Bart van Maanen

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  • in reply to: Executive Pro portfolio achive page navigation #155362

    Bart van Maanen
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    Tried something different now. I saw one of the page titles was pretty long and I shortened it. Now the pagination shows up correctly. Still, page titles are not supposed to influence the page navigation. What do you think?

    in reply to: Executive Pro portfolio achive page navigation #155359

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    Allright, I see it. Now I’ve changed it to ‘9’ posts, which works. Yet the page navigation still shows up after 6 pages.

    in reply to: Executive Pro portfolio achive page navigation #155356

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    Hi Jeffrey,
    I already tried this, but alas. This also seems to me the settings for posts, not for a CPT like the portfolio pages.
    Nevertheless, thanks for your response!

    in reply to: Responsive header in Magazine Pro #133039

    Bart van Maanen
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    Thanks @genwrock, that’s already much better. But I would like yo have the site-title centered (like in the recent theme Remobile) and preferably in bigger font. Even if that means the header widget area has to go.

    in reply to: Responsive header in Magazine Pro #133027

    Bart van Maanen
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    Hi Susan,
    It’s not resolved yet. If I drag the browser screen to smaller size it seems to work, but not if I try the StudioPress responsive test page.

    Furthermore, the client wants to have the name centered, so probably I’ll have to unregister the header sidebar?

    Thanks for checking.

    in reply to: Genesis 2.1.0 Duplicates After Entry Widget Content #112404

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    @ SkintDad: I think it’s called somewhat different in the Metro Pro theme. Look for this section:

    //* Hooks after-entry widget area to single posts
    add_action( 'genesis_entry_footer', 'metro_after_post'  ); 
    function metro_after_post() {
    
        if ( ! is_singular( 'post' ) )
        	return;
    
        genesis_widget_area( 'after-entry', array(
    		'before' => '<div class="after-entry widget-area"><div class="wrap">',
    		'after'  => '</div></div>',
        ) );
    
    }
    in reply to: Genesis 2.1.0 Duplicates After Entry Widget Content #112399

    Bart van Maanen
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    in reply to: Genesis 2.1.0 Duplicates After Entry Widget Content #112393

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    Thanks Savvyjackie, That fix worked for Sixteen Nine (after clearing cache too).

    in reply to: Parallax Pro Theme #92792

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    I tried to add a pricing table like in the home widget to a page too. And found the same issue as RobG. Did you solve it already?

    in reply to: set image size on attachment page #86669

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    I had to comment out the following, and then it worked;

    add_filter( 'prepend_attachment', 'custom_prepend_attachment' );
    
    // * Callback for WordPress 'prepend_attachment' filter.
    // * 
    // * Change the attachment page image size to 'full'
    // * 
    // * @package WordPress
    // * @category Attachment
    // * @see wp-includes/post-template.php
    // * 
    // * @param string $attachment_content the attachment html
    // * @return string $attachment_content the attachment html
    
    function custom_prepend_attachment( $attachment_content ){
            
            // set the attachment image size to 'full'
            $attachment_content = sprintf( '<p>%s</p>', wp_get_attachment_link(0, 'full', false) );
            
            // return the attachment content
            return $attachment_content;
            
    }
    

    Is that okay?
    Can I also add some code here to prevent the image to link any further. See: http://www.thomaselshuis.nl/wpsite/portfolio/travelogue/attachment/gr-twilight-horizon/

    Thanks!

    in reply to: set image size on attachment page #86540

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    This looks like the fix I’m looking for. However, I pasted into the bottom of functions.php of the Minimum Pro theme and it disabled the whole file. Do I need to create a seperate attachment.php file to add to the Child Theme?

    Or is it something with the //* -tags

    I’m trying to use it in conjuction withe these styling options for the attachment pages:

    
    //* Customize the post info function
    add_filter( 'genesis_post_info', 'sp_post_info_filter' );
    function sp_post_info_filter($post_info) {
    if ( !is_attachment() ) {
    	$post_info = '[post_date] by [post_author_posts_link] [post_comments] [post_edit]';
    	return $post_info;
    }}
    
    //* Customize the post meta function
    add_filter( 'genesis_post_meta', 'sp_post_meta_filter' );
    function sp_post_meta_filter($post_meta) {
    if ( !is_attachment() ) {
    	$post_meta = '[post_categories before="Filed Under: "] [post_tags before="Tagged: "]';
    	return $post_meta;
    }}
    in reply to: Style attachment page? #86524

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    Since you mentioned the Gallery Caroussel, Brad. Will the images rendered behave responsive in the Minimum Pro theme?

    in reply to: Trouble with Balance portfolio #86110

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    Hi Anita, I made a supprt ticket and it’s now fixed (thanks again, Jennifer). I totally overlooked the category base feauture of WordPress SEO (in the permalink section). So thanks to you too, Bart

    in reply to: Trouble with Balance portfolio #85893

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    On both questions it’s a yes! There is a featured article widget selected and the portfolio template is selected.

    in reply to: Related images size with WooCommerce #67293

    Bart van Maanen
    Participant

    Hi David,
    Thanks for your reply. I’ve tried to scale all the images with the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin as suggested by another developer. To no effect yet. But you can change the image settings – not really buried – in Woo > Settings > Pages (with supposedly a Hard Crop).

    The Woo css is rather thick as you mentioned. Is your css trick here meant to be added to the child theme’s css?
    Thanks again.

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