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Autofocus post order and sub menu

  1. Hello,
    I was wondering if anyone could help me. I have two issues with my site I am trying to resolve.

    1) How do I order the pages on the homepage so the oldest post is first?

    2)I have created a link at the top so each speaker has a link on each page. I would like to have the title of "Speaker", then have all the names fanning out horizontally ideally.

    If anyone could help with these issues I'd be very thankful.

    Stuart :)

    The blog I need help with is mtt2012.wordpress.com.

  2. for your first problem
    you can quick edit the post you want to show at top
    In quick edit select the option of sticky notes
    now your post will be on top

  3. Thanks got the sub menu working :) But the sticky option didn't work. They stayed in order of newest post first and it also made all the posts in to a list so lost the cool tiled effect.

    Any other ideas?

  4. @stuartnelson,
    Hello there,
    This is the result of clicking your usename:

    stuartnelson.wordpress.com is no longer available.
    The authors have deleted this blog.

    Will you please provide an active link starting with http:// to the blog in question wearing the AutoFocus theme?

    relevant links:
    Autofocus theme description
    Autofocus live demo site
    sticky posts
    setting featured images

  5. Hi sorry about that. Its now public.

    Does anyone have any idea about how to make oldest posts first without making it sticky, as this stops the cool tiled effect. - http://mtt2012.wordpress.com/

    Also does anyone know how to manipulate pictures on the homepage? So i can dictate which part of the picture is shown and how bigger section of it.

    Im having table issues. My lines on the inside of the tabel are disapering is there a some CSS code i could use to fix this quickly - http://mtt2012.wordpress.com/2012/03/26/john-minch/

  6. You can make oldest posts first by editing the date of every post as you make it, so your blog appears to be going back in time.

  7. Unfortunately I need the date displayed over the pictures on the front page. Not to wory. I have one more questions if anybody can help.

    I want to hide a section on each of my posts. Its the bit thats says the "20th september..."

    http://autofocusdemo.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/just-another-beautiful-gallery/

    How would i go about this with CSS?

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