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Origami post loop needs breadcrumbs

Hi all..

I am using Origami and on the blog page I have it displaying 2 posts via the post loop.php. It does show the two articles, but there is no way to go see the rest of the articles. Anything I can do here?
Thanks!
carrie

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  1. 3 months, 30 days ago Andrew Misplon Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Carrie

    Thanks for reaching out.

    I’ll add a Blog loop to Origami in the next update. Are you displaying content above or below your Post Loop? If not, you could clear the content from your Blog page and assign it from SettingsReading: Posts Page.

    Kind regards

    Andrew

  2. 3 months, 29 days ago carrie peters

    Honestly no idea if I’m posting above or below. We make a post, it appears on the blog page. I had read a support article on here
    Thread: Sidebar in Origami
    that the way to get a sidebar on the blog page was to run a post loop.
    I have no page set up under settings> reading> posts page
    is there a better way to set this up?
    thanks so much!
    carrie

  3. 3 months, 29 days ago Andrew Misplon Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Carrie

    If you’ve added a sidebar using Page Builder, then you’ll need to use the Post Loop Widget as you’ve done.

    You can give the Origami beta version a try; I’ve included a link below:

    https://siteorigin.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/origami.1.10.0-beta.zip

    Once the ZIP file is on your desktop, head over to ThemesAdd New. Upload the ZIP file and overwrite the existing version when prompted.

  4. 3 months, 28 days ago carrie peters

    I am willing to try, but I have to warn you it’s a several hundred page website with margins on site origin pages meticulously curated by an older woman who is very fussy. =) will it change any of those settings?

  5. 3 months, 28 days ago Andrew Misplon Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Carrie

    It’s worth having a site restore point available. Perhaps your host has an easy option to do so.

    You’re welcome to wait for the official release, I’ll get that out in the next few days. There shouldn’t be any impact on margins assuming that the theme hasn’t been edited at a code level.

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