Support » Plugin: Category Posts Widget » Thumbnails background

  • Resolved avalol


    On my blog, I use this plugin to make picture (as thumbnail) appears in the sidebar.
    And with the latest update there is a weird issue :
    the picture appears with the background of the title of the widget below.

    But when I choose to show the excerpt it goes right. So maybe there is a, adjustement to show only the thumbnail, but I can’t find which line to fix…

    Thanks a lot for your help.

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  • Plugin Author Mrinal Kanti Roy


    You can show only the thumbnail perfectly, using some custom CSS. I can help, share your website URL here.

    Hi Mrinal,
    Here is the link :
    you can see (right column) on Firefox that I kinda succeed on make only the image appears by writing a little sign to make the block appears but on Chrome it’s completely broken … 🙁
    Any help would be great !

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter


    Hello avalol,
    the bug is the float:left for the img-tag: .cat-post-widget img{…float: left; ..}

    You can fix it in your CSS-code, e.g. here two proposals, take one of this:
    – override the float attribut: .cat-post-widget img { float: none; }
    – set the a-tag above the img-tag to display:table: .cat-post-widget a { display: table;}

    We have to discuss a CSS fix for the Widget. At first we check-in a fix to GitHub, after that we plan a release.
    I hope the fix will help for your problem and your website?

    Thanks for joining the Widget.

    Plugin Author Mrinal Kanti Roy


    Hi Ava,

    Thanks for the link to your website. Daniel’s suggestion is right.

    To be more specific, The following CSS will work fine:

    .cat-post-widget img, .cat-post-widget a {
    display: table !important;

    Check the screenshot, when I applied that CSS in my end. Add the CSS codes in your Theme’s Custom CSS panel.

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter


    Hello avalol,

    the solution for your problem is checkt in on GitHub and will be shiped with the next releas on

    .cat-post-item:after {
    content: “”;
    display: table;
    clear: both;

    Thanks a lot for your help ! It now works perfectly fine 🙂

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