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  • in reply to: Help with Blog Images and Dropcaps #99780

    Thanks, Nick and Ismael. Really appreciate your help. Sorry my site wasn’t loading; think that has been solved now.

    But, the dropcap issue still remains. I’ve added in the dropcaps using the shortcodes provided, and have double checked them. But, the letters are still not showing up on the page



    in reply to: Help with Blog Images and Dropcaps #99777

    Thanks, Ismael.

    I did update to version 1.9, but that didn’t help with the dropcap issue.

    Also, is there an easier way to update besides using FTP to replace things? No update button in the theme?

    in reply to: Help with Blog Images and Dropcaps #99775

    Sorry. Please disregard questions 2 and 3. I decided to delete my original posts and redo them. That seemed to fix those problems, though I’m not sure why.

    Dropcaps on main blog page is still not working. Any advice on that would be appreciated.


    in reply to: Scale Images Above Thumbnails? #99435

    Thanks for your reply, and sorry I didn’t describe it better. I’m developing the site locally, so can’t give you a link to it. How can I attach a screen shot to this post or send you a screen shot?

    If you look at your Demo site, Gallery: Full Screen, you see that the thumbnails are on top of the main image. That’s what I want to avoid. I want the entire picture to be visible, with nothing over it or blocking it.

    I’m experiencing the same issue on my test site. The thumbnails for the other gallery images are on top of the main image being viewed. What I’d like to find a way to do is make the strip of thumbnails solid (not transparent), and have the main image automatically scaled so the bottom edge of the main image is just above the strip of thumbnails. This way the entire image would be visible. This is very important for photographers, who want/need the entire image to be presented unobstructed.



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