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  • skippy



    If you are writing a Page, and want to manually link to a specific category, simply insert the appropriate HTML in the body of your page:
    <a href="/category/foo">foo</a>

    If you want links to your categories to be automatically created as part of your templates, look into the wp_list_cats() template tag.

    You have to be a bit more specific. Categories are listed in your sidebar (navigation) by using the template tag list_cats or the related wp_list_cats.
    What about Pages?

    Ok, I’ll try to explain a little bit better: <- I want to link to the category “Tutorials” under “Navigation”. Am I clear enough? 🙂

    If it’s possible, I would like to hide Tutorials from the archives to. any tips on doing that?

    Maybe I am wrong but my impression is under the Navigation you display your Pages (probably using the wp_list_pages tag + a manual link to homepage). And now you want to insert in this list a link to one of the categories. It would be the same way = manully, as you did with your homepage link.
    In the categories list you can choose to exclude one or more categories:

    thanks! that solved the problem. I wonder why I never thought of including the link the same way I’m including the home link.

    Anyway, thanks!




    Your list of links under “Navigation” is, I’m assuming, comprised solely of WordPress Pages, and is generated using the wp_list_pages() template tag.

    If you want to include a link to a category there, you have several choices:
    1) remove the wp_list_pages() template tag, and hard-code a list of navigation items to which you would like to link.
    2) create a new page, “Tutorials”, using a Page Template that presents posts from your Tutorials category as you want.

    I’ve got a new problem.
    I tried creating a new page, like Skippy told me. And I’ve used the get_posts tags to include the posts from the Tutorial category into the Tutorials page.

    This is the code I’ve used
    $posts = get_posts('numberposts=3');
    foreach($posts as $post) :
    <a href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>" id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?></a>
    <?php endforeach; ?>

    But when I try to run it, wordpress gives me an error saying: “Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /***/***/public_html/blog/wp-content/themes/ennbee2/tutorials.php on line 16”

    What am I doing wrong?

    got it all worked out now. Thanks for the help!

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