Shortly after the release of WordPress 3 I offered a solution to broken page navigation conceivably caused by upgrading from version 2.
Recently, in an attempt to fix a long-standing and seemingly unrelated issue, page navigation reared its head once more.
I hadn’t noticed it, but it was recently pointed out that this site’s page navigation wasn’t working.
I’d upgraded to WordPress 3 a few weeks back and it quickly became clear that this was part if not all of the reason why, as page navigation worked perfectly after downgrading this site to WordPress 2.9.2.
I’ve been a customer of GoDaddy since 2006. I know (now) their reputation isn’t the best, but I signed-up with them when I knew no better and to be honest I’ve never really had a problem with their service.
However, last week I started getting 500 Internal Server Error messages whenever I tried to access this blog or login to the WordPress Dashboard. This was a little surprising as I hadn’t made any recent changes.
A recent blog comment asked why the inFocus theme doesn’t display blog post images on single blog post pages. I too had noticed this and assuming this was how the developer intended it to be thought no more of it.
However, looking at the code it seemed simple enough to add this ability. You can see the quick-and-dirty fix here or read on for what is perhaps a cleaner solution.
Anyone who’s tried this has no doubt noticed that on switching the inFocus theme colour the social media icons in the sidebar may not match the new chosen theme colour. No big deal really. But if you want the icons to match whichever inFocus theme colour you choose, try this solution.
Although the inFocus theme I
use now used previously comes with its own popular posts and related posts widgets I much prefer the functionality of the aforementioned plugins.
Unfortunately, when displayed the layout and styling for both these plugins doesn’t really fit with the overall inFocus theme.