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  • Resolved vind

    (@vind)


    Simply put, the plugin overrides the default styling of my posts, in contrast to how they are presented on the respective pages for each post. That is, the header font is changed, and line-height is nullified.

    I’m using a child theme of Twently-Twelve, but most of the CSS should be true to the parent, if I recall correctly.

    Any idea what is up with this and how to fix it?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tpg-get-posts/

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  • Plugin Author cswaim

    (@cswaim)


    The plugin defaults the header to an h2, this can be overridden with the parms. That may be the problem. Also, the plugin wraps the post in a div and that can affect how the css references a tag. But I have not seen any problems with that (yet).

    vind

    (@vind)


    Well, I’m fairly inexperienced with coding and not very much fond of it in general…so to show you what it looks like, this is the static page where my news posts show up (with altered styling). And this is one of the original posts.

    No idea where to go from here.

    Plugin Author cswaim

    (@cswaim)


    You will have to look at your theme css to format the line spacing of your posts.

    to suppress the byline show_byline=”false” and to change the title to h1 title_tag=”h1″. this is documented in the plugin documentation.

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