Content Image Wrap on Post Archive Pages

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    petomm
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    Using the Magazine theme here. For Content Archive pages, such as blog posts, I noticed that the content wraps to the right of images. How do I set it so that the content displays below the image and does not wrap around the image on the post archive pages?

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    Susan
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    As you posted this a while back, I hope you were able to get your issue resolved. If not, please check back in here, and I will escalate for you.

    If it is resolved, please mark the thread “resolved”, and I will close it.

    Thanks!


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    petomm
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    no, I haven’t resolved this.

    #100337

    Susan
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    OK – without seeing your site, my recommendation would be to make sure that your images are at least the recommended featured image sizes.

    If you provide your site’s URL, I will take a look.

    Thanks.


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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    petomm
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    I basically would like to have the content appear below the image, instead of the content wrapping to the right of the image.

    here is the url: http://www.investucate.com/category/warren-buffett/

    #106883

    Susan
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    Featured images by default are aligned left. If you want to have text go under the featured image by default, then make sure that your featured image is the width of your content area.

    Otherwise, if you want to center your featured image, you can look at updating your functions.php file with this:

    [php]
    /**
    * Remove Image Alignment from Featured Image
    *
    */
    function be_remove_image_alignment( $attributes ) {
    $attributes['class'] = str_replace( ‘alignleft’, ‘aligncenter’, $attributes['class'] );
    return $attributes;
    }
    add_filter( ‘genesis_attr_entry-image’, ‘be_remove_image_alignment’ );
    [/php]

    As always, when making change to your functions.php file, be ready with a backup, in case you crash your site.


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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