#122609 Lawyer Theme – Posts

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  • Joe Gorecki

    I have created my first post, and am wondering why the layout doesn’t match that of the other posts in the theme.

    Here is my post: https://wordpress-583903-1967348.cloudwaysapps.com/test-post-from-ginsler/

    Other posts can be seen here (below test posts): https://wordpress-583903-1967348.cloudwaysapps.com/news/

    Thanks

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    Joe Gorecki

    Thanks. I am a bit confused though. If my client wants to publish articles / posts to the blog page (currently title “Articles”) and have them look like the posts that came with the theme (left and right margins as you showed, etc) what is the best method to do so.

    My first attempt at making a post was to go to Posts > Add New… then add some text and feature image. Is this not the correct method? (I’ve attached screen shot showing my test post, at the top, titled “Test Post from Ginsler”.

    I don’t want my client to have to add margins in Elementor each time they make a post… it should be automatic?

     

    Joe Gorecki

    Also, can you tell me how I can control the “Recommended Posts” that are shown at the bottom of post pages? Thanks.

    Nodari Support Team

    Hi Joe

    1. I can offer offer cusotm css code to make it easy process, add this code in Appearanc > Customize > Additionall css:

    .single-post .jupiterx-post-content.clearfix {
        padding: 0px 175px 0px 175px;
    }

    when you do this you have to remove the padding from the posts that are already added

    2. Related posts are working based on the tags added in the posts, posts that have same tags are related posts:
    https://www.wpbeginner.com/glossary/tag/

    Hope this helps 🙂

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    Joe Gorecki
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    Nodari Support Team

    HI Joe

    Ok, then we can run our code only for desktop devices:

    @media only screen and (min-width: 1024px) {
    .single-post .jupiterx-post-content.clearfix {
        padding: 0px 175px 0px 175px;
    }
    }

    Regards

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    Joe Gorecki
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    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi There

    The last bit of CSS needed to replace the old one, but both were still there, I remove the old one https://take.ms/83rIT

    Please check now.

    Regards

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