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  • #9690
    slreagan
    Participant

    1) Don’t know if possible or or not but would like to get this kind of Recent Posts widget as displayed in the demo:
    http://www.themeblvd.com/demo/akita/
    I can’t seem to get this kind of “sliding up” effect.

    2) Is there anyway to be able to select multiple categories – but not all of them – in any Recent Posts widget? I.e., would like to select two categories. (the reason is that I have videos as one category that I’ve built my front page slider from so I do not want to select all categories and it will include the videos)

    thks!

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  • #9696
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    1) Don’t know if possible or or not but would like to get this kind of Recent Posts widget as displayed in the demo:
    http://www.themeblvd.com/demo/akita/
    I can’t seem to get this kind of “sliding up” effect.

    This is the News Scroller widget plugin found here:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/theme-blvd-news-scroller/

    Make sure to checkout the “Homepage Setup” section from the Item Details page for the product over on ThemeForest for how the demo’s homepage was setup.

    http://themeforest.net/item/akita-responsive-wordpress-theme/1530025

    2) Is there anyway to be able to select multiple categories – but not all of them – in any Recent Posts widget? I.e., would like to select two categories. (the reason is that I have videos as one category that I’ve built my front page slider from so I do not want to select all categories and it will include the videos)

    If you’re using the Theme Blvd Mini Post List widget, you can use a custom query like:

    cat=1,2,3

    And if you search on WordPress.org, I’m sure you can find tons of other plugins that allow you to list out posts in various ways.

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