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[Resolved] display title and metadata for all type of posts

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  • Theme Author Caroline Moore

    @sixhours

    I would create a child theme and copy content.php into the child theme.

    Then change it’s filename to content-aside.php.

    Take another copy of content.php it into the child theme, and change its filename to content-gallery.php.

    Continue for all post formats.

    Then you may need to check in style.css in the section labeled Post Formats and see if any other formatted posts’ properties are set to display: none. If so, copy those sections into your child theme’s style.css and set to display: block.

    That’s working fine.

    Thanks a lot, Caroline!

    Thanks. That works well.

    I had to copy the ‘img’ folder to the child theme as well so that the sprites could display. I guess i could have changed the link to the sprites in the Post Format section of the css as well.

    Thanks again

    Theme Author Caroline Moore

    @sixhours

    Yes, or just remove the background-image declaration from your child theme’s styles altogether. You only need to copy over those CSS properties you wish to change, anything else can be removed.

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