Kondratowicz: RedNight2: settings – reading select static front page and make your static page
Pine: Znf: well. what code is there?
Studebaker: Znf: your code is wonky AF
Grimes: Hi LindsayM_: I mean in the code
Zagami: I’m guessing it’s missing a global $post
Pernice: RedNight2: you don’t do it “in the code’ you set it as a static front page in settings
Soderman: I’m trying to create a theme that displays a static front page and I’m not having any luck
Bellew: Znf: you need to find all your if statements and change = to == first
Polsgrove: So I tried to see how twentyfifteen works
Goans: A bit off topic but is there a good service wich can help me to setup html mails? I have to create some but. they are not working good on multiple clients. thx
Goans: Can you setup mails with their service without using it? 😀
Goans: It’s just for some confirmation mails etc Elenbaas to have track of
Zagami: On a unrelated subject, what could I do do improve this? http://i.imgur.com/5iMIack.png
Grotheer: Znf: maybe you should stick with the problem you’re already working on.
Zagami: LindsayM_, fixed that, so. next!
Yanek: So from everythink I’ve ready it must be using index.php for the since static page is set and there is no front-page.php or home.php
Thielman: DarkStar1: that link you sent me is pretty useless
Emke: RedNight2: look at the template heirarchy
Gregas: Are there any valid coupon codes for WooCommerce right now?
Salafia: RedNight2: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Post_Type_Templates
Gravlin: I’ve been reading https://developer.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/themes/basics/template-hierarchy/
Barritt: So it’s page.php if I understand correctly
Malhotra: RedNight2: it can be any number of ones depending on your setup The list of ones it could be is cascading based on how specific they are
Jolie: RedNight2: it can be front-page.php, page.php, index.php
Goldstock: LindsayM_: http://www.duaneberry.com/crystal-frame/ try now please and let me know.
Manocchia: Right, but twentyfifteen doesn’t have a front-page.php so it falls back to page.php
Lockmiller: Looks like I found it, while have_posts : the_post; . get_template_part ‘content’, ‘page’ ;
Wickham: RedNight2: yea like i said. it could be any one of those. which one depends on the template hierarchy
Mayville: RedNight2: thats not NECESSARILY it. btw
Lubinski: RedNight2: If you create a front-page.php you can stil use get_template_part ‘content’, ‘page’ ;
Ambres: RedNight2: template parts are just the inner content. not the whole template
Catching: The template is the template. the template part is the “inner” part of the template
Hakimi: DarkStar1: have you looked in your source code at all? You have a few errors and warnings
Dominiak: DarkStar1: also did you actually activate your plugin? LOL becaue none of the pluginf iles are loaded
Grumbling: LindsayM_: Yes the plugin is activated
Durian: DarkStar1: well it seems that the css files for the plugin arent loading this not formatting your markup
Mork: And I don’t see any errors in browser console at the moment. but gimme a sec to switch to my preferred browser
Kneeland: LindsayM_: All the errors I get in chromium are related to html5 player and the favicon
Guadeloupe: DarkStar1: ok. welll either way. somehow your plugn is not loading its css fiels
Postemski: Is there anyway to debug this?
Mullen: Because this is the second plugin I have tried
Kuiz: DarkStar1: you can see the column markup added but absolutely no styling. Are you sure this plugin does the styling for you?