Masonic Gallery - load all posts

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Hi,

 

It would be great the Masonic Gallery could load all posts, and had a "load more posts" button like Post Pins. That way, the "limit" would be for how many posts load on the page.

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Thank  you Martin Davies; so this is something else to be added to functions.php? The post referenced a pagelines customize plugin however I don't see that in the store, is it no longer available of under a different name?

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hi jane - don't add anything or make any checking to functions.php - only do this in your child theme. 

 

If you don't have a child theme - it's really easy to do. 

 

Use this made by @danny https://github.com/Dannyholt/Skeleton

 

explanation of child themes here http://docs.pagelines.com/customize/base-child-theme

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Hi Martin Davies; I followed your advice and created a child theme. I input the php to get rid of Karma and to load all posts in masonic gallery. I activated it and things went wrong. The karma code didn't work and the masonic gallery code did work however not in a way that's practical. The widgetizer sections refused to show the widgets I wanted. So in all it was a mess.

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Activating a child theme will of course change your widgets AND menus. Thats how wordpress stores widget and menu data as a theme option, you changed the theme ;)

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Hi Simon_P, I understand that but in an attempt to restore my widgets and menus, it didn't work - it seems like it was "stuck" if that makes sense. Also the Karma section was still there so in all, it didn't make sense to keep the child theme

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Hi there, I can't see any reference to karma code in the post Martin referenced above. If you've still trying to hide this section could you please link to where you've seen the hide karma snippet so we can take a look, and a live link to where it appears on your site so we can look at the css.

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