responsive posts display issue on mobile view
With the option to show blog posts selected (Franz Josef Options / Front Page), class “item-wrap” gets very skinny and each excerpt is one character wide as viewed on iPhone 6. I added this code to custom CSS
but the container class doesn’t automatically start a new row.
Thank you for your help.AdminAdminAdmin
Kyle, can you try and visit the theme’s live preview site and let me know if you’re seeing the same issue? The live preview site uses the latest development version of the theme that incorporates all the latest fixes which has not been released yet. http://demo.graphene-theme.com/franz-josef/
We’re looking at some time this week as there are still a few things that we need to do before we release the update.
The two button design is not hardcoded in the theme, but something that you can achieve with a combination of setting the slider to display full post content, and manually adding the buttons (just a standard link with special class attributes) into the post content.
okay. I’m not sure if i should open this in another thread, but it’s sort of related.
Two things to do with the main page “latest posts”:
-they won’t go away, even if i set the homepage to a static page (they just display under the page). The rest of the site looks fine on mobile, but I wish i could turn the latest posts off on the main page so i don’t need to worry about the mobile problem until it is fixed by an update. Here’s a pic:
-because the featured images on my posts are different sizes and dimensions, the boxes don’t line up. Is there a way for you guys to set a default thumbnail size and just zoom the image to cover it if it’s too small? It would make the front end look a lot better.Admin
You can disable the listing of posts on the front page from Franz Josef Options > General > Front Page.
As for the misaligned posts, the next update will include Masonry layout which basically fills up the empty vertical spaces and doesn’t require the size of the posts (affected by image size, title length, and excerpt length) to be the same.
Here’s roughly how it’ll look like:
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