27 Mar 2015 at 10:57 #10078
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After searching, I would like to asking you 2 things concerning blog page:
– Is it possible to view images in the post excerpt??
>I don’t want to use Featured images (otherwise i must modified 500 post!).
I just want to show image that is present in the post, on the excerpt.
– And is it possible to have the same post structure than the classic blog post for the custom post used with Shortcode?
> I would like to reproduce your featured blog example (for the “featured header” which is present in all blog pages), but the excerpt are too “small”…
Otherwise, if there is a way to display a “featured header” in all pages of blog without touching the structure of post, I’m interested :)
Hope you can help!
Thank you in advance,
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Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.28 Mar 2015 at 16:02 #10095
- Images in excerpt: Yes, you can place custom HTML into “Excerpt” field for your posts, so it displays the images. Otherwise the HTML from auto-generated excerpts is tripped out by WordPress itself. You can enable it, but you need to know what you’re doing or you might end up with errors in your website’s HTML code. Using the WordPress native “Excerpt” field (you will need to enable it in “Screen options” on your post edit screen probably) is the way for you to go if you do not want to use featured images (however, you should reconsider this). If you are concerned about setting these featured images for your old posts on the website, please note that there is a plugin that automates the process for you – quick searching the web found these:
- Sorry, but I don’t quite understand what you actually aim for here. Do you want to display the custom header over the all posts? Or what layout you want to reproduce? Can you also provide an URL of which featured blog example you mean (there are 2 versions on ).
Oliver5 Apr 2015 at 10:40 #10202
Hi Oliver, sorry for the delay of this answer.
I will try to be more specific, google translation is sometimes a ugly friend :)
I don’t want to use featured images. I post several images in every post (I’m a painter), and I would like to see them on the blog page, in the excerpt content.
For now, I have only texts in excerpt, and this is not possible for what I want to show of my work! :)
As example, my previous theme was Anew (see attachment): it’s not a featured image we see, the image is into the post.
And I hope there is a way to obtain the same visual rendering with Mustang!!
Ideally, i would like to reproduce your featured blog template:
but without mansory style, and of course with images in the post excerpt.
I hope my explanation is more clearer! :)
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.5 Apr 2015 at 11:42 #10204
I found what I want! :)
The “status” post format is perfect for me, so I customise it (title “true”, etc..) and duplicate the .php file in others post format files.
Not the best way, I imagine, but it works like I want :)
Thank you for support!
Étien’7 Apr 2015 at 13:26 #10210
Please note that the reason why the status post format is working for you is that it displays the whole post content, not the excerpt (which was the case with your previous theme too, I guess). https://github.com/webmandesign/mustang-lite/blob/master/content-status.php#L23
I’d say you should really copy the
content.phpfile into your and play with that one rather than setting up a status format for all your posts.
Oliver9 Apr 2015 at 13:27 #10240
Hi Oliver, that’s what I do: copy content.php in my child theme!
It works like I want: you can see your theme in action just here !
Thank you again for your support, really professional!
Étienne9 Apr 2015 at 13:48 #10241
Great job on your website! Really playful effect in your intro slider!
Oliver9 Apr 2015 at 15:11 #10243
Glad you like it! :)
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