Support » Theme: Education Base » Hide featured image on pages, but keep in slider

  • Resolved bhaugen

    (@bhaugen)



    Education Base has been a magnificent theme to work with for this site! Assistance with the following questions would be greatly appreciated:

    1. How can I hide the featured image on pages (ex: Athletics page), but keep the image visible in Homepage slider. The goal is to have a Gallery of photos on the Athletics page. (If there is a way to have multiple featured images on each page that appear on the Homepage that would work, too.)

    2. How can I change the default font color & size to black and 14?

    3. Is there a way to change the default hyperlink color?

    4. On the mobile site, the Featured Column color box currently does not contain all text on mobile site. Is there a way to change this so the mobile site appears correctly?

    Thank you!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Theme Author Acme Themes

    (@acmethemes)

    Hello bhaugen ,

    Thank you for your nice comment!

    Your all query can be solved by custom CSS.
    1. For hiding feature image of Athletics page, use the following custom CSS

    .page-id-283 .single-feat {
        display: none;
    }

    similarly you can hide feature image of other pages, just get page id class from body. Finding out the correct selector is most important.
    Regarding gallery image you can use WordPress default gallery or Theme Widget AT Gallery using page builder or any gallery plugin.

    2. Use the following custom CSS, you can use specific selector as you want.

    body {
        color: #000;
        font-size: 14px;
    }

    3. Default hyperlink color color is #337ab7, you can change the color code as you like

    a {
        color: #337ab7;
    }

    4.you are using custom CSS to control the Featured Column Height, that is not from theme CSS, Please remove the custom CSS

    .feature-col-item {
    	padding:10px;
    	height: 200px;
    }

    CSS can be added in Appearance => Customize => Additional CSS.
    Let is know if this solved your issue.

    Best Regards!
    Acme Themes

    Fantastic! Those suggestions worked like a charm!

    The term “Gallery” was used incorrectly on my part. Instead of a Gallery, I’d like to insert a Slider similar to the Homepage slider on the main sub-pages (ex: Athletics, Activities, Academics, Comm Ed). How do I insert such a slider? The vision is to have the slider span the width of the screen with the sidebar menu and body of the page appearing below the slider.

    Thank you!

    Hello @bhaugen,
    There are various method to add slider in the inner pages. In this theme, there is no such features. So, you can either customize the theme codes or take help from plugin. Please check the available plugin and add the slider. You can check this plugin for your help.

    Thank you

    Hi @kafleg

    Thank you for the plugin suggestion! I’m having difficulties with getting the slider in the theme header. If you have more specific directions on how to do so, I’d appreciate it.

    Otherwise, how do I add a different heading picture in each page? (Ex: Academics has picture from Shop Class, Athletics has picture of team that recently went to state tournament, etc) I currently only see the ability to have 1 header picture for all pages or to randomize the header pictures (which may or may not coincide with the page it is displayed on).

    Thank you!

    Hello @bhaugen,
    Such features are not available on the theme. So you need to customize the theme or you need to take help via plugins. Please check some plugins which may be helpful for Header Image. Please try once by using this plugin.
    This may be helpful for you.

    Thank you

    bhaugen

    (@bhaugen)

    With the change of the default link color, the Calendar widget in the footer now appears to have missing numbers (the dates on which posts were published are now the same color as the footer). Is there a way to change the link color for only the Calendar widget? It would be great to have all the calendar numbers visible to website visitors.

    Thank you!

    Theme Author Acme Themes

    (@acmethemes)

    Hello @bhaugen,

    You can use the following custom CSS, also you can change color code whatever you want.

    .calendar_wrap a {
        color: #aaa;
    }

    Best Regards!
    Acme Themes

    bhaugen

    (@bhaugen)

    Thank you, Acme Themes!

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