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  • #46280

    thecommunaltable
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    I just started with WordPress, so forgive me for knowing very little about how to work it :(

     

    Right now, when you click on my home page, it just shows thumbnails for each of my posts. Is it possible to show full-length posts instead?

     

    I’m using the Genesis Framework + Runway Theme

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    #46285

    braddalton
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    If your child themes home.php file includes a grid loop then you can do this easily.

    I don’t own that theme so its hard to find out.

    Can you paste the code from the home.php file to Pastebin or Github Gists and add a link here so i can take a loop.


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    #46287

    thecommunaltable
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    I’m sorry, I’m really new to working with WordPress, so I have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about. Would you please be a bit more descriptive? I’m so sorry :(

    #46288

    braddalton
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    Could you please email me a copy of your theme and i will install it so i can then give you the solution on how to display full posts on your home page.

    brad@wpsites.net

    I will only use the theme for support questions.

    Otherwise, the theme developer may offer support for their themes.


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    #46345

    braddalton
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    There’s different ways to do this.

    The easiest way is to redirect your home page to your blog page. Your blog page will display full posts whereas your home page is set to display posts in columns/grid.

    Otherwise you would need to modify the CSS code in your child themes style.css file.

    Unless someone else can jump in and provide an easier solution.


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