July 21, 2020 at 11:27 am #129136lindajeParticipant
I uploaded the demo data and am having a few issues.
What size of image is expected for the featured image on the posts?
I changed one image, used a 550x 400-ish image and it’s pixelated. I used a 1500x image and it doesn’t appear.
And.. where do these front page posts come from, I mean where is the control for them? I looked in the Themes, customize, HOme page sections, and these posts aren’t there. How do I control them? As in what is placed, in what order.. etc.
In addition, it appears that the option for using a previous revision is not available on these posts. Can that be restored?
The site: https://lindaerlam.com
The post I’m trying to change is ‘Ways that Make You A better Leader’. Currently, the featured image is 1560 and does not show at all.
Thank youJuly 22, 2020 at 1:48 am #129175wensolutionsKeymaster
You can upload the image of around 600X600 px and after uploading the image make sure to regenerate them by using the thumbnail regenerate plugin as mentioned below:
Regarding the post, they come from the backend.
These posts will appear in the customizer option from where you could choose the posts of your choice.
Hope this helps.
If you have any confusion further then kindly let us know.
Thank you.July 22, 2020 at 9:00 am #129215lindajeParticipant
Thankyou for the images info,
I realize posts are created and edited on the dashboard, what I need to know is how is their appearance on the front page of the website controlled? How do I move them to another location on the Front page? How do I control the order they appear in? How do I control how many appear on the page?
And, as I said, the facility to revert to a previous version has been removed on these posts. How do I access a previous version.?
Thank youJuly 23, 2020 at 2:05 am #129292wensolutionsKeymaster
The option to chose the post for a certain section is available in the customizer. If the section has the option to set the category then the post will be listed according to the published date. Hope this helps.
As for your query regarding the previous post, we are not quite clear on this. Can you please explain it with the proper screenshot so that we can help you further?
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