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  • #15402
    Sharon May
    Member

    I switched from Celestial Reloaded to Preferential. In Celestial it had nice borders around the thumbnail images in categories, blog and recent post plus, but the Preferential doesn’t have this at all. Is there anyway to have this on the Preferential please?

    #20325
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    get the styling from the theme…but, you may want to see this:
    http://demo.styledthemes.com/preferential/image-custom-styles/

    #20326
    Sharon May
    Member

    Which php files do I change please? B)

    #20327
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    To be honest, this is not a small job and really is going to take a lot of work to do this. But I’m thinking the best way is to edit the default styling of the images for the blog, recent posts, and or categories by adopting the styling from the Celestial theme and move them to the new theme, but in your own custom CSS and target the post type containers.

    Focus on the classes “post-thumbnail” and “attachment-post-thumbnail” and “wp-post-image” and “aligncenter” “alignleft” and alignright.

    The problem is that there are many kinds of images that can be used or used within a website and there are several locations of the CSS that manages styling for images.

    Don’t forget to make backups before venturing into this project, because as I said, it’s not going to be too easy.

    #20330
    Sharon May
    Member

    Think I’ll pass on that one, may be you could do it on an update pretty please :S

    #15403
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Sorry about that…but it would be a lot of work to change the theme’s image styling. Even editing the php files would also be more challenging because of how I did the blog featured image insertion…but the thing is, for different themes, images and other elements will have different styles.

    However, for images you insert yourself, you can still do a similar image style with the bordering around it with this theme with adding the following class to your tag:

    class="pref-img-border"
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