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  • christos 9:14 pm on April 24, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved
       

      Zuki: css for removing author AND date from posts? 

      Hello all,

      I am using Zuki. I need to remove “Author” AND “Date” from all posts.

      Any ideas?

      Many thanks!

      Christos

       

       

       
      • Marc (Support-Team) 2:12 pm on April 25, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Hi Christos,

        the following additional CSS code should hide all author and date information in your website:

        .entry-author, .entry-date {
            display: none !important;
        }
        

        Best,
        Marc

    • christos 7:56 pm on March 6, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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        ZUKI: previous / next post of the same category? 

        Hi!
        Using Zuki and trying to solve the following:

        Description
        My menu items refer to categories. I.e. clicking on a menu item (=category) takes me to a space where there’s a grid with posts of that category. Clicking on a grid item takes me to a post of that category.

        Problem
        The previous/next post links (at the bottom of the post) offer posts from various categories, not just from the category I am currently reading. So, the post I am reading is in Category X, but “previous post” offers a post of Category Y and “next post” offers a post of Category Z. (Messy.)

        Question 1:
        Is there a theme-wide CSS code snippet to keep the previous/next posts within the (same) category as the post I am currently reading?

        Question 2:
        Is there a theme-wide CSS code snippet to remove the “previous/next post” links, together with the arrows and ornamental line separating the post from the footer, from the entire site?

        Many thanks!
        Christos

         
        • Marc (Support-Team) 7:48 am on March 7, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Hi Christos,

          unfortunately it isn’t possible to change the behavior of these links with CSS. The general problem lies in the possibility to assign multiple categories to your posts and that WordPress by default doesn’t know whether you want to stay within a single category while clicking through the posts.

          To implement this behavior, you’d need to adjust the code and it would only work for your special case. Please understand, that we cannot provide help for individual customizations in the forum.

          A web search for something like “post navigation stay in category” should reveal some example code, you can use. Please use a child theme for such code adjustments. A prepared child theme directory is linked in the Zuki documentation.

          2) To hide this navigation below posts on single post pages, you can use the following additional CSS code:

          .single-post .nav-wrap {
          	display: none;
          }
          

          Best,
          Marc

        • christos 9:34 pm on March 7, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Thanks Marc! Most helpful!
          I’ll go with the “path of least resistance” at the moment, namely: remove the previous/next links from all posts.
          Cheers!
          Christos

      • christos 11:11 pm on January 30, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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          Zuki: precise image specs 

          Hi everyone!

          Long story short:  in the process of creating a grid with the Post Grid plugin, I am given the following options re: size of featured image in the grid:

          Thumbnail
          Medium
          Medium Large
          Large
          Zuki Small Square
          Zuki Medium Portrait
          Zuki Medium Landscape
          Zuki FullWidth

          The image sizes of the first 3-4 options are those of the WordPress Media settings, I recognize that.

          What are the image sizes for:

          Zuki Small Square?
          Zuki Medium Portrait?
          Zuki Medium Landscape?
          Zuki FullWidth?

          I was unable to find an answer in Zuki’s Quick Image Specs, hence the question.

          Many thanks!

          Christos

           
          • Marc (Support-Team) 2:48 pm on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Hi Christos,

            these are the default image sizes provided by Zuki:
            Zuki Small Square: 120 x 120,
            Zuki Medium Portrait: 420 x 560,
            Zuki Medium Landscape: 840 x 560,
            Zuki FullWidth: 1200 x 800

            Best,
            Marc

          • christos 3:43 pm on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Thanks Marc!
            It would be very helpful to add this information in the Theme’s documentation. (So that I/we don’t bother you with petty questions like these. :)
            Cheers!
            Christos

        • christos 11:29 pm on January 7, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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            Zuki: Fonts & Shortcodes: any recommended plugins? 

            Hi,

            Fonts: I am using the Advanced Tiny MCE editor. It has various fonts but not the ones used by the Zuki theme. Is there an “add fonts” plugin that you could recommend?

            Shortcodes: Zuki has shortcode and other code (like Dropcap) suggestions that are designed to work with the theme, and I’d like to use them. However, I don’t know the first thing about code (and I suspect that I am not the only one). Is there a plugin you could recommend? (Meaning: a plugin that can take the Zuki shortcodes into it so that I can use them right off the bat?)

            Many thanks!
            Christod

             
            • Marc (Support-Team) 4:58 pm on January 11, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

              Hi Christod,

              please understand that we cannot provide help for unsupported plugins in the forum. The plugin’s authors or users of the general WordPress support forums should be able to help.

              Unfortunately there is no such plugin which could provide Zuki’s shortcodes with a graphical user interface. Please don’t be scared of code. Code can be quite complex and difficult to read and write, but WordPress’ shortcodes are easy to use.

              As explained on Zuki’s shortcode page you can simply wrap your content around keywords, written in square brackets, and WordPress will do the rest. Just play around with these codes by copying and pasting them into your editor, even though I recommend switching to the text editor first.

              Best,
              Marc

          • christos 1:43 am on January 4, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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              Zuki: menu item in bold 

              Hello and Happy New Year everyone!

              Quick Q: I am working with Zuki and I was wondering if there is a way to keep a sidebar menu item highlighted in bold, while a visitor is on that page.

              E.g.

              Breakfast
              Lunch (this is what I am looking at now)
              Dinner

              Many thanks!

              Christos

               

               

               
              • Marc (Support-Team) 4:14 pm on January 4, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

                Hi Christos,

                the following additional CSS code should do just this:

                .widget_nav_menu .current-menu-item {
                	font-weight: bold;
                }
                

                Best,
                Marc

              • christos 7:04 pm on January 4, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

                Hi Marc!
                Thanks for this!
                Another (newbie) question: do I add this piece of code “as is” into: Appearance / Customize / Additional CSS ?

                Christos

              • christos 8:13 pm on January 4, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

                Hi again,
                I tried it and it works.

                However: I have two kinds of sidebar menu items: pages and categories. The code above works with pages but it doesn’t work with categories.

                Is there a “bold highlight” code-fix for sidebar menu items that are categories?

                Many thanks
                Christos

            • christos 7:48 pm on November 25, 2016 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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                ZUKI: replicate front page layout in other category-pages 

                Hi!

                I am working on ZUKI; and my coding ability is next to… zero. :)

                I have arranged the sidebar menu in a way that each menu item points to a category (as opposed to a page). So, when someone clicks on a sidebar menu item named after e.g. “news” then this action takes him/her to a category-page that contains posts published under the “news” category.

                In the aforementioned category-page named after “news” the posts appear as full width, in chronological order, one after the other, until the bottom of the page.

                I would like to change this post-after-post layout to the “front page” layout, where I can have a grid of 4, 8 or 12 posts neatly arranged in boxes under a given category.

                Is this possible?

                Many thanks!

                Christos

                 
                • Marc (Support-Team) 7:42 am on November 28, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

                  Hi Christos,

                  with additional CSS code you can style your archive pages to display the posts in columns. Please understand, that we cannot provide help for individual customizations in the forum.

                  Most browsers provide a tool to inspect the used CSS code of elements. Simply right click on an element and select “Inspect Element”, “Element Information” or else and the tool will open. It shows the used CSS and how to address the elements in custom code.

                  The following code can be a start:

                  .archive .site-content .post {
                  	width: 29%;
                  	float: left;
                  	margin-right: 6.5%;
                  	clear: none;
                  }
                  .archive .site-content .post:nth-child(3n+1) {
                      margin-right: 0;
                  }
                  

                  Best,
                  Marc

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