Just FYI, I’ve created some CSS code to make thumbnails produced by the Contextual Related Posts plugin beautiful. Everything is explained in this blog article: http://kevin.deldycke.com/2012/04/beautify-contextual-related-posts-wordpress-plugin/
Thank you! I’ve blogged about this to spread the word.
I will also be implementing this style in a future version of the plugin
Thanks Ajay ! Feel free to reuse my CSS code ! If you think it makes a good addition to your plugin, then I’ll be happy to see my contribution in the core of your plugin ! 🙂
Thanks… it will. Many users prefer cleaner lists without digging into CSS code.
I currently have two styles on the charts.
One question, what happens when you have long titles? Or do you normally restrict your title length?
For long titles, I’ve just sensibly set the font size. But feel free to try the rendering of thumbnails with long titles to see what happend.
I’m probably thinking of reducing the length of the titles similar to creating an excerpt of a certain length.
The link that you provided above doesn’t work.
Can you provide a working one?
Or publish the code here please?
@007me: you have no luck. I was heavily messing with my web server this afternoon, so my website was more or less available. Please try again: things are back to normal now.
Thank You So Much! Your CSS code looks Awesome!
How can I get the style to be horizontal?
Oh, never mind. I used the styling code suggested on the WordPress support forum, found here: http://kevin.deldycke.com/2012/04/beautify-contextual-related-posts-wordpress-plugin/, and I set the options to NOT show the posts excerpts. This seems to have worked for me.
Thanks again. Great plugin!
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