In a recent post, I wanted to upload a Stuffit file with a .sitx extension, but had a problem using the upload features in WordPress (error was “file type does not meet security guidelines”). After some searching, I found this article describing how to fix this problem (modifying wp-includes/functions.php to add ‘sitx’ => ‘application/x-stuffit’). Once I updated the file, I was able to upload the Stuffit file successfully.
After I installed the Copyblogger theme, I noticed that the “Archives” link in the header of the page did not display the archives for my site. I reviewed this article which talks about adding links to the header navigation area, but it did not have any information on my problem. After some searching, I found a comment on the main Copyblogger site which had the details I needed:
- Create a page
- Enter whatever you want in the title, but do not enter any content
- Select “Archives” from the Page Template dropdown menu on the right
- Enter “archives” (without the quotes) in the Page Slug field, which is also on the right
- Save/publish your page
After following these steps, the archives link worked!