Support » Plugin: Article List Manager (arlima) » Automatic web-journal

  • I use Canvas theme 5.2.5, Framework 5.5.5 of WooThemes.
    From “arlima” I expect the opportunity to prepare a web-journal structure that automaticaly can update the news-post directly from the article categories.
    In other words I would like pass form this web news structure: “www.ecosurvey.it/news”
    to a web-journal structure like the follow:
    “http://www.dalademokraten.se”
    (without header, from the first horizontal blu band to below).

    But unfortunately at the moment the result is this:
    “http://www.ecosurvey.it/prova-magazine-2”

    Any suggestions?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/arlima/

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  • Hi, What exactly are you trying to do?

    I were one of them who developed the page you are referring to. We are not using the arlima widget to render the first wider part, but using arlimas renderlist inside a template for that part: Arlima_ListTemplateRenderer($list);

    Plugin Author victor_jonsson

    (@victor_jonsson)

    I think that something in your theme is calling the_content() on current post before the page gets rendered.

    What happens if you open the page in wp-admin and change the value of the select list named “Position” to “After content” (it’s in the same meta box where you choosed the list to render).

    I changed the value of the select list named “Position” from “After content” to “Before content”. You can see the page… all “arlima” images disappeared… 🙁

    point 1 – whit the “Position”, “After content” you can see the page as follow:
    http://www.ecosurvey.it/prova-magazine-2/

    point 2 – whit the “Position”, “Before content” you can see the page as follow:
    http://www.ecosurvey.it/prova-magazine-before/

    Into the webpage point 2, how I can remove the part of text&images below the last section (extra) of arilma plugin… as you can see there is a part of the Canvas News Theme page, with logo and web menu page, etc…

    many thanks.

    the final magazine page, in this case, could be simply what you can see into the draft page

    http://www.ecosurvey.it/prova-magazine-before/

    main area + extra area

    without menu, without border, without site-web links, simply images+text, focused only on the news (and the link of the single full article).

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