Hi, hope I can help you, you should organize by having separate categories. You would then have to add your categories via WordPress menus rather than just point to your blog which will always list ALL categories.
In your case, setup like this:
- 1 – create a blog page
- 2 – create a category called inspiration
- 3 – create a category called prayers
- 4 – create some inspiration posts and set to the category of ‘inspiration’
- 5 – create some prayer request posts and set to the category of ‘prayers’
- 6 – go to your WordPress menus and click screen options at the top if necessary so you can see a box on the left of the screen that says categories
- 7 – drag inspiration to the menu area and move in to place
- 8 – repeat step 7 for prayer category
Hope that helps – I understand the confusion and so once you understand the process you’ll be just fine
@laranz is correct – it’s custom written ROR solution.
Here you go:
Just to throw in a comment about the pricing difference – @rayoflightt is indeed quite correct.
I was one of the more vocal authors that argued on the forums that helped us all get a few bucks more for WordPress themes last year, at the time I also mentioned that HTML and other categories also needed a bump.
This doesn’t seem to of happened and they are grossly underpriced when you take in to account the extra features, JS, and responsiveness they now demand – I’m in a whole bunch of categories and the early days of email templates and HTML (plus PSD) are far from a mirror of what needs to be done these days not only to be accepted but also to sell.
I think it’s time the other categories had a similar bump in price (percentage wise) to help reflect the awesome work / files and support that is offered here at ThemeForest.
your purchase code is inside the license.
I was just hoping to use headings so they would be larger and more defined compared to words that I use strong on. Right now the only way I have is to type uppercase and make strong to appear different than a strong word inside a paragraph of text.
Nothing special just basic good formatting was what I was hoping for.
I notice that I cannot use any headings in the support area description even though the link for ‘You may use limited HTML/Textile formatting here (a, b, p, strong, em, i, br, ul, ol, li).’ says we can use h3 and h4….
HAW PEANUTS WORKING!
As others have said the bargain basement would be far better the ONLY issues were the name was a marketing nightmare ( it implied that the items were sub-par and cheap and nasty) and the fact that it was never really promoted.
Put the power in to your authors hands and offer an outlet to discount older items.