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  • After doing a reinstall of my site, I noted that nothing actually happens upon hitting Save All Tabs to the Terms – you have to publish them for your changes to take effect.

    I misread:

    “Save Changes” will update the data you have entered in these fields.

    as meaning you could use it to only update changed options. However, that’s not the case. Perhaps it would be better to explain that you have to hit Save All Tabs on the Getting Started Tab (not Save Changes as is stated), and then MUST hit Publish Terms, which will overwrite any changes you’ve previously made?

    It is a shame previous changes are overwritten, but I appreciate how much of a headache it would be to write something that selectively replaces text in a user-editable post! I guess it would be possible to show each section of text on the Publish page and allow the user to edit them before publishing, thus saving the blocks of text. However, I think this would be a bit of a mess (as is often the case where a plugin has lots of text fields) and I rather like the simple, streamlined approach already taken!

    Does anyone have any ideas on this matter?

    Sure!

    http://manicmikes.co.uk/news works as I want it to – it has the date on posts. Click on one of the titles, and that’s fine, too – I want those to show the date.

    Any of the pages on the left menu e.g. http://manicmikes.co.uk/50s-rock-n-roll-dance-party are posts in Themes, and shouldn’t have the date.

    The theme is Totally Different from sacramentoblogthemes.net.

    The News page is actually blank, but set as the posts page under reading settings. I have used Advanced Category Excluder to exclude Themes from these posts (Themes is ticked under Home on the ACE categories page).

    The links on the left are custom code in my sidebar.php:

    <li>
    		<h2>Themes</h2>
    		<ul>
    		    <?php
    			global $post;
    			$args = array( 'numberposts' => 10, 'offset'=> 0, 'category' => 3,
    			'order' => 'ASC' );
    			$myposts = get_posts( $args );
    			foreach( $myposts as $post ) :	setup_postdata($post); ?>
    			<li><a href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?></a></li>
    			<?php endforeach; ?>
    		</ul>
    	      </li>

    Category 3 being Themes.

    Hi,

    Thanks for the correction! That certainly fixes the error! However, it doesn’t fix the issue. Themes continues to show the post date.

    Thanks for your quick reply.

    Well, the home page remains without a post date (as it should) and the post date shows in News. However, when I click on one of the posts in Themes, I get this:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /wp-content/themes/totally-different/single.php on line 15

    *EDIT* I’ve just noticed, whilst the news page works, clicking on one of the news posts gives the above error, also.

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