June 14, 2016 at 8:40 pm #18315
Could you tell me how to get the Front-page-9 area to display 3 horizontal featured posts? They are vertical, and shouldn’t be. Also, it doesn’t offer the 247×125 image that needs to be in that space. It only offers a thumbnail and 3 other very large sizes.
I just installed it all here:
http://dev-dara-albright.pantheonsite.io/June 14, 2016 at 10:15 pm #18322EricCustomer
That particular widget area is a Full Width area, and since the Genesis Featured Posts widget is designed to show “Vertical” posts by default, you would either have to add your own CSS to override it or use a plugin like this – https://github.com/calliaweb/featured-custom-post-type-widget-for-genesis/archive/master.zip
This plugin is what a lot of Genesis users use to enhance the Featured Posts of the Genesis Framework. With this plugin, you can add multiple rows without needing to add any code. Download it and set the amount of Columns you want to appear and it should work – https://github.com/calliaweb/featured-custom-post-type-widget-for-genesis/archive/master.zip
Here is where it comes from – https://github.com/calliaweb/featured-custom-post-type-widget-for-genesis There are other Developers who have their own version as well, but this should work fine.
I wish they would add the Multi Column Feature as an option in the Genesis Framework’s Featured Posts area. That would be great 🙂
I create awesome sites for awesome people! Contact me if interested – firstname.lastname@example.orgJune 15, 2016 at 3:15 pm #18332
Oh okay. I was expecting the theme to have the exact format as the demo. The demo shows the layout as being horizontal. If someone has the code figured out already that would be great. It always helps for the theme to come packaged as the demo shows so there aren’t any surprises and so I’m not having to write additional code just to get it that way.
I’ll use the plugin for now, but will eventually have to write the code instead of relying on the plugin. Thank you very much for your suggestion.June 16, 2016 at 9:46 pm #18351EricCustomer
They’re actually using that same Plugin inside the demo. It’s mentioned in the Docs that it’s being used here – http://appfinite.com/theme-setup/aspire-theme-setup/#plu
Of course you can always write your own code if you prefer not to use it.
I create awesome sites for awesome people! Contact me if interested – email@example.comJune 17, 2016 at 3:49 pm #18363
ahh, okay. Yes, I wouldn’t have been reading the documents for another theme. I will try the plugin, and as long as its nice and light weight, I’ll push back the need to write the code to display a 3 widget section. If I do write the code, I’ll post it back here.June 18, 2016 at 12:44 pm #18366
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