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    sterman7
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    My site is http://marketandeconomy.com.

    On my home page you will see that the first post has an image with text wrapped around the image.  All the subsequent posts that are teasers(?) do not have text wrapping the image.  How can I make the those teaser posts on the home page have text wrapping the image.  As well, how do I change the size of the image in those same teaser posts?  Thanks for any help?

    http://marketandeconomy.com
    #36366

    Riavon
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    If you’re using the Genesis Featured Widget Amplified widget to generate the teasers, configure your settings for the image in the widget settings under the “Show Featured Image” section you see a drop down menu for sizes and a drop down menu for alignment.  Select your image size and set the alignment to “Left”.


    Twitter: @riavonentprises

    #36367

    sterman7
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    Thanks for the feedback.  But, I am not sure what you are referencing with “Genesis Featured Widget Amplified widget”  There is nothing like this in my widget selection for the Eleven40 theme.  ??

    #36376

    Riavon
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    Ok. Without being able to see the setup you have in your Dashboard that was just a guess on my part, as there are different ways to generate that content. I see you’re using the out of the box setup of Eleven40 which uses the Genesis grid to generate those content columns where your post teasers appear on your home page. I believe it will require some slight code modification to the Genesis grid loop to change

    [code] 'grid_image_class'        => 'alignnone', [/code]

    to

    [code]'grid_image_class'        => 'alignleft', [/code]

    I’ll try to research this to see if there is an easy way to explain to you how to do it, OR (hopefully) one of the Genesis coding gurus can help us.

    This plugin may be of use for this situation, as well: Genesis Grid Loop


    Twitter: @riavonentprises

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  Riavon.
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    #37029

    sterman7
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    Thanks!!

    #107159

    thewebcoach
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    Thank you!

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