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You can create a different template for only the news section -- and that template would be the only one that contained archives, but the archive list (by months) would include every article/page on your site not just the news section.
So, no -- this is not possible.
A possible kludgy workaround would be to manually set your non-news article ...
DougJoseph:I know I'll probably never know your product as well as its creator, but eventually I hope to start remembering that plain old CSS, when combined with certain vars in the VineType templates, can be used to hide stuff and show stuff. I'll be implementing this soon. Thanks!
Thanks for bringing this up. I'm glad I ...
Yes, I have the church site set up to change theme "on its own" as pre-programmed. (Since it is not a VineType powered site, I used the VB functions now() and datepart() to drive the automated switches.)
Of course, giving credit where due, it was VineType's use of the CSS/template method from which I learned what I used to automate ...
I viewed the "rendered" source fed to the browser, and (when comparing the markdown lists versus the html lists) the one difference is the <p> tag. My markdown lists are getting rendered with a <p> tag. My html lists are not. Here is the pertinent portion of the rendered ...
carlcamera:what if you set the wrapper to 90% and the google ad div to 500px? Sure the ad won't stretch, but the articles would. and the ad width would sort of act like a min-width I would think.
Thanks for all your help! I'm very pleased with my present set up. Big leaderboard ad across the top, and the 500px search results ...
what if you set the wrapper to 90% and the google ad div to 500px? Sure the ad won't stretch, but the articles would. and the ad width would sort of act like a min-width I would think.
I'm digging into CSS.
Why? I'm considering the possibility of moving the left nav to the top -- making it horizontal instead of vertical. (This would be like how you have it on the VineType site, or something similar.) The reason I'm thinking about it is that I find myself wishing the page was wider. ...
only one element on a page can have a specific id attribute
div#blah targets the div element with the id="blah" attribute
#blah targets the one element with the id="blah" attribute
any number of elements on a page can specify the same class attribute
div.flibberty targets the div element(s) that contain the ...
I'm a newbie at CSS. Quick Q:
What's the difference between placing :
... and placing :
Can the latter affect divs plus other stuff, while the former only affects divs? Or can the latter not affect divs but can affect something else? (And if so, what?)
Sorry I know so little on ...
The "magic" starts with this in my Vine Type template:
< body class="$_nav_section" >
When Vine Type generates the XHTML for each page, the navigation section name appears as a class name for the body element. For the home page, Vine Type renders < body class="Home" >