Using News Pro, I added a Featured Posts widget to the home page, and set it to show (home-bottom 150×150). But when I upload a featured image to the appropriate post, it shows up at the full width of the column, not the small 150×150 box I would expect it to. Is there a reason why?
Please post a link to your website so we can see what this looks like.
It’s not on a live server yet so I can’t give a link, but I can show what I mean. This is straight out of the box News Pro, I only installed it yesterday and haven’t made any edits to CSS or PHP yet.
The widget setting: http://imgur.com/FypEdGN
The output: http://imgur.com/nJJBUf4 (the pic extends way north of where I cropped this, showing the guy’s full face. I was expecting a 150×150 image as shown in the setting and also in the live News Pro demo.
Thanks for your assistance.
Did you have another theme previously activated on this local install?
Just the Twenty Thirteen that WP comes with, and the Genesis parent theme briefly. I also downloaded InstantWP to test there (so, completely independent of the main site) and got the same behavior.
Install the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin. Run that and let me know what happens.
Thanks! I did that and it has run successfully, but I am still seeing the same behavior.
Deactivate the InstantWP. There may be a conflict with that.
It is deactivated — here, I was able to make it a live link to show you: http://www.fangraphs.com/tht/
You code is exactly the same as the demo. So, go the Settings > Media and see if 150 x 150 is still set in there.
I think I know the issue. You’ve made a child theme of a child theme. That I believe is where you conflict is coming from.
Yes — I did. I wasn’t sure if News Pro was already a child or if i needed to do a child off of that for security. You think that was not necessary?
Nope. News “is” a child theme for the Genesis Framework.
Thank you. However, when I switch back to the regular News Pro theme (refresh and you can see), the pic moves to the left, yet is still huge.
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