Support » Theme: MyKnowledgeBase » Hiding Category by ID for multiple page

  • Resolved tugrulerdem

    (@tugrulerdem)


    Hi

    I want to know if there is a way..

    example:
    I have 10 category and 3 pages. (homepage,secondpage,contactpage)

    >>>i want to do this

    On my “homepage” shows category 1, 7 while
    On my “secondpage” shows category 2, 4, 5, 9 while
    On my “contactpage” shows category 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8

    layout: knowledgebasesidebar, plugin: page links to.

    EDIT: Very Simple Knowledge Base plugin and solved. thank you

    • This topic was modified 3 weeks, 2 days ago by  tugrulerdem.
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  • second question:

    wordpress>customization>knowledgebase: order post: not by date or not by name.
    I want to sort by bringing up a number

    Category A
    – 1 zzzz
    – 2 aaaa
    – 3 hhhh

    Theme Author Guido

    (@guido07111975)

    Hi,

    I currently don’t know if it’s possible to add numbers before each post… have to look into this.

    Without using a plugin you cannot set up different category pages with different categories on each page. You can select categories via the Customzizer but they will be displayed on all category pages. But I guess you already know that and that’s why you’re using the plugin.

    I’ve also received your message via the Flickr website. Nice to read you like my theme. Do you want to know something about background colors on the homepage?

    Guido

    Thanks for your reply. Yes i learned after i wrote my message. Now i am using “Very Simple Knowledge Base plugin” and no problem, its great plugin.

    .sidebar-homepage {background-color: white; color: black;}

    i read “style(css) file and i understand now.

    Thank you again for a beautiful and understandable theme.

    Theme Author Guido

    (@guido07111975)

    Great to read you found it out yourself!

    If you still want numbers before each post (1, 2, 3, etc), please let me know.
    But for that you should make changes to the theme / plugin itself. And I don’t recommend users to do this, because when I update theme / plugin you will loose your changes again.

    Guido

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