So I am trying to implement webcomic into a wordpress premium theme purchased at themeforest.
Using [the_webcomic size="large" the_post="46"] displays the comic with that ID just fine.
But using [previous_webcomic_link format="%link"]Previous >[/previous_webcomic_link]
[next_webcomic_link format="%link" link="%thumbnail"] to display previous and next comics just gives me two < pre > tags with nothing in them.
Same happens when I use [first_webcomic_link] and [last_webcomic_link]
I don't know what to do.
Can you please respond to this? It is urgent
Ok I 've played around a bit with integration, and it works good enough, so I may not have to use shortcodes.
Problem is that Webcomic uses single.php to display the comics, and I want the comics page to have a different look from the blog.
How do I do this?
Also, Webcomic gives me this URL for the comics pages that I cant seem to find or use anywhere else in Wordpress. So I cant set the page that has the webcomic as the homepage.
How do I change this?
Thanks for using Webcomic, swagdon, and apologies for your issues. Just so you know: there's no need to email me several times when you're having an issue; it's actually a really good way to get yourself auto-added to my spam filter. I'm automatically notified whenever an issue is submitted here or to the discussion group, and emails sent to the email@example.com address are automatically filed for my perusal.
For your issues:
Thanks for your response. Just emailed you at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once we're done I'll post the solutions here for everyone to see
Also having this problem. videocat.dyndns.org/maeby
Inserting <?php next_webcomic_link() ?> shortcode in the loop of single.php will not generate anything. If I insert an echo statement also in that call, it will show up.
I am using the inkblot theme. I tried virgin versions inf inkblot and webcomic and they both do the same thing.
I am running the site on a homemade server, could the problem have anything to do with permissions or an incorrect server setting?
As far as I know there's nothing in any of Webcomic's navigation links that should be affected by server configuration (unless your server was really badly configured, like bad enough to not serve webpages properly). The echo definitely shouldn't be necessary either, since those functions specifically echo the links…
To be clear, the next_webcomic_link and previous_webcomic_link template tags only work inside of a WordPress loop for posts that belong to a Webcomic collection. It looks like the standard navigation (with Inkblot) is working properly; where are you trying to use the template tags/shortcodes?