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Post-Page-Associator Plugin

Old Feb 9, 2010, 01:42 AM
12 posts · Nov 2009
I'm having trouble having this plugin look as I wish on a page.

It works fine. There is an option on the Settings:Reading page which lets you check "theme does not support this plugin" and just appends the posts to the bottom of the page. But they are in list format with bullets -- it does give the excerpts of the posts though which is what I wanted. Also there is no footer info at all, unlike on the actual category page. I believe I can take care of the bullets with css, but I have no clue how to add the post footer info. I was wondering if the theme supported the plugin if then the posts would show up the way they do on the category page....

see: http://csastro.org/about/monthly-meetings-2/


The plugin url is:

I'm using Wordpress 2.9.1 and Atahualpa 3.4.4

Thanks for any help!


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