Thanks to everyone who attended my session on WordPress and Version Control!
So I just got back home from the first day of Chicago’s WordCamp 2011 held at the lovely Depaul University in downtown Chicago. Man, what a great experience - I just love the inspiration and the idea sharing that goes on at these conferences.
I just had a client request that for his home page posts that were being displayed, have them link instead to a permanent page. The type of content that they were linking to was longer term and the posts that were being displayed were created just as excerpts.
I just stumbled across this on Mark Jaquith’s blog.
Internet Explorer 9
In building the Centegra physician directory back in WordPress 3.0, there was no real way to use WordPress to display out a listing or archive of your custom posts. The temporary workaround solution was a little plugin I found called ‘Simple Custom Post Type Archives’. It worked well and all I had to do was create a file in the theme’s directory in the format type-custompostslug.php.
So I recently ran across a situation on Centegra’s website where I had set up our header image to show an image based on the section or area it’s in. This was working fine utilizing a custom
get_ID_by_slug('slug-of-post') function I built to get the post ID.