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  • Tony,
    I’ve been trying to implement your archive style onto my site. Thank you for making the PHP available!
    Now, I have no clue what to do with the PHP. Do I put it into my-hacks.php and then build an archive page that calls that function? This is where I’m way over my head.
    Thanks for your help.
    EDIT #1
    Well, once I edited the my-archives.php file to load the correct file at the beginning (which was the wp-blog-header.php file) I got the first part of the page working. Then, I got a parse error on line 145. I checked the code, which had start_b2 in the line, and I guessed and simply changed it to start_wp instead. Now it looks like the page is working just fine, but it needs styling.
    Is there a simpler way to implement this?
    Craig.

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  • Craig,
    I created a separate archives page, and put all of the code (which is from typicalgeek.com…I think I originally found the link on codergirl’s site) in between the content div. The only real change I made was to style the dropdowns differently…Keep in mind, this is running on a .72 site (www.tcervo.com), so some tweaking may be necessary. I’m using 2 of the functions on my 1.1 site (www.cantboilwater.com), but it’s incorporated into my index.php file.
    Hope that helps,
    Tony

    Tony,
    Thank you for the help and the coding! Can’t Boil Water is a great site.
    Mark,
    You aren’t butting in…thanks for providing another option to the community.
    Craig.

    LL,
    Yeah, what Craig said 😉
    When I finally get around to upgrading the tcervo.com site to 1+, I’ll be checking out your rewritten archives with sortable categories…
    -Tony

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