By Jennifer Conway+
I recently installed PostPins and it was working great until I accidentally deleted the section. When I added the section back onto the page (without changing a thing), the posts were separated by a significant gap. I tried removing my custom CSS, reinstalling the plugin, deactivating other plugins, refreshing the cache -- but nothing seems to work. Unfortunately, I was also unable to revert to the published site (although I had not published the the new layout).
The section is currently working on the published site (insatiablecuriosities.com). The mis-stacked section is shown in the attached image.
I want to know - how to load POSTS/ARTICLES from SUBDOMAIN of same main domain to homepage sidebar of main domain with the help of PostPins section adding in right side of sidebar .. but, there are no option to load posts from sub domains posted articles? or can we add custom links? to this PostPins section to display articles/posts from subdomain to show on main domain right side sidebar area?
Because; main domain have posts overused I want to display from sub domain post LINKS to sidebar with the PostPins section help.
I hope you got my question.. Thanks!
When PostPins is active on a page, I get PHP warnings:
Notice: Undefined property: PostPins::$icon in /www/wp-content/plugins/postpins/postpins.php on line 318 Notice: register_metatab is deprecated since version 1.2 of PageLines DMS! Use section_opts() instead. in /www/wp-content/themes/dms/dms/includes/deprecated.php on line 280
It looks like PostPins is still using section_optionator() and should be using section_opts()
Hi guys, need some help aligning PostPins left using CSS?
I want to change meta info in postpins blog Editor offers me to do it with shortcodes:
Use shortcodes to customize the meta information for these pins.
But I ma not able to set it by right way
for example if I want to chande meta to show tags what is the right syntax?
[the_tags] doesnt work