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    Hey again,

    On my homepage,, 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!





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

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



    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:


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





    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.


    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?




    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.


    Thanks Dude and Chris!


    Glad that we could help you :)

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