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  • Resolved natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)


    Is there anyway to view the blog posts differently? I.E side by side in columns rather then huge posts in one big column?

    Also, the Author on each post is displaying in CAPITALS and it’s rather unnecessary. This isn’t how I’ve inputted my name and it’s not how it shows up anywhere else. Is there a way to prevent this forced uppercase?

    Thank you

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  • Anonymous User 16453565

    (@anonymized-16453565)

    hey, @natalchoices

    To do that, go to Appearance → Customize → Additional CSS and enter the following code:

    #authors-4 ul li a strong {
        text-transform: uppercase;
    }

    Thanx.

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    Sorry that didn’t work, are sure the ul li a strong is correct?

    Thank you for a swift reply!!

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    If I remove that string then it edits the author in the about me section. I want to edit the case of the author on each post that is displayed as “By MICHAELA {date} {comments}”

    I’ve tried some variations but can’t find the one to edit this particular author case!

    Anonymous User 16453565

    (@anonymized-16453565)

    hey, @natalchoices

    To do that, go to Appearance → Customize → Additional CSS and enter the following code:

    .widget.widget_authors ul li a strong {
        text-transform: uppercase;
    }

    Thanx.

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    Hi that still only effects the “about me” widget. I want it to change it on the posts as explained above?

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    By using .author-meta-by I’m.able to adjust “By” but it won’t change the capitalisation of the author name! Please help.

    Thanks

    .author-meta a {
        text-transform: none; }

    this does it…

    if you want change style and color try this:

    .author-meta a {
        text-transform: none; 
        font-style: italic;
    	color: #958B81; }

    cheers

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by itonic.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by itonic.
    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    Legend! Thank you so much for this and the extra bit!

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    Is it easier if i start a separate topic for the layout question?

    Is there a quick fix for making the posts display differently (side by side 2 column) rather then just on top of each other?

    Hi,
    maybe someone can come up with a solution, but I guess it is not so easy to do.
    You most likely have to change the theme directly. This will cause trouble with updates etc. (possible work around would be a child theme, still the same problem if you don’t know what you are doing).

    If you have to stick to Head blog and really need the 2 column content area, I’d ask the makers if they could implement this. They made a premium plugin for things like this, lifetime license is only 59,-. Maybe they consider your request for the next update.

    You could also look for theme customisation on fiverr, where you can find that for cheap. However IMO it is better on the long run to switch to a pro-theme which offers what you seek if the head team won’t change the theme for you. Have a look around themeforest.net f.e..

    Just a few thoughts 🙂
    Regards

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    Thank you so much itonic, very helpful. I will consider your suggestions.

    Thread Starter natalchoices

    (@natalchoices)

    Just want to say another big thank you to both of you that replied. Very very much appreciated.

    You’re welcome.

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