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Thank you, Ren. I'm reading the article all over again 🙂
Yes, I've read this post before (it's a bit tricky for me, maybe because english is not my mother tongue).
The thing is I tried it also without the blog template (using the default template), but didn't work either.
Thank you for being so patient, Ren 😉December 6, 2014 at 8:29 am in reply to: Hiding post meta and post info only for a special category #133809
This is it! That works perfectly, Ren, Thank you so much.
Yes, thank you @Ren, that's a similar code, and it worked, but I wanted to know why it didn't work the other way, from the configuration 🙂
And I wanted to understand what exactly the blog template is for.
I'm really ashamed to say that I haven't been able to sort this right. I've tried many things but they don't work completely. As I have lots of deadlines to accomplish, I'm not able anymore to dedicate more time to this question. I'm really sorry.
Anyway, when I'm free again, I will turn into this again, because it's important for me to understand how this works.
Thank you all for your input, and see you soon.
Hello dear EssaySnark,
I'm trying to fit all this new information you are giving me in my empty head! 😉
I'll spend this weekend on studying this and reading again the articles I found and the Codex itself. Hopefully, it all will make sense for me.
I really want to thank you your time and patience. I know one of the problems is that I have "holes" of knowledge that don't allow me to see the whole thing. I will keep you informed of my little disaster. 🙂
Thank you very much for your input. I didn't know about the "switch on" on PHP 🙂
Now it's cleaner. Anyway, all my single-trip.php ¡are custom fields, except for the title that comes from the loop. So, it cannot be so easy, I must call each of the custom fields and tell them where they go with the help of HTML and CSS. But, hey, that single-trip is no problem, it displays exactly as I wanted! Also, I had used the Simple Edits plugin, but then it hides the meta, author and so EVERYWHERE in the site, and I only want to hide them in the taxonomies page. Now with your remove_action line I'm figuring out how to do it if I can find what template to use.
The problem I have, as you see if you browse in my (too long) post, is with displaying the taxonomy page. I got two taxonomies: continents and countries. And I wany that when people go to, let's say, America, the page displays in "blog style" 10 of the trips (in America, of course): that is the title, the picture and a few characters from the text.
But, what I don't know is: which is the template that my taxonomy page is using right now?
As you can see, it displays the title and pic, BUT NOT the text. Now, THAT text is a custom field. How do I make it show?
Thank you so much to be so patient. I know I'm messing with something bigger than me, but it's the only way I know to grow! 😉
I really appreciate your quick answer! In fact, the tutorial you point is the place where I began this journey with custom post types. I used the WP-Types plugin. And I even survived how to hard code the single template (I know my way with HTML and CSS but not with PHP).
But now I'm stuck with displaying the taxonomies. I don't know what template I should use (or, in fact, code). I just wanted to thank you in advance. I will take a closer look to the plugin you point, see if it can display my taxonomies (I made them, and also I made the child theme, it's not on the list, but I'll try). I will keep you informed.
EDIT: I changed the background-color (that didn't display) to border, just to be able to see "where things are". Something is interfering with the code, and I have no idea how to fix it.
I would really appreciate your help. I know it may sound ridiculous but I've spent the whole week with this... and still got no idea. I've tried coding a table, different divs,... but always strange things happen. I'm exhausted. Please, if only you could point me where I can get help. Thank you.