Customizing WordPress Posts
# December 21, 2009 at 8:06 am
Please help me with the following problem:
The normal practice is to put all post on the index page. For my design I want to put the 2 or 3 posts on the sidebar and in the end put a link to view all the posts in a different page.
So far, I have moved this code snippet following code snippet from the index.php page:Code:< ?php if (have_posts()) : ?>
< ?php while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?>id=”post-< ?php the_ID(); ?>“>
< ?php the_title_attribute(); ?>
< ?php the_content('Read the rest of this entry »'); ?>
< ?php the_tags('Tags: ', ', ', '
Posted on < ?php the_time('F jS, Y') ?>
< ?php endwhile; ?>
< ?php else : ?>
There are no projects to view at the moment
< ?php endif; ?>
to the sidebar.php page.
Now what I want is to have the posts showing on a new page called ViewAll.php but don’t get to see anything.
What am I missing?
Thanking you in advice.# January 6, 2010 at 9:56 am
here is the url to the page:
Please note: this is under development.
Look at the page before reading further…
The idea is to list the last two posts at the bottom of the sidebar with a link to view the rest of the posts in the end – "View All". The link should direct the user to a new page showing all the posts. The page in question is the same template – linked to by "Clients" from the main menu. I have put all the code that normally goes the the index page in it. But I have not put the code there yet. I want to sort out the sidebar first.
Also, I don’t want the posts under the sidebar to change after View All is clicked. Click the link to see the mess I want to prevent.
I hope that I have articulated the problem enough.
Thanks in advance.
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