I have a few requests for a Wordpress site. One is to fix bullets and another is to have a custom way for the blog to function. I need two blog categories listed on our blog page. One is for Press Releases and one is for "In the News". They will work slightly differently. One will need a logo next to an external link and the other will just link. Full details in the description section. Please let me know when you can start and when you think you can finish the project. Thanks.
1. CSS Fixes: I need a fix with the bullets on our site. They need to work in IE and Firefox. You’ll see in the content area of this page <[url removed, login to view]>. At one point I had it working everywhere except that it messed up the navigation menu because that also has ul tags. The navigation is in a different style sheet. Also, I would like to put a shadow around the website. I am going to change the background image so make sure the shadow works on all backgrounds.
2. The next project is a bit more difficult and I am open to suggestions.? I want this page <[url removed, login to view]> to work a little differently. Currently this is the blog page of the website. I changed the code so that I have the option to link the blog post title to an external link but I need more functionality that I am not capable of coding. The code that I borrowed from someone else only works that way if I fill out the custom field with an external link. I want to have this page be a press page with two categories. One category called “Press Releases?? and one called “In the News??. The Press Release section would just be the date of the post and link. “In the News?? would be slightly different. We want a logo of the place where the link was published and then the link and the date of the link. I want it to work like a blog still if I want to but I was hoping that we can figure out a way to make it look like the Word Doc that is attached. I don’t want borders showing like they are in the Word Doc but that is basically how we want it setup. The links would mostly be external but once in awhile they may be internal.
See attached image for more information on point #2.