I think this requirement is not applicable on CPTs and we can define posts per page param, may be, from theme options or meta panel.
I know it sounds silly, but I just thought that some people may find it hard to read, is they’re not used to seeing CSS laid out like that
Better to be safe than sorry I say,Thanks
If there are numerous properties in CSS selector its better to write all those vertically, for better readability. However, if there are a few, you can write it horizontally. (just try to make sure customer doesn’t have to scroll horizontally for each selector)
Personally, I say the correct approach is the archive-CPT.php.
Yeah, man i also think it should be the correct approach. But as you said …
Unfortunately, many buyers seem to have a much harder time with this approach, and are more comfortable using custom page templates.
Uptill now, i didn’t see any WordPress native approach which allows us to use this archive page in menu manager and as a home page.
Thnx for you point of view BTW
Hope you would be fine. My question is specific for WordPress authors here …
I’ve created a CPT named portfolio. Now i want to create a page which will act as an INDEX for this CPT. Now i’ve two choices ….
a) Make a custom template having custom WP_Query. In this way i can assign this template to any page and that page will work as an index.
b) Make archive-portfolio.php instead, which will act as an INDEX.
Now i’ve a few questions …
1: Which is the correct approach?
2: If (a) then what is the actual usage of archive-cpt.php page then?
3: If (b) is correct approach, is there any possibility to make this page available in wordpress menu manager by default and also in the drop down menu (located at Setting->Reading) to use it as front page?
MsTrends saidIs it really buggy? I know the up and down of it is caused by the adding a removing of items to the review queue. I think it’s also a weighted average depending on the reviewer assigned to you.
O people, don’t concentrate on progress bar. It is buggy, as discussed many times here before.
Hope it helpshttp://themeforest.net/forums/thread/dancing-review-bar/124551#1000007