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August 28, 2020 at 1:07 pm in reply to: Online Coach – Gallery block on page has an indentation #160173
That fixed it! Thank you!!!August 27, 2020 at 2:28 pm in reply to: Online Coach – Gallery block on page has an indentation #160090
This is my third try to reply to this post…
I tried the CSS code and it affects ALL indentations, including the bullet point list. It’s not a very good solution, because it messes up the rest of the page. Here’s an example of what I mean:
Is there any way to change the code to affect ONLY the gallery block?
Regarding the issue: it has and hasn’t been resolved.
The part that’s been resolved: the pictures are now visible on the blog page.
The part that hasn’t been resolved: you’ve replaced the blog page with the “our-news” page, which shows the elementor widget with [home-posts limit=”3″]. It’s not exactly what I wanted, because that means it will always show ONLY the latest 3 posts.
I was hoping you could do something with this shortcode: [posts-grid show=”4″ cat=”1″ excerptlength=”24″] (this is what I found in the documentation). I’ve played around with it, but I would like for it to show only the latest 12 or so posts per page, and then to have a page number at the bottom of the bulk of posts (So you have page 1, 2, 3 etc.). Otherwise, when I will have 150 posts in the blog, it will be problematic (long page, bad loading time, not very pleasing to the eye etc.).
And I would have really wanted to combine that grid layout with a sidebar on the right, which shows the widgets I have no on the blog (search, categories etc.).
Is this possible to achieve?
I have sent you the e-mail with my details. Thank you!
Thank you for the answer. Unfortunately, still nothing 🙁
It is the same as before.
Thank you for the reply. I tried putting the code in Appearance > Customize > Basic > Custom CSS. It didn’t change anything. Was I supposed to put it somewhere else?
Hi again! I’m coming back with kinda the same problem (the blog posts titles use a wrong font). The CSS code you gave me worked, when on the blog page or on each individual post page. However, there is a section on the homepage, where you use an Elementor Widget thingy to show the latest three blog posts. That one does not use the font, it’s the same as before. It’s something with “Shortcode” and the only thing written in it is “[home-posts limit=”3″]”.
I though I could just add the same CSS code in Elementor, but it requires I get Elementor PRO to use the CSS option. Is there any other way to fix this? I mean, without using Elementor PRO. I’d rather not drop 50$ on it just for this.
To see what I mean, here’s my website: https://psihologalinatache.ro/
Down on homepage, the last section that appears before the footer columns.
Thank you, that fixed it!