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  • #26284

    If you visit http://kooksjournal.net/category/featured/

    you willl notice that the posts that has captions turned on cover the images in a way that it is impossible to see the image. Is there a way to have the captions turned on but not cover the entire image like that?

    #129932

    Hi ozgurpolat,

    The only thing to do would be to hide the captions in the blog view like that or to remove your captions/make them shorter.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #129933

    Hi Devin

    How do I hide the captions in the blog view. Hiding is not removing?

    If I could change the color of the caption background and make it a bit more trandparent this could also be a solution but I am unable to change the color. In another question I asked how I can move the caption title, anf using the same code I tried to change the color. but it did not work. Somehow default color seem to be loaded sfter the custom color.

    #129934

    Hi,

    You can remove it with this.

    .archive.category .slideshow_caption {
    display: none !important;
    }

    Add the code on your custom.css or quick CSS.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #129935

    Hi Ismael, Thank you very much, this works really well. Just one more question if it is not too much, How can I do the same with “Blog Layout – Full sized entries” and “Blog Layout – Half sized entries” on the front page. I am having the same problem when I turn on the captions.

    I tried to find out myself but non of the selectors I tried worked.

    #129936

    You can see it on the front page here;

    http://kooksjournal.net/

    I think the code above turns off the captions for “Blog Layout – half sized entries” but not full.

    You can see that it is turned off here:

    http://kooksjournal.net/category/featured/

    And when you visit the post the caption is there, which is the desired result:

    http://kooksjournal.net/caption-post/

    #129937

    Hi,

    You can use this

    .blog .slideshow_caption {
    display: none !important;
    }

    or to turn them off entirely please use this

    .slideshow_caption {
    display: none !important;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #129938

    Thank you very much, both works perfectly fine, and that’s all I need.

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