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  • Hi there-

     

    You resolved my issue last week so speedily-thank you.

     

    Someone helped me with some CSS to make my project posts take up the full width of the screen-which I LOVE.

     

    However, this also makes the Featured Image GIGANTIC.  See example-

     

    http://elizabethgracewolf.com/project/the-cat-in-the-hat/

     

    I’d like to do away with the Featured Image at the top of Project Posts and simply insert them as media files in the body of the posts themselves.   Like this-

     

    http://elizabethgracewolf.com/project/outside-your-door-cat-in-the-hat-learning-library-2/

     

    Here’s what I’ve tried to do:

     

    1-Not use the featured image, but then there is no image on the beautiful portfolio page featuring all my posts-I want that.  See below-

     

    http://elizabethgracewolf.com

     

    2-I used Yellow Pencil to make the Image ‘HIDDEN.’  Then I moved the other elements of the pages up towards the header and it looks just as I would like.

     

    3-I slowly went through and gently adjusted each layout using the responsive tool, making sure to hit all various screen size dimensions-and for the most part it worked, but some views are coming out weird on the device, even though they look fine on the tool.  I’ve tried to re-do it several times, but I must be missing something.

     

    To make life easier-is there a CSS way I can just have no featured image on my project posts, but still have one on the profile page?  Then I won’t have to worry if my posts don’t look right on an iPhone 4 or X or whatever they make next-plus I won’t have to worry about resizing future one.

     

    Thank you thank you.

     

    I’ve attached screenshots below-

     

    1-missing title

    2-no post at all

    3-missing title

     

    etc etc.

     

    Landscape views are fine with or without tabs.

     

    Thanks again-Elizabeth

     

     

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    Hi Elizabeth,

     

    I hope you are well today and thank you for your question.

     

    To make life easier-is there a CSS way I can just have no featured image on my project posts, but still have one on the profile page?

    Yes you can achieve it by adding the following CSS code in the Custom CSS code option of your theme on the below path.

     

    Admin Area -> Appearance -> Theme Settings -> Custom Code -> CSS Code

     

    .single-fw-portfolio .sh-portfolio-single-right.col-md-8 {
        display: none;
    }

     

    Best regards,
    Shufflehound team

    Thank you so much.  Clearly, I’m a writer and not a tech wiz-but I try!

     

    It looks just as I would like.

     

    Cheers,

     

    Elizabeth

    You are always welcome here 🙂

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