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human88 Purchased

hello, again!

I want to make the title or the caption of the image in colorbox visible on a gallery-page?

thanks ;)

EugeneO

You would have to add a title attribute to the two image links in page-gallery.php.

The two lines are:

<a class="hover-icon" rel="lightbox" href="<?php echo $image_src[0]; ?>"></a>

and…

<a class="image-direct-link" rel="lightbox" href="<?php echo $image_src[0]; ?>"></a>

You can echo the $alt_text variable inside the title attribute to output the image caption.

Example:
<a class="hover-icon" rel="lightbox" href="<?php echo $image_src[0]; ?>" title="<?php echo $alt_text; ?>"></a>

How does one change the order of the images? They seem to be descending by upload date, new photos just added to the bottom. Is there a way to dictate this order, or at the very least, reverse it to make the newest photos appear at the top?

Thanks!

EugeneO

Images shown on the gallery page template can be rearranged by dragging and dropping them into order in the Media Library window.

Click the Add Media button then select “Uploaded to this page” from the drop down menu. Reorder the images (it will save the order automatically when you release each image.

Hi, Is there an easy way to change the font? cheers,

Gavin

EugeneO

Any font changes have to be done through CSS in the style.css of a child theme.

winoldi Purchased

EugeneO, love this theme. have used it for a long time.

I recently dawned on me that I should link the home slider images to their respective pages. I cant seem to get that working.

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winoldi Purchased

.. ok I am out

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winoldi Purchased

.. ok, I am out, I have no idea what you are talking about

EugeneO

The change you would have to make would be in the page-home.php template file. You would have to identify the slide image in the template code and wrap the image in an HTML link that links to the image’s attachment page (assuming that is what you are trying to link to).

The line of code that outputs the image is very easy to find as it the only <img/> in the template.

http://pastebin.com/5uHuQTgz

This is the exact line you would need to replace the existing image with:

http://pastebin.com/CGV2csnz

The above is completely untested and I can not offer any guarantees it will work. If it doesn’t you will have to investigate it yourself.
winoldi Purchased

Eugenio, I would like to use a contact form in the image sidebar. When does a page become an ‘image attachment page’ which shows a widget? I cant get the ‘proper contact form’ widget to display anywhere but in 404 pages..

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EugeneO

EDIT:

The portfolio item template sidebar does not contain a widget area. You would have to add one manually. Add this to functions.php (preferably in a child theme):

http://pastebin.com/yeUabDth

Add this to single-portfolio.php inside .widget-sidebar. I would put it immediately before the <>/ul>:
<?php if ( !function_exists('dynamic_sidebar') || !dynamic_sidebar( __( 'Portfolio Sidebar', 'raw_theme' ) ) ) { ?>
<?php } ?>
winoldi Purchased

EugeneO, I have used Franklyn for a year or so. I am am still very happy with the no-nonsense, well-laid-out front end/interface.

I would like to change the type (and charactersize) for the menu and overlay though. How can I do that?

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EugeneO

It’s impossible to make a theme that caters to everyone’s wishes. You may want the home page slider to link directly to portfolio items where as someone else would not. When you try to please everyone you end up with a bloated theme that is complicated to use because of it’s complexity, so I have made design decisions along the way to keep things simple. Some of those decisions you will agree with, some you won’t.

The two changes you have posted about wouldn’t take much CSS knowledge and reading for you to complete as I have already given you the code to add the slider link (despite saying I wouldn’t). You can find plenty of tutorials online explaining how to change the fonts as it’s basic CSS. I provided the two links to get you started and you probably wouldn’t need much more than those as they explain it pretty well.

Unfortunately I do not have time to take on any freelance customization work however you will certainly be able to find someone on Envato Studio who will do it for you should you not wish to do it yourself.

http://studio.envato.com/
EugeneO

For the slider link:

  • Make sure you have a backup of you existing child theme
  • On your computer, copy page-home.php to your child theme.
  • Open the new version of the template
  • Replace this line: http://pastebin.com/5uHuQTgz with this: http://pastebin.com/CGV2csnz
  • Compress your new child theme in a .zip.
  • Delete the old version of the child theme from your WordPress site.
  • Install and activate the new version of the child theme.

Again the code is untested so it might not even work.

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winoldi Purchased

EugeneO, I understand your point about bloated themes. Thanks for the extra tutorial and links.

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