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    Hi, i’ve been trying to customize Coalition with success until now and i’ve been using what i’ve read here as help . I Have some questions i hope you don’t mind to answer.


    1.- I Have elements in 4 toogles. Is there a way to change the color of each toggler separately?

    2.- Could you put a different image inside each one?

    3.- how can you control de distance between the toogles when they are closed?

    4.- how can you change the width or the color of the background when the toogle is open?

    5.- Is there a maximun width for pictures that you put inside toogles?


    1.- How do you control the size of thumbnails in the picture gallery or portafolio

    2.- How do you change the size of featured image in blog?

    Thanks very very much. I have more questions but i’ll keep trying.



    Hi Rodrigo,

    1 – Unfortunately no there isn’t. The toggles don’t have individual css selectors that will let you choose the styling for each.

    2 – An image should be doable. Just insert the image into the shortcode where the text should be.

    3 – Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    #top .js_active .toggler {
    padding: 3px 3px 5px 27px;

    Then adjust the padding values as needed.

    4 – Same as #1.

    5 – It would depend on the container but generally 577px is the width of the container on the one page portfolio layout of the site.

    For Thumbnails, the number of columns you choose determines the size of the thumbnails.

    On the blog, it depends on where you want to change the size but either of them must be done in the actual theme files by modifying the code that outputs the blog or single post.




    Thanks very much Devin. And sorry for duplicating the post but i was kinda stressed last thursday.

    The only thing would be more info on where to change the size of the featured image in blog.

    Thanks again.



    You can use to change the image dimensions used for the layouts. Some css may or may not still be needed depending on what you want to change with the size. If you are trying to go smaller then it will definitely be needed.

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