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  • #23993

    vmr907
    Participant

    Hello,

    I have a few questions. I have installed your theme on my site earpeeler.com, if you scroll down on the page each individual news story comes up, but the image that comes up for each news piece is way too big for my liking. Is there a way to modify the image size?

    Also, when you click on a post, the first line to appear is This post was originally published on this site, which the previous theme I was using, I was able to move this line to the end of post instead of the beginning. Is this possible?

    Is it possible to display my logo in a slightly bigger fashion?

    Lastly, I am using a plugin called WP Page-Navi to display previous pages, is it possible to use this same plugin with your theme?

    Thank you in advance for your assistance.

    #24022

    acmesupports
    Moderator

    Hello vmr907,
    Thank you so much for using SuperNews theme.
    1. Kindly check the options for Image size inside the Blog Archive options inside Customizer. If the available image size is not suitable for you, you need to regenerate the thumbnail of image using Regenerate Thumbnail Plugins. Before using the plugin, you need to set the size of image via Settings > Media.
    2. Can you please elaborate the issues about the click on a post?
    3. You need to change the logo size via codes, acmethemes/core.php Check custom-logo section and change height and width of it.

    Thank you

    #24039

    vmr907
    Participant

    By looking at my old functions.php I am seeing that the developers of WP RSS Aggregator instructed me to add this to the file:

    add_filter( ‘wprss_ftp_post_args’, ‘my_custom_post_args’, 10, 2 );
    function my_custom_post_args( $post, $feed_source ) {
    $new_post = $post;
    $new_post[‘post_title’] = get_the_title( $feed_source ) . ‘ ‘ . $new_post[‘post_title’];
    return $new_post;
    }

    add_filter( ‘wprss_ftp_add_source_link_method’, ‘my_move_source_link’ );
    function my_move_source_link($loc) {
    return ‘after’;
    }

    Would I be able to add this to the functions.php with your plugin?

    #24048

    vmr907
    Participant

    Hello,

    I have been able to adjust the logo in the core.php, and have also added the code I posted above to the function.php which worked. Here are the questions I have at this point:

    1. Before uploading images to my site, I scale them to 300×300, there are some exceptions where the original is wider, so I maintain proportions with the height being 300. That said, the images are being made quite a bit larger when they are displayed on the homepage. Images that are 300×300 are appearing quite bigger on the homepage, and within single posts.

    Here is an example of a single post where the logo for Noisey is supposed to appear at a size of 300×300:

    http://earpeeler.com/2018/01/10/noisey-kurupt-fm-on-blazing-dr-drake-and-fizzy-piss-the-noisey-questionnaire-of-life/

    2. Is there a quick way to change all of the colors associated to each category? I changed them one at a time, and it took me a very long time to do so.

    3. As mentioned above, I was able to correctly move the text with the links back to the original source of material I am posting. The links within the sentence are black, is there a way to change the color of just the links in the sentence to the standar blue for a hyperlink?

    The text looks like this:

    This post was originally published on this site

    the words post and this site are the hyperlinks.

    Thank you again for all of your help.

    #24053

    Acme Themes
    Keymaster

    Hello Hello vmr907,

    Here are answers of your support request:

    1. The theme is made for full width image, but you can use the following custom CSS for smaller image:

    #primary .post-thumb img {
        width: auto;
    }
    article.post .post-content, 
    article.page .post-content {
        margin: 0;
    }
    

    It will work both home/archive pages and single post too

    2. Category color can be change using the following custom CSS:

    .post-thumb .cat-links > a{
      color: #color-code;
      background-color : #color-code
    }

    change color code as you want.

    3.Link color custom CSS:

    a {
        color: blue;
    }

    Best Request!
    Acme Themes

    #24078

    vmr907
    Participant

    Thank you very much for your help.

    1. Worked perfectly, exactly what I wanted.

    2. Under Customizing > Layout/Design Option > Category Color Options I have #978b8b as color and #2d2d2d as the hover color is there anyway to switch those without having to adjust each one individually? I am looking to switch on color for the other.

    3. This changes all of the links to blue, which I actually don’t want, I want just the links in that phrase to change, if possible? Being that the phrase pertains to a filter that is added to the functions.php, would I have to adjust the filter in order for it to appear in that manner?

    4. Is there a way to incorporate a search option to the menu bar?

    5. With my previous theme I incorporated a plugin that allows me to display page numbers at the bottom instead of older posts/newer posts, is it possible to use the plugin with this theme?

    Thank you again, after having to continuously fight with the developers of my previous theme, I am very appreciative of the fact that Acme has been an immense help.

    #24093

    Acme Themes
    Keymaster

    Hello vmr907,

    Here are answers of your support request:
    1. Good to know the problem solved
    2. There may be way but using the theme options itself is easiest way => Customizing > Layout/Design Option > Category Color Options
    3. Select a selector of div or in general you can use the following custom CSS:

    .entry-content a {
        color: blue;
    }

    4. The only option is to customize the theme
    5. It may or may not work, you can try

    Thanks!

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by  Acme Themes.
    #24138

    vmr907
    Participant

    I’m kind of lost with the responses, what numbers do yours responses actually answer? I responded that point one was taken care of, yet you guys responded with something pertaining to it. Does that answer fit point 2?

    Also, are some of these options available if I upgrade to the pro version of the theme?

    #24164

    Acme Themes
    Keymaster

    sorry vmr907,
    we did skip the point number one and started with point number two, now it is corrected, please view about response.
    3 and 5 is available in pro version by default without using extra plugin.

    Thanks!

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