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June 17, 2010 at 11:30 am #29410Paranoid OnionMember
I’ve tried asking this question in several places, including the Comic Press forum, but most people have either dodged answering the question, told me it’s impossible, or told me I had to just be a super smart coder without any sort of information on how I could start going about it.
My website is: http://paranoidonion.com
I am trying to achieve what those two have in my code structure for my CMS site. I want to have several completely separate comics that I can link to from my main page that have navigation completely independent to themselves, and don’t roll over with the large general comic category. Clean and simple… NOT. I’m a little frustrated because I switched from Word Press to Comic Press because I thought it would give me that support where Word Press did not, so I reconstructed my CSS for nothing!
I looked at this tutorial and I was able to make sense of it up to mirroring my index page, which seemed to collapse underneath me whenever I tried to copy it into a Word Press template page. I really just want to make this functional as soon as possible so that I can have both me and my code illiterate (meaning more illiterate than me anyways) start posting our stuff on this site. If this just means somehow having a cop out solution, that’s fine too, although I will try my best to understand if someone wants to actually show me how I can code this.
Thank you for reading, and hopefully someone can help me out with this. : )
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