Flexible Posts Widget
[resolved] only showing posts images (4 posts)

  1. mehrshadk
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Dear DaveE

    Hi. It is so fantastic to see your supportive interaction with your consumers. I think the number of solved items in your support pages is much larger than other plugins'.
    There is a question for me and your reply would make me very pleased. I'm looking for a plugin which is able to show only images of the posts. By clicking on them their specific pages open and more details would be available to the customers. Can Flexible Post Widget do it for me?


  2. DaveE
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi mehrshadk,

    Yes, with a bit of customization, you could show only the post's feature image as a link to the complete post. To do so, you'd need to setup a custom HTML template; and then in your custom template, remove line 42: <h4 class="title"><?php the_title(); ?></h4>.

    Alternatively, you could add the following code to your theme's stylesheet: .dpe-flexible-posts .title {display:none;} which would hide the display of the title, but not actually remove it. It would still appear in the HTML source code, but not show up in the browser.


  3. mehrshadk
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Dear DaveE

    I enjoy this plugin but I suggest-as a layman I am in this field- I mentioned my main purpose somewhat wrong. I'm looking for a way to represent my posts on the postpage only by their images. However, this plugin seems to work only on posts widget. I still appreciate any comment.

    Thank you again

  4. DaveE
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Yup, FPW is, by definition, a widget. To adjust how WordPress's templates display posts you'd best be served by asking your question in another forum as this forum is specific to support for FPW. You could try either the WordPress Themes & Templates forum or even the WordPress Stack Exchange site.

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