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Simply Works Core 1.5.3 released

There is bug in the Simply Works Core 1.5.2 for adding your Google Analytics code through the theme options. The fix has been submitted to WordPress.org has version 1.5.3 and it is available at:
Simply Works Core WordPress Theme

About: Jason Huber

Jason Huber is a multi-disciplinary, award winning web developer specializing application development and user experience.

7 comments

  1. Vico says:

    Is there a way to make the header height taller?

    Thanks for your great contribution!

    • Jason Huber says:

      Hi Vico,

      There is a default height of 140px added by WordPress Header function. There are 2 way change this in the simply works core theme

      1) Go to: Appearance > Header and click the button ‘Remove Header Image’ this will remove the CSS from the header area.
      Now, you can make your adjustments in the styles.css for the theme

      2) OR you can open the functions.php and search for “height: 140px” and make the change there.

      thanks,
      Jason

  2. Mike says:

    Hi, can you tell me how to disable the ability to comment on pages? Is there away to remove the author and time stamp on posts without altering the code?

    thanks!

    • Mike says:

      Ok I ended up just changing the code. I have another issue though. For some reason the comment section is not displaying on my articles unless the article is clicked directly, and even then sometimes it does not display. Is there any way to fix this?

      Thanks

      • Jason Huber says:

        Hi Mike,

        comments should not display in the category view and display only in the single view (post item). On Pages the the comment will display below. have you checked your settings in:
        Setting > Discussion?

        thanks,
        Jason

    • Jason Huber says:

      Hi Mike,

      To disable comments on a page go to: Edit Page (for the item) and under Discussion un-check Allow comments.

      You will need to edit index.php and page-fullwidth to remove author and date for the posts.

      thanks,
      Jason

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