[resolved] Creating a homepage (3 posts)

  1. Giles Brennand
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I want to create a home page for navigation.
    I am currently testing the graphic layout. The 3D drag and drop is great.

    I don't really understand how to link my new page into wordpress. I have tried pasting the plugnedit HTML code in to a stub home page. This sort of works. See http://www.zoe.xtrain.biz

    But 1) I have ghostly grid lines 2) Some of the text alignment is lost 3) I have cropped the left side {I was testing what happened if I went outside the plugnedit red box. Now I know}

    I suspect that there is a better way of getting this code in the right place. Please advise.

    Then I'll try adding the links from the home page to other pages on my site.

    Thanks for you help. It's a great plug-in


  2. Javascript Tech LLC
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #


    The ghost grid and lines are set in your style sheet.
    We try to bybass all standard preset styles you have so it looks the same in the editor as it does in wordpress but sometimes it is not logical to do this to obscure setings.

    The ghost is located in your style.css file on line 357 which sets all boxes to have a drop shadow.

    To remove the shadows from PNE content you should be able to remove the first line ".entry-content img," and the box shadows will be removed.

    .entry-content img,
    .comment-content img,
    .widget img,
    .author-avatar img,
    img.wp-post-image {
    /* Add fancy borders to all WordPress-added images but not things like badges and icons and the like */
    border-radius: 3px;
    box-shadow: 0 1px 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2);

    The overflow is set in your style sheet on line 1422.
    The overflow hidden option should be overflow:visible
    for the clipping not to occur.

    .template-front-page .site-content, .template-front-page article {
    overflow: hidden;

    This should clear up some of your problems but its hard to some up all the layout issues in 15 minutes.

    I hope this helped.


  3. Giles Brennand
    Posted 2 years ago #

    That's very helpful.

    I am going to simplify the graphic anyway so I will try that first.

    Then look at these CSS changes as needed.

    And the overflow parameter is great to know about too

    Many thanks

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