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.
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
How I can remove date and comment on all posts by postpins?