By Dan Haddock
Hi Pagelines team and wider community,
I am looking to develop a single post page for my blog. I have read over an old article on the subject, however the link provided on achieving this goal was giving me security warnings. Is there any way I can get round this?
Secondly, I have had a root around the .zip file provided on my sites backup, however was unable to locate any file in there with the name of Single.php. Does this file exist in the Pagelines theme?
By the way, this is the unsafe article: http://support.pagelines.me/docs/customization/create-a-custom-page-template/ (Click at your peril).
How can I remove the "next post" links below each post page?
Before we had a related post section, but I can't find it among any functions, widgets etc.
By Barnaby Skinner+
Really simple question: where would I add code to a specific page header? I can see in the settings I can add code to the global header, but can't see how to do it for a single specific page. It's related to facebook pixel tracking
Ahhh I screwed up. I was ALMOST DONE with my website, and tried adding a mailchimp js pop up form on the home page with this code mailchimp gave me for the pop up:
However, instead of adding a pop up it applied to the entire home page so now when I go to page to delet the code, I can;t... I get the stupid pop up and all i see is ablank page... please can someone out there help? Thank you! i have no idea where to manually find the code so I can delete it. I added a PL5 section "html" and dropped it in there...
I use Pagelines for some years now, but for the first time I have to split up posts into several pages.
Unfortunately, <!-- nextpage --> doesn't work.
Can please someone help me, making that work?
I don't have the time to change the theme and need the post split up because it would be way too long, espcially on mobile displays ...
Thanks in anticipation!!!