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  • I’m attempting to implement Matt’s Asides functionality on my site, but stripping out the
    <ul...>
    ‘s isn’t working. Here’s my site, and here’s my index template.
    Any help would be greatly apprecieated. For each Asides link it generates a new UL instead of grouping consecutive Asides into one UL.

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  • I can’t even get it to parse correctly! 🙁 This line <?php endforeach; else: ?> keeps throwing an error:
    Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_ENDFOREACH in /home//public_html/index.php on line 73
    Any help would be great! I really want to get the asides functioning and I have tried for 2 days now with no success.

    I have the asides working, thank you Tim and Hanni! I just cannot figure out how to make the comments work on it. Any help would be great!
    I also have some style issues, it won’t change to the class font that I have in the style sheet. Any help with that would be great as well!

    hanni

    (@hanni)

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    Southerngal – Hmm. Not sure what’s happened there Ill have a look when I get back from work.

    Thanks Hanni! Any help would be great! 🙂

    Check out :
    http://eltintero.net/weblog/index.phps
    Maybe it can help you.

    Thanks eltintero. Still trying to get the comments to work. You have basically the same code I do. 🙁
    Maybe it’s something I haven’t done with WP yet? The comment link shows up but there aren’t comments there.
    Phooey. This is such a cool part of this new blog of mine too!

    Found the answer. I just had to place this after the code:
    <?php include(ABSPATH . 'wp-comments.php'); ?>

    But before this
    <?php } else { // code below prints normal posts (without excluded links category) ?>

    So there are 2 instances of the comments in the template. 🙂 Yay!
    Now off to fool around with the colors.

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