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  • #4944

    Hey again,

    On my homepage, http://touchAholics.com, you can see that where the posts are listed below the featured section, there are small images/thumbnails.

    How do I make these smaller? I tend to use long article titles so they go over a few lines. I tried changing the dimensions a little for one piece of code, but when I set a new featured image it still display as 180×180, so it gets cut off.

    Please help me ASAP!

    Thanks,

    Daven

    #48238

    Hey,

    in style.css add following code to the very bottom and adjust width+ height:

    .entry-previewimage, .entry-previewimage a {
    width: 90px;
    height: 90px;
    }

    #48239

    Hi,

    Thanks again Dude! However, my post titles (still on the homepage) are still cramped into a smaller width? There’s a large white space to the right as shown in the image below:

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    How can I make the post title (and article content) expand across that extra width?

    Thanks,

    Daven

    #48240

    Hi,

    I believe Dude thought you wanted to adjust the thumbnail size – as did I. To change the post width you can find .entry-content{ … } in your style.css and change the width from 350px to 450px. This should solve your issue. You can play around with the size.

    #48241

    Hey guys,

    I was looking both answers, thanks!

    May I also ask how to add another post beneath the featured area? Currently it displays 3 posts, then it goes onto listing them in two columns. How do I change it to get rid off the first row of the two collumns and replace it with another post?

    Thanks,

    Daven

    #48242

    You can control how many posts are displayed fullwidth and how many display in two columns. You can adjust two values:

    1) Go to Settings > Reading – you can adjust the total amount of posts per page here

    2) Go to Newscast Options – you’ll see an “Article Appearance” option field there. You can set the amount of “fullwidth” articles here.

    #48243

    Thanks Dude and Chris!

    #48244

    Glad that we could help you :)

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