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This is mainly a WordPress limitation. Here is the solution I emailed you for others to see:

Hi, open the header.php file. On line 48, you should see:

<?php wp_list_pages('title_li'); ?>

Change this to:

<?php wp_list_pages('title_li=&exclude=13,24,45'); ?>

Change the exclude numbers above to the IDs of the pages you don’t want to include (in the example, I’m excluding the pages with IDs of 13, 24 and 45). Separate these by commas. Alternatively, you can set the pages you only want to include, by changing exclude to include.

To find the page ID, see this post .

Thanks, Dan

Above comment was meant to be, change:

<?php wp_list_pages('title_li'); ?>

To:

<?php wp_list_pages('title_li=&exclude=13,24,45'); ?>

Is there any way to get more than one picture in the work or blog area? Please let me know when you get a chance. Thank you!

So, just to be clear, you can have the panels in the homepage slider linking to pages or categories ?

For some reason I got it to work, and now I went back to edit it and the homepage defaulted back to the blog look, and the template pulldown has disappeared?

muirpat Purchased

It doesn’t seem to be working properly in Firefox. The fonts don’t show up on the bottom half of the page.

If people are getting php errors with this plugin just change any occurance of ‘<? ’ to ‘<?php ’ as this seemed to fix all my problems.

Note to author – please update your plugin code to reflect this – Thanks.

Hi there, I am using this theme and trying to add a jQuery menu as shown in sexy jquery menu However, there seems to be a conflict with the features animate.js script. I solved the menu not working by puting the menu.js link in front of the animate.js in the header.php file, but this then stops the animate.js script from working. I have added the no-conflict code (shown below) to both scripts in a vain hope that it would help but it didnt…

   jQuery.noConflict();
   jQuery(document).ready(function($){

Here are both scripts so you can see the code…

 /* Menu.js */
 jQuery.noConflict();

 jQuery(document).ready(function($){

 $("ul.subnav").parent("li").addClass("has-menu"); //Only shows drop down trigger when js is enabled - Adds class has-menu to list item

 $("ul.topnav li.has-menu").hover(function() { //When trigger is hovered over...

     //Following events are applied to the subnav itself (moving subnav up and down)
     $(this).parent().find("ul.subnav").stop().slideDown('fast').show('slow', function(){
         $(this).height("auto");
     }); //Drop down the subnav on click

     $(this).parent().hover(function() {
     }, function(){
         $(this).parent().find("ul.subnav").stop().slideUp('slow'); //When the mouse hovers out of the subnav, move it back up
     });

     //Following events are applied to the trigger (Hover events for the trigger)
     }).hover(function() {
         $(this).addClass("subhover"); //On hover over, add class "subhover" 
     }, function(){ //On Hover Out
         $(this).removeClass("subhover"); //On hover out, remove class "subhover" 
     });

  });

  /* Animate.js */
  jQuery.noConflict();

  jQuery(document).ready(function($){
    $(".feature-1 a").click(function() {
        $("#slider").animate({
                marginTop: "0px" 
        }, 900);
        $(".feature-1").addClass("selected");
        $(".feature-2").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-3").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-4").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-5").removeClass("selected");
    });

    $(".feature-2 a").click(function() {
        $("#slider").animate({
                marginTop: "-226px" 
        }, 900);
        $(".feature-1").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-2").addClass("selected");
        $(".feature-3").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-4").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-5").removeClass("selected");
    });

    $(".feature-3 a").click(function() {
        $("#slider").animate({
                marginTop: "-452px" 
        }, 900);
        $(".feature-1").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-2").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-3").addClass("selected");
        $(".feature-4").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-5").removeClass("selected");
    });

    $(".feature-4 a").click(function() {
        $("#slider").animate({
                marginTop: "-678px" 
        }, 900);
        $(".feature-1").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-2").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-3").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-4").addClass("selected");
        $(".feature-5").removeClass("selected");
    });

    $(".feature-5 a").click(function() {
        $("#slider").animate({
                marginTop: "-904px" 
        }, 900);
        $(".feature-1").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-2").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-3").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-4").removeClass("selected");
        $(".feature-5").addClass("selected");
    });

    $("#thumbs a").fancybox({
        'zoomSpeedIn': 0,
        'zoomSpeedOut': 0,
        'overlayShow': false
    }); 

  });

Not sure what to do next so would appreciate any help!

I’m not too good with jQuery (in fact, creating that slider was pretty much the limit of what I can do), but try using this code in animate.js instead:

http://pastie.org/507346

ideefixe Purchased

Problem: Nothing shows When I go to setup the Portfolio Category in the Creative.Industry settings. (Yes, I created a category like I was suppose to, and have everything else set up properly)

I understand that this site was built on WP 2 .6 and I have it installed on WP 2 .8, so that may be where the problem is. But if you could please check it out and let me know how to tweak it asap i’d really appreciate it because this site is for someone else. Thanks.

This is due to a bug in WordPress 2.8, which stops categories from appearing in the drop-downs. This bug has affected loads of similar themes aswell – it’s not a bug with the theme.

This bug has already been fixed in the 2.8.1 nightly builds.

You can trick your WordPress install to automatically upgrade to the WordPress 2.8.1 beta:
Go into wp-includes/version.php and change $wp_version from 2.8 to 2.8.1-beta and then visit Tools->Upgrade.

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ideefixe Purchased

It worked Perfectly. Thanks

Hi Dan, thanks for your help with the jQuery, I finally solved it using the noconflict code but specifying jquery instead of $

ie jQuery=jQuery.noConflict(); jQuery(”#feature-menu>ul>li.feature-1 a”).click(function() { ... etc

Also used that in my menu script. Works a treat!

My next question is, can the banner animation be made to scroll automatically as well as via clicking the link buttons? I would expect it to scroll, pause, scroll.

Any ideas? Regards

danharper

I honestly have no idea, sorry. I’m not very skilled with jQuery.

Gyroscopic

In that case can you tell me where you got the animation script from. Thanks.

danharper

The slider was actually very simple, just animating the top margin on an element, then adding/removing class names. I made it myself.

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