Support » Plugin: Custom Layouts - Post + Product grids made easy » Moving title above featured image

  • Resolved John

    (@dsl225)


    Hi and thanks for your work!

    I’m in discovery mode so I’m probably missing some options but didn’t find out how to:

    – bring the title above the featured image, and
    – have the image at left and excerpt at right side as in the illustration of your plugin here at header.

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  • Plugin Author Code Amp

    (@codeamp)

    Hey John

    Thanks! We’re writing the docs at the moment so I hope they will clear things up when they are ready.

    From the template tab, you have accss to a “featured media” panel – in there, you can enable the image, and move it to top/right/bottom/left.

    After this, you can click the image (which load the element tab), for additional options (this workflow needs to be refined a little).

    We don’t support adding the image in the middle yet, but at some point it will probably be added.

    What might help to get a better understanding of the options is to import the sample templates – https://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-layouts/#installation

    Check the heading “Imorting the sample templates”

    Therer are a few horizontal + vertical layout options to play with.

    Let me know how you get on.

    Best

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by Code Amp.
    Thread Starter John

    (@dsl225)

    That’s fine then.

    I found those settings for the featured image and, yes, it would be nice being able to move it below the title at some point, or move the title above the image which gives the same results.

    I completely missed those sample templates and they are indeed great, thanks!
    It’s a pity you don’t highlight more the sentence that relates to them in description as maybe most users will miss it:

    7 included presets ready for customisation (check the installation tab for how to import these)

    Great, many thanks!

    Plugin Author Code Amp

    (@codeamp)

    I’ve made the sample templates info more prominent now – thanks.

    Thread Starter John

    (@dsl225)

    Great!

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