Daslicht if your data is.

Zella: So the theme I bought has a section called ‘cl***es’ and the chosen image is displayed on the homepage. I wanted to add some text on a hover but no idea how. Just do describe the cl***.

Navorro: Img:hover .yourdiv { display : block; }

Fones: That would be the general idea

Weiskopf: Coz you would need to hone in on the image selector ie, div or img.feature:hover

Huski: Anyone got expericne in creating custom post types and save its content in a custom table ?

Castaldo: I ask in scope of research and not regarding a real life project :

Coughlan: I am aware that there are frameworks like pods , but I like to know how this works programatically

Jeng: Daslicht: you DO NOT save custom posts in a custom table. They are saved like any othe rpost

Stremlow: Nope , you can save custom posts in a custom table

Curfman: Hello, is this the right place to ask for help for my website?

Leigland: Imagine you craete a database of thousands of products

Burnsed: And besides those 1000’s of products you have another thousands of post , comments etc

Jeng: Ok. You’re wrong, but OK.

Agramonte: The wordpress docs state that you can save custom posts in a custom table

Stenerson: Daslicht you could hook into save_post and get the fields and save it

Sandhoff: Yeah but how to hack teh admin view to show the custom posts ?

Steeneck: I need help: the new theme I installed somehow hid the checkboxes that were in some tables

Mctush: And i dont know where to start to fix this

Witman: I need to edit a theme file directly, to remove the font awesome icons being used. Is there anyway to find exactly what file they are in? I can change them in inspector by right-clicking the icon and changing the name but I’ve no idea where the file is itself, or which file it is.

Politi: Daslicht you can create a admin page

Vongal: I have a form on the site that you can fill out there is a field with multiple options in there, but the checkboxes are not displayed

Manchester: Yeah i have that , but I am stuck at populating it with my own custom content not saved in the wp table

Melquist: Daslicht https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Creating_Options_Pages , well just query the db with a custom query and display like a regular php app

Vandewalle: Jeng : http://gymn2016.apps-1and1.net/participatetest/signup this is my site, under the “Your Performance” section there should be checkboxes next to the options, but there are none

Gargiulo: Jeng: http://pastebin.com/2fqECFEB

Yetzer: VectorX: any suggested example please? I have successfully created a custom post type and its admin menu, I can even sort colums , but I dont know how to query ,

Jeng: Daslicht: I’m out of this coverstaion

Sung: Anyone tried using redbean with wordpress?

Jeng: Rontill: the checkboxes are there but the CSS is wrong. Your theme has borked them, I think.

Odonell: Jeng: any idea how to fix this?

Shaffstall: This stupid theme has no free support

Varnes: Daslicht wordpress has very good database support why would you use redbean with it ?, its like trying to fit a car into a car and drive it

Tuccillo: This is driving me mad. All I want to do is change the stupid font awesome icons supplied in the theme

Pezzuti: Readbean would make things a lot faster to develope

Speller: But I have no idea how to find out where the HTML is via FTP

Jeng: CMFDesign: look in your style.css file, to start with

Jeng: Then functions.php, to see how the font is enqeuued

Gawlas: Jeng: Its the HTML itself I want to edit

Petrosky: Daslicht if your data is stored in a seperate table, then you need to create https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Creating_Options_Pages and use something like https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Cl***_Reference/WP_Query