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422 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Ludger,

thank you for your wonderful comment. As I have written before, these
really make my day and more than pay off the work I put in on the
theme. I am delighted that you (and your audience) found it useful.

422 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Hello Marieva,

The design (which is common to most WordPress themes) is to not show
comments in the home page where (typically) a number of the latest
posts is shown. A viewer can click on any post (its title) to see the
full details of the post, including comments. This post page can also
be visited using the comments link, yes. The comments are not
collapsed. In the front/home page, the comments are not shown at all.
Clicking on comments takes you to the post page for that page, which
also includes the comments.

In your case, your home/front page is:

http://thedinnerdish.com/ />
and here you can see the left sidebar and the link for comments. If
you had more posts, some of those would be shown here as well.

Then, if you were to click on a particular post in this list, then you
visit that post page. Example:

http://thedinnerdish.com/?p=1 />
In this page the post is displayed along with comments. The sidebar is
collapsed to the side by default and can be viewed by clicking on the
Sidebar tab. You can change this default behaviour by going to your
blog Admin Dashboard and choosing Appearance -> Ahimsa Options.

423 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Hello,

I am afraid I have bad news... I just found this out recently myself:
if you upgrade using the WordPress built-in theme upgrade mechanism,
the upgrade deletes the existing theme directory completely, before it
installs the new one. And since I store the skins within the theme
directory, they are lost during the upgrade. I was not aware of this
unfortunately. And now I am thinking of options to (a) communicate it
to users so that others do not suffer this problem you just did, (b)
put in changes in the next version of Ahimsa to store the skins
elsewhere.

I am terribly sorry for the changes you lost. Your only option might
be any backup that might be done by your hosting provider. Do you
think that's a possibility?

423 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Audacity of Tanish: A ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Glenn,

my guess is that you are running on a system that uses PHP4, and the
function mentioned below (scandir()) is available only in PHP5. Are
you capable of checking and letting me know? If so, I can give you
custom changes that will work for you.

423 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Jon, multiple sidebar support is coming in the next version. Stay
tuned! Follow it here:
http://github.com/ahrencode/Ahimsa-for-WP/issues#... />
Thank you for your kind words.

423 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Fun with Ajax · 0 replies · +1 points

Christophe,

Is there such a thing? All AJAX bashing is good AJAX bashing! ;-)

424 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Hello Hein, look around line 169 of header.php. Let me know if you
need more details.

425 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Hein, a very good point. My first implementation did in fact leave the
sidebar tab fixed as the page/post scrolls. Unfortunately, without
using JavaScript to keep moving the tab as the page moves (an ugly
hack), I couldn't get it to work for IE. But I do agree with you that
itís a good feature to have. I created a bug for it on GitHub. I will
try to revisit the implementation for the next release.

http://github.com/ahrencode/Ahimsa-for-WP/issues#...

425 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Reply via email for Wo... · 0 replies · +1 points

Ray, that's true, they do say that. I guess I am just a bit paranoid
about my comments! The other problem I have with Disqus or
IntenseDebate is that the theme styling has to be adapted to handle
their inserted HTML elements.

425 weeks ago @ Ahren Code - Ahimsa for WordPress · 0 replies · +1 points

Ruben, have you added the Pages widget in your Dashboard -> Appearance
-> Widgets section?