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Links List ( a plea for proper category heading ta (5 posts)

  1. marky
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Agreed! I posted a thread about this earlier, but didn't hear of an official solution. I might make a plugin to customize the link output when I have the time--unless someone does it first. ;)

  2. junesix
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I'm not entirely familiar with how the id and classes should be set up for these lists but format the example you gave in the first post and I'll see if I can come up with some hacked code first (for early adopters) and then try my hand at a plugin. marky, you're more than welcome to continue working on a plugin as well. :)

  3. mono
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I have changed my template to use headings instead, so that's a yes vote from me.
    h2 seems more appropriate to me though, seeing as the menu items are subordinate to the weblog as such (which is denoted by the level 1 heading) rather than a particular day (which is denoted by a level 2 heading). It thus makes more sense to have menu items and days on the same level.
    Using h4 for menu items would imply an adidtional step further down the hiearchy.
    The W3C semantic data extractor is a great help in getting an overview of the structure of a page.
    Either way, you don't need a hack to change it. The first level menu items are hardcoded into the template, so it's just a matter of editing your templates.

  4. nolageek
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Howabout another field in the Add/Edit a Link Category page for "CSS class" that way we can change the class name to whatever? Then it could be called as: <h4 class"$CSSClass">Category Name</h4>
    Good eye, Zach. :)
    Vincent

  5. Anonymous
    Unregistered
    Posted 10 years ago #

    OK, I've just been using WordPress for the first time, working to port over my Blogger blog. So far, things are going OK, until I ran into this problem. I've tried changing some of the code, but it didn't do what I want.
    All I want to do at this point is make the "Links" heading boldface, and probably add a colon at the end so it's like some of the other headings. Could you please tell me where that's done? I assume it's in the links.php file, but I haven't been able to do what I want there. Thanks in advance!

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