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CSS Asides

  1. From what I can tell it's a shorter post than most. %)

  2. Agreed but I thought they were suppose to show up in the sidebar or something.

  3. http://photomatt.net/2004/05/19/asides/

    asides are mini posts, just links, or single line thoughts, not worthy of a full blown heading.

    some people put them in their sidebars. that requires doing special things to the loop. the sort of thing that k2 and fauna do for self hosted installs, but we aren't allowed to have here (those functions are stripped from the options panel), because having smaller, less important thoughts, is clearly illegal, and security risk.

    -another dirty terrorist.

  4. theshortfatkid
    Member

    I just purchased the CSS updagrade and I'm trying to implement asides using the code above. It doesn't seem to be working. Could it be the theme I'm using (cutline) can you tag posts with other categories and the aside tag and still have it work? I removed the "*" from the code should I have left it in? Any help would be great. Thanks!

  5. theshortfatkid
    Member

    Never mind. I see it only works with sandbox. Thanks!

  6. I used this for k2 and it worked, but I couldn't figure out how to style the links. Any suggestions?

    You can look at the page here: http://www.214studios.com/blog

    At the time of this post, I have only written one aside on 11/29/07

  7. Since you are self-hosted and using the software downloaded from wordpress.org, you need to direct your question to http://wordpress.org/support/ . WordPress.com uses a multi-user version of the software which is different and few, if any, here know anything about it.

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