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  1. Hey Pagelines, This is just a small idea I'm putting up for some thought. I am developing client sites with Pagelines Framework with the intent that they manage and develop it all themselves. In Pagelines > Site Options > Advanced, you can choose the user role that can access Post/Page Meta Settings and the Custom Post Types (Features, Boxes, etc.). Now, the problem is that my clients (set to "Editor" user role) don't need access to the Post/Page Meta Settings, they only need to access the CPTs. However, I have to grant them access to the Post/Page Meta Settings in order for them to be able to use the CPTs properly (Post/Page Meta Settings disappear for the CPTs if not granted access to the Post/Page Meta Settings). As we know, the CPT functionality is essentially null without the Post/Page Meta Settings. My suggestion: let the CPT User Role include access to the CPT's Meta Settings as well and leave the Post/Page Meta Settings to decide access to ONLY the Pagelines Settings for Post/Pages. Cheers, Dave
  2. Someone knows the "Easy Content Types Plugin" ? Easy Content Types provides an extremely easy to use and intuitive interface for creating custom post types, taxonomies, and meta boxes. Are there some experiences with PageLines? Also i found this "Visual Composer for WordPress" - that says it'll that seems to be a little buggy and removes functions from wordpress. Has somebody ever tried on of these premium plugins?
  3. I need to add a custom post type to all post queries (blog, tags, category, search, etc). In wordpress it is achieved by: add_filter('pre_get_posts', 'query_post_type'); function query_post_type($query) { if(is_category() || is_tag()) { $post_type = get_query_var('post_type'); if($post_type) $post_type = $post_type; else $post_type = array('post','gor_map_items'); $query->set('post_type',$post_type); return $query; } } For some reason pagelines ignores this change (which is currently working in existing theme), so I implemented a new section like the example above but the pagination does not work. How can I get pagelines not to ignore the above code or use a pagelines hook to fix the problem? Help needed. Thank you, Simon
  4. I've been trying to work this out for two days and am just baffled. I would like my custom post type archives to display using the same style as categories. Here's what a category listing looks like on my site. This display is also working for all http://www.village-art-antiques.com/mapregions/europe/ However the listing for the archive of all posts that belong to the custom post type "antique maps" - looks like this: I'd really like it to use the same style as the category and custom taxonomires. In particular, although I'm pulling featured images which are large, they are getting resized. http://www.village-art-antiques.com/antiquemap/ I'm using the Views plugin, and this is what the view code looks like. Featured images should be displaying larger. I can't figure out how to get that. Is there a way to tell this to use same style as the other page. [wpv-layout-start] [wpv-posts-found] <!-- wpv-loop-start --> <table width="100%"> <wpv-loop wrap="2" pad="true"> [wpv-item index=1] <tr><td>[wpv-post-featured-image]<br>[wpv-post-link]<br>[wpv-post-excerpt]</td> [wpv-item index=other] <td>[wpv-post-featured-image]<br>[wpv-post-link]<br>[wpv-post-excerpt]</td> [wpv-item index=2] <td>[wpv-post-featured-image]<br>[wpv-post-link]<br>[wpv-post-excerpt]</td></tr> [wpv-item index=pad] <td></td> [wpv-item index=pad-last] <td></td></tr> </wpv-loop> </table> ---------- And this is what Firebug is showing me on the pages where the images are sized correctly: <div class="full_img fix"> <a class="post-thumb img fix" style="width: 100%" title="Link To The Port of Calais" rel="bookmark" href="http://www.village-art-antiques.com/antiquemap/the-port-of-calais/"> <span class="c_img"> <img class="attachment-large wp-post-image" width="450" height="373" alt="FULL" src="http://www.village-art-antiques.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/bhcalaisfull.jpg"> I think I need to use one of those classes somehow, but I can't figure out where and how. I tried it like this - but that didn't work: <tr><td><div class="full_img fix">[wpv-post-featured-image]<br>[wpv-post-link]<br>[wpv-post-excerpt]</class></td> I realize this is a mix match of Views and Pagelines queries, but would be very grateful for your help!
  5. I have a custom post type. I have customized its archive layout and single post layout in Drag and Drop. Plus in single post layout I have added boxes in the content area. However in drag and drop I do not find the Page Setup Layout option, so I click Page Options and Blog Page and I set the layout ( Individual Page Content Layout ) to the second option which is content and one sidebar --- Now, I create custom posts dynamically based on users input. and I figured out that I can enable boxes ( make them visible ) dynamically based on users input. ---- Everything is working just the way I want ..EXCEPT .... I am not able to set the Individual Page Content Layout for the dynamically created post. All my dynamically created posts show up as basic full page without side bars. --- Am I missing something. Should I be also setting a custom field value ? --
  6. I have a custom post type + custom taxonomy etc. This documentation says that if I need to display custom taxonomy I need to have archive.php http://codex.wordpre...plate_Hierarchy When I look into my folder structure generate by pagelines, I am unable to locate archive.php file. What confuses me though is in the Pageline Dashboard, in Page-Options I do see Archive Page and am able to edit and save it. Do I need to manually copy some template and rename it to archive.php for this to work ? Please advice. Archive_Page.tiff
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