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    Is there anyway of controlling which related posts appear at the bottom of a post?

    There seems to be no way of choosing which posts appear or how many.

    Also, is there a way of preventing auto-hyphenation when setting body text in posts to justify?




    I also have another issue…

    When I add an link to an image, it pushes all the following content to the next line. How can I stop this happening?




    the related post query can be found in includes/related-posts.php – the related posts are selected by tags (same tag like current post makes a post related). The query:


    asks for random posts but you can set the “orderby” to date or title, etc. too. Corona is optimized for 3 related posts – more or less posts may require major css/html adjustments.

    As far as I know there’s no way to adjust the text behaviour for “justify”. Maybe you can use css attributes like “word-wrap” or “word-break”.

    Maybe you need to set the image alignment to “left” or “right” instead of “center” or “no alignment” when you insert the image into the content?


    Hey Dude –

    Thanks for your help. Really appreciate it. Hyphens and related posts sorted!

    The problem with the adding links to images seems to be Corona specific. I have pasted the same html code into another wordpress template and it displays without forcing the content onto the next line.

    Specifically, I have created 6 bespoke buttons that I want to appear on a single line, which works until I add a link to them.

    I have gone through the CSS but can’t find the code that is affecting this.


    Can you post a link to a page where the problem occurs?


    Hey Dude –

    Here is a link to a page where we are experiencing this problem:

    The three images at the bottom of the page are supposed to display in a single line and they do until we assign a link to the images at which point they each start to display on a new separate line.


    Please add following code to css/custom.css:

    a img {
    display: inline;


    Thanks Dude – that did it!


    Glad that I could help you :)

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