A central feature of the site I’m recreating in WordPress is images of fingernails showing low B12, infection, stress… etc.
The first page I did turned out fine, and it’s stayed that way:
The second page I did doesn’t stay the same. The pictures don’t want to stay in a uniform arrangement.
I’ve been choosing left align, then in advanced setting 15 for the horizontal for the first page, and in the second page when it didn’t stay put, I tried 10 vertical and then 5 vertical.
I tried looking at the source code for the two pages, and could see differences, but I was unclear on how to make the second page display like the first. I began to redo the second page because it seemed as if the second page didn’t want to change when I put in changes.
On my last publish I got the following warnings:
Warning: array_keys() [function.array-keys]: The first argument should be an array in /home4/karen/public_html/wp-content/themes/montezuma/includes/image_meta.php on line 34
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home4/karen/public_html/wp-content/themes/montezuma/includes/image_meta.php on line 40
Please can you help me sort this out?
By the way, I’m not using Slideshow because low vitamin B12 affects mentation. Many people who visit my site have low B12. When mentation is affected it’s hard to remember things, so in Slideshow when the image and text are not together it would be very hard for someone to “get” what I’m saying because they couldn’t remember the picture while they were reading the explanation.
Maybe there’s a way to get slideshow to show the image and text at one time.
As per instructions prior to posting a new site, I’ve read the suggested things… and begun looking at more plugins. If you know a plug in that will work for my needs, PLEASE let me know.
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