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  • Resolved Jayjerome


    A Question about the theme Nerima Daikon 3c (

    I installed the theme, and like it, but on the frontpage, below the header, are three “links” – link 1, link2, and link3 – But when I click on them, nothing happens.

    I don’t know what they’re for or how to use them. I’m guessing they’re not like the ‘blogroll’ links I can add from my Dashboard/Manage Links.

    Examining the theme files, I found what appears to be the link code in the header.php file:

    <div class="static-navi">
    <li><a href="">link 1</a></li>
    <li><a href="">link 2</a></li>
    <li><a href="">link 3</a></li>

    So, what do they do? I did a quick google on ‘static-navi’ and didn’t turn up anything.

    In the dark and hoping for illumination—

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  • static-navi is probably short for static navigation. you can make those links (or however many links you want) be a static set of links.

    in short: you’re thinking too hard about it. they’re just links provided and styled if you want links there 😛

    Hummm — above I posted the code for the links, and they became actual links!!

    Here’s the code, this time in ‘text’ (using [ ] instad of backticks.

    [div class=”static-navi”]
    [li][a href=””]link 1[/a][/li]
    [li][a href=””]link 2[/a][/li]
    [li][a href=””]link 3[/a][/li]

    Still didn’t work, but I got the idea. They are just three links that you can hardcode to go to wherever.

    try to learn how to post code here 🙂
    Put it in between backticks `
    and NO blank lines in the code!!!

    sorry, moshu… next time I’ll use the backticks…

    thanks for the help — got my ‘static’ links up and running.

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