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Post Titles Disappeared

  1. When I view a post, the title is there. When I look at the blog itself, most of the titles are not visible. The post are without titles. This seemed to happen when I put up a sticky note....but I'm not sure. Please help. Thanks.

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

  2. It appears that posts you categorise as asides will not display a title. Re-categorise these posts and they should appear like the posts further down your home page with titles intact.

  3. What do you mean by "asides". I'm not sure how to re-categorize them so titles will show. Thanks.

  4. Everything that has the category "Aside" has to have that category deleted. You can do that on the category management page of your dashboard. They will appear with your default category, unless you just convert the Aside category into another category.

    This is probably some unannounced "Feature" of WordPress. We had a similar problem when they added the Links page, because some people already had pages called Links, that did very different things. POOF! All of a sudden they got converted.

  5. May I ask politely what the Aside category is for, I thought it made a post look different in some way, but as noted above all it seems to have done is make the title disappear. Is that it? I have tried to find out but I am not getting very far. I reblogged a post of a friend of mine and I thought that would be good to have as an aside, sort of little and to one side of my main posts... that's not it is it?

  6. Apparently not. We don't know anything about it because Staff haven't said anything. Play with it and see what it does; it's probably different on different themes.

  7. I have played but I can't see what it does. Oh well never mind.

    This is what Staff said when they released 2010 which is the theme I am using

    "The 2010 theme for WordPress is stylish, customizable, simple, and readable — make it yours with a custom menu, header image, and background. Twenty Ten supports six widgetized areas (two in the sidebar, four in the footer) and featured images (thumbnails for gallery posts and custom header images for posts and pages). It includes stylesheets for print and the admin Visual Editor, special styles for posts in the “Asides” and “Gallery” categories, and has an optional one-column page template that removes the sidebar.

    I love WordPress and I know it is free, but I wish there was a little more documentation sometimes :(

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