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  • Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    hey Stephen,

    I’ve just updated my plugin, would you mind checking if the new version fixes the error?

    thanks bud!

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    Hey Pimmesz,

    There is a line in your CSS file that gives your side bar a line-height of 30 pixels, which is why your titles look so weird.

    .sidebar .widget-inner li {
    line-height: 30px;
    }

    Try adding this to your style.css

    .widget_ak_featured_post_widget li {
    line-height: 20px !important;
    margin-top: 20px;
    }

    That gives you a little bit of space between your images and the next title and makes your text a little more readable.

    There’s not really much I can tell you to do with out just suggesting custom CSS styling to your likings. Please let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll see if i can’t help.

    thanks for using my plugin 🙂

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    hey rrapa,

    the read more link would be like
    <a href="">Read More</a>

    but you would have to place the URL of the page you want it to go to inside the quotes of href=”” in that snippet above.

    Let me know if you have any troubles and I’ll try and get you set up.

    Thanks for taking the time to message me, I really need to get around to releasing the newest version of this plugin with all the neat new features, but i’m stuck for now.

    Carodani, I will make sure to class out my html for the next release, when ever that may be 🙂

    Peace!

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    Hey albionbox,

    Thanks for using AK Featured Post,

    You can open up the ak_featured_post.php in the plugin editor and find the line that says <a href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>">

    You can use ctrl+f ( or cmd+f if you’re on mac ) and copy/paste that code and simply add your class.

    <a href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>" class="ak_featured_title">

    then in your css you can ad any styles to .ak_featured_title { }

    Please let me know if you have any other questions!

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    Hey carodani,

    Thanks for using my featured post plugin 🙂 Sorry I wasn’t quick to respond but here are some ideas until my next release.

    If you were to hardcode it into the ak_featured_post.php it would go right before line 300:

    if ( $show_support_link )

    You could even just change enable the support link in the widget and change the code right there. Replace <p>Powered By AK: Featured Post</p> with your url and text and you’ll be all set.

    You could use

    Read More to link to what ever category is currently selected so you can change it willy nilly with out having to edit the hard coded code

    I’ll put this on the list of features to ad for the next release. it’s about time for version 2.0 to come to life.

    Please let me know if you have any other questions. WordPress.org doesn’t automatically update me of posts made i but i am now subscribed via email to this thread for all future responses 😀

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    Hey Son_of_the_Raven

    I just tested this on a test server with the types plugin and everything worked. Could you check to make sure you’re using the custom post type SLUG and not just the name of the CPT?

    That’s what I had to do to resolve the issue.

    Sorry it took 3 months to answer, i will get an email when you respond now though.

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    That’s a CSS style that you could include. I’d be happy to help you with the CSS if you could provide a link to your site that I could see.

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    Just wanted to let you know that this feature was added in version 1.8.

    Thanks 🙂

    Please let me know if you have any questions!

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    This has been added to the latest version of 1.8 so I am marking it as resolved 🙂

    please let me know if you have any other awesome ideas 🙂

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    Are you looking to place the image to the left of the title and the text?

    Currently you can only align it to the left of the text, but on line 283 of v1.8 there is a echo ‘
    ‘; that you could try removing so that the image doesn’t break onto a new line.

    I will look into adding some layout options for future versions like this. Thanks for the feed back

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    this has been fixed in the new 1.8 release. Please let me know if any of you have any more problems.

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    I believe this is doable… Thanks for the suggestion, I will definitely try and get this into the next release as well as it should just be a matter of ASC, DESC, and then adding RAND lol

    I’ll keep you posted!

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    I want to get my new home page launched before I release it and it’s just taking a little longer than expected. Shouldn’t be more than a couple weeks now, is there something I could help you with more immediately? You can email me at kaser [at] cssboss.com with any questions you might have.

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    that’s awesome! and a great idea, I don’t know how I never thought of that hahaha

    I’ll definitely get this up into the next version as well. Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know 🙂

    Plugin Author kaser

    (@kaser)

    hello, I have corrected this issue for the next release. Thank you for taking the time to let me know about it.

    The release is ready but I still have some prep work I need to do before I can release it so I’m not sure when that’ll be yet. hopefully not too much longer.

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