I created an author archive, but the only link that shows up is the one for admin. None of my other users have a link to call their archives. Do they need to be assigned higher level for this feature. Someone please help…this is kind of time sensitive.
Thanks a bunch,
What exactly do you mean by “author archive”?
By using the
<?php wp_list_authors(); ?>tag with the proper parameters you get a list of all authors’ name as a link that points to their “archives”, i.e. a list of their posts.
There are other useful tags here:
That’s what I am saying…what would be a reason for the only link being the admins link. None of the other authors show up with a link. Thanks for responding moshu, I’ll check out that threat.
It’s working now, but I’m using the tag you listed in combination with <?php the_author_posts_link(‘nickname’); ?>
It’s working, but do you think it’s valid?
For every template tag page in the Codex there is a section called “Parameters” which says exactly what parameters you can use.
Why do you need both template tags in your sidebar?
This is what I am using now…
<?php wp_list_authors(‘optioncount=0&show_fullname=0&exclude_admin=0’);Â ?>
although I would like to customize the order, it will work for now.
But now my footer notes have shifted to the right, and I have no idea how that happened. http://trashcast.com if you wanna check it out. All of the content so far is test.
Thanks for your help.
It shouldn’t be related to the authors… probably a closing div tag missing.
Try to clean up your code http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http://trashcast.com/ and we will see from there.
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