So I'm having problems with my MyThemeSite theme and the support there sucks. Does anyone know if I can access this via CSS or if I have to do something else.

The issue is that a guest post blogger can't input his Bio info, can you believe that. MTS blames the hosting, hosting switches to a FREE WP theme, and the BIO info is accepted. Don't use MTS if you're thinking of a premium theme.

Thanks for letting me rant,

Todd

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MarionBlack Premium
There's a plugin for just about everything. I've used 'IntelliWidget Featured Posts and Custom Menus' to add a text widget for a guest blogger's bio so that it only appears when category is 'Named Guest'. e.g. Marion is a guest blogger so 'Marion' is created as a new category. Set up the plugin so that the bio text widget only appears on posts which have 'Marion' as a category. You can even include a photo in the text widget. ~Marion
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tmaltz Premium
Thanks Marion, I'm trying to keep my plugins down plus it's an automatic feature that should work in a premium them.

But if I can't get it to work, I'll try your recommendation out.
Thanks
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MarionBlack Premium
Dumb question: did you add your guest blogger as a user (Author)? It may be a theme thing but there could be a bio box for your user.
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goodsuccess Premium
Go to appearance - editor - on the right hand side should be the config-php file...there are differences in theme locations. Does said hosting have cpanel?
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tmaltz Premium
Thank you Sir, I'll give it a go.
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goodsuccess Premium
If you have cpanel it can be found here:
/public_html/wp-config.php
But again it depends on your hosting and theme?
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