- October 4, 2012 at 10:37 pm #2413
I have my reviews under their appropriate “review category,” and when I go to my category sidebar and click one to take me to /genre/cat1 or /genre/cat2, the review listing looks the same as if I clicked the category I assigned to “Blog.” It even says “posted by whomever, whenever Under” but no category actually shows up. If I click the blog link, the view looks the same, but an actual category is displayed for “Under.”
How can I display a certain category of reviews in the same way that /reviews/ or the front page appear?October 8, 2012 at 11:29 pm #2439
cp archive-reviews.php taxonomy-genre.php. Oh my God!November 5, 2012 at 12:55 am #2552
Yeah, I’d like to have an answer to this as well. I’d like to have the genre archives to have the same format as the review archives, not the blog archives. In other words, the genre archive listing should call the archives-reviews.php (or something with the same coding) not the archives.php, if I understand it correctly. How do I do that?November 6, 2012 at 8:32 am #2564
Man, it would be reallly nice to get answers to these questions. Judging by the other requests here for assistance, support is slow in responding. Anyhow, I did some workaround. I copied the archives-reviews.php over to archives.php and figured out how to do a conditional so the footer codes that display for reviews don’t display in the blog. I’m not a coder, and it;s not the cleanest of solutions, but it works for now. Still hping for a response.November 6, 2012 at 1:36 pm #2570
This is what I did: cp archive-reviews.php taxonomy-genre.php. Works great.November 6, 2012 at 9:03 pm #2593
Thanks for your response. What do you mean by that, if I may ask? Do you mean you copied archive-reviews.php into a new file taxonomy-genre.php? ‘Cause I don’t see it anywhere in the theme files. Or is that a code you insereted somewhere? I’m not that familiar with php or coding, so would appreciate if you could elaborate a little bit. Thanks.
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