt;div class=&quot;entry-content&quot;&gt; &lt;?php the_content(); ?&gt; &lt;/div&gt; &lt;?php hybrid_after_entry(); // New after entry hook ?&gt; &lt;/div&gt;</code></pre> <p>Then, it would be easy to <em>hook</em> a post title, byline, and post metadata wherever you want. Then, I would also make a couple of filterable functions like:</p> <pre><code>hybrid_entry_title() // Would display the post title hybrid_byline() // Would display the byline hybrid_entry_meta() // Would display the post metadata</code></pre> <p>Each one of those would be filterable. Plus, you could add them anywhere you want. For example, you could put the post title at the end of the post if you wanted to (OK, not a great example). </p> esmiata on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-703 Wed, 28 Jan 2009 17:05:05 +0000 esmiata 703@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>I'm not quite sure. I ended up putting the <code>&lt;p class=&quot;&quot;&gt;</code> tags in the function file of my child themes and forming the byline and post meta data with familiar HTML and WP functions. For me, this is far more intuitive than using filters.</p> <p>However, if you are going to filter the byline and post meta data with a custom function, then I would say that the <code>&lt;p class=&quot;&quot;&gt;</code> tags should be in the template files. Anything that can be done to make the filtering simpler will make it easier for amateurs like myself to understand. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-633 Fri, 16 Jan 2009 00:01:29 +0000 Justin Tadlock 633@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Do you think it would be better to include the <code>&lt;p class=&quot;byline&quot;&gt;</code> or the <code>&lt;p class=&quot;post-meta-data&quot;&gt;</code> inside the function or within the template files?</p> <p>Including it in the function makes it easier to remove the section altogether. Including it in the template files makes less work when filtering it with a custom function. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-632 Thu, 15 Jan 2009 23:59:12 +0000 Justin Tadlock 632@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>It's something I've been considering. I would've done it to start with but wanted to see if it would be better to just use WP 2.7's template-overriding feature. The major problem with making them filterable is that it would be pretty tough for novice users to customize the areas.</p> <p>However, I am using some more up-to-date functions in version 0.4 (due out soon) that should make it easier to transition in maybe version 0.5.</p> <p>I would say that it's good practice to start using a custom function for them though. I can see this as a definite possibility. </p> esmiata on "Custom byline and post meta functions (Hybrid)" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/custom-byline-and-post-meta-functions-hybrid#post-630 Thu, 15 Jan 2009 23:41:32 +0000 esmiata 630@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>For those of us that want to customize the byline and post meta that appears with each post, how about making them custom functions that can be called?</p> <p>I made a couple of templates for a child theme to have something like this:</p> <pre><code>&lt;p class=&quot;byline&quot;&gt; &lt;?php custom_byline(); ?&gt; &lt;?php edit_post_link(__(&#39;Edit&#39;,&#39;hybrid&#39;), &#39; &lt;span class=&quot;separator&quot;&gt;|&lt;/span&gt; &lt;span class=&quot;edit&quot;&gt;&#39;, &#39;&lt;/span&gt; &#39;); ?&gt; &lt;/p&gt;</code></pre> <p>It would be nice if the framework allowed for custom bylines and post metas right out of the box. </p> Justin Tadlock on "shortcode to quickly generate list of posts based on parameters" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/shortcode-to-quickly-generate-list-of-posts-based-on-parameters#post-109 Wed, 17 Sep 2008 19:51:19 +0000 Justin Tadlock 109@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Yep, you can use PHP in pages if you have a PHP plugin, such as Exec PHP. Or, you can create custom page templates. </p> superboy on "shortcode to quickly generate list of posts based on parameters" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/shortcode-to-quickly-generate-list-of-posts-based-on-parameters#post-94 Tue, 09 Sep 2008 20:42:16 +0000 superboy 94@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>Can we use php code in a page?</p> <p>So you're saying that I can use php code for the query I'm looking for and just write it right into the page and that's it? That would be really awesome, I have to learn how to do that. I can make some really sweet pages with that. </p> Justin Tadlock on "shortcode to quickly generate list of posts based on parameters" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/shortcode-to-quickly-generate-list-of-posts-based-on-parameters#post-93 Tue, 09 Sep 2008 14:17:46 +0000 Justin Tadlock 93@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>What I don't understand is the need for shortcodes. We already have WordPress functions (template tags) that handle this stuff in an easy way so users don't have to learn PHP to use them.</p> <p>To me, it seems like adding shortcodes just adds another layer of complexity.</p> <p>I do understand that those <code>&lt;?php</code> symbols scare off a few users, but shortcode tags would be the same thing. They'd just look different. </p> superboy on "shortcode to quickly generate list of posts based on parameters" http://themehybrid.com/community/topic/shortcode-to-quickly-generate-list-of-posts-based-on-parameters#post-92 Mon, 08 Sep 2008 21:06:23 +0000 superboy 92@http://themehybrid.com/community/ <p>This is something that I feel can be very useful and powerful for Wordpress sites, but I have no idea how to do it. It's basically a shortcode that would return a list of posts that match a query, and that list can be displayed several ways (controlled by classes, shortcode, I don't really know what's the best way).</p> <p>For example, let's say I wanted to make a page with two sections on the page. The first section would be a list of posts that have the category "Sports" and the tags"Lakers" and "Finals". The second section would be a list of posts that have the cateogry "Music" and the tag "Features". So, I would enter the appropriate shortcode for it, and on the actual displayed page would be the matching lists. Wouldn't that be really useful? I think so.<br /> The returned result will look like:<br /> Lakers in the Finals (this is entered manually, we don't want the code controlling the title, just the generated list):<br /> --post 1<br /> --post 2<br /> --post 3</p> <p>Music featured posts<br /> --post 1<br /> --post 2<br /> --post 3<br /> --post 4</p> <p>And we can use the styles already defined in the theme to show how the lists will be displayed. For example, maybe you want the list of posts to have the thumbnails show. Or medium-sized images shown. Or no images, just bullet symbols. Or thumbnail+excerpt. And so on.</p> <p>I've been wanting to do this for a while. This would give us (me) a really cool way to create some nice looking static pages with content that gets automatically updated. </p>