July 4, 2012 at 7:33 pm #13942
Just getting started with Angular for a client’s business site.
I am wondering how to shuffle the project description/copy to below the image/slideshow on a portfolio page. Reason for this is that we are employing five attributes and quite a bit of copy for each project/portfolio. Right now the copy runs way down the right column – not very user friendly. I’ve found a closed thread on this topic but have had no luck with both suggestions including Kriesi’s suggestion to modify layout.css. When I replace with the suggested code in layout.css, I see no changes.
Alternatively, how could I display multiple images (with option for captions) running down the right 2/3 column while the attributes and text run down the left 1/3 column? Is that possible?
I’m curious as to why there are not more options for portfolio page displays when there are sooo many cool features with this theme.
Here’s the link to closed thread > http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/change-format-of-portfolo-entries-page
Many thanks for your help!July 5, 2012 at 12:00 am #81358
Ok. I can see that the css code actually did effect the portfolio page format but only when ‘portfolio single entries show on current page’.
We want the projects to be displayed on single pages and still not having much luck figuring out how to reformat this.
When I do switch over to ‘show on current page’ the image now runs across the full width but the content still runs down the page (below the image which is great) however in a narrow column which is not desirable.
Will keep tinkering.. hope to hear back from someone who can help us!
I’d be happy to send a link to our test sight privately since it is very much under development…July 5, 2012 at 7:29 am #81359
From what I understand you want to put the content of the portfolio page under the slideshow? You can open includes folder and look for loop-portfolio-single.php. Find this code.
the_content(__('Read more →','avia_framework'));
Cut all of it and move it under this code.
</div> <!-- end navigation -->
Don’t forget to enclose it on <?php ?>. I think this is a good start.
IsmaelJuly 5, 2012 at 5:15 pm #81360
Fantastic, this worked perfectly.
Can you please also tell me how I would make this change to the portfolio that opens in the current page as well? I’m using this feature/element for a custom template page.
Thanks so much!July 12, 2012 at 4:18 pm #81361
You’ll need to do basically the same thing except in the functions.php file. You can find the function for the ajax portfolio by searching for:
DevinJuly 13, 2012 at 11:11 pm #81362
I’ve opened up functions.php and can’t find ‘inner_slide’.. I’ve looked in a few other .php files with no luck either!
I’d also like to know how to remove the ‘next entry’ and ‘previous entry’ links since there doesn’t seem to be an easy way to filter these according to the categories I’d like to display. I think I can rely on the ‘related entries’ feature instead.
Thanks so much. Appreciate your help!
Sarah/Design NerdJuly 19, 2012 at 5:51 am #81363
1) The code can be found in includes/helper-templates.php – search for following function:
2) Open up includes/loop-portfolio-single and remove following code:
<div class="eight units alpha min_height_1">
<?php echo $slideHtml; ?>
<div class='post_nav extralight-border'>
<?php previous_post_link('<span class="previous_post_link">← %link </span><span class="post_link_text">'.__('(previous entry)')."</span>"); ?>
<?php next_post_link('<span class="next_post_link"><span class="post_link_text">'.__('(next entry)').'</span> %link →</span>'); ?>
</div> <!-- end navigation -->
</div>July 28, 2012 at 8:18 pm #81364
Hi all, rather than start a new post, my issues tie in with this one I think. I have managed to use the CSS to “bump” the text below the image in the portfolio. However, I need to put all text on the same line in a small font size separated by a | . Also, the nav controls that appear above need to be bumped down as they are overlapping the top underline bar. Finally, I want to have the thumbs underneath to have both text and image click to open above. No popup window needed here. Clear as mud right?
See what I mean at guyburchak.liquidhosting.net/paintings/
Thanks a ton in advance here.
JimJuly 31, 2012 at 6:37 am #81365
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