picture of the message (8 posts)

  1. hesam
    Posted 8 years ago #


    I want to have picture of messages, that means a form would be added to my post panel that I can upload a picture for a message, how I may handle it/


  2. Adam Brown
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Underneath the post box, look for an "upload" form. That will do it.

  3. hesam
    Posted 8 years ago #

    no, I want to have thumb and large pictures of my posts, customized where i want them to be shown,

    and I want to have them at the top of my messages posted and shown in the front page,

    Like news agencies CMS that they have option to have both thumb and large images except the images used in the post.


  4. Adam Brown
    Posted 8 years ago #

    You want pictures of your posts, or pictures in your posts?

    I think you mean pictures in your posts. The upload form will do it. Upload an image. Then, it gives you the option of inserting a thumb, linked to a full-size image.

    If that's not what you're trying to do, then I'm confused

  5. hesam
    Posted 8 years ago #

    sorry i think you haven't got my point

    You know, I want to impute a picture to a message, that I can manage that picture anyhow I want, for example, in my template I want to have my picture at the side of my message title or anything

  6. moshu
    Posted 8 years ago #

    OK, there are no "messages" in WP. There are posts, Pages and comments.

    You want the author's picture in the post's metadata section?

  7. hesam
    Posted 8 years ago #

    by message I mean my post from post-new.php page in the admin part.

    I want to manage a picture for each post, and I cold manage it as a separated item from my content that would be possible for me to edit my front page template in the way that, some of those pictures would be at right, some at center and so.

  8. ricknoordhuizen
    Posted 7 years ago #

    you have to create classes for that in your style sheet.
    To have an image aligned to the left you define a class like for example
    .leftimg {float:left;}
    In your post you attach the class to your image within the img tag <img scr="yourfolder/yourimage.jpg" class="leftimg"> and you're done!

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