31 Oct 2019 at 03:41 #22084TheodoreParticipant
Rename and reformat Projects/Portfolio PagesResolved
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Thank you very much for all your support and the Modern Theme. I’m still learning how to use WordPress and the Modern theme. So far I like it very much because of its accessibility readiness.
I’m having trouble modifying my Portfolio’s name. The default is “Archive: Projects”. I managed to change it to “Projects” with your Archive Title plugin (great plugin! Thank you!). Is there a way for me to change the name to “My Projects” (or anything else)?
My front page is a static page. On the front page, I have text and then my posts and projects underneath. I made my posts display on the /blog page. Is there a way for me to have content/text on my blog page above my latest posts like I do on my front page? Similarly, can I have text on my portfolio page above my projects?
Is there a way to make the [display-posts] shortcode work? I found it here https://en.support.wordpress.com/display-posts-shortcode/
I’m looking for something that works like the [portfolio] shortcode
Theodore31 Oct 2019 at 14:44 #22088Oliver JuhasKeymaster
First, please understand that I like to keep support tickets mono-thematic, so each question should be logged as a new support ticket – please read.
- To rename custom post types please use a Custom Post Type Editor plugin. Renaming the Portfolio post type (which is provided by Jetpack plugin, so technically this is not an issue with the theme) to your preferred name should make the portfolio display your custom name. If it does not work, please contact the Jetpack plugin support for help on this issue.
- Blog page in WordPress is a type of an can be seen in ). , so it does not display any content. However, with Modern theme you can at least display a blog page excerpt (as
- I’m sorry I don’t know the
[display-posts]shortcode, but it only seems to be available for WordPress.com websites. If you want to display portfolio on any page, you can use Jetpack’s Portfolio shortcode.
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