Support » Theme: Franz Josef » Front page responsive images and entries descriptions issues

  • 9dev


    Hello. Thanks for this amazing theme, it’s fantastic.

    I’m struggling with responsive images on front page. How to make them non-responsive? I mean non adjustable to <div> dimensions?
    Just to display them in their original size.
    Which function is responsible for this? Maybe some CSS workarounds?

    Also – how can I make my entries description a little bit longer? I’ve been playing with franz_truncate_words() but nothing changed.

    Thanks in advance. 9dev

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  • Theme Author silverks


    Hi 9dev,
    Please provide the link to your site so that we can take a look.


    Thread Starter 9dev


    Hi. Thanks for the answer. Sorry, the site can’t be disclosed right now and it’s impossible to upload any image here.

    I was playing with stacks.php, I’ve all entries in col-md-12 but the images are too stretched and too big. I don’t know how to make them ‘fixed sized’.
    $image_size is responsible only for base image – it stretches anyway.

    So maybe do you know where to look up for solution?

    Thread Starter 9dev



    So the image is a way too big (I would like to have it in its original, non-stretched size) and description of entry is too short (when it’s a little bit longer than on screenshot, there’s ‘[…]’ but the maximum length is too short and not satisfying)


    Theme Author silverks


    Because you’re using a single column layout, the image has to fit the the width of the theme. Otherwise, there’ll be empty white spaces to both sides of the image, which would make it look odd.

    Here are couple suggestions:
    1. Use a bigger image, or
    2. Use 2-column layout or more for the front page posts

    As for the excerpt length, it can be changed but you’ll need a child theme to do that.

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