Post Images on Home Page

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  • #107924

    SamDaviesCoach
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    Hello,

    I have a Minimum Pro theme and would like to have my post images on the home page like this:

    How cann I do it? I don’t understand the whole php.function approach?

    Here’s my website.

    http://www.samuelthomasdaves.com
    #107925

    braddalton
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    Add the genesis grid loop

    You can change the settings in the code to display your featured images.


    #107927

    SamDaviesCoach
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    Thanks for the quick response but where do I add these codes? In the Appearence – Editor?

    #107928

    braddalton
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    No need as your theme already includes the code.

    Just need to add the grid image.

    Please see the post to see how its done.


    #107929

    SamDaviesCoach
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    I made a small change to the function php on child theme and no I’ve lost my site! I have a blank white screen with no login page. How can I correct this?!

    #107930

    braddalton
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    Upload a fresh copy of the functions.php file using FTP or File Manager in cPanel.

    If you can’t manage this, you can use the contact form on my site.


    #107931

    SamDaviesCoach
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    Ok, I’m in my file manager now. What would the next action be? http://i.imgur.com/zLz0zM3.png

    #107949

    braddalton
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    Go to wp-content > themes > minimum-pro > functions.php and remove the code you added.


    #107951

    SamDaviesCoach
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    All sorted now. Thanks again for your help. In future, if I want to edit the function php, how can I preview it or protect the original?

    #107954

    braddalton
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    Always take backup of your files and content.


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