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TOPIC: (SOLVED)Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style

Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 7 months 1 day ago #20997

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Hi,
I have had a site built with the JD Ohio template, but for some reason I can't get the BLOG to display in K2 Timeline style. On the back end, the template style is set to 'Timeline', but perhaps I'm missing something? Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
Mike
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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 7 months 1 day ago #20999

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Hello,

See here: www.screencast.com/t/x5CPdABg9t

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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 7 months 1 day ago #21008

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Hi Lalit,

Many thanks for your help, I wouldn't have figured that one out on my own!!! It now works, but not as per the JD Ohio demo blog. I'm getting the centreline, but the blog entries are all just one below the other, whereas I would like them to appear staggered alternately either side of the centreline.

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Mike
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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 7 months 10 hours ago #21032

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Please share your site URL so that we can assist you better

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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 7 months 3 hours ago #21038

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Hi again Lalit,

Thanks for the reply. Here you go... www.yumekoi.com/j3/index.php/blog

Best,

Mike
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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 6 months 3 weeks ago #21127

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Hello,

Open the Blog menu item. Go to Options tab and select timeline template from the list. See the screenshot.

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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 6 months 3 weeks ago #21129

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One more thing. Make sure Columns for leading value set on 2.
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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 6 months 3 weeks ago #21141

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Hi Chandan,

Thank you for your help, but strangely, whenever i set the 'select a template' and select 'timeline', as soon as a save, it reverts to default. Also, 'leading count' and all the other numerical values, won't let me edit them. When I hover over them, they display a circle with a line through it. Sorry to be a pain.
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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 6 months 3 weeks ago #21164

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Hello, I managed to make a little progress, though am unsure if it was the right this to do?
I went into K2, and then Categories. I changed the BLOG category setting to leading column count '2', and leading count '10', and now the BLOG appears fine. But, in menu manager, I still cant change the settings to 'template'. Each time I save, it reverts to default. Also, I can't change any of the values.
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Ohio, K2 'Timeline' blog style 6 months 3 weeks ago #21169

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Hello,

You can manage it from both. Category and Menu Item.

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