Support » Theme: Newsup » Switch placement of “Related posts” and “comments”

  • Resolved skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)


    Need to have another arrangement otherwise my readers miss to comment the actual post if it is not in close the posting.

    As now the “related posts” container breaks up the Post from the actual comments and just look weird and no common sense.

    There is so much coding that I can’t find how to rearrange those containers and in which file

    So how do I switch place on those containers?

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

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  • Theme Author themeansar

    (@themeansar)

    Hi,

    Thanks for contacting us,

    For this please indicate screenshot image, which issue are you face

    Thanks

    Thread Starter skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)

    Need to change place of those two blocks, containers or what to call it properly

    https://varadero.skye.se/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/container-switch.png

    Thanx for a quick reply

    Theme Author themeansar

    (@themeansar)

    Hi,

    Please confirm do you want to look like this: http://prntscr.com/u905lz

    Thanks

    Thread Starter skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)

    Yes, that’s it

    Theme Author themeansar

    (@themeansar)

    Hi,

    For this you first of all create a child theme using this plugin : https://wordpress.org/plugins/orbisius-child-theme-creator/, now copy the single.php file from the Newsup theme package and paste the single.php file in child theme package, now paste the code given in the following link into the single.php,

    and add the following css code in additional css filed (Theme Dashboard >> appearance >> customize )

    .mg-featured-slider {
        margin-top: 50px;
    }

    now check your website Check

    Any confusion lets know

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by themeansar.

    thank you @themeansar for recommending our plugin 🙂

    Thread Starter skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)

    That didn’t do the trick.

    It only moved the Related post section down with 50px

    Thanx anyway for the advise on child. Wanted to customize first before I did a child-theme

    Theme Author themeansar

    (@themeansar)

    Hi,

    You can direct paste the code in single.php file in Newsup theme package, But you always have to change it when the theme is updated

    Thanks

    Thread Starter skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)

    Now you are comfusing me. First you wanted me to edit the css and now I should edit the single.php file with same lines?

    Theme Author themeansar

    (@themeansar)

    Hi,

    No need to edit single.php file just copy and paste whole link code in single.php, then add above css code in additional css filed

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by themeansar.
    Thread Starter skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)

    Now I get it. Didn’t got the link with the php code changed.

    When copied and paste in the single.php it worked. Guess how this forum displays makes things a little complicated.

    Thanx for your help, now it has switch place

    Theme Author themeansar

    (@themeansar)

    Hi,

    Glad to know it worked for you,

    We would really appreciate if you could provide us a review here:

    https://wordpress.org/support/theme/newsup/reviews/#new-post

    If you have any more questions, feel free to ask again!

    Thanks

    Hi,

    Could I also have access to the link code?
    I would like to switch the position of the “related post” and the “comment box” on my blog too.

    Please help 🙏🏼

    Thanks
    Olakunle

    Thread Starter skyestudio

    (@skyestudio)

    Hi,

    For this you first of all create a child theme using this plugin : https://wordpress.org/plugins/orbisius-child-theme-creator/, now copy the single.php file from the Newsup theme package and paste the single.php file in child theme package, now paste the code given in the this link into the single.php,

    and add the following css code in additional css filed (Theme Dashboard >> appearance >> customize )

    .mg-featured-slider {
        margin-top: 50px;
    }
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by skyestudio.
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by skyestudio.
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by skyestudio.

    Okay. I’m on it. Thank you

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