Comic Easel
[resolved] Setting the Comic on a Separate Page (4 posts)

  1. MegamanEXE
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'm pulling my hair out because of this. I want to start a webcomic section in my blog (http://www.scientiaweb.com/) but I really have no idea how would I set up ComicEasel for that specific page. Your installation instructions are, I think, for people who want to run a dedicated webcomic website.

    Another problem is, I hate messing with PHP. I'm not a noob with computers, I'm learning C++ and stuff, but PHP and anything server-sided gives me the creeps.

    How would I implement Easel on my page http://www.scientiaweb.com/webcomics/ without messing up my blog. Yes, I have access to all the site files and cpanel and everything.

    I know somebody asked this before but I couldn't make head or tails of what you answered to that dude. I know HTML and CSS but like I hate, PHP gives me the creeps.

    I really hope you can help me out. This is important for me :(


  2. Frumph
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    just put this in your menubar as the link to the newest comic - you don't need to create a new page for it or anything the ?latest at the end of the url will bring it to the latest comic


  3. Frumph
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    weird, well it's supposed to work .. .but apparently that's the comicpress theme and not comic easel ..

    so it would be /?latestcomic

  4. MegamanEXE
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Never mind. I made a new subdomain and hosted Comicpress there. Working great! You can take a look at http://webcomics.scientiaweb.com

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