My totally using blogging platforms and associated with groups.

I've got a group of groups for my posts: All, Cat-a, Cat-b and Cat-c.

a. After I click the connect to my posts page, I wish to show accurate documentation for 'All'. How do you produce a connect to 'All' clearly? Something of the kind?

<a href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>">All Posts</a>

b. I'd be also exhibiting their email list of groups (proven below). I'd however have to highlight the present category (automatically, All).

<ul>
  <?php wp_list_categories('title_li='); ?>
</ul>

c. Also I'd need all groups to become displayed when they have been posts inside them or otherwise.

Any help about this is greatly appreciated. Thanks!


The styling all of a sudden labored without warning! :) Many thanks!

However, an issue still remains. I've because of the following arguments within the wordpress_list_groups function.

<?php wp_list_categories('show_option_all=All&hide_empty=0&title_li=&current_category=All'); ?>

I would like the 'All' choice to be visible in almost any category listing. However, since automatically, all posts load, the styling for current_category also needs to affect 'All'. However, since All doesn't have a category ID, I don't understand how to apply the present-cat class to 'All'.

Any suggestions?

a) Have a look at wp_list_categories. You will notice "show_option_all" parameter, that will show an exciting groups option.

$args = array(    
'show_option_all'    => 'All Posts'
);
wp_list_categories($args)

b) I clarified this in another question or yours. Essentially current-cat is automatically on category archive pages, but when you would like it on all pages, set current_category = one in the $args array above:

$args = array(    
'show_option_all'    => 'All Posts',
'current_category'   => 1
);

c) This really is setting hide_empty to :

$args = array(    
'show_option_all'    => 'All Posts',
'current_category'   => 1,
'hide_empty'         => 0
);