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Did this feature request ever go anywhere?
I can’t find any plugin that will display the random posts in the same way (horizontal) as the theme and I dont have the skills to write the required code.
Anybody managed to achieve this? I need it for an archive site that is no longer posting regularly.
Thanks in advance.
I have tried that but the simple approach didnt work except for wide page template. I’ve got a sort of makeshift, doesnt always work but looks vaguely acceptable sort of fix up at the moment.
Woocommerce is way better out of the box than The Cartpress which I had used before, but woocommerce support and plugins are so expensive especially for something like a charity/ngo.
I have no PHP skills so it’s maybe more work than I want/need to do to make it really really slick.
I’ll try and move them over to Grow this year but they are not keen on the design of it (although I like it very much – see our new home at alekovo.com)
(PS: did you see the email I sent you about RTL Lush??)
Ùnderstood Tim – many thanks.
That worked – fantastic
Thank you so much.
As it (hyphenisation) seems to happen by default (whether you want it or not) would you make that an option in a future version?
Is there likely to be a change to remove this auto-hyphenation in the next version?
I used Sermon Manager for an archive project I inherited that was built around a customised 2010 theme I. I quickly switched the whole thing over to XI simply because it just DOES THINGS BETTER. It did need a lot of tweaking to look / play nice and Jack Lamb was very helpful (as were you Tim).
Great that you are contributing to Sermon Manager Tim – “iron sharpens iron”.
errrrr – do I need to add a class in the CSS somewhere? And presumably put an appropriate icon in with all the others, right?
I do appreciate that Tim and agree about educating clients. However they have been insistent and it was mainly about the “blind spot” I mentioned. They were happy with the wider logo as it appeared on most mobile platforms (but I wasn’t / am not).
To appease them I have fiddled and tweaked and used the logo settings for mobile devices (extend/layout.css) in my custom CSS and that – together with reducing the width as much as possible) has resolved their issue. When the current “webmaster” retires I feel sure that the new incumbent will accept the default theme functionality very readily and revert to it.
Thanks again for everything you do to support so many ministries – a real blessing.
Tim, I’m facing a similar issue as the client wants a full width header/logo that is also responsive.
I’ve got a 1000px png header which responds great at most mobile or large monitor or laptop screen sizes, but there is the equivalent of a “blind spot” at a kindle sort of size.
I appreciate your previous response to Marsha, but can you offer any advice?
Sorry Tim, missed your reply
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No, I thought it was only happening to text within sections, but in fact it is not. I have been through and made sure that each para is preceded with
<p style="text-align: left;">but it is still happening.
It’s not super critical but hyphenation is just one of those very personal things.
I will unhide the site I am working on now so you can see.
I’m using Xi 3.6 with a child theme.
What am I missing? I cannot see the option to make a post “sticky” when I add/edit a post
Ah OK – thanks Tim – I had better scrub round that altogether then.
Did NOT work when added to the child theme style.css through the editor
DID WORK when added to the MISC/Custom CSS in the Child Theme Options
Many thanks Tim