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    Hey all. This is my fourth post so please, no rush on this. You guys have ruled thus far! I just have a few more questions.

    1. I want to turn off the lightbox throughout the Eunoia theme. I followed the instructions in a previous post in helper-slideshow.php but it just made the pictures link to a new page to view the full sized image. I need the portfolio grid items to link to its post and then no longer be links or be able to be clicked on at all once you arrive at the project page.

    2. Is there any way to get the gallery dots (like on the portfolio pages fullwidth text below image) to show up on my Front Page Slider?

    3. On an ajax portfolio, if I have the layout set to Text Right of Image, is there any kind of shortcode I can add into the text editor or something to start a new text block BELOW both the image and the description? Something like [clear] or [page_break] or something? I want to create a secondary block of text that runs beneath both of those sections above.


    I managed to get the lightbox all turned off. I still could use solutions on the gallery dots and the ajax portfolio text below image.

    Here is what I am trying to accomplish:
    The content below the image and the description is what I’m asking about.

    Thanks again!



    1) Glad you figured it out :)
    2) It is possible but you are going to need to hire a freelance developer for that kind of customization.
    3) Can you post the link to your website?


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    3) You can edit functions-eunoia.php then look for avia_check_ajax_request function. Find this code on line 87:

    the_content(__('Read more','avia_framework').'<span class="more-link-arrow">  &rarr;</span>');
    				echo "</div>";
    				echo "</div>";	
    			echo "</div>";

    Below, you can add the content that you want:

    echo "This is sparta!!";

    Best regards,


    Thanks Ismael! Unfortunately, there are two issues with this. 1) This shows up on all of the ajax portfolio entries (I only want it on one of them) and as soon as the picture loads, it pushes the text back to the right side. 2) I need this to be able to be updated by the front end user. Can I just call for a echo’d div class and then inside the WP text editor, say div class –> text to be added underneath? That way it calls for the div and you can update it in from your WP-admin.

    Sorry to be so much trouble!

    Thanks again,


    Or! If I could figure out how to call for a specific portfolio page (I can’t seem to get post-id-xx to work), I could just use that to hide that div class on the other ajax items right?



    You can try adding following code to Quick CSS to hide div class

    .postid-44 .yourclass { display: none; }

    I am not sure what you named your div class, but simply you can replace “yourclass” with it. You can right click on Chrome and Firefox and click “Inspect elements” to find post ID
    Please flush browser cache after applying custom CSS and refresh your page a few times

    Best regards,

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