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- BrendonNovember 30, 2017 at 9:59 pmReply to: Features – alphabetised?
Thanks! You’re brilliant.
In truth I hadn’t thought of the quick edit…
Thanks for that!
-BrendonBrendonOctober 12, 2016 at 1:47 amReply to: Prettypicture- how to apply to all pics in posts?
I have one more question….my apologies!
In blog posts, clicking the featured image doesn’t go to the prettyphoto lightbox as it does in the portfolio.
Is this a new development or has it always been like this?
In my muddled memory I had thought the featured blog image DID pop up in the lightbox.BrendonOctober 11, 2016 at 10:44 pmReply to: Has Social Media share title format changed
I’ll have to switch off the likely culprit before writing the next post to see changes, I imagine disabling a plugin won’t erase the tags it’s generated.
I’m guessing the guilty plugin must have updated itself and is acting differently.
Thanks again, A+ advice.
-BrendonBrendonOctober 11, 2016 at 6:29 amReply to: Has Social Media share title format changed
However, I’ve discovered one page which has the same sort of meta content but it still shares the old way. I don’t know what’s different about it…
http://thecartoonist.net/the-camera-tells-tall-tales/BrendonSeptember 6, 2016 at 9:02 amReply to: Subscribe to projects as well as posts?
It looks like feeedly is now slowly catching up on the featured images, though there’s quite a delay.
The merged RSS is infinitely slower and is still fairly short of images . Interesting.
Thanks again, great help!BrendonSeptember 6, 2016 at 8:21 amReply to: Subscribe to projects as well as posts?
Thanks tons for the reply!
The plugin is interesting, it works for some things and not for others. It worked well for mail chimp but didn’t send the featured image to feedly.
Mail chimp was happy as larry with the portfolio address! Thanks a bunch.BrendonSeptember 6, 2016 at 8:00 amReply to: Subscribe to projects as well as posts?
It appears that at one time the portfolio was considered a custom post type and it could be included in feeds by adding code to the function.php.
There looks to be absolutely no current info on this however, and the system has since changed.
It’s interesting the portfolio still has comment capabilities but no longer has a subscribe function, both would seem to belong together.
I’d love to find an answer for this one!
It’s good that portfolio and blog posts are accessed and stored on separate pages, but it would seem a good thing if both could still be followed, with updates sent to subscribers…BrendonSeptember 6, 2016 at 4:12 amReply to: Subscribe to projects as well as posts?
Dang, it seems while “feedly” can read the */portfolio subdirectory, neither mailchimp nor an RSS combiner could read the directory.BrendonSeptember 6, 2016 at 3:59 amReply to: Subscribe to projects as well as posts?
Okay, I think I’ve found what I’m looking for. These posts are stored in the */portfolio/ subdirectory rather than the */posts/ subdirectory. Combining them into one subscription is most likely within mailchimp settings or somesuch. I’ll have to delve further to see what happens with RSS.BrendonSeptember 6, 2016 at 12:04 amReply to: Prettypicture- how to apply to all pics in posts?
Thanks again, it worked like a charm.
In case any one else had to sort this one out, after updating the theme go to the map widget you’d inserted to you site and you’ll find a new field at the top of its settings.
Brill!BrendonSeptember 5, 2016 at 8:28 amReply to: Prettypicture- how to apply to all pics in posts?
Works brilliantly. That’s perfect!BrendonSeptember 5, 2016 at 8:20 amReply to: Prettypicture- how to apply to all pics in posts?
Thanks so very much!
I’m very, very pleased with the options this theme gives.
Cheers!BrendonSeptember 5, 2016 at 4:29 amReply to: Prettypicture- how to apply to all pics in posts?
Forgot to mention the featured image is of Portfolio posts rather than blogs.