There are some Hybrid based themes that don’t work with Category Icons Lite. For example, Ascetica : the icons are not displayed in front of the title. So to make this theme compatible, go to Category Icons Lite settings to uncheck Posts.
Then, in functions.php in Ascetica theme folder, add this line in the function named ascetica_theme_setup (“theme-name_theme_setup” to be generic) : Continue reading
This version is simpler than the classic one. I’ll put more efforts on this plugin than on the classic one. This is the next generation Category Icons.
It works with more themes than before, example : Prototype or Canvas.
It has an incredibly simple panel settings :
To start using it, just upload your icons (images) via the Media page and assign a category to the image : Continue reading
This is v1.1.1 beta. Speeder & lighter than the original Category Icons. You can download it from WordPress repo. You need WP 3.2, and you must install the KC Settings plugin if you want to have access to the settings panel.
That’s because get_cat_icon is echoed without the “echo=false” parameter. So, to remove the “1″ that is displayed after the icons, do this :
or just :
This is for version 0.9.7.7 of the Thematic theme.
1. Go to the folder library > extensions
2. Open the file content-extension.php
3. At the line number 672, replace : Continue reading
Someone asked me how to do that. This very simple : uncheck “Sidebar” in the settings :
You must have at least v1.0.4. Just copy and paste this code in your template file (index.php, loop.php, etc) :
<?php if (function_exists('get_cat_icon_lite')) echo get_cat_icon_lite();?>
You can also give it the category id. If you want to display the icon for the category id number 3, you’d do that :
<?php echo get_cat_icon_lite(3); ?>