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Yes, that’s what I tried doing and it didn’t seem to work. I simply want a page with a grid layout of recent posts for each category. So I created a page called Blog that has a grid layout. Then under Theme Options > Where Do you Want to Display… – I specified that page. Also, under Blog Layout, I chose “Use the Advanced Layout Editor…”. I then added a category to the main menu. When I click on that category, it doesn’t use the layout in the page.
So I created a new page called Blog and then under Theme Options, specified that page for Where Do You Want to Display the Blog and then under Blog Layout chose the “Use the Advanced Layout Editor…”, however it doesn’t use the page when I create a Menu item to link to a category. Am I missing something?
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Thanks, so how would I add that to the main menu? For example, can I have a menu that has something like Pets in the top nav bar and underneath, it shows Dogs?
Thanks. I understand how to create the plugin, just need a modification of the code you (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -destination-url/#post-765873″>posted above so it can work standalone in the plugin.
Thanks. Could you provide a variant of the function (listed above) that can be put in that plugin?
Yes, I know that’s possible but we were hoping to use an external function in a Plug-In rather than having to deal with a Child Theme and the management thereof. If there’s a way to use a self-contained function we can add to a plug-in, that would be ideal.
We really don’t like modifying core code or functions.php but are happy to inject code using a plugin framework (i.e. simply adding functions/code to a simple plugin and installing that plugin).
Can you (or anyone else) think of a way to change the logo link destination via PHP code / function that can be installed via the plugin framework (so we can keep the code separate)?
Thanks. I think I know the answer, but is there any way to do this without modifying code?
That’s too bad. I hope you add the ability to have larger images in the right rail in a future release. They are tiny and very difficult to see currently.
Just to be totally clear. In WordPress > Settings > Media there is a size called “Thumbnail Size” that is set at 80 x 80 pixels. It’s already an existing image size.
I’d just like to use that size (“Thumbnail”) instead of “Widget” for Enfold Latest News.
Thanks again Kriesi team!
So the thumbnail images already exist (default WordPress) and are sized at 80 x 80. If I simply want to use that, what would the code look like for that?
That is using the thumbnail 80×80 standard size? Why do I need to regenerate thumbnails then?
Just to summarize,
I’m looking for the code so that Enfold Latest News will use the thumbnail size (80 x 80) that is standard with Enfold and already created instead of the widget size (36 x 36), which is too small to see.
Thanks for your help!March 17, 2017 at 3:43 pm in reply to: Advanced Layout Editor for Posts Clears Content in Default Editor View in Enfold #762541
I actually don’t want to regenerate any thumbnails, instead use the standard ‘thumbnail’ size already part of Enfold at 80×80 pixels. Is there code I can add to functions.php that would do that? Thanks
Thanks Yigit. Is there simply a way to use the “Thumbnail” size (80×80) for Enfold Latest News without having to regenerate images?
Thanks again for your help!
Thanks, that’s helpful to know. Is there a way to get the same effect without a plug-in?
Hi, I’m just referring to increasing the default image size used in the “Enfold Latest News” widget from the tiny widget size (36 x 36). For example:
The images in the Latest News are tiny and impossible to distinguish. We’d like to make them larger, something closer to 100 x 70 or similar. Even using the Thumbail Size of 80 x 80 would be a major improvement.
Thanks so much!
Not sure if there’s a way to do this via CSS or if a file needs to be modified, but any guidance would be greatly appreciated!March 14, 2017 at 4:48 pm in reply to: Advanced Layout Editor for Posts Clears Content in Default Editor View in Enfold #760836March 13, 2017 at 11:01 pm in reply to: Advanced Layout Editor for Posts Clears Content in Default Editor View in Enfold #760315
Yes, but when they click it again, the content is gone. That’s the problem. Pressing the ALE button put all the content into a special mode that you can’t recover from. There needs to be a way to either recover the content or disable that button so editors don’t press it.March 13, 2017 at 6:46 pm in reply to: Advanced Layout Editor for Posts Clears Content in Default Editor View in Enfold #760190
What happens if an editor accidentally presses the ALE button on a post? Is there any way to prevent this? It’s causing some confusion since they can’t go back.
The Featured Image, when clicked on, just goes to a larger image of itself (which is confusing). Thanks!
Thanks – that’s quite a bit more code modification than I was hoping for. I’m really hoping you add this as an option to the Related Posts drop-down so we don’t need to modify the code. I love the Enfold theme, but the Related Posts styling is the one part that is fairly unusual compared to other content sites (and less engaging, given the small images).
We’re just trying to get the Related Posts to look more like a normal content site. For example (see Recommended For You):
Most content sites have 3 large rectangular images at the bottom of a posts with a bold headlines below each post image. Enfold has small, round images with text to the right – much harder to get a sense of the content in that format (less ‘clickable’). Would love to make it look more like standard Related Posts on content sites.
I’m thinking of showing an actual button instead of a link. For example:
Trying to create the “Buy Now” button.
Please have a simple switch in the settings that allows us to hide the time and date in the blog posts.