I recently purchased and installed Pixel Power on an existing blog and cannot find an option in the theme to create a floating navigation bar like that shown in the demo at: http://curtziegler.com/sitedemo/pixelpower/wordpress/
Also… cannot figure out how to create the boxes with excerpts like those on the demo’s loading page that show a “Read more…” type of option.
Reading over instructions found at:http://codex.wordpress.org/Customizing_the_Read_More#Having_a_custom_text_for_each_post
they clearly state the following:
“Although the_content() is usually called from the template with a standard text as described above, it is possible to have an individual text for certain posts. In the visual editor, simply write <!
- more Your custom text ->.”
Do I need to add this code into EACH and EVERY post of a well established blog?
I had this option supplied in the theme this blog was formerly using so am not aware of this necessity. ANY help on these issues will be greatly appreciated.
Disappointed pixelpower customer
Found the option to make the top navigation bar float when page is scrolled… “Fixed Header” has to be selected which states “Make the header fixed at the top of the page”. Silly me. I thought a fixed header is what the pixelpower theme came with by default.
One down… one to go…
Still need help understanding how to create the excerpts with “Read More…” on the loading page.
Thank you for ANY help on this matter!
you know you arent supposed to post this here.you are supposed to post in the comment section of the theme you bought. http://themeforest.net/item/pixelpower-responsive-html5css3-wordpress-theme/discussion/705136