Support » Theme: Ashe » Images not aligning correctly

  • Resolved soph92

    (@soph92)


    Hi! I recently tried to place a few images next to each other in a row and centered but it’s not displaying correctly on my blog.

    I checked the code in a tester and worked perfectly, but when I use it on my blog all images are displayed below each other instead, and always on the left.

    The code I’m using is this one:

    <div style="text-align: center;">
    
    <h5 style="text-align: center;">title</h5>
    
    <p><a href="#"><img  src="#" alt="#" width="100" hspace="5" height="150" class=”center”></a><a href="#"><img  src="#" alt="#" width="100" hspace="5" height="150" class=”center”><a href="#"><img  src="#" alt="#" width="100" hspace="5" height="150" class=”center”><a href="#"><img  src="#" alt="#" width="100" hspace="5" height="150" class=”center”></p>
    
    </div>

    It used to work fine on my blog back when I was using wordpress.com so I have no idea what changed… Thanks so much!

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by soph92.
    • This topic was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by soph92.
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  • Hi @soph92

    At first, thank you for your response and for choosing our theme.

    Please share the direct link to the page where the issue appears and we will check for the possible solutions.

    Kind Regards

    Hi there,

    I actually was able to fix that… My problem now is that I added some padding to the headings in the /* Custom – Theme Specific */ section of the Ashe theme stylesheet, which I needed to correctly format my posts. However, this affected the headings in the sidebar too, which I didn’t want.

    How should I go about changing the padding of the headings only in the sidebar?

    Thank you.

    Hi @soph92

    I am glad that you have managed to find out it by your self.

    Please share the direct link to the page where the issue appears and we will check for the possible solutions.

    Kind Regards

    Theme Author WP Royal

    (@wproyal)

    Hi,

    If you have any other Questions feel free to open a new Forum Support Topic and we will do our Best to help you.

    Kind Regards,
    Nick

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