I'm trying to add a Careers page to a site to display job openings. The plan is to create a Post using a subcategory 'Careers' and then display those on the page. All of the post sections in PL seem to include images and there's no obvious way to remove them or include an excerpt from the post.
I know this is not an easy problem. Maybe there is a easy solution.
I have tryed to uses the existing solution, that I have found in the forum
I changed the colours of my nav (simple nav) and the hover effect (a. hover).
I really tryed to highlight the active/used link in the nav but I cant figure it out.
I want it to be black when active.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
http://www.marcborries.de nav link: "Sinn & Selbst"
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+
I've been trying to justify the base font in PL5 with the Framework theme, but in doing so it's thrown a curve ball; it seems the font styling used by many of the PL5 Element sections (masthead etc) is overriding the global CSS.
I set the base font style to justified in the Typography backend panel, and it seems to only apply to the base font used in standard Text sections, not to the base font used in text boxes within Element sections, could be others too, but not checked.
Can we override this? It seems odd to have to (somehow) apply justification many times to different containers using the same base font, right?
Also - I tried to add the CSS font-variant: small-caps; to the H3/4/5/6 CSS field in Typography panel, and again nothing happens, this time not even in Text sections!
Confused I am! Please help...
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!!!