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    michael espalin
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    Hello,

    On our blog, onthebanksofsaltcreek.com,

    Two things, both related to image frames:

    On the posts slider, many of the featured images only show the frame on the top and sides, there is no frame on the bottom of the image.

    When I go to the shortcodes menu and change the color and size options for the image frames, it does not make any change on the blog images.

    Can you suggest a fix?

    Thanks,
    Michael

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #23574 |

    Hi,

    Use the following in Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    Thank you,
    Denzel

    michael espalin
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    #23698 |

    ok, that worked until I noticed a new post from yesterday that shows an image frame only on 3 sides.

    On the posts slider, when the Fresh Eggs post displays the image frame is not complete. All the rest seem to be fine?

    Also, why am I not able to make changes to the size/color of image frames. When I go into shortcodes/image frame, no matter what settings I choose, it doesn’t effect the blog layout at all?

    Thank you,
    Michael

    Imran
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    #23716 |

    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for writing in!

    On the posts slider, when the Fresh Eggs post displays the image frame is not complete.

    Any new post won’t get affected by image frame shrinking. Please add the following code under your Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    why am I not able to make changes to the size/color of image frames.

    By the following code you can set any background color to your image frame. Please add the following code instead the above in order to set a different background color:

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks.

    michael espalin
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    #23717 |

    Thank you very much, that of course worked.

    Should I remove the previous code Denzel had me place in CSS for the frame re-sizing, or leave it and add this new coding?

    Why do I need to add this custom code when there are clearly options within the theme design that should be making these changes. I am grateful for your help in getting it to display correctly, but I thought the theme options should be able to make those changes without adding custom CSS.

    Michael

    Imran
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    #23736 |

    Hi Michael,

    glad that worked!

    Should I remove the previous code Denzel had me place in CSS for the frame re-sizing, or leave it and add this new coding?

    Yes, you can remove any extra codes that are repeating.

    Why do I need to add this custom code when there are clearly options within the theme design that should be making these changes. I am grateful for your help in getting it to display correctly, but I thought the theme options should be able to make those changes without adding custom CSS.

    Where you required a fix; we tried to help you to get over on that. Though, sometimes we provide the custom codes to assist.

    Thanks!

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