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  • #7670

    I don’t know what I did, or what happened, but my blog posts used to show the full posts. Now it only shows the beginning of the post. I like to include images in my blog posts, and would like for these to be shown with the full blog post. Can you help me get it back to the way I had it originally so that entire blog posts can be seen and scrolled? thanks. http://www.Skidmorephotography.com

    #58848

    Hey,

    I believe this can help you. Be sure to back files up before changing/overwriting them – just in case.

    #58849

    Chris, I tried everything from that post but its not working that well. The code you directed me to just makes the posts wider, but still doesn’t show their content. I am going to leave it with that code in so you can see what I mean. http://www.Skidmorephotography.com/blog

    I don’t mind it being this wide, although when I first installed the Flashlight Theme, it was narrow, but still showed the pictures in the posts. I tried the other suggestions in that thread as well, and none of them seemed to work for me. Please help, I am almost finished, this is the last thing I need to fix before I can consider it “done”. Thanks!

    -Matt

    #58850

    Wow, your posts have turned extremely wide, I’d revert to what it was before your edit, some parts even go off screen for me.

    I’m going to redirect you again, (sorry ;p) this should really do the trick. I enjoy this one myself when playing around with the theme.

    Let me know if it works :)

    #58851

    Okay, yes, this does work, and I can now see all text, but my main goal is to show the pictures that are attached in the posts without having to view each individual post. For example, the top blog post has a video attached to it, and I would like this to be seen without having to go to the individual post. All of my posts will have images attached as I am a photographer, and I really need them to be on the main blog page instead of individual posts. I have scoured through the posts to see if I could find something that works, and I have tried many different things, but can’t seem to get it right. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    -Matt

    #58852

    ^^^^^help please. images on the posts. really need to get this working so i can publish again. thanks.

    #58853

    In includes/loop-index.php replace:

    if(is_search() || avia_is_overview())
    {
    the_excerpt();
    }
    else
    {
    the_content(__('Read more →','avia_framework'));
    }

    with:

    if(is_search())
    {
    the_excerpt();
    }
    else
    {
    the_content(__('Read more →','avia_framework'));
    }

    and:

    //embeded list gallery
    if(is_single() && strpos($avia_config['layout'],'attached_images') !== false )
    {
    new avia_embed_images();
    }

    //embeded 3 column gallery
    if(is_single() && strpos($avia_config['layout'],'three_column') !== false )
    {
    new avia_three_column();
    }

    //embeded list gallery
    if(is_single() && strpos($avia_config['layout'],'gallery_shortcode') !== false )
    {
    global $gallery_active;
    if(!$gallery_active) echo do_shortcode('[gallery force="avia"]');
    }

    with:

    //embeded list gallery
    if(strpos($avia_config['layout'],'attached_images') !== false )
    {
    new avia_embed_images();
    }

    //embeded 3 column gallery
    if(strpos($avia_config['layout'],'three_column') !== false )
    {
    new avia_three_column();
    }

    //embeded list gallery
    if(strpos($avia_config['layout'],'gallery_shortcode') !== false )
    {
    global $gallery_active;
    if(!$gallery_active) echo do_shortcode('[gallery force="avia"]');
    }

    #58854

    That did it. Thank you very much. I can consider the site Done. Thanks.

    #58855

    Glad that I could help you :)

    #58856

    Hi Dude – I’ve just read through this thread, and made the changes to loop-index.php, and it does what Skid wants, but my request is a little different.

    I’d like to include images in the /blog page, but I don’t want the full blogpost on there – just the summary.

    Also, is there an easy way to put a *different* image on /blog to the image that appears in the corresponding full blogpost.

    Many thanks,

    Sakhr.

    #58857

    In this case you just need to replace:

    and:

    //embeded list gallery
    if(is_single() && strpos($avia_config['layout'],'attached_images') !== false )
    {
    new avia_embed_images();
    }

    //embeded 3 column gallery
    if(is_single() && strpos($avia_config['layout'],'three_column') !== false )
    {
    new avia_three_column();
    }

    //embeded list gallery
    if(is_single() && strpos($avia_config['layout'],'gallery_shortcode') !== false )
    {
    global $gallery_active;
    if(!$gallery_active) echo do_shortcode('[gallery force="avia"]');
    }

    with:

    //embeded list gallery
    if(strpos($avia_config['layout'],'attached_images') !== false )
    {
    new avia_embed_images();
    }

    //embeded 3 column gallery
    if(strpos($avia_config['layout'],'three_column') !== false )
    {
    new avia_three_column();
    }

    //embeded list gallery
    if(strpos($avia_config['layout'],'gallery_shortcode') !== false )
    {
    global $gallery_active;
    if(!$gallery_active) echo do_shortcode('[gallery force="avia"]');
    }

    It’s not easily possible to use different images though.

    #58858

    This is exactly what I was looking to do.

    I made the two changes and I am still not getting the entire post and the attached images are not showing as a grid below like it is showing for http://skidmorephotography.com/blog/

    I am customizing my layouts for my site before populating with my content and publishing, so I am currently using the stock content that comes with flashlight install.

    The post titled “Entry with gallery attached” does not show the grid of images, and the posts have the “Read more ->” at the bottom.

    Has something changed in Flashlight that this mod no longer works?

    Thanks a bunch.

    -J

    #58859

    Hey,

    Please add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS:

    .template-blog.template-blog-overview.content img {
    max-width: 100%;
    height: auto;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

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