I need:

  • Someone who understands the is_page() syntax to remove posting footers from pages (like About).
  • Remove archives to a separate page. I would be OK with removing the links to months and replacing them with instructions on how to hack an URL. (I chose the /year/month/day/slug notation for a reason. I have custom pages for all intermediate steps. Try it and see.)
  • A real footer like real people have. This will require actual graphic design and proper CSS.

I suppose it would be nice if we could comb through 1,565 postings and remove any Transitional ephemera, but really, does it matter?

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