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  • # June 4, 2008 at 7:36 am

    I have learned a lot from this site since I discovered it a couple weeks ago, and actually re-designed my band web page (in beta form right now at http://testingground.fropac.com/wordpress) by following along with your PSD to CSS screencasts and tweaking some things along the way. One thing that’s really stumped me though is, how did you get css-tricks to work so that the "ARTICLES" tab is in the "on" state when you get here? I used the following code in header.php to get the other tabs to work in the "on" state:

    Code:
    # June 4, 2008 at 7:47 am

    Actually, I hacked a solution using the All in One SEO Pack plugin. Works great now!

    # June 4, 2008 at 8:46 am

    works great but fails validation…

    # June 4, 2008 at 5:24 pm

    that makes sense. Thanks Chris, and keep up the awesome work!

    # June 4, 2008 at 8:43 pm

    Here’s an update for anybody that reads this who ran into the problem I did and wants to keep all their pages in WordPress. I managed to get it to validate and work properly at the slight expense of my SEO-friendly permalinks. If you leave your WordPress permalink structure on "default," the following code will help differentiate the pages for your tabs to work properly:

    Code:
    < ?php if(!isset($_GET['page_id'])) { ?>

    < ?php } else { ?>
    Code:
    < ?php if(!isset($_GET['page_id']) { echo '‘;
    } else {
    echo ‘‘;
    }
    ?>

    ends up giving me the "home" body tag right, but shows the other tags as (for example) bio<body id="">.

    I’d imagine you could expand on it and do something using if/else statements to use it with the SEO-optimized permalinks, but until I decide to not be lazy anymore and actually work on it, this is going to have to do.

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