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  • Hi,

    Promessing theme 🙂

    However… I found that when a static page is selected to be frontpage, the result is that both the page title and the blog description is generated as H1.

    This is ofcource not W3C/Accessibility compliant.

    After some rough testing I can conclude that if line 373 in /library/extensions/header-extensions.php is changed from
    if (is_home() || is_front_page()) {
    to
    `if (is_home()) {‘
    since is_front_page returns TRUE if there is a page displayed as front page and is_home does not…

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  • I’m trying to figure out how to do this… sort of…

    I’m trying to make a static page the home page. I want to use Thematic as my “resume site” for a lack of a better word. I’m a content writer, and I like that Thematic is so plain looking.

    I haven’t been able to figure out how to make a static page the home page yet, but it’s promising to hear that it can be done. I’ll take another look.

    Example of what I mean… I change the “About” page into my “Resume” page. I want my resume to be the home page when you go to http://www.my-name.com. I like how the tab looks.

    Hopefully I’ll get this going… without having to dig into the php. Yikes. That won’t go very well.

    hidden, there should be no need to hack theme files. go to settings > reading and set your front page behaviour there…

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