When you upload a cover image for your issue, make sure it is large enough to display in high resolution in the app. Your cover image size should be: 1536 x 2048 pixels When a reader clicks on an issue from your Past Issues screen, this cover image will load briefly telling the reader what issue is […]
If you want to allow your readers to easily keep up-to-date with your latest articles then you are going to want to make use of RSS feeds, whether it’s simply providing a feed for adding to a reader or creating an RSS-driven campaign in MailChimp. Finding the feeds for articles can be a little tricky […]
This problem is almost always due to a difference in the height of the cover images. The layout of the page is created by floating the cover images, which works perfectly if the images are all the same size but even a 1 pixel height difference can cause unwanted gaps to appear. So, why are […]
Let’s say the main component of your current homepage is a list of the most recent posts. You’ve installed IssueM, created articles and now you’d like that list to include articles as well. By default, WordPress will not include any custom post types, such as articles. This is a sensible approach as WordPress doesn’t really know […]
Are you using the CoAuthors Plugin and want to list coauthors in your issue contents page? The issuem_author_name filter is here to save your day. The issuem_articles shortcode is responsible for creating the contents list on an issue page. By default it will list the assigned WordPress user which, if you are using the CoAuthors Plus […]
Default article ordering uses the publish date. You can order articles 2 other ways: Using the Article Order field Drag and drop ordering 1. Use the Article Order field to order your articles in each issue 2. Drag and drop article ordering This method works well when you have many articles to order Grab and install […]
All the default plugin styles can be overwritten in your theme’s CSS file, or via a plugin like Simple Custom CSS.
Yes you can install IssueM with any theme. The plugin will inherit some of the theme’s attributes but most likely you will want to style the CSS to get it to look the way you want it. Here’s what the default IssueM installation looks like on the WordPress 2012 theme. Here’s what a custom styled […]
Go to Settings > Permalinks and click on Save Changes. See if that makes any difference. Sometimes WordPress just needs the permalinks to be reset.
How Do I Create An Author Article Archive? Out-of-the-box, a url of http://yoursite/author/[author-slug] will generate a list of posts written by the author (the Author Archive). That default list will only include posts, so if you want to display articles you need to tell WordPress to include them when it is grabbing the items. The easiest […]
To control the ordering of the Articles, set the Order field – the higher number the higher the priority, that is 5 will be listed ahead of 4. Best way to access this field is via the Quick Edit menu option I described in my initial response.
This answer assumes that: You are using the issuem_articles shortcode to generate your article list You are using Article Categories to organise your issues Step 1 – check that you are outputting the category in the article listing format. In the WordPress Admin interface go to Articles > IssueM Settings and scroll down to IssueM […]
If your past issue URLs are http://[yoursite]/issue/[issue-name] then you are bypassing IssueM and using WordPress to display the article list. Chances are that it’s just using the standard archive template. To ensure that the past issues use the same layout as your current issue, jump into your WordPress Admin interface, go to Articles > IssueM […]
Your theme is not displaying the author. You will need to update your theme files to output the author.