Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)
  • Author
  • #29563


    I need some posts to be isolated from others and I think I can make them as Portfolio entries. Besides, I need them properly categorized.

    Most of them do not have an image and I want to show them as “Single author with small preview”. I can do it with Blog Posts shortcode / Content Element.

    My problems are:

    1. There is an alignment problem (bug?) when using Single Author Small Preview blog style with portfolio entries. That does not happen with normal posts. (

    – How can I fix this?

    2. When displaying a portfolio category, the only available style is the portfolio grid. However, when some portfolio entry has a long title, the boxes are displayed with different heights. (

    – Would it be possible to apply a different default blog style to them?

    – If not, how can I fix the different heights problem of the portfolio grid?

    3. As portfolio post titles are shown in (default) header, a long title and the breadcrumb are superposed. (

    – How can I fix this?

    4. I can change the “portfolio-item” slug, but portfolio categories are important to me.

    – How should I change the “portfolio_entries” slug?

    5. Another possible solution for above problems would be using a real Custom Post Type, leaving portfolio features for their own purpose.

    – Would you have any ideas for this alternative?

    6. I need some Entypo icons not available to the theme. They seem to be commented in entypo-fontello-charmap-unmod.php

    – Is there a way to make them available?

    Thank you!



    I’ll post the solutions as i found them:

    2, This code will equalize the heights:

    .grid-entry .inner-entry{ min-height: 75px; }

    3, This code will put the breadcrumb trail above the title:

    .breadcrumb-trail{ position: static; }

    5, Yes if you know how to properly do it, i think that would work.






    2. That works!

    3. That did not work… Nothing changed. Another suggestion?


    5. Still looking for an alternative solution.



    1. Solved with
    .template-blog .portfolio .entry-content-wrapper{ overflow:hidden; }
    Other layouts may require similar correction.

    2. Solved, see above post

    3. Unsolved, see above

    4. and 5.
    Solved with Custom Post Type UI plugin (
    .template-blog .my_custom_type .entry-content-wrapper{ overflow:hidden; }

    6. Unsolved



    3) I had the same problem on my website and solved it with following css code

    .title_container .main-title {
    width: 100%;
    margin-bottom: 35px;
    .title_container .breadcrumb {
    top: auto;
    bottom: 10%;

    It will extend the title container to 100% and push the breadcrumb to the bottom – i.e. like here: (Purchase code hidden if logged out)(Purchase code hidden if logged out) /

    Josue’s code should also work but maybe you need to add an !important tag like

    .title_container .breadcrumb {
    position: static !important;

    6) Not right now but we’ll release an update next week (Enfold 2.3) which allows you to upload ANY icon font zip file you generated with: and the theme will then allow you to select your uploaded font icons too.


Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)

The topic ‘Using Portfolio for Custom Post Types’ is closed to new replies.