Hi there, the Filter By option within the Masonic section isn't working when a custom post type and custom category is selected. If you swap to normal posts and categories then it works but sadly not with custom post types and custom categories.
All posts are shown but when you click on the categories all posts disappear even though posts do have these categories. When you click All all the posts come back. I've tried this on two different websites with the same result.
Many thanks in advance.
I use Advanced Post Types Order plug-in and am trying to control sort of items on Docker.
I am using Docker to display a custom post type and it works great except Docker seems to be refusing to allow Advanced Post Type plug-in settings for the post type to override it's own sort settings --- which are limited (Date Ascending / Date Descending / Random).
I am using 'Type' plug-in to create custom post types.
However, when I go into Flipper (and some other DMS plug-ins) I don't see the custom post types I create in the Post Types drop-down; only Pages, Posts and Testimonials.
I assume Flipper supports custom post types, right?
If so, what settings should I look at to make it so all my custom post types appear in Flipper's drop-down selector for post types.
I am experiencing problems with the docker.
So I've created a child theme and duplicated the docker section so I could customize the links used in the docker.
In order to have the docker show up in the add section part of the dms2 front-end I changed the name and class.
I changed the class PLdocker to PLdocker2. This allowed it to show up in the add section menu without overriding the old Docker which I also need.
However since I changed the class, the script which makes the docker stick to the top of the browser doesn't seem to be functional.
I assume when I changed the class name it threw something out of whack but I am unable to locate where I would change to code in order to accommodate the new class name.
I know you guys can't really offer proper support for customization but if someone could point me in the right direction that would be great.
Hopefully it's clear what the problem is, I'm not too hot on the php/scripting side of things.
I am working on developing a research center for my charity's website (www.opfistula.org). We will define a custom post type for the research papers we include. I was hoping to use the blog template to display these custom post types. But I am not sure how to get the custom post types to display or how to get the sidebar information in the blog template (popular, recent, comments, tags) to link to the custom post type I have created. It seems to be linking to the normal post types, which I am using for our blog page.
The Research Center: http://www.opfistula.org/fistula-research-center/
The blog: http://www.opfistula.org/blog/
Can you guys help?