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    i just purchased the Celestial reloaded and installed wordpress version 3.1 and then installed the theme

    however I don’t get any of the customisation settings? the only options available are

    OPTIONS: Widgets | Menus

    Any ideas what I’ve done wrong?


    Sushil Adhikari

    WordPress 3.1…..The first thing I would definitely recommend is that you update to 3.8.1

    I would also recommend uninstalling the theme, then reinstall. Sounds like something did not go quite right somewhere. If you still run into problems, I will be happy to install it for you, but you will need to contact me via email with a login and link.


    thanks i managed to uninstall and reinstall everything and it worked.

    is there a way to have widgets only on certain pages. say i want to have differnt widgets on the right side for the contact page and the rest of the pages.
    how can I do that?


    Sushil Adhikari

    Good to hear… and yes, you can put widgets on select pages…in fact there’s a tutorial about this here:

    I use the Dynamic Widgets plugin for this which has a bit of a learning curve but once you get used to it, you will be happy you installed it. I use that plugin on all my demo sites now.


    thanks for that

    getting the hang of things but how can I turn off comments just on pages? I unticked all the boxes in discussions but doesn’t seem to do anything for the pages?

    Sushil Adhikari

    hmmm, that should work, but perhaps clear your browser’s cache and see if that works. I just tried this on my local test site and was able to uncheck the “Allow Comments” on one of the pages I had open in the editor.


    hm just tried that and it didn’t work. It does however work on new pages but doesn’t pick it up on old ones. I suppose I need to create new pages and replace the old ones?

    Sushil Adhikari

    Maybe…. however, the comments part of enabling or disabling is actually going to be a WordPress thing….So perhaps something happened somewhere. Try a new page to replace one that doesn’t work with the comments and see what happens.

    Note: I just realized this is a different topic than the original post here, so it’s best to start a new topic when you experience something new and different.

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