Support » Plugin: Genesis Featured Widget Amplified » Blog images and post headers messed up after plugin update

  • Resolved vaishy67


    My blog headers and the images on my Recipe Index page are showing up incorrectly after the recent update of the Genesis Featured Widget Amplified plugin. The widget is set up to show four images in each row, but instead it now shows one very blurry image in each row.
    Following the update, the post headers on the home page are also showing up in an incorrect font and color and are underlined. It appears the plugin may have changed something about the CSS styling and it is not responding to the existing settings.
    Please help.

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  • Plugin Author Nick the Geek


    @vaishy67 I’m sorry you are having trouble with this. The thread is a duplicate of

    I checked your site and I noticed it is using the Foodie theme. I’ve seen this reported with the Foodie theme a few times. The odd part is this plugin doesn’t officially support the HTML5 themes. I’ve attempted to identify any HTML changes in the widget output but have failed to do so.

    The image is outputting as the “full size image” so I suspect the image setting has been changed/lost. That can be fixed by editing the widget setting, but I do not believe it will fix the alignment issue.

    I’ve asked this before because it seems as though the plugin was using a custom version that supported HTML5. Do you remember where it was installed from or if it may have been customized?

    Plugin Author Nick the Geek


    @vaishy67 ok, I was able to narrow this down.

    The Genesis Featured Widget Amplified plugin did not change it’s markup or output. However, it did change the timing and manner in which the Widget was registered.

    With GFWA 0.8.2 and older the widget registered late enough that the Foodie Pro – Featured Post widget was loaded in place of the GFWA widget.

    Since the GFWA widget does not support HTML5 themes like Foodie and since it was not actually loading output, my recommendation is to deactivate the Genesis Featured Widget Amplified plugin in favor of the Foodie Pro – Featured Posts widget built into the theme.

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