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  • #15554

    Dear Friends,

    i am using the great Propulsion Theme on

    http://www.AkashaYogaAcademy.com

    There are a few nice options around the Captions of Banner Photos,

    but the Layout possibilities are actually extremely poor.

    it seems not even possible to insert a Line Break !

    not to mention where exactly to place the text, etc. etc.

    Any advice of how to do this in a simple straight forward way,

    ideally with out fiddling around in the css ?

    THX A LOT for supporting !

    Loving wishes,

    burken

    (ps: the ones on my page now are done with photoshop)

    B.L (Email address hidden if logged out)

    #87969

    Hi psteinweber,

    The caption options that are in the tabs are the only ones available. You can use html/css with classes to style the Caption Text field but there aren’t any other available options for the actual layout of the captions.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #87970

    THX for the quick reply, Devin !

    could you please provide some basic & clear hints to a beginner

    where and how exactly to apply your recommendation:

    > You can use html/css with classes to style the Caption Text field…

    - just some very simple layouting: line breaks, position top/bottom

    …making them Somehow look similar to what i tediously produced in photoshop

    http://www.AkashaYogaAcademy.com

    (and another unrelated detail:

    where / how can i remove the RSS feed button

    in the VERY low end, right hand corner of every page ?

    (i cannot find it in the widget area

    and in the theme options i only found the place to enter the URL…) )

    THX a lot for your kind support !

    b

    #87971

    For the RSS icon in the socket Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    #socket .rss {
    display: none;
    }

    Getting the captions styled similar to your current images isn’t very simple actually. You would be better off (and save a lot of time) just using those images with text in the image.

    Regards,

    Devin

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