I understand they are a blog 'post' but to me this is untidy, I would rather have just the images as they were, with no secondary page once you click on it. Any idea how to resolve this?
Is this thread different to
Andrew I swear you keep trying to catch me out dude. It's the same thread but I couldn't remember how to post in theme. Can you delete the other post please?
What you're asking for is pretty advanced and you won't be able to find an elegant solution in a support forum.
A fast solution would be to blank out the link on <a class="overlay" href="..." (i.e. replace it with <a class="overlay" href="#") but then the image would still correcpond to a blog post, the link just wouldn't navigate to it.
Thank you Daniel, where would I find the <a class="overlay" href=" on editor, to blank it out with a #?
Don't worry daniel I'll just live with it, and work around it in that case.
Following on from this on the blog posts do you know how I would take out the 'posted by', 'date' and 'filed under' ?
Or which section it would be found in editor?
Just for the sake of closure for anyone else who comes along.
I could not find the location of the <a class="overlay" href=" line in any of the files.
However, the topic of removing all the post details such as: 'posted by', 'date' and 'filed under' has been covered here in the designers support forum:
Actually, I do believe the "<a class=overlay.." is located in the loop-slider.php file.
Daniel references it in a similar topic in the designers support forum:
Hope This helps
Just use the Front Page Manger Plugin
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