I have bought CVIT HTML to avoid WorldPress. It’s been a long journey and a steep learning curve for me to make to this point of my website. I think I have crossed a ‘no-return’ point when bought another year of CVIT HTML support last week.
Also I don’t plan to populate the blog with many posts, so I don’t really need it as in CVIT WP version.
I appreciate there are limits to your advise as customisation is not not a part of the code, however in this case perhaps you could give me a hand hel me better understand what needs to be done, to set-up the default blog I aim for. Like a road map, or something…
I know the policy, but I’m not sure why do you interpret it so conservatively. I’m not trying to change functionality or deign of your product, but I’m trying to understand how it works and adjust it to my needs.
Please note that this is a template, so by its nature it suppose to be a universal starting point for the many users of which each and everyone want to adjust it to individual preferences.
I’m not asking you about customisation, but where in the code I can choose which posts (by particular tags) in the section of the blog are going to be displayed as default, and how that code works.
I will look for the freelance to work on my page once the fundamental structure and visuals are in place and tested with my audience.
This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Marcin Switalski. Reason: typing error
This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Marcin Switalski. Reason: trying error
Thank you – I have checked it before and once again very recently, but nothing really stands out as solution. I think the variations of plugin available on web make things a bit more complicated.
My question related to the subject would be about quick navigation bar. It is opened by default but it can be closed. Interesting you have prepared the template the way that even if quick nav bar is closed all the posts items are loaded up and displayed.
Can this be somehow fixed? So when the Quick Nav Bar is closed post are hidden?
The filter menu is only for post-filtering by filter category, nothing else. There is no relation between the filter menu with the post-loading. It works when all posts were loaded it just filter the posts by filter category. If you hide the filter menu somehow even then the posts will load.