Jubilee Pantone Queen, via Telmo.
Jubilee Pantone Queen, via Telmo.
How to show integral posts (the whole post without the “continue reading” link) in a TwentyTen WordPress template with a child theme.
Copy the original TwentyTen “loop.php” file to your child theme folder.
Open in the WordPress Dashboard: Appearance > Editor > loop.php
<?php if ( is_archive() || is_search() ) : // Display excerpts for archives and search. ?> <div class="entry-summary"> <?php the_excerpt(); ?> </div><!-- .entry-summary -->
Replace “the_excerpt” for “the_content”. Update file.
It should look like this:
<?php if ( is_archive() || is_search() ) : // Display excerpts for archives and search. ?> <div class="entry-summary"> <?php the_content(); ?> </div><!-- .entry-summary -->
I’m writing this here for future reference and for anyone that is as lost as I was in the forums. Holly fishsticks, it took me a while.
PS – This blog is currently on the TwentyEleven theme but PhotoDudette.com is on the TwentyTen.
A while back I posted a big rant in portuguese about a terrible experience I had in an online shop for contact lenses.
I ordered my regular lenses prescription, they fucked up, I wrote several e-mails to them and they where less than comunicative. After several months they found my package in their warehouse and decided to pay me back by paypal like I sold them something, making me loose money to paypal fees. I didn’t even pay my order though paypal. They just took my e-mail and sent the money without telling me. A horrible, horrible experience. My advice is DO NOT BUY from Optica Iberica!
Meanwhile, yesterday I ordered another set of lenses from lenstore.co.uk and they gave me the following shipping date:
Expected shipping date: Today
Expected delivery date(s): Monday, 23rd April 2012 to Tuesday, 24th April 2012
Today I received this e-mail:
Dear Ms Francisco,
Thank you for your recent order.
I am sorry to report that there has been a slight delay in us receiving your prescription from xxxxx, and we are expecting your lenses to arrive here by Friday 20th April.
Please accept this 10% discount code to use with your next order: XXXXXX (valid to 18/04/2013)
If you are in a rush to get your lenses, I will be happy to upgrade you free of charge to Special Delivery, which is guaranteed to arrive with you by 1 pm the day after dispatch.
Please do let me know if this would be helpful to you.
The verdict is still out on the shop since the order is not yet completed but just for this e-mail I’m betting I’ll be a client for life. I’ll keep you posted.
PS – The problem is not if shit happens. Shit will happen. The problem is how you handle it.
[Edit – 24-04-2012:] Just got the package from lenstore.co.uk. It was right on time of their first estimate. What a great service!
PS II – Nobody payed me to say any of these things. I know no one in any of these stores. I’m just a regular customer making a review.
I love this kitchen. It isn’t the perfect kitchen that I one day crave to have but in the present days of closet size parisian kitchens, it’s a dream. In particular the counter space and the breakfast booth with the windows. I would have to say no to the color combination, though. Yellow and red, ugh…
I’m mad for early Atomic Era ads!
I read somewhere this one guy saying that he found stupid seeing people cry over Steve Jobs’ death. He said something like ‘people should save their tears for when a person they know dies’.
I disagree. You should mourn the ones you love and Steve Jobs was loved.
Like everyone, I pay for my Apple products. Yet I know what was like to have a PC in 1997, so I can imagine a world without Steve Jobs. It’s a world trapped in a DRM Windows system or in a chaotic and scattered Linux OS. I tried it, I know.
Also, have you ever seen iPod, iPhone or iPad competitors? Yeah…
I love the Trackpad in my laptop. Can’t work without Aperture. Am lost (literally, not figuratively) without the iPhone.
So I cried.
Thank you Steve.
Yesterday I deleted my Facebook account. It was long overdue.
Facebook has been messing with their clients for a long time, leaking private information, making it difficult to delete applications, making it impossible to completely remove some information like your interests and age. Last night I got sick of this and deleted my link to this shameful network.
I know it sounds convenient to have your friends, family and acquaintances all in the same place. You can send a Facebook e-mail and be sure that even the most computer-challenged person will read it. You also have the illusion that you are in touch with people.
Anyway, my point is, if you want to get in touch with me call me, e-mail me, send me a postcard (I like those!), follow me on twitter of leave me a comment. It’s easy. As easy as on Facebook and without selling your soul or, in this case, my soul. *wink*
Ontem apaguei a minha conta no Facebook. Há muito tempo que andava a pensar fazer isso.
O Facebook anda a brincar com a privacidade dos clientes, expondo os seus dados a terceiros, dificultando o apagar de aplicações e tornando impossível a supressão de dados como “interesses” e data de nascimento. Ontem à noite fartei-me e apaguei a minha associação a esta rede infame.
Sei que parece vantajoso ter os nossos amigos, familiares e conhecidos todos no mesmo sítio. Podemos enviar um e-mail do Facebook e ter a certeza que até a pessoa com menos “jeito para computadores” o recebe. Temos também a ilusão que nos mantemos em contacto com muita gente.
Seja como for, o meu posto de vista é, se quiserem entrar em contacto comigo telefonem-me, enviem-me um e-mail, um postal, sigam-me no twitter ou deixem um comentário aqui. É fácil. Tão fácil como no Facebook e sem vender a alma, neste caso, a minha. ;)