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    So i am trying to figure out the following.

    As of now i am posting like this:

    Title Of Post


    more images under here

    so everything over the <!–more–> tag shows on the front page! Once the Title of Post on the front page is clicked everything else shows including whats above the <!–more–> tag.

    I want to make it possible that when the Title is clicked all the info above the <!–more–> hides?

    Is it possible with our theme?

    Also is it possible to hide the lightbox once the Title is clicked meaning once the users are viewing the full post?

    <span class=”image_overlay_effect lightbox_image” style=”display: block; z-index: 5; opacity: 0.6; “></span>

    Thank you

    Crashed pics are on purpose btw


    Hi EriDesign,

    Unfortunately not that I know of. The more tag is a function of wordpress and I’m not sure if it gives any kind of front end change that would let you hide it on single view.

    The main function of the featured media is to take care of this kind of set up. The image displays above the content and then can be manipulated by the php to output a different layout for the single post view.

    I think you can strip the lightbox functionality from single post view but i’ll need to check with another of the support crew for the specifics.




    awesome please let me know what you can find


    Hi EriDesign,

    I’m going to tag Devin on this thread so he can easily get back with you.




    Hi EriDesign,

    You can add the following to your avia.js:

    jQuery('.single-post .post-entry .slideshow').find('img').unwrap();




    Tried that and it did not change anything! Is there a specific spot i need to add the code at? I added it at the very bottom of the avia.js file!


    Hey EriDesign,

    The class might need to be adjusted for your site then. Can you give a link to the page type you want the lightbox stripped from?




    Hello Devin,

    i have successfully removed the light-box from all posts.

    Still have not figured hiding the image though!

    Could i PM you temp admin access so you can take a look for yourself and see if i am putting the code wrong.

    If yes do you need CPanel login as well?

    Thank you


    Hi EriDesign,

    Sure thing, You can send the information to my email at DevinVinson (at) Make sure to include a link to this topic so that my spam filter doesn’t grab it :)

    I don’t need cpanel, just wordpress admin.



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