14 Comments

  1. Andrew

    Is there a changelog anywhere in the Church theme files? I was curious what is new in the 0.2.7 update.

    • Please read readme.txt. This version introduced home banner widget so you can replace home header image with content from widget. It can be slideshow (you’ll need to install a plugin) or anything else.

  2. Karen

    I’m trying out this theme (0.2.7). It’s nice, but I can’t figure out why the sidebar (“Primary”) isn’t displayed on the home page – I’ve looked everywhere for a setting I’m missing.

  3. roma

    Please, I’ve just installed the Church Theme for my blog, in Brazil (portuguese-bra language), and it seems there is no support for translation, even using codestyling localization plugin. I need to translate a few expressions like “leave a comment”, “posted on/in” etc to portuguese, but I didn’t find them in the php files. Could you help me? Thanks

  4. Hi, and thanks a lot for the theme, its quite usefull for my purpose and I have individualised it so far. But two questions:
    - is it possible to get rid of the comments-widget on every side? I would rather like to have a contact-option on the menu bar instead. I have build this already, but can’t get rid of the comments-widget.
    - is there any plugin to ha a better view and use for tablets and mobiles?
    I would be very glad for every help… thanks a lot in advance
    Volker

  5. I am using the Church theme for our small church website and in general find it good for the purpose. My one significant gripe is that there is no way to turn of commenting on static pages. We use a static page for the front page with the blog-type posts on another page. I don’t want comments on the front page, but I do want them on the blog pages. I’ve seen other themes that have that ability and it would be nice to see it here.

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