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  • abreusky 3:22 am on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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      3 questions about Onigiri theme 

      Hi Elmastudio!

      I just purchased myself a copy of Onigiri theme! Yay! :)

      I’d like to ask you some things.

      1. The main menu is not showing up at the header, but on the bottom of the page. Strangely, on the live customiser it does show up on the header. I’ve read something here at the forum about the location of the menu being different from mobile to desktop “views”. I use the customiser on my 15” laptop, and then the menu is at the header. But when I’m not on customiser and I open my site (also being using a 15” laptop), the menu is at the bottom.

      2. The “About” page doesn’t have a colored background like the one on the live preview. I’m not sure if it will work for my layout, but I’d like to have the option to test a colored background for that page as well.

      3. This one is a bit tricky, I guess. I have other WordPress sites and I use a plugin called “Code Snippets” to change some things on my function.php file. One of the things I did on the other sites was to add a thumbnail to the post list panel on the admin area. I’ve added the code below (as a snippet):

      add_image_size( ‘admin-list-thumb’, 80, 80, false );

      // add featured thumbnail to admin post columns
      function wpcs_add_thumbnail_columns( $columns ) {
      $columns = array(
      ‘cb’ => ”,
      ‘title’ => ‘Title’,
      ‘featured_thumb’ => ‘Thumbnail’,
      ‘author’ => ‘Author’,
      ‘categories’ => ‘Categories’,
      ‘tags’ => ‘Tags’,
      ‘comments’ => ‘

      ‘,
      ‘date’ => ‘Date’
      );
      return $columns;
      }

      function wpcs_add_thumbnail_columns_data( $column, $post_id ) {
      switch ( $column ) {
      case ‘featured_thumb’:
      echo ‘‘;
      echo the_post_thumbnail( ‘admin-list-thumb’ );
      echo ‘
      ‘;
      break;
      }
      }

      if ( function_exists( ‘add_theme_support’ ) ) {
      add_filter( ‘manage_posts_columns’ , ‘wpcs_add_thumbnail_columns’ );
      add_action( ‘manage_posts_custom_column’ , ‘wpcs_add_thumbnail_columns_data’, 10, 2 );
      add_filter( ‘manage_pages_columns’ , ‘wpcs_add_thumbnail_columns’ );
      add_action( ‘manage_pages_custom_column’ , ‘wpcs_add_thumbnail_columns_data’, 10, 2 );
      }

      The thing is, since Onigiri use the custom post type “projects”, the thumbnails do not show up on the newly created Porfolio / All Projects list panel.

      I am a photographer and I have quite a lot of photographs, and most of them are “independent”, so, thumbnails would be convenient at the moment I need to edit each project (photo), especially when dealing with the sizes of the images (to get the best results it will be a lot of trial and error). Do you have any idea of how can I make the thumbnails appear on the projects list?

      Can you help me with these small details above?

      Thank you guys! Onigiri is such a beautiful theme. I’m happy with it! :)

       
      • Marc (Support-Team) 2:56 pm on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Hi @abreusky,

        1) this is totally normal and based on your laptop’s screen resolution. Since the controls of the customizer reduce the width for the actual page, it switches to the mobile view. To still check your changes live, you can simply click “hide controls” in the bottom left and the page will be displayed as you would see it after saving your changes.

        2) Please make sure the page you are using as about page is set to the page template “About Page”.

        3) Please ask this question again in the general WordPress forums or ask the Jetpack support for help.

        Best,
        Marc

        • abreusky 3:17 pm on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Hi @Marc,

          so, the location for the menu on desktop is at the bottom and the location for mobile is at the header? Is there a way to invert this? Any hint is welcome, I know a bit (very little) of html and css and maybe I can tweak this.

          For 3, I found the plugin “Quick Featured Images Pro” and it set up the thumbnails preview on the post list and projects as well.

          Thanks!

    • abreusky 12:48 am on January 1, 2017 Permalink | Flag unresolved

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        Suggestion: for Cocoa theme to have thumbnails when showing posts under certain categories and tags 

        Hi Elmastudio!

        First I’d like to say that I’m a great fan of your themes. I love them! I love how well designed they are. I mean designed, not just “coded”. That makes them really special.

        Now, I recently purchased myself a Cocoa theme and I’d like to give a small suggestion.

        I noticed that when you chose to display/filter posts on a certain category, you get a list of posts but there are no thumbnails.

        It would be great if we could see the thumbnails. Some blogs, like mine, for example, are very image oriented, rather than having a focus on text and stories. That’s why the thumbnails would be nice. Since Cocoa is very “bold”, I think that to have this extra feature it would make a great complement to the theme.

        That was what I was thinking about.

        I hope you guys keep up with the good work! I love your themes! :)

        Happy New Year! :D

        a.

         
        • Marc (Support-Team) 4:16 pm on January 3, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Hi @abreusky,

          thank you for mentioning this, but I’m not quite sure where exactly you are missing the featured images. Can you post a link, for example using the Cocoa Demo, to demonstrate the issue?

          As you can see here, the archive pages are displaying the featured images assigned to the posts as well.

          Best,
          Marc

          • abreusky 12:13 am on January 15, 2017 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Hi Marc!

            Yes, it’s true! I just noticed what I was doing wrong.

            Thanks!!

            best,

            a.

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