Apr 092015
 

Suffusion Theme Templates All CategoriesĀ allows you to display all your categories in a page. It lets you customize the display.

Last Updated: March 3, 2018

Latest News:Ā I have updated the documentation below.

WordPress already has a widget you can use to add Categories to your sidebar. What if you did not want your Categories in your sidebar and you wanted to add them to a page? These settings lets you format the way you want to display your Categories in a page.

Suffusion Theme Templates All CategoriesĀ Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Appearance -> Suffusion Options -> Templates -> All Categories to set up the following option. See image below.

suffusion-theme-options-templates-all-categories

Step 2 ) The following The “All Categories” template instructions allows you to select from the following options.

List categories hierarchically?

  • Categories listed hierarchically
  • Categories listed flat

Show RSS feeds for each category?

  • Show RSS feed
  • Hide RSS feed

Show post count for each category?

  • Show Post Count
  • Hide Post Count

Step 3 ) The following images display 3 different methods you can implement to display all your categories in a page.

The following image settings.

  • Categories listed hierarchically
  • Show RSS feed
  • Show Post Count

suffusion-theme-options-templates-all-categories1

The following image settings.

  • Categories listed hierarchically
  • Hide RSS feed
  • Show Post Count

suffusion-theme-options-templates-all-categories2

The following image settings.

  • Categories listed flat
  • Hide RSS feed
  • Hide Post Count

suffusion-theme-options-templates-all-categories3

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Click on the following URLĀ Templates TutorialsĀ for more typography tutorials.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this from time to time. So keep coming back for the latest.

Enjoy.

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