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[Resolved] Category.php

  • Hi Guys

    I have built a site and included a ‘tips’ part. To see visit:
    http://www.weddingcompanycornwall.co.uk/?p=116

    The problem is when I click on a category it should access the category.php file or the index.php file. However, if in the categories menu you click on reception this access’ the category.php but if I click on planning category it breaks the theme and does not access the category.php.

    Any ideas please?

    Thanks

    Rich

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  • Any help out there please?

    Thanks

    Rich

    Sorry – I guess I don’t see it.. when you look at the permalinks for each of the possible links on the page – everything refers to a page_id – there aren’t any category links.

    I clicked on “planner” up top, and got the list of subpages in the middle of the site (where they appear to “supposed to be”) – the entire site, from what I can see, is built with pages – not with posts (which would necessitate the use of category.php if you wanted them each to look different)

    if you’re looking to create varying PAGE templates, that’s a different story, and they need to be created, and then selected when writing the page itself.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Pages#Page_Templates

    Hi Guys

    Thanks for looking but I couldn’t get the posts to work – so in the end opted for the easy way out and created pages to post the tips idea.

    Thanks once again.

    Rich

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