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  • I’d like to provide my readers:

    (a) a list of all of my blog entries sorted by month, -AND-
    (b) a list of all articles sorted by category.

    Is anyone aware of a PLUGIN to do this? I must not be alone in this need…

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  • Try Clean Archives:

    http://www.sporadicnonsense.com/

    Awesome thanks!

    I wonder, however… they suggest calling the “Clean Archives” with a PHP function anywhere… suggesting sidebar.php as an option.

    However, I’d like to create a new PAGE, and have it run there. When I create a new, in ADMIN, and put the PHP in there, it doesn’t run. Any idea how to do this?

    I’m new on PHP…

    Cheers,
    NORTH

    Hi,

    You need to place the tag in the archives.php, replacing the ones for archives already there.

    Then you create an empty page (just having a title or at most an introductory message) and assign it the template “archives”.

    All you need to do then is drop a link to the archives into the sidebar or wherever your nav is.

    Nice… I thought I understood you, until I got lost on this:

    [Then you create an empty page (just having a title or at most an introductory message) and assign it the template “archives”.]

    I created an empty page, but no obvious way how to assign it the template “archives”??

    [All you need to do then is drop a link to the archives into the sidebar or wherever your nav is.]

    If I created an empty page, and saved it, didn’t it create the link to this empty page… which I titled archives?

    HUH?! HAHA… I’m just all out confused. HAHA..

    When you create a page you can choose which template it uses, on the right side of the textarea, maybe you have to click the plus sign.

    Whether it creates a link depends on your theme. So possibly yes.

    Hmmmm… doesn’t seem to be there in my version 2.01.

    I have:

    Discussion
    Password-protect post
    Page parent
    Post slug
    Post author
    Page order

    …sorry, I wish it were there!

    If you have only 1 (one) Page template – the option to choose a template doesn’t show up. You need at least 2 Page templates to get that option in the admin panel.

    See how it is done in the Default theme: there is a page.php (=the default Page template that should be in every decent theme); and archives.php.
    Useful reading about creating Page templates:
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Pages#Page_Templates

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